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A New Development Framework on iSeries or i5/OS: Architecture
It is feasible to create native, intuitive and graphical business applications using just available software in i/OS and Open source Java. Using iSeries as an

jobs architecture  optimally used. The resulting jobs are transparently integrated into the security mechanisms of the iSeries so that the object and adopted authority policies are preserved. On the Java side, the connector provides the developer with abstract interfaces. In other words, the toolbox is not directly used for the coding of applications. This makes the connector from the workflow manager component universally usable and alternative data sources can be called transparently and even simultaneously. It is 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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PeopleSoft Joins The Hunt For SMEs
There has been significant hubbub in the mid-market, with all Tier 1 players delivering solutions tailored for small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs). PeopleSoft

jobs architecture  Joins The Hunt For SMEs PeopleSoft Joins The Hunt For SMEs P.J. Jakovljevic - February 1, 2001 Event Summary On January 8, PeopleSoft Inc . (NASDAQ: PSFT), one of the leading business applications providers, announced PeopleSoft 8 Accelerated Enterprise , one of the first turnkey solutions that combines Internet-based applications, rapid implementation services, training, and financing for small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) ranging from start-ups to companies with $500 million in revenue. Read More
Job Scheduling Maze in Distributed IT Landscapes - Part 3
Part 2 of this blog series analyzed the ActiveBatch architecture and evolution in terms of enterprise job scheduling and workload automation functional

jobs architecture  dependencies and workflow, and jobs are color-coded based on the current run status and the last execution result (e.g., a purple color denotes a failed job). Why ActiveBatch Wins Customers ActiveBatch’s parent, Advanced Systems Concepts Inc. (ASCI ), touts the differentiating features like ActiveBatch Mobile Management (with full remote management of the system from SmartPhone and Personal Digital Assistant [PDA] devices), incorporating SOA for increased levels of integration, change management, etc. Read More
Job Scheduling Maze in Distributed IT Landscapes - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series outlined the problem that, as the number of systems, applications, databases, and whatnot platforms increases, the IT business

jobs architecture  point of running IT jobs and workload automation . It also pointed out the difficulties in achieving this noble idea, and introduced Advanced Systems Concepts Inc. (ASCI) and its ActiveBatch cross-platform enterprise job scheduling and workload automation solution. ActiveBatch Architecture The ActiveBatch architecture has always been a multi-tier approach (enabling centralized job scheduling with distributed job execution) consisting of the following elements: ActiveBatch Job Scheduler -- This Microsoft Read More
The Hype About PeopleTools 8
In January 2000, PeopleSoft announced a server centric platform for the development of Internet solutions.

jobs architecture  Hype About PeopleTools 8 Event Summary On January 18, 2000, PeopleSoft announced a new server-centric development platform. PeopleTools 8 Internet Architecture will enable the development, deployment, and management of PeopleSoft's eBusiness applications for business transactions and collaboration via the Internet. The new application is designed to offer developers and customers a single Internet architecture for Internet-based access, effectively lowering application development, deployment, 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

jobs architecture  Architecture Traditional document management systems are geared toward control, discipline, and orchestrated workflow. Contrast this with the untamed world of ad hoc processes that drive so many of our activities. In this environment, teams are dynamic and agile. Imposing structure and formal processes almost always results in confusion, resentment, and lost productivity. The needs of distributed teams require a different approach. Read More
Where Is ERP Headed (Or Better, Where Should It Be Headed)? Part 2: Product Architecture and Web-Basing
This note discusses how a flexible and agile ERP system needs an adaptable architecture, how easy integration to 3rd-party applications has become a key selling

jobs architecture  Is ERP Headed (Or Better, Where Should It Be Headed)? Part 2: Product Architecture and Web-Basing Where Is ERP Headed (Or Better, Where Should It Be Headed)? Part 2: Product Architecture and Web-Basing P.J. Jakovljevic - April 20, 2001 Executive Summary  A typical ERP system now offers broad functional coverage nearing the best-of-breed capabilities; vertical industry extensions; a robust technical architecture; training, documentation, implementation and process design tools; product enhancements; Read More
The Egenera Processing Area Network (PAN) Architecture
The past decade saw the emergence of the storage area network as a way to centralize, consolidate, and virtualize deployment and management of storage resources

jobs architecture  Egenera Processing Area Network (PAN) Architecture The past decade saw the emergence of the storage area network as a way to centralize, consolidate, and virtualize deployment and management of storage resources. This architecture was developed to address complex problems that arose as storage moved from a central point (the mainframe-based data center) to a distributed model due to growth in departmental systems and applications. Read More
SOA From a Management Perspective: Part Two
Despite the numerous benefits companies can expect from service-oriented architecture, the technology is still relatively new and implementation costs are steep

jobs architecture  From a Management Perspective: Part Two This is Part Two of a two-part note. Part One provides a basic understanding of SOA, the rollout plans for major software vendors, and the benefits of SOA. Concerns About SOA Back in the day when procedures and subroutines were all the rage, there was a performance concern: Did the use of subroutines, with all of its branching back and forth and passing of data, degrade performance as opposed to duplicating the code in stream? The same concern with message Read More
Supply Chain Economy
The US Labor Department reported an increase in jobs in June and July ... but the manufacturing industry cut jobs for a third month in a row. We are moving

jobs architecture  ... loss of manufacturing jobs ... addition of service jobs ... China ... changing demographics, etc.—these all play into the supply chain economic model. We decided to have speakers at our annual event that could discuss these issues and put them in context. But last week the Bureau of Labor Statistics published their August numbers and we thought we should write something for this week's magazine. Job count is up—but what kind of jobs? It turns out that the steady decline in manufacturing jobs Read More
Data-oriented Architecture: A Loosely Coupled Real-time SOA
Today’s extensive use of data collection tools coupled with the easy access to communication networks has woven more devices and systems into the fabric of our

jobs architecture  oriented Architecture: A Loosely Coupled Real-time SOA Today’s extensive use of data collection tools coupled with the easy access to communication networks has woven more devices and systems into the fabric of our daily lives. As the scale of integration and complexity grows, so does the need for the appropriate paradigm to address it. In order to scale, system software architecture must be organized around a common-shared information model that can span multiple systems. Read More
The MicroStrategy Architecture
If you’re in the midst of evaluating business intelligence (BI) software, this datasheet sheds light on a BI solution based on a relational online analytical

jobs architecture  MicroStrategy Architecture If you’re in the midst of evaluating business intelligence (BI) software, this datasheet sheds light on a BI solution based on a relational online analytical processing (ROLAP) architecture that can provide high scalability and interactivity. Find out more about ROLAP, as well as how BI solutions can support all levels of BI initiatives, including migration from departmental BI toward a more cohesive enterprise framework. Read More
Epicor Announces iScala Integration with Epicor ICE Business Architecture
Epicor Software Corporation announced the latest release of Epicor iScala (version 3.0) enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, featuring integration to

jobs architecture  Announces iScala Integration with Epicor ICE Business Architecture Epicor Software Corporation announced the latest release of Epicor iScala (version 3.0) enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, featuring integration to the Epicor ICE business architecture. Epicor Software Corporation provides business software solutions for manufacturing, distribution, retail, and services organizations. The integration of Epicor iScala with Epicor ICE will add next-generation technologies to the iScala Read More
Enterprise Resource Planning for Services: Has Software as a Service Become Service-oriented Architecture for Small to Medium Businesses?
In the past, enterprise resource planning (ERP) initiatives were far too costly for smaller organizations to consider. However, a trend has recently emerged

jobs architecture  Resource Planning for Services: Has Software as a Service Become Service-oriented Architecture for Small to Medium Businesses? Originally published - February 14, 2007 In a market where labels define software vendors, the power of the enterprise resource planning (ERP) acronym has permeated the small to medium business (SMB) market. Tier one and best-of-breed vendors are embracing the ERP label as the message of choice to its clients, especially in the services sector where ERP is less mature. Read More
Can Technology Make CFO's and Controller's Jobs More Strategic? (Part 2)
Part 1 of this blog series established that by offloading non-essential and non-value-adding routine tasks to third-party business process outsourcing (BPO

jobs architecture  Make CFO's and Controller's Jobs More Strategic? (Part 2) Part 1 of this blog series established that by offloading non-essential and non-value-adding routine tasks to third-party business process outsourcing (BPO ) specialists, many human resource (HR) and payroll managers are now able to focus more on strategic and more important tasks of managing talent and human capital of the company. The discussion then went into the possible liberation of chief financial officers (CFOs) and controllers from their Read More

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