Many antiquated or legacy systems are still in operation today because they are critical to the organizations continued operations or are prohibitively expensive to replace. This book guides practitioners in managing the process of legacy system evolution. The author introduces a comprehensive method for managing a software evolution project, from its conception to the deployment of the resulting system. The book helps managers answer two critical decisions: What is the best way to evolve a particular legacy system? and How can the legacy system be migrated to a selected target architecture?Other Data flow v Entity relationship V Block v. ... You should use these diagrams to document a systema#39;s hardware composition and the mapping of software components to it. ... Figure 4.5 shows a use case diagram for a simple library system.
|Title||:||The Renaissance of Legacy Systems|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|