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architecturel style | introduction | software engineering |
 
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software engineering architectural styles
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software engineering architectural styles
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Types of Architectural Styles - Georgia Tech - Software Development Process
 
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architectural design | software engineering |
 
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Software Architecture | Architectural patterns | Architecture vs Design pattern
 
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Follow WebDev Cave's Facebook Page and stay updated: https://www.facebook.com/webdevcave/ In this video, I explain, in an introductory way, software architecture, how does it in the big picture, and the three important parts of it: - Architectural Patterns - Messaging - Quality attributes Also, I clarify the difference between Architecture vs Design pattern. The various architectural patterns are mentioned and briefly explained at the end of the video: - Layered Architecture/ N-tier Architectural pattern Lesson Link: https://youtu.be/BCXcIllT7Lc - Microservices Lesson Link: https://youtu.be/8BPDv038oMI - MicroKernel Architectural pattern Lesson Link: https://youtu.be/h3icQDMRLd8 - Space-based Architecture - Event-driven Architectural pattern I conclude the video with some insights and additional resources to learn more about Software Architecture and Architectural patterns. Resources: Software Architecture in Practice- 3rd Edition: http://amzn.to/2CPO1g6 Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture- Volume1: http://amzn.to/2BIgTrz References: Drawback (Bridge picture): https://ibercons.blogspot.com/2016/08/consecuencias-de-no-contratar-un.html Scaffolding picture: https://www.brogangroup.com/services/scaffolding/117/ Mason-bricks: http://wrkshp.org/24-05-13-mud-plastering-begins/img_8448/
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Architectural Styles - Georgia Tech - Software Development Process
 
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Software Engineering | C6 - L2 | Architectural design
 
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جامعة الملك خالد - عمادة التعلم الإلكتروني المقررات المفتوحة - Software Engineering EE524 Unit 6 : Design and Implementation Lecture 2 : Architectural design High-level architecture of the weather station Architecture of data collection system
1. Software Application N-tier (Layered) Architecture design pattern | Tutorial with example
 
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This video explains about the most commonly used software architecture, layered architecture which is also known as N-tire architecture. I have shown the commonly used 5 layers in most of the software application architecture in the layered architecture or N-tire architecture, but generally the layers can be selected based on the needs of the application. Presentation layer. second layer is service layer. Third layer is business logic layer. Fourth layer is, persistence layer. Fifth layer is database layer. In this layered N tire architecture, each layer performs a unique role and even the components inside these layers are also performs some unique tasks. So let's see how the each layer communicates with each other. The architecture diagram that shown in the example is a closed architecture. Here the closed indicates that the request that comes to any of application layer should go through all of the layers. Also this layered architecture provides the separation of concern. Based on the business scenario, some layers can be opened but detailed care should be taken while doing so since it may have heavy performance or security risks. Arbitrary scores are also given based on different features like development, testing, deployment, performance and agility.
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SE Architecture Design
 
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Chapter 6 of Software Engineering
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Layered/n-Tier Architectural pattern.
 
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Follow WebDev Cave's Facebook Page and stay updated: https://www.facebook.com/webdevcave/ In this video, I introduce the layered architectural pattern and talk about its characteristics. Here are the points I address in this lesson: * Refresher and detailed explanation of the architectural pattern * Big Ball of Mud anti-pattern * How does the layered architectural pattern manifest in code * Variations of the layered architecture * Pros and cons of this pattern * How to design a layered System * important considerations. This video is part of the Software Architecture Series, Software Architecture & Architectural Patterns https://youtu.be/lTkL1oIMiaU Layered Architectural Pattern: https://youtu.be/BCXcIllT7Lc Microservices Architectural Pattern: https://youtu.be/8BPDv038oMI MicroKernel Architectural Pattern: https://youtu.be/h3icQDMRLd8 Enjoy!
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Architectural Design Patterns
 
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This video talks about some common software architecture design patterns.
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Software Architecture - One Tier, Two Tier, Three Tier & N Tier Architecture
 
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Neal Ford - Evolutionary Software Architectures
 
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For many years, software architecture was described as the “parts that are hard to change later”. But software architecture is the balancing of capabilities versus constraints. If build changeability one of your prime capabilites, evolutionary change becomes easier. The microservice architectural style is quite popular, but it is only one in a family ofevolutionary architectures. This session defines the characteristics this family of architectural styles, along with engineering and DevOps practices necessary for implementation. I cover the principles behind evolutionary architectures, the practices needed for success, how organization and team structure affects these architectures, and specific engineer practices that facilitate evolutionary architectures. I also discuss migration strategies from common existing architectural types towards move evolutionary architectures.
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Difference Between Software Architecture and Software Design | Scott Duffy
 
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What is the difference between software architecture and software design? In this video, I talk about the two similar but distinct roles in a software project, and make it clear what the difference is. Please like the video, subscribe to see more, and leave a comment if there's anything I can cover in the architecture field! Check out my site at http://softwarearchitect.ca or subscribe for more videos like this! What is TOGAF 9.1? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHqN6BSygIQ A brand new course on TOGAF Standard 9.2, just released, is available here: https://www.udemy.com/togaf-part1/?couponCode=YTPROMO If you'd like to be notified when there are new courses, blog articles, news or tips relating to Microsoft Azure, I'd love to have you on my list. I promise not to email too much. You can sign up here. https://softwarearchitectca.activehosted.com/f/13 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- If you'd like to support me on Patreon, and get some sweet supporter benefits too, my page is here: https://www.patreon.com/softwarearchitect -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Software Design in One Hour (In Arabic)
 
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Given one hour to talk about software design and architecture, this is what I had to say!
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Data Flow Software Architecture - Software Engineering
 
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In this video we go over our first software system architecture: data flow. If you enjoyed the video, please subscribe to our channel!
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Software Architecture and Design - Quality Attributes Scenario
 
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A short lecture series on Software Architecture and Design. The syllabus covers architectural styles, quality attribute scenario analysis, software design metrics and software design patterns. Please subscribe.
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Basic Software Architecture Design View || Software Engineering
 
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Basic Software Architecture Design View || Software Engineering Software architecture and software design are two aspects of the same topic. Both are about how software is structured in order to perform its tasks. The term "software architecture" typically refers to the bigger structures of a software system, whereas "software design" typically refers to the smaller structures.
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Introduction to Software Architecture
 
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This lecture, recorded at the University of Colorado Boulder in September 2012, is an introduction to the major concepts of software architecture. The audience consisted of 70 seniors majoring in computer science. It is based on material taken from the book Just Enough Software Architecture. Most developers have no formal education in software architecture, yet a system's architecture has a big influence on its success. Software architecture has been intensively studied for more than twenty years now and studying it will help you do a better job of designing systems, give you names for the concepts and patterns, and help you choose between competing designs. Slides: http://georgefairbanks.com/assets/pdf/Intro-to-SA-CUBoulder-2012-09-18.pdf Book hardback: http://www.amazon.com/dp/0984618104 e-Book: http://georgefairbanks.com/e-book/ Major topics covered in this lecture include: * Architects focus on system qualities * Tradeoffs * Architecture, architecting, architects * Views * Quality attributes * Analysis * Standard notations * Guiderails * Architectural styles * Conceptual model * Engineering with models * Canonical model structure * Models and code * Process and risk The pacing of the lecture is considerably slower than when I give this lecture to industry practitioners because undergraduates need to be provided with more examples to ground the lessons. This lecture was just over 2 hours but with a different audience it would be about 75 minutes. I hope you enjoy it.
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Architectural patters for real-time systems
 
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Describes three software architectural patterns that are commonly used in real-time software systems
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Software Architecture
 
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High level software architecture design
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Four Distributed Systems Architectural Patterns by Tim Berglund
 
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Subscribe to Devoxx on YouTube @ https://bit.ly/devoxx-youtube Like Devoxx on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/devoxxcom Follow Devoxx on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/devoxx Developers and architects are increasingly called upon to solve big problems, and we are able to draw on a world-class set of open source tools with which to solve them. Problems of scale are no longer consigned to the web’s largest companies, but are increasingly a part of ordinary enterprise development. At the risk of only a little hyperbole, we are all distributed systems engineers now. In this talk, we’ll look at four distributed systems architectural patterns based on real-world systems that you can apply to solve the problems you will face in the next few years. We’ll look at the strengths and weaknesses of each architecture and develop a set of criteria for knowing when to apply each one. You will leave knowing how to work with the leading data storage, messaging, and computation tools of the day to solve the daunting problems of scale in your near future. Tim Berglund is a teacher, author, and technology leader with Confluent, where he serves as the Senior Director of Developer Experience. He can frequently be found at speaking at conferences in the United States and all over the world. He is the co-presenter of various O’Reilly training videos on topics ranging from Git to Distributed Systems, and is the author of Gradle Beyond the Basics. He tweets as @tlberglund, blogs very occasionally at http://timberglund.com, is the co-host of the http://devrelrad.io podcast, and lives in Littleton, CO, USA with the wife of his youth and their youngest child, the other two having mostly grown up.
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4+1 Architecture View Model (HINDI)
 
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Hello dosto mera naam hai shridhar mankar aur mein aap Sabka Swagat karta hu 5-minutes engineering channel pe. This channel is launched with a aim to enhance the quality of knowledge of engineering,here I am going to introduce you to every subject of computer engineering like artificial intelligence database management system software modeling and designing Software engineering and project planning data mining and warehouse data analytics Mobile communication Mobile computing Computer networks high performance computing parallel computing Operating system Software programming SPOS web technology internet of things design and analysis of algorithm
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object oriented  design |  software engineering |
 
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software engineering object oriented design
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software architecture | Difference Between Software Architecture and Software Design | hindi - Urdu
 
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HashTags: #SoftwareEngineering #SoftwareArchitecture #SoftwareDesign ✅Brief: This video will clear your concepts about what is the software architecture and what is the difference between the Software architecture and software design, most of the time people mix the concept and software architecture and software design but there is the difference between these two. I have tried my best to clear that minor difference between these two. 🚩 Lots of books are describing this topic in very good manners but sometimes you need a person to tell you how things work so it will solve this problem and video will help you in understanding. 📋This video will clear you concept on the following things: 👇 ✔️ What is Software Architecture? ✔️What is the difference between software architecture and software design? ✔️What is the use of software architecture? ✔️Who are the users of the software architecture? I am sure listening to these video lectures will help you a lot in clearing this topic. 📌Link to PDF file of these slides: https://www.dropbox.com/s/sq27wrphi6krbpt/Software%20arch..pdf?dl=0 🔔Do not forget to subscribe us if you like the videos: 🤳 https://www.youtube.com/softwareengineering?sub_confirmation=1
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Software Architecture and Design - Quality Attributes Scenario (Examples part 1)
 
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A short lecture series on Software Architecture and Design. The syllabus covers architectural styles, quality attribute scenario analysis, software design metrics and software design patterns. Please subscribe.
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architecture geners | software engineering  |
 
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software engineering architecture genres
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Architectural Styles Quiz - Georgia Tech - Software Development Process
 
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Software Architecture in Practice: Distinguish a Good Architecture
 
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Distinguish a Good Architecture is an excerpt from: Software Architecture in Practice LiveLessons (Video Training): http://www.informit.com/store/software-architecture-in-practice-livelessons-video-9780134051246?WT.mc_id=Social_YT 9+ Hours of Video Instruction Overview Software Architecture in Practice LiveLessons provides aspiring architects an overview to a broad range of methods, processes, and tools that are essential to managing the complexity of large-scale software. These LiveLessons will provide you with practical, road-tested techniques and advice to help you become a software architect. Description In this video training, we begin with an overview of software architecture-what it is, what it isn´t, what it is good for, and how you should represent it. We then look at the requirements (quality attributes) that drive architecture-things like performance, modifiability, security, and so forth. We learn how to elicit, prioritize, and characterize these quality attributes precisely and unambiguously. Then we will talk about the building-blocks of architecture: patterns and tactics. Using this knowledge we will go over a method for architecture design called ADD (Attribute Driven Design). Having designed (or inherited) an architecture, you may want to analyze it, to understand its strengths and weaknesses. To achieve this we present a method called the ATAM (Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method). Finally we finish up with some practical advice for practicing architects such as: how to blend architect activities with agile methodologies, and how to be an agent for change in an organization. Skill Level Intermediate Advanced What You Will Learn What is Software Architecture Architectural Requirements: Quality Attributes Architectural Patterns and Tactics Architecture Design Architecture Analysis Architecture in Agile Projects Who Should Take This Course Developers looking to "go to the next level" in their organization and become architects and leaders Course Requirements Basic understanding of programming and development Basic understanding of the software engineering lifecycle and project activities Lesson 1: What is Software Architecture? In this lesson you will learn how to define software architecture: what it is (and what it is not) and the implications of this definition. You will also learn the 13 ways in which software architecture is important and the rudiments of documenting an architecture in terms of architectural views. Finally, you will learn about the importance of architectural patterns and tactics, and some rules of thumb on how to distinguish a good architecture. Lesson 2: Architecture Requirements: Quality Attributes In this lesson you will learn to distinguish functionality from quality attributes, to unambiguously specify quality attribute requirements, and to recognize other important requirements that drive an architecture. Lesson 3: Gathering Architectural Requirements In this lesson you will learn about problems in eliciting actionable architectural requirements and how to remedy this problem via the Quality Attribute Workshop (QAW) and the Quality Attribute Utility Tree. Lesson 4: Architectural Patterns and Tactics In this lesson you will be given an introduction to architectural patterns and architectural tactics–the building blocks of design. In addition you will learn how tactics interact with patterns. Lesson 5: Creating the Architecture Tactics In this lesson you will learn about a method that aids in designing an architecture: the Attribute-Driven Design (ADD) method. You will be shown a model design problem that walks you through the ADD method. Lesson 6: Architecture Evaluation In this lesson you will learn about the forms of architecture evaluation and a specific architecture evaluation method: the Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method (ATAM). You will learn how to follow the steps of the ATAM and be introduced to a lightweight ATAM variant. Lesson 7: Architectures in Agile Projects In this lesson you will learn about the concepts of Agile and the relationship between agility and architecture. You will also learn some guidelines for Agile architects. Lesson 8: Epilogue This lesson provides some final conclusions and you will learn about the value of architecture and how to sell it within an organization.
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What is SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE? What does SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE mean?
 
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What is SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE? What does SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE mean? SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE meaning - SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE definition - SOFTWARE ARCHITECTURE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Software architecture refers to the fundamental structures of a software system, the discipline of creating such structures, and the documentation of these structures. These structures are needed to reason about the software system. Each structure comprises software elements, relations among them, and properties of both elements and relations, along with rationale for the introduction and configuration of each element. The architecture of a software system is a metaphor, analogous to the architecture of a building. Software architecture is about making fundamental structural choices which are costly to change once implemented. Software architecture choices, also called architectural decisions, include specific structural options from possibilities in the design of software. For example, the systems that controlled the space shuttle launch vehicle had the requirement of being very fast and very reliable. Therefore, an appropriate real-time computing language would need to be chosen. Additionally, to satisfy the need for reliability the choice could be made to have multiple redundant and independently produced copies of the program, and to run these copies on independent hardware while cross-checking results. Documenting software architecture facilitates communication between stakeholders, captures decisions about the architecture design, and allows reuse of design components between projects. Software architecture exhibits the following: Multitude of stakeholders: software systems have to cater to a variety of stakeholders such as business managers, application owners, developers, end users and infrastructure operators. These stakeholders all have their own concerns with respect to the system. Balancing these concerns and demonstrating how they are addressed is part of designing the system. This implies that architecture involves dealing with a broad variety of concerns and stakeholders, and has a multidisciplinary nature. Software architect require non-technicals skills such as communication and negotiation competencies. Separation of concerns: the established way for architects to reduce complexity is to separate the concerns that drive the design. Architecture documentation shows that all stakeholder concerns are addressed by modeling and describing the architecture from separate points of view associated with the various stakeholder concerns. These separate descriptions are called architectural views (see for example the 4+1 Architectural View Model). Quality-driven: classic software design approaches (e.g. Jackson Structured Programming) were driven by required functionality and the flow of data through the system, but the current insight is that the architecture of a software system is more closely related to its quality attributes such as fault-tolerance, backward compatibility, extensibility, reliability, maintainability, availability, security, usability, and other such –ilities. Stakeholder concerns often translate into requirements and constraints on these quality attributes, which are variously called non-functional requirements, extra-functional requirements, behavioral requirements, or quality attribute requirements. Recurring styles: like building architecture, the software architecture discipline has developed standard ways to address recurring concerns. These "standard ways" are called by various names at various levels of abstraction. Common terms for recurring solutions are architectural style, principle, tactic, reference architecture and architectural pattern. Conceptual integrity: a term introduced by Fred Brooks in The Mythical Man-Month to denote the idea that the architecture of a software system represents an overall vision of what it should do and how it should do it. This vision should be separated from its implementation. The architect assumes the role of "keeper of the vision", making sure that additions to the system are in line with the architecture, hence preserving conceptual integrity.
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Architectural Design || software engineering
 
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Event Driven Architecture
 
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See the full course: https://systemsacademy.io/courses/complex-systems-design/ Twitter: http://bit.ly/2HobMld Overview to Event Driven Architecture(EDA) in the design of complex systems Transcription: Complex systems are inherently dynamic systems, schools of fish, transportation systems, social networks and financial markets are examples of complex systems that are constantly changing, change is the norm. When systems reach this critical level of dynamism we have to change our way of modelling and designing them. It is now no-longer the static structural properties in space that define them but increasingly the systems relations in time that come to define how it functions. The appropriate systems architecture for this inherent dynamic nature to complex engineered systems is what is called event driven architecture. Event driven architecture or E.D.A. is a design pattern built around the production, detection, and reaction to events that take place in time. Information technology is key to enabling a new world of event driven architecture, when we start putting chips in all kinds of devices and objects, instrumenting our technologies and putting smart phones in the hands of many, the world around us stops being dumb and static and starts being more dynamic, adaptive, and things start happening in realtime. When the lights in my house or my garage door are instrumented with sensors and actuators, they no longer need me to turn them on. Instead they wait in what is called a restless state, listening for some event to occur and then can instantly respond. This is in contrast to many of our traditional system, where the components are constrained by some centralised coordination mechanism with information often having to be routed from the local level to a centralised control mechanism, then batch process and returned to the component to respond after some delay. the components within complex system are able to adapt locally, this means they can often act and react in realtime. Added to this is the fact that many of these complex engineered systems are loosely couples networks of unassociated components, they don’t really have any structure, sometimes they don’t even exist until some event actually happens. When I make a query on a search engine my computer might be coupling to a data centre in Texas but the next time I make the same query I might be interacting with a server in South Korea depending on the systems load balance at that instance in time the network’s structure is defined dynamically during the systems run time. An event-driven architecture consists primarily of event creators, event managers and event consumers. The event creator, which is the source of the event, only knows that the event has occurred and broadcasts a signal to indicate so. An event manager, as the name implies functions as an intermediary managing events, when the manager receives notification of an event from a creator, it may apply some rules to process the event but ultimately events are passed down stream to event consumers where a single event may initiate numerous downstream activities. Consumers are entities that need to know the event has occurred and typically subscribe to some type of event manager. So a quick example of this might be an online accommodation service, where event creators, that is property owners, broadcast the availability of their accommodation to the event manager, the online platform, which would aggregate these and event consumers, people looking for accommodation, could subscribe to the platform’s mailing list sending them notification for any new relevant listings. Twitter: http://bit.ly/2TTjlDH Facebook: http://bit.ly/2TXgrOo LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2TPqogN
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Introduction to Software Architecture
 
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Click Cc button to see subtitles in English. Next, learn about SDK (Software Development Kit) at https://youtu.be/SzJZFfKycaE
Service-Oriented Architecture
 
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See the full course: https://systemsacademy.io/courses/complex-systems-design/ Twitter: http://bit.ly/2HobMld Service Oriented Architecture or SOA for short, is an approach to distributed systems architecture that employs loosely coupled services, standard interfaces and protocols to deliver seamless cross-platform integration. It is used to integrate widely divergent components by providing them with a common interface and set of protocols for them to communicate through what is called a service bus. In this video we discuss the use of SOA as a new architecture paradigm ideally suited to the design of complex systems. Transcription: As we have discussed in previous sections the structure and make up to complex engineered systems is fundamentally different to that of our traditional engineered systems which are homogenous, well bounded, monolithic and relatively static, our complex systems are in contrary, heterogeneous, dynamics, unbounded and composed of autonomous elements. Modelling and designing these new complex engineered systems requires intern a alternative paradigm in systems architecture, our new architecture will need to be able to deal with the key features to complex engineered systems that we discussed in previous sections. Firstly it will need to be focus on services over the properties of components. It will also need to be focused upon interpretability and cross platform functionality to deal with a high level of diversity between components. So as to deal with the autonomy of the components it will need to be flexible, distributed and what we call loosely coupled. Lastly It will also need to employ a high level of abstraction to be able to deal with the overwhelming complex of these systems. Over the past few decades a new systems architecture paradigm has emerged within I.T. called Service Orientated Architecture. It is a response to having to build software adapted to distributed and heterogeneous environments that the internet has made more prevalent and thus is an architecture paradigm that fits the design of complex systems well. Service orientated architecture, S.O.A. or SOA for short, is an approach to distributed systems architecture that employs loosely coupled services, standard interfaces and protocols to deliver seamless cross platform integration. It is used to integrate widely divergent components by providing them with a common interface and set of protocols for them to communicate through what is called a service bus. Because SOA originally comes form software development lets take an example from I.T. Imagine I want to build a new web application that allows people to pay their parking tickets online. Well I could spend years developing a subsystem that functions as a street map and then another subsystem for dealing with the payments and yet other for login, user authentication and so one. Or I could simply avail of Google’s map service, a payment gateway service from Paypal and a user login service from Facebook, my job then would be to integrate these diverse service by creating some common process that guides the user though the use of these different services to deliver the desired functionality, Thus instead of building a system that was based around all my different internal components within my well bounded piece of software, my new application would instead be built with an architecture that is orientated around services, a service orientated architecture. Now lets take an example outside of I.T. to illustrate its more generic relevance. Imagine I am a coffee shop owner, my interest is in providing customers with food and beverage in a pleasant environment, in order to do this I need to bring many different things together, from coffee beens to equipment to employees and so on. I need to design some common platform for all these things to interoperate and deliver the final service. But lets think about this system within the more formal language of SOA. Firstly each component in the system is providing a service, whether it is the employee pouring the coffee or the chairs on which people sit, we as designers of the system are not interested in the internal functioning of these components, because we don’t need that information we abstract it away by encapsulating it, only the provider of the service needs to know the internal logic of the component, to us they are simply services. So when it comes to a customer paying with credit card, they simply swipe their card and input the pin number, no one in the shop understands how the transaction is actually completed, only the financial service provider has that information, for the rest of us it is abstracted away through encapsulation. Twitter: http://bit.ly/2TTjlDH Facebook: http://bit.ly/2TXgrOo LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2TPqogN
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CS-411 Software Architecture Design Lecture 01
 
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Lecture 1 (2009-06-08) Introduction to course, general history and definitions CS-411 Software Architecture Design Dr. Bedir Tekinerdoğan 2008-2009- Summer This course teaches the basic concepts, methods and techniques for designing software architectures. The topics include: rationale for software architecture design, modeling software architecture design, architectural styles/patterns, architectural requirements analysis, comparison and evaluation of architecture design methods, synthesis-based software architecture design, software product-line architectures, domain modeling, domain engineering and application engineering, software architecture implementation, evaluating software architecture designs.
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Layered Systems - Software Engineering
 
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If you liked this lecture, please subscribe to our channel to receive updates on new lessons! In our previous lecture we talked about the data flow software architecture. Click this link to watch that lecture: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7lHGWG8YLs In this lecture we discuss what the layered system architecture is and when you should use it. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CramCourse
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Mark Masse on Architectural Styles and the Design of Network-based Software
 
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At this Papers We Love LA we had Mark Masse present "Architectural Styles and the Design of Network-based Software Architectures" by Roy Fielding. This presentation focused primarily on Chapter 5, which introduces the Representational State Transfer (REST) architectural style for distributed hypermedia systems. REST API design topics are also covered in the presentation. Thanks to Riot Games for hosting this event! Bio: Mark Masse spent his early career with Disney, architecting and developing the content management system (CMS) that powers ESPN.com, ABC.com and Disney.com. In 2011, Mark architected the API management system used by Walt Disney Theme Parks and Resorts and authored the "REST API Design Rulebook" for O'Reilly. In 2014, Mark joined Riot Games as an Engineering Manager supporting a team that is dedicated to leveling up other internal teams with apps, tools, and automation. https://www.linkedin.com/in/markmasse http://www.meetup.com/Papers-We-Love-LA/events/222365009/
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CS-411 Software Architecture Design Lecture 25
 
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Lecture 25 (2009-07-20) Summary CS-411 Software Architecture Design Dr. Bedir Tekinerdoğan 2008-2009- Summer This course teaches the basic concepts, methods and techniques for designing software architectures. The topics include: rationale for software architecture design, modeling software architecture design, architectural styles/patterns, architectural requirements analysis, comparison and evaluation of architecture design methods, synthesis-based software architecture design, software product-line architectures, domain modeling, domain engineering and application engineering, software architecture implementation, evaluating software architecture designs.
Layered Architecture Design Patterns
 
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This video introduces several layered architecture design patterns. Thanks for watching! 🌎 Visit my website: http://mdfarragher.com 🎓 Enroll in my bootcamps and courses: http://mdfarragher.com/training 📞 Request a meeting: http://mdfarragher.com/schedule-complimentary-call/ 🍻 Join the C# discussion: https://www.facebook.com/groups/csharpperformancearchitects/ 👫Find me on Social Media: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markfarragher/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mdfarragher/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mdfarragher Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mdfarragher Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/csharp.architects/
Views: 282 Mark Farragher
CS-411 Software Architecture Design Lecture 22
 
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Lecture 22 (2009-07-15) Software Architecture Patterns Overview CS-411 Software Architecture Design Dr. Bedir Tekinerdoğan 2008-2009- Summer This course teaches the basic concepts, methods and techniques for designing software architectures. The topics include: rationale for software architecture design, modeling software architecture design, architectural styles/patterns, architectural requirements analysis, comparison and evaluation of architecture design methods, synthesis-based software architecture design, software product-line architectures, domain modeling, domain engineering and application engineering, software architecture implementation, evaluating software architecture designs.
Core Design Principles for Software Developers by Venkat Subramaniam
 
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Subscribe to Devoxx on YouTube @ https://bit.ly/devoxx-youtube Like Devoxx on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/devoxxcom Follow Devoxx on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/devoxx Writing code is easy. Writing good quality code is an entirely different story. How can we measure quality of design? How do we know we're doing the right set of things that will leads us to a better design? In this session we will learn about some core software design principles that help programmers everyday. Instead of talking about theory and what we could potentially do, we will take on multiple examples, discuss the solution, pros and cons, and bring out key design principles that have an impact on the outcome.
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Chapter 3  Movie 3  Software Architecture and Design  23 min  Layered and n tier
 
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Layered Architectural Style - n Tire Source: 1-MS Application Architecture Guide - Chapters 1-4 to find out more about Software Architecture 2- Collection of Related short videos from youtube
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How to Speak the Language of Application Architecture
 
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How do you begin to engineer the world's best software application? As you live in an Agile world today, how do you use architecture disciplines like Kruchten 4+1, UML, TOGAF, and Zachman? What do they mean? Where do you start? In this talk, Brad Beiermann will take you on a journey through the past, present and future disciplines of being a software architect. This talk will equip you with the concepts of continuous design, and what it means to be design driven in today's fast paced development environment. 🔗Slides: https://www.slideshare.net/BradBeiermann/the-language-of-application-architecture Talk by Brad Beiermann at the July, 17, 2018 meeting of Software Craftsmanship McHenry County. Their YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgQevmRtF0f_7d3vOVAUomw This talk is under the creative commons license. freeCodeCamp is not associated with this talk but we are excited to share it with a wider audience. -- Learn to code for free and get a developer job: https://www.freecodecamp.org Read hundreds of articles on programming: https://medium.freecodecamp.org And subscribe for new videos on technology every day: https://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=freecodecamp
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Software Architecture and Design - Introduction to Quality Attributes
 
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A short lecture series on Software Architecture and Design. The syllabus covers architectural styles, quality attribute scenario analysis, software design metrics and software design patterns. Please subscribe.
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CS-411 Software Architecture Design Lecture 02
 
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Lecture 2 (2009-06-08) Rationale for Software Architecture CS-411 Software Architecture Design Dr. Bedir Tekinerdoğan 2008-2009- Summer This course teaches the basic concepts, methods and techniques for designing software architectures. The topics include: rationale for software architecture design, modeling software architecture design, architectural styles/patterns, architectural requirements analysis, comparison and evaluation of architecture design methods, synthesis-based software architecture design, software product-line architectures, domain modeling, domain engineering and application engineering, software architecture implementation, evaluating software architecture designs.