Architecture Centered Design

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The use of an architecture–centered development process for delivering information technology began with
the introduction of client / server based systems. Early client/server and legacy mainframe applications did not
provide the architectural flexibility needed to meet the changing business requirements of the modern manufacturing
organization. With the introduction of Object Oriented systems, the need for an architecture–
centered process became a critical success factor. Object reuse, layered system components, data abstraction,
web based user interfaces, CORBA, and rapid development and deployment processes all provide economic
incentives for object technologies. However, adopting the latest object oriented technology, without an
adequate understanding of how this technology fits a specific architecture, risks the creation of an instant legacy
system.

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