System Architecture with XML
- Berthold Daum, Bdaum Industrial Communication, Darmstadt, Germany.
- Udo Merten, Dr. Merten + Steinke Information Management, Siegen, Germany.
Database designers, Web designers, business architects, and document designers.
- Published: June 2002
- Imprint: MORGAN KAUFMANN
- ISBN: 978-1-55860-745-3
"In a fast moving, dynamic environment like XML and system design, it is hard to keep up and understand the principles underlying the technologies. In System Architecture with XML, Daum and Merten capture the fundamentals of three fields that are shaping XML in a way provides insight critical to building effective and persistent XML based system architectures." âDave Hollander, CTO of Contivo, Inc. and cochair of the W3C XML Schema Work Group "This inspiring and lively book is a solid and practical guide for IT architects." âEfstratios Koutiris, IT Architect "System Architecture with XML covers today's most important issues in XML specifications and technology. It is a 'must read' for architects who need to integrate XML into their enterprise systems." âTom Marrs, Senior J2EE/XML Architect, Distributed Computing Solutions, Inc. "A well-researched book, from a solid real world perspective. It gives a broad overview of XML systems architecture on top of a strong foundation." âDaniel Krech, Semantic Web Developer/Architect, Redfoot.net "System Architecture with XML brings together object-oriented and relational theory with XML best practice, and it introduces a wide-ranging survey of current techniques and cutting-edge tools for XML application developers. I recommend it to anyone wanting to learn the basics and beyond about the design of XML systems." âJeni Tennison, Director, Jeni Tennison Consulting, Ltd. "The whole world is talking XML, and the ramifications of its universal adoption are only beginning to surface. Whole business models will be affected by it; whole new business interests are being pursued because of it. The software industry itself will be rocked by it more than it cares to admit. This is so because XML brings us into the promised land of componentware."âFrom the foreword by Dr. Peter Mossack, VP, Software AG.