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e-Business and Distributed Systems Handbook: Overview Module e-book

Author:

Amjad Umar

Language:

English

Category:

IT

Subcategory:

Networking & Cloud Computing

ePub size:

1800 kb

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Rating:

4.2

Publisher:

Amjadumar (March 1, 2003)

Pages:

176

ISBN:

0972741410

e-Business and Distributed Systems Handbook: Overview Module e-book

by Amjad Umar


This module explains the management and support aspects of distributed systems with special attention to e-business and security.

This module explains the management and support aspects of distributed systems with special attention to e-business and security. This is one module of an extensive handbook that systematically discusses how to translate e-business strategies to working solutions by using the latest distributed computing technologies. Chapters of this module discuss the following topics a) planning.

This is overview of an extensive handbook that systematically discusses how to translate e-business strategies to working . Похожие книги: E-Business and Distributed Systems Handbook: Applications Module.

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Director of eBusiness and Distributed Systems at Bellcore (part of the Bell Labs system, now known as Telcordia Technologies) for 10 years. e-Business and Distributed Systems Handbook, NGE Solutions (2004). Previous Books (Oldies but Goodies). Supervised large scale projects in IT Planning, enterprise architectures and integration, mobile computing, and information security. University of Michigan, University of Pennsylvania, Rutgers University, Fordham Graduate School of Business, Peking University. "Distributed Computing and Client/Server Systems", Prentice Hall, 1993. "Object-Oriented Client/Server Internet Environments" Prentice Hall, February 1997.

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Home Amjad Umar E-Business and Distributed Systems Handbook: Integration Module. Synopsis: This module explains the enterprise application integration and migration strategies, architectures and technologies. This module includes several examples and case studies to explain the key points. Chapters of this module discuss the following topics: - Overview of enterprise integration with existing (including legacy) applications.

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"This is overview of an extensive handbook that systematically discusses how to translate e-business strategies to working solutions by using the latest distributed computing technologies. This module of the handbook paints the big picture of the Next Generation Real-time Enterprises with numerous case studies to highlight the key points. "
Made-with-Love
This is a well written and very practical treatment of e-business applications. The key concepts are defined clearly and the main ideas are well illustrated through numerous diagrams, tables, and examples. The chapters are long but carry the discussion logically -- the author highlights the important points and breaks up the discussion with review questions that I found quite refreshing. The topics and tone of discussion is for practitioners but is quite suitable for independent learning or classroom teaching (the material is based on courses taught by the author.

I like the layout. First few chapters give a very clear discussion of e-business strategies and link them to real-time enterprises, eMarkets, ERPs, CRMs, ASPs, eProcurement, supply chains, portals, mobile applications, data warehouses, data mining, and all other good names we hear about. The material in first 2 chapters is compact and in my view contains more useful information than some of the books on e-business. To complete the discussion, the author devotes an excellent and practical chapter to a step-by-step planning methodology that puts all the pieces together. This is followed by a very good and quick overview chapter on IT infrastructure and its role in converting e-business strategies into reality. The concluding chapter covers state of the art, market, and practice in EB apps. Very nice.
I have read Umar's past books and am impressed by his depth and breadth of knowledge. This module and the other modules of this handbook demonstrate that he has mastered the art of presenting complex and confusing issues clearly and completely.
The price is surprisingly low for the value.
Aloo
Dr. Umar tested this module, and companion modules, in a class of his which I took in graduate school. While I was a professional student familiar with most of the topics at some level, I noticed he did an excellent job of providing a structured overview of the middleware technology landscape in the Middleware module. In particular, I liked the fact that he went beyond descriptions of systems and services to also look at practical issues like tradeoffs among different middleware technologies relative to specific types of applications. Also, the writing and visual style is at a pleasant enough level that you don't get lost in the complexities associated with all technologies. If you're new to the middleware area, and desire an initial broad brush overview, I highly recommend this module, especially given its reasonable price. Once you're done with it, you can confidently venture to other more detailed (and expensive) texts to investigate a specific topic, without losing the topic's context in the general scheme of things.
Dozilkree
This paperback is just great! Umar gives a very practical yet thorough discussion of component-based architectures. The material is especially useful for IT managers and students in IS/IT. I really like Umar's style of defining terms and establishing a framework for discussion before discussing a topic. I wish other authors would do something similar. He uses the same style in all modules of this handbook. Every time I thought that the discussion was getting dry and an example could be useful here, guess what, an example appeared. The numerous diagrams and sidebars significantly add to the learning experience.

Even while discussing intricate topics, author's sense of humor shows (the discussion of good versus bad architectures is an example). The topics are well chosen and covered. The first chapter defines and explains different types of solution architectures, especially component-based architectures. The second chapter takes a closer look at business components and component-based architectures. I was really surprised, and delighted, to see a complete chapter on enterprise data architectures in the modern Web-XML environments. I rarely see this type of discussion in architecture books. It also shows the strength of the author in this area. The architecture implementation chapter is extremely valuable for developers because it shows several implementation examples with sample codes. The last chapter gives state of the practice, market, and art and rounds off this paperback very well. The chapters are long but they go through each topic completely -- several breakpoints divide the long chapters into digestable sections.
Highly commendable work.
Bralore
This paperback gives an excellent overview of the technical as well as strategic issues in e-business and distributed systems. It sets the stage for all other modules of the handbook (applications, architectures, integration, networks, middleware, platforms, and management)through several real life case studies and examples. The preface very nicely shows several course examples where the modules can be used and points to the instructor material that is available from the author site. The first chapter starts with a discussion of strategic issues in e-business and shows how the latest distributed computing technologies enable these strategies. The discussion of Real-Time enterprises is well placed in the discussion. The second chapter contains many case studies and examples to highlight the practical issues.
The same practical style, helped with numerous diagrams and examples continues in all modules. The modules are quite inexpensive and rich with well written content. GREAT WORK.

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