Taking Governance to the Edge
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) gives businesses a new way of getting work done, but SOA brings with it the traditional problems of governance as well as new challenges. Discover an approach to asymmetric forms of governance that focuses on how businesses understand their risks.
Applying Topic Maps to Applications
Topic maps provide a metamodel for representing knowledge models that are integrated with other systems. See what current and potential application areas there are for applying topic maps and how to access topic map information using Web services architectures.
Designing and Implementing a Software Factory
The health care industry offers a representative environment for interoperability among organizations. Take a look at designing and implementing a software factory that is based on the Health Level Seven (HL7) standard that also provides a vision for supporting collaboration in different industries.
Service-Oriented Business Intelligence
Business Intelligence (BI) and Service Orientation (SO) are independently developed architectural paradigms that form the synergy of the SoBI framework. Find out the similarities and differences between them that are leveraged by the SoBI architectural framework.
Planning Technical Architecture
Managers and operational staff know the value of technical architecture planning and its merits for aligning IT with the business and controlling service levels and expenses. Get insight on how these business drivers can impact creating a tactical plan for an infrastructure architecture.
Behavioral Software Architecture Language
A tenet for architecture definition is to design software structure and object interaction before the design phase, and architecture design and approval should precede any software development project. Learn how the Behavioral Software Architecture Language unifies software architecture definition with software implementation.