A pattern language for designing e-business architecture

@article{Zhao2008APL,
  title={A pattern language for designing e-business architecture},
  author={Liping Zhao and Linda A. Macaulay and Jonathan Adams and Paul Verschueren},
  journal={Journal of Systems and Software},
  year={2008},
  volume={81},
  pages={1272-1287}
}
The pattern language for e-business provides a holistic support for developing software architectures for the e-business domain. The pattern language contains four related pattern categories: Business Patterns, Integration Patterns, Application Patterns, and Runtime Patterns. These pattern categories organise an e-business architecture into three layers—business interaction, application infrastructure and middleware infrastructure—and provide reusable design solutions to these layers in a top… CONTINUE READING
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