Solutions Architect s Handbook

Solutions Architect s Handbook

This book will show you how to create robust, scalable, highly available and fault-tolerant solutions by learning different aspects of Solution architecture and next-generation architecture design in the Cloud environment.

Author: Saurabh Shrivastava

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781838647834

Category: Computers

Page: 490

View: 645

From fundamentals and design patterns to the different strategies for creating secure and reliable architectures in AWS cloud, learn everything you need to become a successful solutions architect Key Features Create solutions and transform business requirements into technical architecture with this practical guide Understand various challenges that you might come across while refactoring or modernizing legacy applications Delve into security automation, DevOps, and validation of solution architecture Book Description Becoming a solutions architect gives you the flexibility to work with cutting-edge technologies and define product strategies. This handbook takes you through the essential concepts, design principles and patterns, architectural considerations, and all the latest technology that you need to know to become a successful solutions architect. This book starts with a quick introduction to the fundamentals of solution architecture design principles and attributes that will assist you in understanding how solution architecture benefits software projects across enterprises. You'll learn what a cloud migration and application modernization framework looks like, and will use microservices, event-driven, cache-based, and serverless patterns to design robust architectures. You'll then explore the main pillars of architecture design, including performance, scalability, cost optimization, security, operational excellence, and DevOps. Additionally, you'll also learn advanced concepts relating to big data, machine learning, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Finally, you'll get to grips with the documentation of architecture design and the soft skills that are necessary to become a better solutions architect. By the end of this book, you'll have learned techniques to create an efficient architecture design that meets your business requirements. What you will learn Explore the various roles of a solutions architect and their involvement in the enterprise landscape Approach big data processing, machine learning, and IoT from an architect's perspective and understand how they fit into modern architecture Discover different solution architecture patterns such as event-driven and microservice patterns Find ways to keep yourself updated with new technologies and enhance your skills Modernize legacy applications with the help of cloud integration Get to grips with choosing an appropriate strategy to reduce cost Who this book is for This book is for software developers, system engineers, DevOps engineers, architects, and team leaders working in the information technology industry who aspire to become solutions architect professionals. A good understanding of the software development process and general programming experience with any language will be useful.
Categories: Computers

Salesforce Architect s Handbook

Salesforce Architect s Handbook

This book takes a comprehensive look at the seven architectural domains that must be considered when architecting a Salesforce-based solution and equips you to develop the artifacts needed for an end-to-end enterprise architecture blueprint ...

Author: Dipanker Jyoti

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1484266307

Category: Computers

Page: 430

View: 157

Take a deep dive into the architectural approach, best practices, and key considerations needed to comprehend, evaluate, and design an efficient, scalable, and sustainable Salesforce-based solution. This book takes a comprehensive look at the seven architectural domains that must be considered when architecting a Salesforce-based solution and equips you to develop the artifacts needed for an end-to-end enterprise architecture blueprint for Salesforce implementation and DevOps. This must-have handbook helps Salesforce professionals implement and manage Salesforce in their organization. You will learn Salesforce architecture: solution architecture, data architecture, security architecture, integration architecture, identity and access management architecture, and strategies that can be used for Salesforce-based mobile applications. In addition to the main architecture concepts, the book also offers industry best practices and the recommended framework for approaching, managing, delivering, and continuously improving a Salesforce solution using its Salesforce Development & Deployment Lifecycle. What You Will Learn Get a detailed overview of the Salesforce multi-tenant, metadata-driven architectural framework and the under-the-hood technology stack that supports Salesforce Know the seven architecture domains, their intricacies, and the considerations needed within each when designing a Salesforce solution Have an architectural mindset and the artifacts needed to architect an end-to-end enterprise-level implementation of Salesforce Be familiar with the most common Salesforce products, licenses, AppExchange products, and the key considerations of using out-of-the-box declarative capabilities vs custom programmatic capabilities of Salesforce Understand data architecture design considerations that include data modeling in Salesforce, identifying and mitigating large data volume concerns, and the key considerations for data migration and data archiving strategies Understand security architecture considerations related to securing data within Salesforce and the various approaches to allow or restrict sharing and visibility from within Salesforce Understand integration architecture considerations that provide an overview of the integration patterns and the integrations solutions that can be used with Salesforce to connect Salesforce with a remote system hosted on-premises, on the cloud, or by third-party solution providers Understand identity and access management architectural considerations across the 9 stages of an identity and access management lifecycle Be aware of the strategies available to design mobile solutions with Salesforce and the options available for Salesforce mobile architecture Employ the principles of the DevOps & Development Lifecycle needed for an ideal state Salesforce implementation Who This Book Is For Professionals interested in implementing, optimizing, and architecting Salesforce solutions enterprise-wide; Salesforce implementation (SI) partners needing a detailed playbook for architecting and delivering successful Salesforce solutions; Salesforce admins, developers, and architects looking for a one-stop educational resource to mastering the Salesforce architect domains or those pursuing the Salesforce architecture domain certification exams, including the Salesforce Certified Technical Architect (CTA) board exam
Categories: Computers

Software Architect s Handbook

Software Architect   s Handbook

They must also look to the future to ensure that solutions are in line with both
existing needs as well as anticipated ones. In addition to high-level architecture
design documents, enterprise architects work with other architects, such as ...

Author: Joseph Ingeno

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781788627672

Category: Computers

Page: 594

View: 122

A comprehensive guide to exploring software architecture concepts and implementing best practices Key Features Enhance your skills to grow your career as a software architect Design efficient software architectures using patterns and best practices Learn how software architecture relates to an organization as well as software development methodology Book Description The Software Architect’s Handbook is a comprehensive guide to help developers, architects, and senior programmers advance their career in the software architecture domain. This book takes you through all the important concepts, right from design principles to different considerations at various stages of your career in software architecture. The book begins by covering the fundamentals, benefits, and purpose of software architecture. You will discover how software architecture relates to an organization, followed by identifying its significant quality attributes. Once you have covered the basics, you will explore design patterns, best practices, and paradigms for efficient software development. The book discusses which factors you need to consider for performance and security enhancements. You will learn to write documentation for your architectures and make appropriate decisions when considering DevOps. In addition to this, you will explore how to design legacy applications before understanding how to create software architectures that evolve as the market, business requirements, frameworks, tools, and best practices change over time. By the end of this book, you will not only have studied software architecture concepts but also built the soft skills necessary to grow in this field. What you will learn Design software architectures using patterns and best practices Explore the different considerations for designing software architecture Discover what it takes to continuously improve as a software architect Create loosely coupled systems that can support change Understand DevOps and how it affects software architecture Integrate, refactor, and re-architect legacy applications Who this book is for The Software Architect’s Handbook is for you if you are a software architect, chief technical officer (CTO), or senior developer looking to gain a firm grasp of software architecture.
Categories: Computers

The Architect s Handbook of Professional Practice

The Architect s Handbook of Professional Practice

American Institute of Architects ... Solutions. That. Provide. Mutual. Gain. By now,
allparties should well understandthe interests of the other. They will ... Nowisthe
time to put forward cogent, concrete proposals; in short, to design the solution.

Author: American Institute of Architects

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118174166

Category: Architecture

Page: 1040

View: 412

Architects must be proficient in a variety of business practices to contribute to, manage, or launch a successful firm. They are responsible for the same kind of legal, financial, marketing, management, and administrative activities as any other professional. Within these broad categories, however, there are many details, including professional standards and documents, that are unique to the profession of architecture.
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Big Data Architect s Handbook

Big Data Architect   s Handbook

He is currently working in ASIT Solutions as a solutions architect in Malaysia. He
received his master's degree from Torrens University, Australia, and bachelor of
science in computer engineering from National University of Computer and ...

Author: Syed Muhammad Fahad Akhtar

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781788836388

Category: Computers

Page: 486

View: 740

A comprehensive end-to-end guide that gives hands-on practice in big data and Artificial Intelligence Key Features Learn to build and run a big data application with sample code Explore examples to implement activities that a big data architect performs Use Machine Learning and AI for structured and unstructured data Book Description The big data architects are the “masters” of data, and hold high value in today’s market. Handling big data, be it of good or bad quality, is not an easy task. The prime job for any big data architect is to build an end-to-end big data solution that integrates data from different sources and analyzes it to find useful, hidden insights. Big Data Architect’s Handbook takes you through developing a complete, end-to-end big data pipeline, which will lay the foundation for you and provide the necessary knowledge required to be an architect in big data. Right from understanding the design considerations to implementing a solid, efficient, and scalable data pipeline, this book walks you through all the essential aspects of big data. It also gives you an overview of how you can leverage the power of various big data tools such as Apache Hadoop and ElasticSearch in order to bring them together and build an efficient big data solution. By the end of this book, you will be able to build your own design system which integrates, maintains, visualizes, and monitors your data. In addition, you will have a smooth design flow in each process, putting insights in action. What you will learn Learn Hadoop Ecosystem and Apache projects Understand, compare NoSQL database and essential software architecture Cloud infrastructure design considerations for big data Explore application scenario of big data tools for daily activities Learn to analyze and visualize results to uncover valuable insights Build and run a big data application with sample code from end to end Apply Machine Learning and AI to perform big data intelligence Practice the daily activities performed by big data architects Who this book is for Big Data Architect’s Handbook is for you if you are an aspiring data professional, developer, or IT enthusiast who aims to be an all-round architect in big data. This book is your one-stop solution to enhance your knowledge and carry out easy to complex activities required to become a big data architect.
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The Architect s Handbook of Professional Practice Update 2004

The Architect s Handbook of Professional Practice Update 2004

The American Institute of Architects Joseph A. Demkin ... Use an " Integrated "
Design Process Sustainable design is a process for seeking solutions that are
responsive to the complex interrelationships between the built environment and
the ...

Author: The American Institute of Architects

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0471485942

Category: Architecture

Page: 165

View: 236

REDEFINING THE PRACTICE OF ARCHITECTURE CLIENT • BUSINESS • DELIVERY • SERVICES This second companion volume to the Thirteenth Edition of The Architect’s Handbook of Professional Practice brings architects and others working in the architectural community up to date on the current state of the practice, from important issues affecting day-to-day operations and emerging business trends to the latest AIA contract documents. The three sections of this easy-to-use reference present accessible, field-tested knowledge on running a successful business: Practice reports–Read real-world reports from practitioners in the field, including a survey of client decision makers in the health care sector describing how these clients perceive services performed by architects. Learn from firms that are striking out in new directions by blending expanded services with core design offerings. Find out how to attract new business by making your firm more environmentally conscious, and see how the power of digital technology can transform the traditionally segmented project delivery process. Practice topics–Add practical techniques for uncovering client and user needs to your practice arsenal. Discover the distinctive aspects and challenges of small projects in small practice settings. Enhance your knowledge of managing multiple offices, keeping key staff, and maintaining the intent and quality of your project designs. Gain an understanding of expert witnesses and facility evaluation services. AIA contract documents–Find out what’s new in the AIA documents program and update your files with an accompanying CD-ROM containing all existing, revised, and new AIA contract documents.
Categories: Architecture

Architect s Handbook of Construction Project Management

Architect s Handbook of Construction Project Management

The growing acceptance that an optimum facility solution must be a by - product
of the considerations of the business operational needs ( for space ) , the users (
people ) of the facility in performing their work tasks , and the necessary support ...

Author: Michael Murray

Publisher: Riba Publications Limited

ISBN: STANFORD:36105113982388

Category: Architecture

Page: 350

View: 707

This book explains the contemporary management processes and strategies employed by practising professionals during the running of construction projects. It takes its framework from the RIBA Plan of Work and the editors have successfully used this framework to evaluate the architect's role at each stage of the construction process. The book presents construction as an interactive activity where the best skills of designers, constructors, and facility managers are employed to maximise user delight and function, and enhance the overall quality of the built environment. The editors have integrated the best expertise drawn from the academic world and have commissioned authors from many countries. Academics and practitioners have been hamessed together to produce chapters on each step in the Plan of Work: these chapters contain the very best theoretical analysis provided by the academic partner with case illustrations supplied by the practitioner. This combination of theory and practice provides ideas and applications to all steps in the architect's role.
Categories: Architecture

The Architect s Handbook of Professional Practice Tools the architect the firm

The Architect s Handbook of Professional Practice  Tools  the architect  the firm

solutions , the architect has no power - or right — to control the client ' s ultimate
choice of solutions for making a “ readily achievable " barrier - free environment .
A wise practice for architects is to consider an owner ' s budgetary concerns ...

Author: David S. Haviland

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015020390558

Category: Architectural practice

Page:

View: 406

Categories: Architectural practice

Landscape Architect s Portable Handbook

Landscape Architect s Portable Handbook

Axiom 6: The rigidity of proposed solutions increases as one moves towards the
detail scale. Conceptualization at the detail design scale typically translates into
built works, requiring great precision, manifested in construction documents.

Author: Nicholas Dines

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 9780071703901

Category: Architecture

Page: 400

View: 399

Get answers FAST with the Landscape Architect’s One-Stop,Take-It-Anywhere Guide In the office or out on the job, the Landscape Architect’s Portable Handbook puts the 20% of information you need 80% of the time at your fingertips! You get instant data for every architectural landscaping project: public and private gardens...athletic facilities...highways...urban/suburban settings...MORE! From project administration, planning, design standards and analysis to site development, construction, materials, field techniques, and common rules of thumb, hundreds of handy tables, diagrams and schematics, checklists and field guides give you the accurate how-to’s and expertise you need – ANYWHERE, ANYTIME! It packs easily in your briefcase, so you can cut down on time-consuming trips and calls between field and office, or get satisfyingly fast facts and guidelines when you’re catching up on work at home. It’s a distillation of the entire profession... and provides the perfect ASLA registration exam review. You get: * A framework for interpretation, conceptualization, evaluation, and communication at multiple scales, regardless of the type of landscape planning or design project * Standards, techniques and devices * Analysis-to-project administration guidelines and checklists * Step-by-step procedures * Mechanics and design calculations, formulas, worked examples and models * 193 clarifying illustrations -- from USDA plant hardiness zones to basic layouts and schematic diagrams...from approval processes flow charts to a CPM bar chart * 98 quick-check tables let you instantly pinpoint area space standards...tree mortality causes and remedies...recommended live loads for different decking uses and maximum decking spans...irrigation system selection criteria – and much, much more * Scores of easy-to-use, easy-to-remember rules of thumb * General unit cost factors for materials, systems, and construction * More! From the broad overall aspects of a project to the smallest detail, find the specific data you need on... Project Management; Permits; Site Selection and Clearing; Grading; Drainage; Decks; Fences; Lighting; Paving; Plants; Ponds; Pools; Retaining Walls; Billing; More
Categories: Architecture

The Architects contractors handbook and illustrated catalogue of materials and manufactures ed by J D Mathews

The Architects    contractors  handbook and illustrated catalogue of materials and manufactures  ed  by J D  Mathews

Architects' and contractors' handbook Joseph Douglas Mathews ... It consists of
some specially prepared tiles , fixed a little distance from the wall , behind which
the waterproofing solution is poured in a hot liquid state , and in cooling fixes and
 ...

Author: Architects' and contractors' handbook

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:600016212

Category:

Page:

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The Architect s Handbook

The Architect s Handbook

Starting with a stylistic bias and molding the problem to fit the designer ' s goals
rather than letting the problem focus the direction of the solution . 2 . Selectively (
and sometimes unconsciously ) considering only that information that the ...

Author: David Kent Ballast

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN: UOM:39015007160487

Category: Architectural practice

Page: 315

View: 795

Categories: Architectural practice

Architect s Handbook for Client Briefing

Architect s Handbook for Client Briefing

2 Architect Col . 3 Architect Col . 4 Quantity Surveyor Function Management
Function Design Function 1 . Contribute to meeting : note items on agenda in Col
... ( c ) try out detail planning solutions and study effect of planning and other
controls .

Author: Frank Salisbury

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: UOM:39015017751580

Category: Architecture

Page: 198

View: 302

This desk-top reference book is prepared specially to support architects and their clients when beginning work together on a building project. It sets out the essential activities and inter-relationships involving the client organization and the design team through each phase of the job.
Categories: Architecture

Architectural Handbook

Architectural Handbook

Several schemes have vitality and great possibilities if further developed and
worked out in detail . I shall not repeat the most famous experiments , since they
are discussed in books about well - known architects . The most successful
solutions ...

Author: Alfred M. Kemper

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: UOM:39015020391390

Category: Architecture

Page: 591

View: 488

Categories: Architecture

Virginia Architects Handbook

Virginia Architects Handbook

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Daleville , Virginia 24083 703 - 992 - 2330 Architectural Precast Concrete / Steel
Stud Building Panels Introducing ... 22 Adams is the leader in concrete solutions .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X002286406

Category: Architects

Page:

View: 493

Categories: Architects

The Architect s Handbook of Marble Granite and Stone

The Architect s Handbook of Marble  Granite  and Stone

Possible solutions : - Traditional application ( with mortar and closed joints ) . -
Hollow - space method ( on a grid supported by reinforced concrete ; on
anchorage systems inserted in the curtain walls ; on single metal anchors
embedded in the ...

Author: Enrico Corbella

Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company

ISBN: UOM:39015016992060

Category: Architecture

Page: 165

View: 923

Categories: Architecture

Handbook of Research on Learning Design and Learning Objects Issues Applications and Technologies

Handbook of Research on Learning Design and Learning Objects  Issues  Applications  and Technologies

The objective was to create a body of knowledge of design solutions to
reoccurring problems encountered in architectural design and to present this
knowledge in an understandable and useful form that could be used by architects
and the ...

Author: Lockyer, Lori

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781599048628

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 1018

View: 302

"This book provides an overview of current research and development activity in the area of learning designs"--Provided by publisher.
Categories: Business & Economics

The Web Architect s Handbook

The Web Architect s Handbook

( Richer solutions are also being discussed , but no final solution has yet
emerged as the clear winner . ) The underlying purpose of the web ( according to
this vision ) is to permit academic collaboration and sharing of information . Thus ,
a ...

Author: Charles Stross

Publisher: Addison-Wesley

ISBN: UOM:39015040641311

Category: Computers

Page: 289

View: 353

If you're planning to create a professional presence on the World Wide Web you need to master the tools and tactics the experts use. Treat yourself to a copy of the grand plan with The Web Architect's Handbook and find out how they do it. Basic HTML and graphics techniques will only get you part of the way; when it comes to creating a large web site, different methods are needed. The Web Architect's Handbook will provide you with an overview of web structure and show you how different types of web site have differing requirements. Along the way you will learn about maintaining large publications, creating dynamic documents, and building a site that is durable and useable.
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Architect s Handbook of Professional Practice Instructor s guide

Architect s Handbook of Professional Practice  Instructor s guide

Answers and solutions just suggest new questions and new problems . Teaching
by the Case Method Despite the tendency on the part of some , both pro and con
, to treat case teaching as though it were a religion , the method is not ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015020837095

Category: Architects

Page:

View: 779

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Handbook of Soils for Landscape Architects

Handbook of Soils for Landscape Architects

... time and may easily become contaminated (state labs make fresh solutions
frequently to avoid these problems), (c) these kits are described as useful for all
soils under all conditions (soils in Florida are completely different from those in
Iowa, ...

Author: Robert F. Keefer

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 019802830X

Category: Architecture

Page: 288

View: 156

Written in a clear, accessible style, this book covers the fundamental aspects of soil science with an emphasis on topics useful to landscape architects and professionals in related fields. The book begins with a discussion of soil surveys developed in different countries, followed by a concise description of soil components and how the interactions between air, water, and nutrients affect plant growth. It examines methods for controlling erosion, particularly in light of modern irrigation techniques. It describes the chemistry of plant growth, devotes four chapters to macro- and micro-nutrients, and features a detailed discussion of ways to diagnose and correct plant disorders. It also looks at the engineering aspects of soils and includes a detailed list of references for further information. Written by an experienced teacher with an extensive background in landscape architecture, this volume will be an invaluable source for students and researchers in architecture, horticulture, and urban planning.
Categories: Architecture