Summary and Info
I bought this book after careful consedering all Business Rules books, offered by Amazon. A good choice indeed.
As an enterprise architect I came across themes like architecture principles, SOA and business requirements. Business rules in relation to architecture is a much debated issue. So when I came to be involved in a Business Rules project for a customer, I decided to arm myself. What did the book deliver? Well:
- clear and pleasant writing style.
- answers to FAQ right from the preface.
- relate BR to SOA.
- functional and management perspective. Technology and concepts. Not too deep, not to hi-over.
- insight in leading products (be it anno 2007, but good enough for a benchmark).
- 42 (:-) solution patterns.
- a checklist for evaluating BRMS's.
More About the Author
Ian James Alastair Graham (born 12 November 1923) is a British Mayanist whose explorations of Maya ruins in the jungles of Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize helped establish the Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions published by the Peabody Museum of Harvard University.
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