Quantifying Integration Architectures

  • Jan AlgermissenEmail author


The products or services offered by enterprises today increasingly depend on information products realized by the corporate IT department. Often the time to market of a product is significantly affected by the time it takes to realize its IT-enabled aspects. In this regard, minimizing realization time within the IT department often becomes the essential factor for bringing a given product to market earlier than the competition.

This chapter proposes a methodology for determining a measure of how the integration styles of given IT systems affect the ability of these systems to adapt to changing requirements.


Architectural Style Implementation Technology General Suitability Integration Architecture Connector Usage 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.NORD Software ConsultingHamburgGermany

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