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The Resource Enterprise Application Architecture with .NET Core

Enterprise Application Architecture with .NET Core

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Enterprise Application Architecture with .NET Core
Title
Enterprise Application Architecture with .NET Core
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Contributor
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Language
eng
Summary
Architect and design highly scalable, robust, clean and highly performant applications in .NET CoreAbout This Book Incorporate architectural soft-skills such as DevOps and Agile methodologies to enhance program-level objectives Gain knowledge of architectural approaches on the likes of SOA architecture and microservices to provide traceability and rationale for architectural decisions Explore a variety of practical use cases and code examples to implement the tools and techniques described in the bookWho This Book Is ForThis book is for experienced .NET developers who are aspiring to become architects of enterprise-grade applications, as well as software architects who would like to leverage .NET to create effective blueprints of applications.What You Will Learn Grasp the important aspects and best practices of application lifecycle management Leverage the popular ALM tools, application insights, and their usage to monitor performance, testability, and optimization tools in an enterprise Explore various authentication models such as social media-based authentication, 2FA and OpenID Connect, learn authorization techniques Explore Azure with various solution approaches for Microservices and Serverless architecture along with Docker containers Gain knowledge about the recent market trends and practices and how they can be achieved with .NET Core and Microsoft tools and technologiesIn DetailIf you want to design and develop enterprise applications using .NET Core as the development framework and learn about industry-wide best practices and guidelines, then this book is for you.The book starts with a brief introduction to enterprise architecture, which will help you to understand what enterprise architecture is and what the key components are. It will then teach you about the types of patterns and the principles of software development, and explain the various aspects of distributed computing to keep your applications effective and scalable. These chapters act as a catalyst to start the practical implementation, and design and develop applications using different architectural approaches, such as layered architecture, service oriented architecture, microservices and cloud-specific solutions.Gradually, you will learn about the different approaches and models of the Security framework and explore various authentication models and authorization techniques, such as social media-based authentication and safe storage using app secrets. By the end of the book, you will get to know the concepts and usage of the emerging fields, such as DevOps, BigData, architectural practices, and Artificial Intelligence.Style and approachFilled with examples and use cases, this guide takes a no-nonsense approach to show you the best tools and techniques required to become a successful software architect
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EBLCP
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Senthilvel, Ganesan
Dewey number
005.3
Index
no index present
LC call number
T55.4-60.8
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Khan, Ovais Mehboob Ahmed
  • Qureshi, Habib Ahmed
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  • Open source software
  • Microsoft .NET Core (software framework)
  • Application software
  • Application software
  • Application software
  • Open source software
Label
Enterprise Application Architecture with .NET Core
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Authors; About the Reviewer; www.PacktPub.com; Customer Feedback; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Enterprise Architecture Concepts; Why do we need Enterprise Architecture?; Definition of Enterprise Architecture; Stakeholders of Enterprise Architecture; Business benefits; Knowing the role of an architect; Role comparison between EA and SA; Degree of Comparisons; Commonly known EA Frameworks; General Purpose Frameworks; Domain Specific Frameworks; Architecture segregation; Business Architecture; Data Architecture; Application Architecture
  • Technology ArchitectureIntroduction to TOGAF; Evolution of TOGAF 9.1; Core components; Industry usage; Introduction to Zachman; Evolution; Core components; Summary; Chapter 2: Principles and Patterns; Getting started with principles and patterns; Why follow design principles?; What are design patterns?; Why use design patterns?; SOLID design principles; SRP -- Single Responsibility Principle; SRP example -- The decorator pattern; OCP -- Open Closed Principle; LSP -- Liskov Substitution Principle; ISP -- Interface Segregation Principle; DIP -- Dependency Inversion Principle; Dependency injection
  • Introducing dependency injectionKnowing about the Service Locator pattern; Dependency injection support with .NET Core; GoF design patterns; What are software design patterns?; Creational patterns; The singleton pattern; Variations on the singleton pattern; The factory method pattern; Abstract factory pattern; Builder pattern; A commentary on creational patterns; Structural patterns; Adapter pattern; Bridge pattern; Flyweight pattern; A commentary on structural patterns; Behavioral patterns; The template method pattern; The observer pattern; The chain of responsibility pattern
  • The visitor patternThe strategy pattern; The state pattern; A commentary on behavioral patterns; Summary; Chapter 3: Distributed Computing; Understanding Distributed applications; Definition; Comparison; Multiprogramming; Thread synchronization; Storage; Process; Concurrency; Parallelism; Multithreading exercise; ThreadStart; ThreadPool; Task Parallel Library (TPL); Design challenges; Transparency; Reliability; Fault tolerance; Performance; Decompose; Caching; Scalability; Scale up; Scale out; Comparing scale up with scale out; Connecting the dots; Security; Goals; Attack; Threats; Summary
  • Chapter 4: Software Development Life CycleWhat is SDLC?; Need for a process; Insight of core phases; SDLC models; The Waterfall model; Core phases; Business requirement; System analysis; System Design; Coding; Testing; Maintenance; Understanding the Spiral model; Core phases; Comparing the Waterfall model with the Spiral model; Benefits; Challenges; Usage recommendation; Agile model; Top five reasons to adopt Agile; Ambiguous requirements; Requirement changes; Big planning is not practical; Software review is better than document; Iterative incremental delivery is preferred; Industry evidence
Control code
986205080
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (552 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781786469373
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
1007810
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)986205080
Label
Enterprise Application Architecture with .NET Core
Publication
Note
Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Authors; About the Reviewer; www.PacktPub.com; Customer Feedback; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Enterprise Architecture Concepts; Why do we need Enterprise Architecture?; Definition of Enterprise Architecture; Stakeholders of Enterprise Architecture; Business benefits; Knowing the role of an architect; Role comparison between EA and SA; Degree of Comparisons; Commonly known EA Frameworks; General Purpose Frameworks; Domain Specific Frameworks; Architecture segregation; Business Architecture; Data Architecture; Application Architecture
  • Technology ArchitectureIntroduction to TOGAF; Evolution of TOGAF 9.1; Core components; Industry usage; Introduction to Zachman; Evolution; Core components; Summary; Chapter 2: Principles and Patterns; Getting started with principles and patterns; Why follow design principles?; What are design patterns?; Why use design patterns?; SOLID design principles; SRP -- Single Responsibility Principle; SRP example -- The decorator pattern; OCP -- Open Closed Principle; LSP -- Liskov Substitution Principle; ISP -- Interface Segregation Principle; DIP -- Dependency Inversion Principle; Dependency injection
  • Introducing dependency injectionKnowing about the Service Locator pattern; Dependency injection support with .NET Core; GoF design patterns; What are software design patterns?; Creational patterns; The singleton pattern; Variations on the singleton pattern; The factory method pattern; Abstract factory pattern; Builder pattern; A commentary on creational patterns; Structural patterns; Adapter pattern; Bridge pattern; Flyweight pattern; A commentary on structural patterns; Behavioral patterns; The template method pattern; The observer pattern; The chain of responsibility pattern
  • The visitor patternThe strategy pattern; The state pattern; A commentary on behavioral patterns; Summary; Chapter 3: Distributed Computing; Understanding Distributed applications; Definition; Comparison; Multiprogramming; Thread synchronization; Storage; Process; Concurrency; Parallelism; Multithreading exercise; ThreadStart; ThreadPool; Task Parallel Library (TPL); Design challenges; Transparency; Reliability; Fault tolerance; Performance; Decompose; Caching; Scalability; Scale up; Scale out; Comparing scale up with scale out; Connecting the dots; Security; Goals; Attack; Threats; Summary
  • Chapter 4: Software Development Life CycleWhat is SDLC?; Need for a process; Insight of core phases; SDLC models; The Waterfall model; Core phases; Business requirement; System analysis; System Design; Coding; Testing; Maintenance; Understanding the Spiral model; Core phases; Comparing the Waterfall model with the Spiral model; Benefits; Challenges; Usage recommendation; Agile model; Top five reasons to adopt Agile; Ambiguous requirements; Requirement changes; Big planning is not practical; Software review is better than document; Iterative incremental delivery is preferred; Industry evidence
Control code
986205080
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (552 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781786469373
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
1007810
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)986205080

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