Enterprise Application Development

Business process become more simplified than ever with an advanced technology and techniques. Software for business as an enterprise applications are complex, scalable, distributed, component-based, and mission-critical those can be deployed on a variety of platforms across corporate networks, intranets, or the Internet. They are data-centric, user-friendly, and must meet stringent requirements for security, administration, and maintenance. Developing such custom enterprise applications mean to satisfy multiple requirements to deliver the best fit solution is the mission critical and challenging.

Every development decision take for each requirement affects many other requirements, few are difficult to predict or understand, this is to be a part of business requirement analysis, where iSummation push best practice efforts to better analyze complexities to solve enterprise challenges for the solution.

The purpose is to meet specific business requirements. It encodes business policies, processes, rules, and entities, is developed in a business organization, and is deployed in a manner responsive to business needs.

To achieve reliable, intuitive and effective solution there are specific attributes.

Multi-component, A multi-user, multi-developer, multi-machine application that can manipulate massive data and utilize extensive parallel processing, complex logic, network distributed resources, deployed across multiple platforms and inter-operate with other applications.

Capable and robust enough to sustain the continuous operation, it must be flexible for scalability, deployment, efficient maintenance, monitoring, and administration.

Requirements Parameters

  • Well Defined business goals
  • Development Budget
  • Delivery Timeline
  • Resource Allocation
  • Hardware to Run on
  • Deployment
  • Security
  • Use Lifespan

 

Development Model

Enterprise Development Model

Development team Development process Project management Source code control Testing Application milestones and deliverable

Business Model

Enterprise Business Model

Business goals Development cost Return on investment Resources needed Time constraints Security and maintenance Existing infrastructure investment Business rules and policies

User Model

Enterprise User Model

User interface Ease-of-use requirements Training and documentation Application support User’s desktop configuration and network connection

Logical Model

Enterprise Logical Model

Logical structure of the application Object and data modeling Business objects and services Interface definitions

Technology Model

Enterprise Technology Model
Business goals Development cost Return on investment Resources needed Time constraints Security and maintenance Existing infrastructure investment Business rules and policies

Architecture Model

Enterprise Architecture Model
User interface Ease-of-use requirements Training and documentation Application support User’s desktop configuration and network connection

The below illustration to better understand requirement categories and its relationships to each other. Initiating point is as business requirement and end is the architecture model, each model interacts with each other.

Enterprise Logical Business Model

Enterprise Application Design architecture by iteratively defining and meeting a broad range of requirements. These requirements are summarized in the business, user, logical, technology, and architecture models.

  • Business Model tasks – Business Requirements
  • User model tasks – Meeting user needs
  • Logical Model Task – Defining Application Logic
  • Technology Model – Assembling Enterprise Technologies
  • Architecture Model Task – Designing the physical architecture

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