SWT-575 Software Systems Integration
This course is concerned with combining individually tested software components into an integrated whole. Software is considered integrated when individual components are combined to form subsystems or when subsystems are joined to form products. Integration can be implemented as a discrete step near the completion of the software development life cycle or incrementally as software components and subsystems are developed. In this course, students will learn various software system integration strategies and frameworks. Students will explore the role of application programming interfaces (API), core assets and product lines, interface languages, wrappers, middleware, and system generators. In addition, students will explore barriers and risks associated with software system integration including component granularity and variability, complexity, risk, and cost.
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