Software Architecture Fundamentals
This book gives you all the basic know-how you need to begin designing scalable system software architectures. It goes into detail on all the most important terms and concepts and how they relate to other IT practices.
The third edition has been updated to conform to the ISO/IEC 25010 and ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010 standards. It also puts increased emphasis on domain-driven design, and looks at contemporary architectures such as microservices.
It is based on the International Software Architecture Qualification Board’s Certified Professional for Software Architecture – Foundation Level (CPSA-F) syllabus, version 4.1.1. (July 2017).
- Software developers, engineers, and architects
Autor / Autorin
Mahbouba Gharbi is managing director and Chief Architect at ITech Progress GmbH, and chairman of the board at the International Software Architecture Qualification Board (iSAQB). She is a self-confessed software architecture enthusiast and the author of many expert articles. She is a welcome guest speaker at numerous international conferences.
Prof. Dr. Arne Koschel is a lecturer at the University of Hanover, specializing in distributed (data) systems. He has many years of industry experience planning and developing data systems. He also lectures on a range of IT topics that includes SOA, integration, middleware, EDA, and cloud computing. He is an active member of the iSAQB board.
Prof. Dr. Andreas Rausch is head of the software systems department at the Technical University of Clausthal. He is a consultant and lead software architect for a number of large-scale distributed software systems.
Dr. Gernot Starke is an innoQ Fellow and works as a consultant for methodical software architecture, technology management, and project management. He has been designing software system architectures on a variety of scales for more than 15 years.