Enterprise Architecture

  • Written By:
  • Published:

Time was, information technology (IT) systems lasted much longer. Organizational restructuring was uncommon, as business did not really require it. However, with ever-shrinking business cycles, IT must now be capable of quickly adapting to changing business needs. That?s why present-day IT systems must be built to change?and services-oriented architecture (SOA) may just hold the key.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Infosys Technologies, Information
Adopting traditional enterprise architecture design approaches to RFID run the risk of failure on account of not recognizing the true nature of RFID Integration.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Tracking, Infosys Technologies, Management of Companies and Enterprises, Telecommunications
Anyone even peripherally exposed to business media that touch on enterprise application technology has seen the term service-oriented architecture (SOA) bandied about in advertisements and articles. Given the central role of SOA in information technology, it is important to get beyond a buzzword level understanding. There are three key concepts surrounding SOA: granularity, Web services, and change management.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), IFS, Information, Management of Companies and Enterprises
The current generation of enterprise architecture, while reflecting the best thinking at the time they were designed, does not address key realities of business and does not address the support gap their absences generate.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Call Center, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Ramco Systems, Management of Companies and Enterprises
" The intricacies of enterprise architecture remain beyond the scope of this paper.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Application Development, Application Lifecycle Management, Best Practices, Consulting and Services, Customization Programming, Data Cleansing, Conversion, or Modeling, Development, IT Infrastructure, IT Monitoring and Management, IT Solutions Architecture, Managed Data Network Services, Managed Intranet and Internet Services, Managed Service Provider (MSP), Management Practices, Practices and Business Issues, Project and Process Management, Return on Investment (ROI), Security Services, Strategy, SAP, Internet Service Providers, Web Search Portals, and Data Processing Services, Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services
For example, the enterprise architecture framework, once in place, can play a critical role in influencing and guiding project selection in the strategy phase of the IT service life cycle (discussed in the following section in the context of the SAP Product Definition application). Organizations, in other words, will want to make project decisions based on the best ways to leverage their enterprise architecture.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Consulting and Services, IT Infrastructure, IT Monitoring and Management, Managed Service Provider (MSP), SAP
Managed well, service-oriented architecture (SOA) offers a tremendous opportunity to make positive changes and lay a foundation that will allow IT to become responsive and cost-effective. But SOA is also a potential minefield: hype is raising expectations beyond reality in an environment that is already stressed. In fact, managed poorly, SOA can be an expensive and spectacular failure.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: IT Infrastructure, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Hitachi Consulting
Today?s data transmission departments are battling for budget and relevance. Moving files and ensuring delivery is getting tougher every day. To successfully deliver data to an increasing number of target platforms and meet rising customer expectations, leading companies are adopting service-oriented architectures (SOAs) and upgrading their file transfer departments into data transmission services. Find out more.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Best Practices, Consulting and Services, Data Entry, Database Administration, Database Migration and Conversion, File Management, File Transfer Server (S/FTP), IT Infrastructure, Managed Data Network Services, Managed Electronic Transaction Services, Migration and Version Maintenance Services, Network Management, Return on Investment (ROI), Security, Server, Service Level Agreement (SLA) Management, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Web Server Management, Sterling Commerce, an AT&T company
The current web-based presentation and client tier is the weakest piece in the SOA-based enterprise architecture stack and fails to rise up to this challenge. RIA is well poised to bridge this gap in an enterprise architecture stack - as the front end or "face" of SOA.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Infosys Technologies, Internet Publishing and Broadcasting
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are facing new challenges and opportunities. By linking people, processes, and workflows from inside and outside your company, business management software can help you drive success. Learn about key drivers in the ?extended enterprise vision? strategy and how to integrate newer concepts, such as service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web 2.0 capabilities, with existing applications.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Hosting Services, Management Practices, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Strategy, Web Server Management, Sage
IT managers realize that service-oriented architecture (SOA) projects are no longer an ?if??they?re a ?when.? SOA can help achieve your number-one goal: aligning IT with business. If you?re in the consideration and planning stage, you?ll need some practical strategies for a business-driven SOA deployment. Find out how packaged solutions can accelerate SOA deployments, ease the burden of SOA management, and more.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Data Management and Analysis, IT Infrastructure, IT Monitoring and Management, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), SAP
" Source : Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) Resources Related to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) : Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) (Wikipedia) How Does Your ERP System Architecture Address Change? ERP System Architecture is also known as: erp system architecture , erp system , erp technology system architecture , architecture of erp , system architect for erp , architecture for erp systems , erp software system architecture , architecture for distributed erp
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Migration and Version Maintenance Services, Technology Evaluation Centers
Realizing that they need to serve external audiences, an increasing number of companies are interested in using learning to drive revenue and help customers and partners understand their learning options and find what they want. Discover technologies that can help you deliver training, certification programs, and knowledge assets to your company?s networks of partners, suppliers, resellers, distributors, and customers.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Learning Management System (LMS), Reselling, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cornerstone OnDemand
An EPM solution that complements the enterprise architecture, demonstrates the ability to meet current and evolving business requirements will provide a foundation for success.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Business Performance Management (BPM), Software Selection, IBM
Often companies focus on the upfront hardware and software costs but neglect to consider the substantial costs of Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) work, database configuration, enterprise architecture management, and user training when the business grows or changes requirements.
Related to Enterprise Architecture: Business Intelligence (BI), Business Performance Management (BPM), Data Management and Analysis, Data Mining, Outsourcing, Practices and Business Issues, Return on Investment (ROI), Oco, Inc
comments powered by Disqus