Experts from Andersen Consulting show you how to combine computing, communications, and knowledge to deliver a uniquely new-and entirely indispensable-competitive advantage. Lead, Follow, or get out of the way Your company's ability to sustain a competitive advantage is in jeopardy. Your competitors can imitate and improve faster than ever. You need to find ways to help your company discover and deliver and astounding solution, control its costs, and move on the next astounding solution. Web-based computing is the vital technology enabler for today's most important business opportunities, like E-Commerce. It is also the flexible foundation for future solutions. However, because of the complexities and difficulties it represents, it can be critical hurdle for IT shops and for an entire business. Enterprise Systems Architecture: Building Client/Server and Web-Based Systems is your guide through these complexities as you integrate your technology capabilities with your strategy, people, and processes to deliver astounding solutions. It Introduces you to basic principles and concepts, provides an overview of state-of-the-art in client/server and Web-based computing models, and develops a solid business case for implementation. Acquaints you with various technologies involved and describes a comprehensive network computing architecture. Details crucial analysis, design, and implementation issues, including design specifics for architectures, applications, and network; rollout strategies; and ongoing management of distributed operations. Explores emerging technologies and their likely impact on the future of netcentric computing. Here you'll find detailed information on the architectures and frameworks for network-based computing ... strategies for designing and implementing solutions ... strategies and methods for security. It also provides a full framework for testing applications, and in-depth discussion of transition frameworks for these environments, detailed costs and frameworks for managing the client/server environment, and much more.Exhibit 9 shows what a CAR diagram might look like for the example account selection dialog box. The window name is the label on the far left of the diagram. The diagram then shows a three-level structure chart approach going from left to anbsp;...
|Title||:||Enterprise System Architectures|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1999-09-28|