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Patterns for Performance and Operability

Building and Testing Enterprise Software

Format: Hardback
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: Auerbach Publishers Inc.
Published: 10th Jan 2008
Dimensions: w 156mm h 235mm d 23mm
Weight: 628g
ISBN-10: 1420053345
ISBN-13: 9781420053340
Barcode No: 9781420053340
Synopsis
Structured to follow the software life cycle, Patterns for Performance and Operability provides advice and examples-based instructions at every phase. You can read it from start to finish or go directly to those chapters that interest you the most. Whatever approach you choose, you will learn: How to: * Define and document comprehensive non-functional requirements for any software system * Define scope and logistics for non-functional test activities * Execute non-functional tests and report results clearly and effectively * Patterns for defensive software designs in common software scenarios that promote operability and availability * Implement the right level of reporting, monitoring, and trending for highly available production software systems Patterns for: * Software designs that support simpler and more efficient operation in a production environment * Software design that support high-performance and scalability Strategies and Techniques for: * Techniques for managing and troubleshooting during a production crisis * Strategies for resisting project pressure to compromise on quality or completeness of non-functional activities in the software cycle

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". . . written in an easy to read and logical format . . . The concepts and principles in this book will never be outdated . . . I recommend this book to anyone who has a responsibility and interest in improving the quality of enterprise software. Whether you are deploying your software internally at your own organization or externally for customers reading this book and implementing the principles (assuming this is not already being done) will undoubtedly improve the quality of your system and will lead to an improved computing experience for your end users."


- Alan Madick, in StickyMinds.com, January 2009