Use Pace Layering as a Best Practice for Real-Time, Operational Intelligence Architecture

Archived Published: 21 September 2011 ID: G00219562

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The components of a real-time, operational intelligence system must be grouped into layers that are designed, developed and governed in different ways. IT architects and business leaders should make some of the layers flexible, but others must be systematic and disciplined.

Table of Contents

  • Analysis
    • Context
    • The Pace-Layering Approach to Architecture
    • Real-Time Operational Intelligence Architecture
      • IT Infrastructure
      • Information Architecture
      • Analytic Software Tools
      • Analytic Applications
      • Analysis
    • Conclusion
  • Recommended Reading
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