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Making a Formal Case for the Development of Components of Modern Enterprise Information Systems


  • Voronezh State Technical University, Voronezh, Russia


Background: The article covers the specifics of streamlining the design of software components for modern information systems, proposes a multiple-path integration approach intended for obtaining optimal and suboptimal solutions in multidimensional problems. Methods: The article proposes an approach to establishing a smooth pipeline for the development of software components within enterprise Information Systems (IS) based on the principles of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) that intend to reduce the complexity of the IS components themselves and the way they communicate with each other. To come up with the most practical solutions, the authors have used multiple-path integration methods that can help provide solutions to multidimensional problems within a reasonable time. Findings: The proposed formalization of the task to design an IS component serves as a base for studying the characteristics of the life cycles of different IS components, strategies and approaches to their design and development, as well as the general IS structure by means of various strategies of interaction between the existing software components and the ones being designed. Improvements/Application: The proposed approach can be used as a tool for building large-scale information systems in order to reduce the time and resources spent on the project. The article suggests a use case for this approach involving the building of IS components for telecommunication companies.


Enterprise IS, Multiple-path Integration, Software Development.

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