Harness the power of design patterns to build CORBA-based applications
CORBA Design Patterns provides detailed guidance in the construction of distributed applications based on OMG's CORBA. Founded on a philosophy of designing for change, the design patterns provide essential, proven guidance in lowering the risk of developing software in a distributed environment. The authors introduce you to the essential principles of CORBA and design patterns. They provide a framework for design patterns in software design and show examples for designing OMG IDL interfaces and integrating legacy and Internet applications.
On the CD-ROM you'll find:
• IDL for all available CORBA and CORBA services
• All the source code examples from the book
• Animated demonstrations
• Clear, step-by-step guidance on how to architect real-world designs using the OMG interface definition language (IDL)
• A complete design pattern catalog offering expert solutions for designing and building distributed object-oriented systems
• Step-by-step examples that demonstrate how to use all the techniques described to build both legacy and Internet applications
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About the Author
THOMAS J. MOWBRAY is the architect of one of the first CORBA-based applications systems. He is the principal scientist at Mitre Corporation and an architecture columnist for Object Magazine. His other books include The Essential CORBA.
RAPHAEL C. MALVEAU is a technical staff member at Concept 5 Technologies, specializing in building CORBA applications using design patterns.
Table of Contents
CORBA AND DESIGN PATTERNS.
Overview of the Design Pattern Language.
APPLICATION DESIGN PATTERNS.
Improving Object Implementations.
Modifying Client Stubs and Other Tricks.
SYSTEM DESIGN PATTERNS.
Principles of 0bject-Oriented Architecture.
Fundamental Structural Patterns.
Advanced System Design Patterns.
Using OMG CORBAservices.
ENTERPRISE DESIGN PATTERNS.
Building an Organizational Infrastructure.
GLOBAL DESIGN PATTERNS.
Role of Open Systems.
Internet Design Patterns.