The Nexus Effect and How the Nexus of Forces Alters Established Architecture Models
Published: 07 September 2012
Strategic IT solution planners and application architects must establish a "next" architecture framework for next application initiatives to reflect new demands from the Nexus of Forces of cloud computing, social, mobile and information.
Table Of Contents
- The Next, Nexus-Enabled Application Architecture in Five Core Principles
- Use SOA as the Core Foundation for All New Application Planning
- Use SoC Principles to Design the Nexus-Enabled Service Architecture
- Use EDA to Facilitate Real-Time or Near-Real-Time Information Stream Processing
- Use WOA to Participate in the Global-Class Application and Information Exchange
- Manage Application, Cloud Computing, Mobile and Social Services as an Open-Service Ecosystem to Facilitate a Nexus-Enabled IT Culture and Practices
- Bottom Line
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