Connecting Technology for a Pace-Layered Application Strategy

Archived Published: 15 April 2011 ID: G00211492


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A pace-layered application strategy is an approach for developing a differentiated management and governance process that reflects how applications are used and their rate of change. Managing the interdependencies of process and data across application layers requires critical connective technology.

Table of Contents

  • Analysis
    • Business Requirements Create Complex Relationships Between Applications
    • Three Key Disciplines Are Required to Manage the Interaction Across Layers
      • Enterprise Information Management
      • BPM
      • Application Architecture and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
    • Seven Connective Technologies to Support Pace Layers
      • EIM
      • BPM
      • Application Architecture
    • Conclusion
  • Recommended Reading
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