Reengineering to the Web: A Reference Architecture

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Reengineering to the Web: A Reference Architecture
Reengineering existing (large-scale) applications to the web is a complex and highly challenging task. This is due to a variety of mostly demanding requirements for interactive web applications. Usually high performance is required, old interfaces still have to be supported, high availability requirements are usual, information has to be provided to multiple channels and in different formats, pages should contain individual layout across different channels, styles should be imposed over presentation, etc. To achieve these goals a variety of different technologies and concepts have to be well understood, including HTTP protocol handling, persistent stores/databases, various XML standards, authentication, session management, dynamic content creation, presentational abstractions, and flexible legacy system wrapping. In a concrete project, all these components have to be integrated properly and appropriate technologies have to be chosen. On basis of practical and theoretical experience i...
Uwe Zdun
Added 14 Jul 2010
Updated 14 Jul 2010
Type Conference
Year 2002
Where CSMR
Authors Uwe Zdun
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