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Dr. Himanshu Hora
SRMS College of Engineering & Technology, Bareilly
INDIA
“S/w architecture in turn affects the technical ,
business, social environments that subsequently
influence future archite...
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 The relationships among business goals, product
requirement & architecture form a cycle with feedback
loop that used t...
Architectures are influenced-
 By system stakeholders.
 By the developing organization.
 By the experience of the archi...
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Figure 1: Influences on the architecture
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Figure 2: The Architecture Business Cycle
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The architecture affects the factors that influence
them(Cycle works as):-
The architecture affects the –
 Structure of...
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Architecture business cycle changes-
◦ Org. goals to req.
◦ Req. to arch.
◦ Arch. to systems.
◦ Systems to org.
Influenc...
 Create the business case.
 Understand the requirement.
 Create the architecture.
 Document & communicate the architec...
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“The cycle worked well as a guiding model to understand
the role of the architecture in the software development
proces...
With in the “ABC” , architect produces architecture
& that should be-
◦ the product of one or many architects
◦ well docum...
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Dr. Himanshu Hora
SRMS College of Engineering & Technology, Bareilly
INDIA
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  1. 1. 1 Dr. Himanshu Hora SRMS College of Engineering & Technology, Bareilly INDIA
  2. 2. “S/w architecture in turn affects the technical , business, social environments that subsequently influence future architectures. This is known as cycle of influences; from the environment to architecture & back to the environment, the Architecture Business Cycle(ABC).” 2
  3. 3. 3  The relationships among business goals, product requirement & architecture form a cycle with feedback loop that used to handle growth & system growth.  • Architecture Business Cycle (ABC) “Architecture Business Cycle (ABC) is description of a system, used to represent relationship among structures/ components of the system to the environment in which the system is developed and implemented.” - Shahid Hussain (ABC for embedded system) is description of a system, used to represent relationship among structures/ components of the system to the environment in which the system is developed and implemented. - Shahid Hussain (ABC for embedded system)
  4. 4. Architectures are influenced-  By system stakeholders.  By the developing organization.  By the experience of the architect.  By the technical environment. 4
  5. 5. 5 Figure 1: Influences on the architecture
  6. 6. 6 Figure 2: The Architecture Business Cycle
  7. 7. 7 The architecture affects the factors that influence them(Cycle works as):- The architecture affects the –  Structure of the developing organization.  Goals of the developing of the organization.  Customer requirements with reusability.  The process of the system building will affect the architect’s experience with subsequent systems .
  8. 8. 8 Architecture business cycle changes- ◦ Org. goals to req. ◦ Req. to arch. ◦ Arch. to systems. ◦ Systems to org. Influences - ◦ Technical, business , social. ◦ Stakeholders, other source.
  9. 9.  Create the business case.  Understand the requirement.  Create the architecture.  Document & communicate the architecture.  Analyze the architecture.  Implement the system based on architecture.  Conforms the implementation. 9
  10. 10. 10 “The cycle worked well as a guiding model to understand the role of the architecture in the software development process.” “Presents theoretical & practical benefits.” -Carl Magnus Olsson (Case Study of ABC)
  11. 11. With in the “ABC” , architect produces architecture & that should be- ◦ the product of one or many architects ◦ well documented ◦ circulated to the system’s stakeholders ◦ fulfill all the customer’s requirements ◦ analyzed and evaluated for quality attributes ◦ incremental 11
  12. 12. 12 Dr. Himanshu Hora SRMS College of Engineering & Technology, Bareilly INDIA
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