Java Architect Roles and Responsibilities

A Common question is what are Java Architect roles and responsibilities? Most developers wonder about the difference between the roles of Architect and Designer, and system analyst.In this article we will scrath the surface of Java Architect Roles and Responsibilities.

Java Technology now, is mature language, and it is widely used, because of their, known, strength and portability, scalability, robustness, security, and more. Because of this, more and more organizations choose Java or convert their legacy system to Java.

The point is that, Java is not for E-Business only; many organizations with large user bases are

Re-engineering  their client/server configurations because the deployment and distribution of this design is cumbersome and expensive.

 

Still, many issues stand in the way of Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) adoption by corporate application development groups. These include concerns about the development environment, the need to locate or train Java developers, the complexity of Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), and the need to upgrade to the new generation of JEE application servers to take full advantage of the technology. This is where the JEE architect is most needed, or this is where Java Architect Roles come to play.

 

 The right architect can step into the enterprise to resolve these issues and make the dream of a JEE-based enterprise a reality.

 

The entire business must be Internet-enabled. The business site must engage the customers and enable them to conduct transactions without the necessity of human interaction.  Moreover, it will feed the organization’s “fulfillment” engine as well as provide a place to go for post-transaction services.

 

Corporations will need architects to anchor development standards such as JEE to facilitate the construction of web sites. These sites will communicate the business objectives of their clients, whether they want to direct functionality to local, national, or international markets.

 

Roles are now more important than ever. The architect, along with other technical and graphic design personnel, must work together to ensure that the web pages not only meet the usiness’ needs but that they also maintain a perfect balance between performance and professional graphics work. The design of each component must follow a standard such as JEE to ensure that the end product looks professional, loads faster, and effectively communicates the company’s business objectives to the world.

 

This article highlights some aspects about Java Architecture, in the next coming articles we will delve more in this wide and big subject.