System Integration and Architecture 1

IT-6208 System Integration and Architecture 1
(PreLimQuiz-1&Quiz-2)

Role of systems architecture in systems integration, performance, and effectiveness. Principles and concepts of devops. Interplay between IT applications roll‐out and related organizational processes.



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The teams are put together based on the number of members needed to produce the product or complete the project.


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Are the people involved in or affected by project activities

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The architecture of a framework characterizes its elevated level structure, uncovering its gross association as an accumulation of cooperating parts.

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What is the Three Basic Organizational Structures

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Is it true or false that clarify the conduct or properties of the containing entirety.

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Is the mix of between related components to accomplish a typical goal.

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Is it true or false that distinguish a containing entire (framework), of which the thing to be clarified is a section.

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Is the mix of between related components to accomplish a typical goal.

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Repetitions of iterative development are referred to as sprints, which normally last thirty days.

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Are more complex in that they group people in two different ways: by the function they perform and by the product team they are working with.


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The advantages of this kind of structure include quick decision making because the group members are able to communicate easily with each other.

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Is it true or false that clarify the conduct or properties of the thing to be clarified as far as its role(s)or function(s) inside its containing entirety

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A variety of segments intended to achieve a specific goal as indicated by plan.

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Developers program in pairs and must write the tests for their own code.   


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In a divisional structure, the company will coordinate inter-group relationships to create a work team that can readily meet the needs of a certain customer or group of customers

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Is a framework for describing the phases involved in developing and maintaining information systems


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Is a method for understanding an element as far as its motivation, as three stages


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Components expected to demonstrate a product engineering include

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The fundamental organization of a system embodied in its components, their relationships to each other and to the environment and the principles guiding its design and evolution

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These are the formal rules an limitations that a use case operates under, and includes pre-post and invariant conditions.


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Is an interaction diagram that emphasizes the time ordering of messages


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An architectural style represents a family of related systems

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Description of the steps taken to carry out the use case

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Disadvantages of Object-Oriented approach: Requires some early elimination of technology alternatives in the absence of reliable information

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The organizational structure of a system of CSCIs, identifying its components, their interfaces and a concept of execution among them

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Model interactions among components
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Graphs of components and connectors

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The static constructs are used, together with descriptions of the dynamic behavior of the architecture to obtain the executable operational X-architecture (X = executable property)

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Conditions that must be true once the use case is run e.g. <order is modified and consistent>;

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The word  is derived from the Greek word “architecton”, which means master mason or master builder


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The computational elements and data stores of the system

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Represent the non-structural information about the parts of an architecture description

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Describes the proposed functionality of the new system

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The static representatives of the functional and physical

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Is to model the procedural flow of actions that are part of a larger activity


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The fundamental and unifying system structure defined in terms of system elements, interfaces, processes, constraints, and behaviors

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Sequence diagram to depict the workflow – as above but graphically portrayed

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Advantages of Object-Oriented approach:  Allows flexibility in the design as it evolves over time


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