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Wide Open Spaces – Architecting for the Cloud

Introduction to the Tuple Space (Space based Architecture) pattern model that combines and integrates distributed caching (Data Grid), content-based distributed messaging (Messaging Grid), and parallel processing (Processing Grid) into a powerful service oriented architecture built on shared spaces within a grid computing framework.

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Modeling the MDM Blueprint – Part 5

In this series, we’ve discussed developing the MDM blueprint by creating the Common Information (Part 2), Canonical (Part 3), and Operating (Part 4) models in our work streams. We’ve introduced the Operating Model into the mix to communicate with the business how the solution will be adopted and used to realize the expected benefits. And hopefully we’ve set […]

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Modeling the MDM Blueprint – Part 4

In Part 2 and Part 3 of this series, we discussed the Common Information and Canonical Models. Because MDM is a business project, we need to establish of a common set of models that can be referenced independently of the technical infrastructure or patterns we plan on using. Now it is time to introduce the Operating […]

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Modeling the MDM Blueprint – Part 3

In Part 2 of this series we discussed the Common Information Model. Because MDM is a business project, we need to establish of a common set of models that can be referenced independently of the technical infrastructure or patterns we plan on using. The essential elements should include: – Common Information Model – Canonical Model […]

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Modeling the MDM Blueprint – Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, we discussed what essential elements should be included in an MDM blueprint. The important thing to remember is that MDM is a business project that requires establishing a common set of models that can be referenced independently of the technical infrastructure or patterns you plan on using. The blueprint should remain […]

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Modeling the MDM Blueprint – Part 1

Several practitioners have contributed to this complex subject (see Dan Power’s Five Essential Elements of MDM and CDI, for example) and have done a good job at describing the critical elements.  There is one more element that’s often overlooked however, and it remains a key differentiator and all too often, it’s the difference between success […]

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Modeling the MDM Blueprint – Part 5

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! In this series, we’ve discussed developing the MDM blueprint by creating the Common Information (Part 2), Canonical (Part 3), and Operating (Part 4) models in our work streams. We’ve introduced the Operating Model into the mix to communicate with the business how the solution will be adopted and […]

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Modeling the MDM Blueprint – Part 4

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! In Part 2 and Part 3 of this series, we discussed the Common Information and Canonical Models. Because MDM is a business project, we need to establish of a common set of models that can be referenced independently of the technical infrastructure or patterns we plan on using. Now […]

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Modeling the MDM Blueprint – Part 3

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! In Part 2 of this series we discussed the Common Information Model. Because MDM is a business project, we need to establish of a common set of models that can be referenced independently of the technical infrastructure or patterns we plan on using. The essential elements […]

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Modeling the MDM Blueprint – Part 2

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! In Part 1 of this series, we discussed what essential elements should be included in an MDM blueprint. The important thing to remember is that MDM is a business project that requires establishing a common set of models that can be referenced independently of the technical infrastructure or […]

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Modeling the Blueprint for MDM

digg this | del.icio.us | Reddit | Stumble It! Several practitioners have contributed to this complex subject (see Dan Power’s Five Essential Elements of MDM and CDI, for example) and have done a good job at describing the critical elements.  There is one more element that’s often overlooked however, and it remains a key differentiator […]

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