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Real-life MDA [[electronic resource] ] : solving business problems with model driven architecture / / Michael Guttman and John Parodi
Real-life MDA [[electronic resource] ] : solving business problems with model driven architecture / / Michael Guttman and John Parodi
Autore Guttman Michael
Edizione [1st edition]
Pubbl/distr/stampa San Francisco, CA, : Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, c2005
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (223 pages)
Disciplina 658.4/038
Altri autori (Persone) ParodiJohn
Collana The MK/OMG Press
Soggetto topico Information technology - Management
Computer software - Development
Software architecture
System design
Management information systems
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-280-74693-9
9786610746934
0-08-046835-7
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Front Cover; Title page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Introduction; Chapter 2 Compuware/State of Ohio Job and Family Services; Background; Why Ohio JFS Chose An MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve; Challenges; Expanding Goals (or Lack Thereof); How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Project Experience; Organizational Development; Ongoing and Planned Use of MDA; Chapter 3 Soluta.Net/Coopservice Case Study: Facilities Management Industry; Background; Why Coopservice Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve
ChallengesExpanding Goals; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Project Experience; Organizational Development; Results and Benefits; Client Assessment of the MDA Experience; Chapter 4 Select Business Solutions/Austrian Health Authority; Background; Why Hauptverband Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Project Experience; Results and Benefits; Client Assessment of the MDA Experience; Chapter 5 Inherit/Harris Case Study: Telecommunications Industry; Background
Why Harris Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to AchieveChallenges; Expanding Goals; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Project Experience; Results and Benefits; Ongoing and Planned Use of MDA; Chapter 6 Data Access Technologies/GSA: Executable Enterprise Architecture; Background; Why GSA Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve; Challenges; Expanding Goals; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor and Training; MDA and the Federal Government's Software Development Approach; Project Experience; Organizational Development
Results and BenefitsOngoing and Planned Use of MDA; Chapter 7 Interactive Objects/Daimler Case Study: Automotive Industry; Background; Why Daimler Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve; Expanding Goals; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Model Driven Offshoring (MDO); Project Experience; Organizational Development; Results and Benefits; Ongoing and Planned Use of MDA; Assessment of the MDA Experience; Chapter 8 Summing Up the Parts; Making the Business Case for MDA; Separation of Concerns; Traceability and Governance; Stakeholder Communication
Agile and Iterative DevelopmentThe OMG's FastStart Program; MDA FastStart Activities and Deliverables; MDA FastStart Assessment; MDA Enterprise Architecture Review; MDA Transition Plan; MDA Executive Seminars; MDA Practicum; Appendix: A (Very) Brief MDA Primer; What is MDA?; Different Strokes; Further Reading; Glossary; Index
Record Nr. UNINA-9910458606703321
Guttman Michael  
San Francisco, CA, : Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, c2005
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. Federico II
Opac: Controlla la disponibilità qui
Real-life MDA [[electronic resource] ] : solving business problems with model driven architecture / / Michael Guttman and John Parodi
Real-life MDA [[electronic resource] ] : solving business problems with model driven architecture / / Michael Guttman and John Parodi
Autore Guttman Michael
Edizione [1st edition]
Pubbl/distr/stampa San Francisco, CA, : Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, c2005
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (223 pages)
Disciplina 658.4/038
Altri autori (Persone) ParodiJohn
Collana The MK/OMG Press
Soggetto topico Information technology - Management
Computer software - Development
Software architecture
System design
Management information systems
ISBN 1-280-74693-9
9786610746934
0-08-046835-7
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Front Cover; Title page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Introduction; Chapter 2 Compuware/State of Ohio Job and Family Services; Background; Why Ohio JFS Chose An MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve; Challenges; Expanding Goals (or Lack Thereof); How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Project Experience; Organizational Development; Ongoing and Planned Use of MDA; Chapter 3 Soluta.Net/Coopservice Case Study: Facilities Management Industry; Background; Why Coopservice Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve
ChallengesExpanding Goals; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Project Experience; Organizational Development; Results and Benefits; Client Assessment of the MDA Experience; Chapter 4 Select Business Solutions/Austrian Health Authority; Background; Why Hauptverband Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Project Experience; Results and Benefits; Client Assessment of the MDA Experience; Chapter 5 Inherit/Harris Case Study: Telecommunications Industry; Background
Why Harris Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to AchieveChallenges; Expanding Goals; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Project Experience; Results and Benefits; Ongoing and Planned Use of MDA; Chapter 6 Data Access Technologies/GSA: Executable Enterprise Architecture; Background; Why GSA Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve; Challenges; Expanding Goals; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor and Training; MDA and the Federal Government's Software Development Approach; Project Experience; Organizational Development
Results and BenefitsOngoing and Planned Use of MDA; Chapter 7 Interactive Objects/Daimler Case Study: Automotive Industry; Background; Why Daimler Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve; Expanding Goals; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Model Driven Offshoring (MDO); Project Experience; Organizational Development; Results and Benefits; Ongoing and Planned Use of MDA; Assessment of the MDA Experience; Chapter 8 Summing Up the Parts; Making the Business Case for MDA; Separation of Concerns; Traceability and Governance; Stakeholder Communication
Agile and Iterative DevelopmentThe OMG's FastStart Program; MDA FastStart Activities and Deliverables; MDA FastStart Assessment; MDA Enterprise Architecture Review; MDA Transition Plan; MDA Executive Seminars; MDA Practicum; Appendix: A (Very) Brief MDA Primer; What is MDA?; Different Strokes; Further Reading; Glossary; Index
Record Nr. UNINA-9910784652303321
Guttman Michael  
San Francisco, CA, : Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, c2005
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. Federico II
Opac: Controlla la disponibilità qui
Real-life MDA [[electronic resource] ] : solving business problems with model driven architecture / / Michael Guttman and John Parodi
Real-life MDA [[electronic resource] ] : solving business problems with model driven architecture / / Michael Guttman and John Parodi
Autore Guttman Michael
Edizione [1st edition]
Pubbl/distr/stampa San Francisco, CA, : Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, c2005
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (223 pages)
Disciplina 658.4/038
Altri autori (Persone) ParodiJohn
Collana The MK/OMG Press
Soggetto topico Information technology - Management
Computer software - Development
Software architecture
System design
Management information systems
ISBN 1-280-74693-9
9786610746934
0-08-046835-7
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Front Cover; Title page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Introduction; Chapter 2 Compuware/State of Ohio Job and Family Services; Background; Why Ohio JFS Chose An MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve; Challenges; Expanding Goals (or Lack Thereof); How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Project Experience; Organizational Development; Ongoing and Planned Use of MDA; Chapter 3 Soluta.Net/Coopservice Case Study: Facilities Management Industry; Background; Why Coopservice Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve
ChallengesExpanding Goals; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Project Experience; Organizational Development; Results and Benefits; Client Assessment of the MDA Experience; Chapter 4 Select Business Solutions/Austrian Health Authority; Background; Why Hauptverband Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Project Experience; Results and Benefits; Client Assessment of the MDA Experience; Chapter 5 Inherit/Harris Case Study: Telecommunications Industry; Background
Why Harris Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to AchieveChallenges; Expanding Goals; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Project Experience; Results and Benefits; Ongoing and Planned Use of MDA; Chapter 6 Data Access Technologies/GSA: Executable Enterprise Architecture; Background; Why GSA Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve; Challenges; Expanding Goals; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor and Training; MDA and the Federal Government's Software Development Approach; Project Experience; Organizational Development
Results and BenefitsOngoing and Planned Use of MDA; Chapter 7 Interactive Objects/Daimler Case Study: Automotive Industry; Background; Why Daimler Chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve; Expanding Goals; How MDA Was Used; Process and Tools; Division of Labor; Model Driven Offshoring (MDO); Project Experience; Organizational Development; Results and Benefits; Ongoing and Planned Use of MDA; Assessment of the MDA Experience; Chapter 8 Summing Up the Parts; Making the Business Case for MDA; Separation of Concerns; Traceability and Governance; Stakeholder Communication
Agile and Iterative DevelopmentThe OMG's FastStart Program; MDA FastStart Activities and Deliverables; MDA FastStart Assessment; MDA Enterprise Architecture Review; MDA Transition Plan; MDA Executive Seminars; MDA Practicum; Appendix: A (Very) Brief MDA Primer; What is MDA?; Different Strokes; Further Reading; Glossary; Index
Record Nr. UNINA-9910822797103321
Guttman Michael  
San Francisco, CA, : Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, c2005
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. Federico II
Opac: Controlla la disponibilità qui