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Can any one tell me , which is the best book for common architecture part. I have gone through few books and all notes mentioned in this site, but still I think I am missing some thing. I have read IT Architectures and Middleware: Strategies for Building Large, Integrated Systems by Chris Britton, does anybody have any other suggestion for this topic, any book which covers the topic.
 
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Hello,
Really what Sun wants to test in common architectures are 1-tier, 2-tier and n-tier architetures. You should know what each one is, what their merits and drawbacks are with respect to the concepts (Non Functional service level requirements - the various 'bilities'.)
You should also know connectivity limitations of such architectures (this flows into Legacy Connectivity.)
I think that's pretty much it.
If you read Cade's book, all the word docs in the files/links provided here or at SCEA_PREP, you should be all set.
Thanks.
 
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