Software Architecture Metrics: Case Studies to Improve the Quality of Your Architecture 1st Edition
Author: Christian Ciceri,Dave Farley,Neal Ford,Andrew Harmel-Law,Michael Keeling,Carola Lilienthal,João Rosa,Alexander von Zitzewitz,Rene Weiss,Eoin Woods (Author)
Publisher Finelybook 出版社：O'Reilly Media; 1st edition (June 21, 2022)
pages 页数：215 pages
Software architecture metrics are key to the maintainability and architectural quality of a software project and they can warn you about dangerous accumulations of architectural and technical debt early in the process. In this practical book, leading hands-on software architects share case studies to introduce metrics that every software architect should know.
This isn’t a book about theory. It’s more about practice and implementation, about what has already been tried and worked. Detecting software architectural issues early is crucial for the success of your software: it helps mitigate the risk of poor performance and lowers the cost of repairing those issues. Written Author: practitioners for software architects and software developers eager to explore successful case studies, this guide will help you learn more about decision and measurement effectiveness.
Through contributions from 10 prominent practitioners, this book shares key software architecture metrics to help you set the right KPIs and measure the results. You’ll learn how to:
Measure how well your software architecture is meeting your goals
Choose the right metrics to track (and skip the ones you don’t need)
Improve observability, testability, and deployability
Prioritize software architecture projects
Build insightful and relevant dashboards