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Enterprise Software Architecture
(Cr. 3)

Course Description:

In this course, the design and processes contained within modern enterprise software will be discussed with special emphasis on systems in use in large organizations such as Oracle EBS, JD Edwards and SAP. The business processes supported by such systems as well as the internal data structures that represent them will also be covered. Students will learn Agile/SCRUM project management processes. Additionally, disaster recovery, high availability and inexpensive application scaling will be discussed. Special emphasis will be given to business process analysis and re-engineering. Students will be expected to complete a project related to enterprise software.

Course Objectives:
  1. Modules and functions of major enterprise software components
  2. The organization of a typical IT department
  3. The processes employed in a typical IT department
  4. Requirements Analysis and Gathering
  5. Basic Accounting
  6. Enterprise software implementation
  7. New installations
  8. Upgrades
  9. Conversions
  10. Risks in ERP implementations
  11. The role of mobile applications
  12. Integration Technologies
  13. CEP
  14. Distributed Caching
  15. Web Services