Devised to rescue failing IT implementations, Mr. Bell's new book presents an advanced approach for designing durable, flawless, and elastic software systems.
(PRWEB) February 23, 2015
Author Michael Bell, founder of Methodologies Inc., the leading business and software modeling company, announced the release of a new enterprise architecture book, titled “Incremental Software Architecture: A Method for Saving Failing IT Implementations.” The book will be published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., and available for order in book stores and online in the fall of 2015.
Michael Bell, recognized internationally for his contribution to the enterprise software architecture industry, addresses today’s challenging software development trends. Devised to rescue failing IT implementations, the new book presents an advanced approach for designing durable, flawless, and elastic software systems.
“There is no defense against deploying failing software systems to production environments. Your organization should disapprove costly software development projects that introduce risks to the business. Avoid organically grown IT landscapes that are hard to maintain and fail to perform,” stated Mr. Bell. “New software enterprise architecture approaches must address the growing complexities of system distribution, federation, and integration of IT assets across organizations. I strongly recommend tilting the initiatives of software development toward accountable design teams in lieu of supporting irresponsible and experimental development efforts,” he added.
About Methodologies Inc.
Methodologies Inc. is an enterprise business and technology modeling company that provides service-oriented strategies, implementation, and training services to facilitate business agility and growth. Methodologies’ mission is to assist business and IT organizations to increase software asset reusability, accelerate time-to-market, improve and manage business processes, reduce expenditure, and efficiently consolidate business and technological assets. The leading forces behind these accomplishments are three major business and technology drivers: Strategy, Process, and Implementation.