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A Pattern for Requirements-Centric Development of Composite Architectures of Enterprise Class Systems: CVS Caremark Approach for Developing Large-Scale Distributed Architecture

May 2012 Presentation
Farhad Etessami (CVS Caremark)

This presentation discusses our experience building large-scale distributed and high-performance systems at CVS Caremark, and was given at the Enterprise Architecture track at SATURN 2012, May 7-11, 2012, in St Petersburg, FL.

Publisher:

Software Engineering Institute

Abstract

With the confluence of complex enterprise-class systems, requirements for high quality and minimal total cost of ownership, and faster development time, the need for an efficient and effective architectural approach became evident. The key component of this new approach is application of large-scale integration and use of service-based technology.

Integration is a key demand for the CVS Caremark enterprise due to increasing requirements for efficiency, responsiveness, and cost reduction. This talk will be about our experience at the CVS Caremark Corporation building large-scale distributed and high-performance systems.