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Service-oriented Architecture-Savior or Nemesis?
Managed well, service-oriented architecture (SOA) offers a tremendous opportunity to make positive changes and lay a foundation that will allow IT to become

four tier architecture  consist of anywhere between four and seven layers of mainframe, mini, client server, ERP, N-tier, web, portal, and integration technology is a nightmare. Also, because the foundational layers of legacy solutions still need to be supported, maintenance and support burden has been increasing with each new layer added. Many organizations’ ‘lights on’ costs now consume more than half of their IT budgets. Some are in a death spiral where their lights on costs are so high that they no longer have enough Read More...
ERP for Services (Non-manufacturing)
Typically, ERP systems designed for services industries offer modules that provide back-office support, customer relationship management, time management, expense management, resource management, a...
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No Yawn Intended: Enterprise Applications Giant Introduces a Mid-tier Support Choice
Many market observers might yawn at SAP's recent Premium Support announcement, but users increasingly appreciate more choice and certainty, and may take notice

four tier architecture  SAP Standard Support covers four areas: continuous improvement, quality management, knowledge transfer, and issues resolution. It also offers SAP Solution Manager and SAP Service Marketplace . Standard support is provided at 17 percent of the annual net license fee. SAP Premium Support augments SAP Standard Support with a so-called service-level agreement (SLA), individual services, and a designated support advisor. It is offered at 22 percent of the net license fee. SAP MaxAttention is offered to Read More...
An Improved Architecture for High-efficiency, High-density Data Centers
Globally, data center power and cooling infrastructure wastes more than 60 million megawatt-hours per year that do not contribute usefully to powering IT

four tier architecture  is a factor of four reduction in loss. The above chart was developed assuming a chilled water design, tier 4 design, 3-foot raised floor for the room cooling solution, and an average power of 10kW per rack. This data is only for the CRAH unit and does not include the chiller, pumps, and cooling tower. These devices can be studied separately or combined with the CRAH to obtain the overall cooling efficiency of the data center. Note that the chiller and cooling tower do consume power and therefore do Read More...
The Art Of Distributed Development Of Multi-Lingual Three-Tier Internet Applications
In this article we describe author's experience with the distributed development of multi-lingual three-tier Java/ CORBA/database Internet applications. We

four tier architecture  article had to support four languages, i.e., the user had to be able to submit queries and receive responses in the selected preferred language. Figure 2 depicts a general appearance of the user interface displayed in the user's web browser. Figure 2. General appearance of the user interface The user interface consists of two HTML frames. The upper frame is a static HTML page, written in the user's language of choice. It contains the language selection menu on the left side, and the query input form on Read More...
How Does Your ERP System Architecture Address Change?
In today’s competitive market, businesses are living in a constant state of change@especially in the services sector, which has to contend with a more fluid

four tier architecture  to oversee the above four phases These four business process steps (plus management) are time-consuming and expensive. According to the Foote Partners Research Group's recent press release, IT Skills and Certification Pay Index Q1 2008 Update 2, the rising cost of IT skills has been Spurred by a widening supply/demand gap for many SAP skills, overall pay for IT skills continues its ascent despite recession jitters. The accompanying Rising Skills Pay: Noncertified Skills shows that pay for SAP ERP Read More...
Architecture-Centered Information Systems In The Manufacturing Domain - Part V - Applying the Methodology
Architecture bridges the semantic gap between the requirements and software. Application software systems must be architected in order to deal with the current

four tier architecture  of operations. Transactions have four critical properties: Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability. These properties are referred to as ACID [Bern97]. Atomicity means that the transaction execute to completion or not at all. Consistency means that the transaction preserves the internal consistency of the database. Isolation means the transaction executes as if it were running alone, with no other transactions. Durability means the transaction's results will not be lost in a failure. System Read More...
7 Steps to Service-oriented Architecture
Before an organization can truly realize the cost and agility benefits of enterprise service-oriented architecture (SOA), there are a few concepts it should

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Tier 3 And Tier 4 ... Where Do You Go If You Don't Know, What You Don't Know.
If you are an executive in a Tier 3 or Tier 4 manufacturing company and you have wondered where to start, whom to call, what questions to ask, this article is

four tier architecture  be broken down into four major steps Evaluate the current business and determine the proper course of action. Document your findings. This is the foundation for your RFP and the checklist for project completion. Validate your observations, the processes and the business model. If it's broke fix it. Now you know what your needs are. Facts, not perceptions. Most ERP Providers and Business Partners welcome this level of thoroughness. If their product is a fit, they know exactly how to position it. If not, Read More...
Product, Project, Process, and People: The Four Ps of PLM Analytics
Product, project, process, and people represent the four areas of PLM analytics that may help PLM user organizations develop better products, improve the

four tier architecture  Process, and People: The Four Ps of PLM Analytics After a product lifecycle management (PLM) system has been implemented and used for a while, the accumulated data within the system becomes valuable. This data not only supports daily operations but it also has the potential to help companies to better understand historical performance and predict the future, if it can be interpreted properly. In fact, reporting and analytics has been a part of some PLM offerings for a while. For instance, Siemens PLM Read More...
Software-as-a-service: Beyond the Architecture Discussion
As software-as-a-service (SaaS) deployments have moved from relatively small implementations to more complex enterprise environments, it has become clear that

four tier architecture  model over the last four years. The State of SaaS Clear and tangible customer benefits are driving SaaS adoption and success. The key differences between a SaaS model and the traditional on-premise model include: pricing and investment, implementation process, and the ongoing customer and provider relationship. SaaS solutions allow customers to realize a number of benefits, including: Reduced upfront investment and lower overall Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) – with SaaS, customers typically pay a Read More...
NextPage Architecture
Traditional document management systems are geared toward control, discipline, and orchestrated workflow. Contrast this with the untamed world of ad hoc

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Building Better Software Architecture with the Agile Model
As software products find acceptance among customers, the creators (vendors) of these solutions must adapt the products’ underlying architectures. An agile

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The IT Tipping Point for Midsized Companies: Deciding When to Move to Tier-one ERP
Many successful midsized companies reach a point when transitioning to a tier-one enterprise application system is necessary. Transitioning to a new enterprise

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