Microsoft Application Architecture Training
The class is intended to help developers and solution architects design and build effective, high quality applications using the Microsoft platform and the .NET Framework more quickly and with less risk; it provides guidance for using architecture principles, design principles, and patterns that are tried and trusted. The guidance is presented in sections that correspond to major architecture and design focus points. It is designed to be used as a reference resource or to be read from beginning to end.
What you will learn
This class helps you to:
- Understand the underlying architecture and design principles and patterns for developing successful solutions on the Microsoft platform and the .NET Framework.
- Identify appropriate strategies and design patterns that will help you design your solution's layers, components, and services.
- Identify and address the key engineering decision points for your solution.
- Identify and address the key quality attributes and crosscutting concerns for your solution.
- Create a candidate baseline architecture for your solution.
- Choose the right technologies for your solution.
- Identify patterns & practices solution assets and further guidance that will help you to implement your solution.
- This class is intended to serve as a practical and convenient overview of, and reference to, the general principles of architecture and design on the Microsoft platform and the .NET Framework. It provides a concise overview of the principles and patterns that underpin good architecture and design. It also highlights and provides recommendations for some of the most important issues you should consider.
Outline of Microsoft Application Architecture Training
Chapter 1. What is Software Architecture?
Chapter 2. Key Principles of Software Architecture
Chapter 3. Architectural Patterns and Styles
Chapter 4. A Technique for Architecture and Design
Chapter 5. Layered Application Guidelines
Chapter 6. Presentation Layer Guidelines
Chapter 7. Business Layer Guidelines
Chapter 8. Data Layer Guidelines
Chapter 9. Service Layer Guidelines
Chapter 10. Component Guidelines
Chapter 11. Designing Presentation Components
Chapter 12. Designing Business Components
Chapter 13. Designing Business Entities
Chapter 14. Designing Workflow Components
Chapter 15. Designing Data Components
Chapter 16. Quality Attributes
Chapter 17. Crosscutting Concerns
Chapter 18. Communication and Messaging
Chapter 19. Physical Tiers and Deployment
Chapter 20. Choosing an Application Type
Chapter 21. Designing Web Applications
Chapter 22. Designing Rich Client Applications
Chapter 23. Designing Rich Internet Applications
Chapter 24. Designing Mobile Applications
Chapter 25. Designing Service Applications
Chapter 26. Designing Hosted and Cloud Services
Chapter 27. Designing Office Business Applications
Chapter 28. Designing SharePoint LOB Applications
Appendix A. The Microsoft Application Platform
Appendix B. Presentation Technology Matrix
Appendix C. Data Access Technology Matrix
Appendix D. Integration Technology Matrix
Appendix E. Workflow Technology Matrix
Appendix F. patterns & practices Enterprise Library
Appendix G. patterns & practices Pattern Catalog
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