Software Architecture Patterns

Software Architecture Patterns Librarian note As of April this book is available at no cost from O Reilly at oreilly programming frThe success of any application or system depends on the architecture pattern you use By describ

  • Title: Software Architecture Patterns
  • Author: Mark Richards
  • ISBN: 9781491924242
  • Page: 276
  • Format: ebook
  • Librarian note As of April 2015 this book is available at no cost from O Reilly at oreilly programming frThe success of any application or system depends on the architecture pattern you use By describing the overall characteristics of the architecture, these patterns not only guide designers and developers on how to design components, but also determineLibrarian note As of April 2015 this book is available at no cost from O Reilly at oreilly programming frThe success of any application or system depends on the architecture pattern you use By describing the overall characteristics of the architecture, these patterns not only guide designers and developers on how to design components, but also determine the ways in which those components should interact.This O Reilly report takes a deep dive into many common software architecture patterns Each pattern includes a full explanation of how it works, explains the pattern s benefits and considerations, and describes the circumstances and conditions it was designed to address The report also includes an analysis and scorecard for each pattern based on several architecture and software development quality attributes.Patterns include Layered architecture Event driven architecture Microkernel architecture Microservices architecture Space based architectureIn addition to these specific patterns, you ll also learn about the Architecture by Implication anti pattern and the causes and effects of not using architecture patterns.Mark Richards is an experienced software architect with significant experience and expertise in application, integration, and enterprise architecture Active in the software industry since 1983, he is the author presenter of several O Reilly books and videos, including Software Architecture Fundamentals Enterprise Messaging, Java Message Service, 2nd Edition and 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know.

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    1. Nice and quick overview of some software architecture patterns. I was particularly curious about the Microservices Architecture but since this is just some kind of high-level summary I need to dig in a little more on this one.

    2. Great introduction to and refresher to Software Architecture Patterns with good balance between text and graphics.The chapter format is perfect to assimilate and consistently good throughout the book.The "Pattern analysis" section in each chapter is immensely useful for beginners to justify usage of a pattern and make better decisions. Of course it's not an absolute truth, but it'll definitely help.I highly recommend this book to anyone writing software.

    3. Brief, but useful. Gives nice overview of several architecture patterns. In case you need deeper information about the those patterns, you'll have to find additional source of information.

    4. A short but useful summary of several software architecture patterns: Layered Architecture, Event-driven Architecture, Microkernel Architecture, Microservices Architecture, and Space-based (aka Cloud) Architecture.Each description read like a detailed blog post in depth, but it was useful having the patterns described together.

    5. It gives a very high level overview of a few types of architectural patterns. For a detailed introduction or deep dive into each pattern you will need to look out for other books.This book can get you started quickly in the direction of using some of these patterns depending on your requirements.

    6. I'm currently writing a dissertation about software architecture and i find this book a really good source of information. Its short, concise and gets straight to the point. The author did a pretty good job exposing his view of the subject and although its not an absolute truth, its a valid point of view.I recommend this book to every developer looking to start a new project.

    7. Excellent introduction. Was far more clear and the why and when to use a particular pattern and served as a far better resource than the chapter in Sommerville's Intro to Software Engineering on the subject.

    8. Overall pretty good content. The only thing that I found annoying was that author made multiple statements related to Java and you need to have Java knowledge to understand/relate to them.

    9. 5/5 Крута книжка, то більше навіть не книжка, а коротенький опис. Але мені все ясно. Рекомендую! + Була у вільному доступі

    10. I understand this is a free book, but bare in mind:- the list of architectures explained is not extensive - I can name at least a few of very-famous and very used architectures that I'd expect to find place in the book. LMAX, Share-nothing, SOA, etc- some of the explanations of the architectures are at very high level - It is a nice and handy recap for the ones you already know, but it is not easy imagining the new ones from the very abstract and high-level explanations. I think more examples an [...]

    11. This book compares two mainstream patterns with following characteristics (quote):SOA is build on the concept of share-as-much-as-possible architecture style, whereasmicroservices architecture is built on the concept of share-as-little-as-possible architecture styleI haven't enjoyed this small free-book very much. It's written in black-or-white style: there are just two patterns and there is always something how to distinguish between first and second one. It's not bad - there are good and valid [...]

    12. A short yet information-packed report on the following software architectural styles: Layered, Event-Driven, Microkernel, Microservices and Space-base (aka Cloud-based). It does what it should pretty well considering the length, but I wish it provided a bit more information (e.g. the Microservices and Event-Driven architectures sound practically the same, and two segments are even interchanged by mistake, where some considerations about the Microservices architecture are given under the chapter [...]

    13. A fantastic refresher of the major software architecture patterns every programmer worth their salt should be aware of. The diagrams are large, and clear, and the explanations and breakdowns are concise and to the point. It's not a large reference, but it's large enough to do its job admirably without you needing to research around for more information.Strongly recommend it as a refresher to any programmer.

    14. A short, straightforward introduction to several common patterns and their pluses and minuses. These are summarized in a useful table at the end. I did notice one place where text had been copied and pasted from another section and not revised, and a few sentences that were partially revised and thus didn't make complete grammatical sense, but otherwise this was a well-written and clear summary of the topic.

    15. Good overview of several patterns suitable for novices. (I consider myself one.) I did find myself thinking that none of the frameworks I am familiar with (Drupal, Symfony, Laravel, Wordpress, CakePHP) stricly follow any one of these patterns, but rather use bits of each dependent on the particular aspect of what your'e looking at.

    16. Good summary of the standard patterns. Very high level and lacks more than very basic implementation example though. Write-ups on the pros and cons are some what he helpful but usually not fully explained why something would be harder to test or develop than another pattern. At ~60 pages though there isn't room for much depth.

    17. Overall good, summary description and comparing of 5 Main architectures, weaker last chapter about spaced based architectures ie. Grid and Cloud. Lack of stuff like lambda architecture used in big data applications.

    18. Good intro to software architecture world. Wish to have more comments when to use one over another and best practices for legacy software.

    19. It provides clear and concise description and comparison of patterns. It is good if you're early developer(as I am) and have heard of various patterns.

    20. Малко buzz words, малко картинки и айде - отпечатана е книга за софтуерни архитектури.

    21. Quick but solid overview of Layered/Event-Driven/Microkernel/Microservice/Space-Based patterns, with comparative summaries.

    22. Nice and short but pretty solid overview of architectural patterns. Anyone can save this as a cheatsheet for future.

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