Architecture Plan and Design Best Practices: Outputs, Interfaces, and Scheduling

Architecture Plan and Design Best Practices: Outputs, Interfaces, and Scheduling

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When it comes to enterprise or application architecture, a top-down, user-centric design of the mechanisms for interacting with IT is critical in ensuring that business targets are met in the face of rapid technological change. As Gartner Vice President Anne Thomas Manes said, "We have all of these forces now driving us to change the way we design our architectures." Is your organization prepared?

Consult this expert e-guide for advice from Manes and other IT professionals on architecture planning, design best practices, and new approaches to building services with service-oriented architecture (SOA). Specific topics covered include:

  • Structuring outputs to meet business process requirements
  • Organizing application programming interfaces
  • Why job scheduling is overlooked (and why it shouldn't be)
  • And more
Vendor:
IBM
Posted:
13 Mar 2014
Published:
13 Mar 2014
Format:
PDF
Length:
13 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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