Solving Business Problems with Model Driven Architecture
- Michael Guttman, Voyant Group, West Chester, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
- John Parodi, Independent Consultant, Epsom, New Hampshire, U.S.A.
The audience is technically conversant but not technically expert, including: CTO's, CIO's, & VP's of engineering, technical managers; and those that have to convince the aforementioned to try new things: software development managers, software architects, and software developers.
- Published: December 2006
- Imprint: MORGAN KAUFMANN
- ISBN: 978-0-12-370592-1
"[There is] need for this book: No one has published a similar compendium of MDA case studiesmaking a transition to new technology is not simply a technical affair, although many of us tend to overlook this point. The authors are superb writers; these are people who have seen a lot in the industry and have a gift for articulating important trends." David Frankel, consultant and author
Table of ContentsForeword
II. Case Studies (this structure repeats for each of the six case studies)
A. Why the client chose an MDA Approach and What They Hoped to Achieve
B. How MDA Was Used
1. Process and Tools
2. Actual Project Experience
3. (Optional) Organizational Development
C. Results and Benefits
D. Ongoing and Planned Use of MDA
E. Client Assessment of the MDA Experience
III. Summary and Conclusions
A. Common Factors in MDA Usage and Success
B. Who Is Likely To Benefit from MDA?
C. Selected Scenarios of MDA Uptake
D. Final Words