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Architecture Evolution: From Mainframes to Service-oriented Architecture
Product architecture is going to do much more than simply provide the technical functionality, the user interface, and the platform support. It is going to

architecture tiers  recap, client/server is an architecture in which the user's PC (the client) is the requesting machine, and the server is the supplying machine, both of which are connected via a local area network (LAN) or wide area network (WAN). Throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s, client/server was the hot buzzword as applications were migrated from centralized minicomputers and mainframes to networks of desktop computers. To be a true client/server environment, both client and server must share in the business Read More...
ERP for Services (Non-manufacturing)
Typically, ERP systems designed for services industries offer modules that provide back-office support, customer relationship management, time management, expense management, resource management, a...
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Essential ERP-Its Underpinning Technology
In its simplest sense, enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems create interactive environments designed to help companies manage and analyze the business

architecture tiers  La différence entre une architecture deux tiers et trois tiers est expliquée à la figure 1. Dans l’architecture deux tiers, l’ordinateur client se connecte à un seul serveur. Le serveur contrôle généralement la base de données centralisée alors que le client s’occupe de l’interface utilisateur. La différence entre les deux réside dans le fait que le serveur répond aux requêtes de plusieurs clients, alors que les postes clients ne soumettent leurs requêtes généralement qu’à un Read More...
How to Make Virtualized iSCSI SANs Work for You
Enterprises of all sizes are building flexible storage infrastructures by using iSCSI and virtualization technologies that let them allocate and shift storage

architecture tiers  and the PS Series architecture nearly eliminates downtime caused by expanding or managing a storage system. Because capacity can be added so easily, IT managers need to buy only the storage necessary for today's applications, easing budget constraints caused by excessive purchases. Additional benefits of the virtualized SAN environment include the transparent application of storage tiers. EqualLogic storage groups can use multiple storage tiers contained within the storage pool and automatically optimize Read More...
Contributing to the Rejuvenation of Legacy Systems in the Enterprise Resource Planning Field
With its focus on service-oriented architecture, SSA Global appears to be sticking to its pledge to protect the user's investment as much as it can, while still

architecture tiers  Business Strategy SSA Open Architecture follows a logical approach based on strategic business processes in order to deliver a message platform which is organized around four basic service tiers: people-oriented services decision-making services business process services application services We will get into more detail shortly as to what these different service tiers represent. For now, let us explain what this strategy intends to deliver, starting with the most important element, which is preserving Read More...
A New Development Framework on iSeries or i5/OS: Architecture
It is feasible to create native, intuitive and graphical business applications using just available software in i/OS and Open source Java. Using iSeries as an

architecture tiers  on iSeries or i5/OS: Architecture Introduction The iSeries server, IBM's showpiece and well-known successor of the AS/400, has been implemented on a large scale over the past twenty-five years in small and medium businesses (SMB). This midrange computer is still being praised because of its operational ease-of-use, its reliability, flexibility, and scalability. However, because it lacks a graphical user interface and poorly integrates with other software products, its use has declined and users have Read More...
Computer Guidance Corp’s Construction ERP Longevity
I have only recently been made aware of Computer Guidance Corporation (CGC) and its leading construction ERP solution for architecture, engineering, and

architecture tiers  planning (ERP) solution for architecture, engineering, and commercial construction companies, even though the company has been around for over 30 years. CGC’s eCMS Construction ERP solution had then and still has among the best construction accounting, payroll, and job cost functionality around (see Figure 1).   Figure 1 . eCMS Look and Feel   The feature-rich application set, Web-based access, and integrated BI and analytics applications (e.g., bid data analysis) are just some of the areas where Read More...
Adaptive Discovery Enables Composite Applications with Real-time Agility
Business process management (BPM) provides adaptability and agility to service-oriented architecture (SOA). The central nervous system in the architecture, it

architecture tiers  and agility to service-oriented architecture (SOA). The central nervous system in the architecture, it orchestrates the services provided by different applications that excel at what they do. And the more powerful the BPM solution used to manage these processes, the easier and more cost-effective it will be to adapt to unique business requirements. Read More...
Architecture Evolution: Service-oriented Architecture versus Web Services
Collaboration and interoperability are critical where multiple business units reside under one larger corporation, or where there is a requirement to integrate

architecture tiers  Evolution: Service-oriented Architecture versus Web Services Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is not the same as Web services: the latter is one concrete way to achieve some benefits of SOA, and specifies a collection of technologies using protocols such as simple object access protocol (SOAP), and languages such as XML. Web services are invoked over the Internet by means of industry-standard protocols, including SOAP; extensible markup language (XML); hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP), Read More...
The Benefits of CRM Internet Architecture
One of the most important aspects of any business management application, including CRM applications, is its underlying architecture. An application’s

architecture tiers  Benefits of CRM Internet Architecture One of the most important aspects of any business management application, including CRM applications, is its underlying architecture. An application’s customizability, adaptability, portability, scalability, and extensibility are all functions of its architecture. A well-designed architecture will thus accommodate growth and adapt to business changes—without affecting the performance of the application or requiring an exhaustive re-implementation. Read More...
Software Architecture Lifecycle Management
To keep a large business on course, you need to have a clear picture of your IT infrastructure. But for many large organizations, that’s easier said than done

architecture tiers  Architecture Lifecycle Management To keep a large business on course, you need to have a clear picture of your IT infrastructure. But for many large organizations, that’s easier said than done. Years of upgrades, maintenance, modifications, and legacy systems left over from mergers and acquisitions can leave you wondering which systems are driving your business and which ones are weighing it down. With a software architecture lifecycle management (SALM) initiative from TEC, you can create a Read More...
Extending COBOL to SOA, Web Services, and Beyond: A Look at the Architecture with a Mainframe Perspective
In the rush to explore the “next big thing” in software technology, it’s easy to forget the huge investment you’ve already made in mainframe assets. These

architecture tiers  A Look at the Architecture with a Mainframe Perspective In the rush to explore the “next big thing” in software technology, it’s easy to forget the huge investment you’ve already made in mainframe assets. These assets have performed the business functions that they were designed for, but it’s OK to remain open to new solutions too. By leveraging existing assets while moving to a service-based architecture, you can extend your existing business resources while saving money. Read More...
Is J. D. Edwards’ xtr@ Ordinary?
J. D. Edwards’ supply chain messaging architecture may make life easier for xtr@ users, but offers questionable benefits for collaboration partners.

architecture tiers  underlying Distributed Object Messaging Architecture (DOMA). Although his bias is forgivable, Schmitt's example is not. It fails to meet one of the most important criteria for collaborative solutions: openness. Market Impact DOMA, the messaging architecture originally developed in 1996 by Numetrix from its Modeling View Control toolset, is proprietary. It was created to alert users of situations requiring their attention such as when forecasts, delivery dates, or replenishment requirements cannot be met. Read More...
Service-oriented Architecture: Improving Agility and Efficiency in Your Enterprise
For many owners, executives, and managers, service-oriented architecture (SOA) has not been clearly defined. Some may have heard the term, and may even have

architecture tiers  executives, and managers, service-oriented architecture (SOA) has not been clearly defined. Some may have heard the term, and may even have read some of what has been written regarding SOA, but most have not had that opportunity. For many, SOA has been left to the IT department. We explain what it is and why it’s important. Read More...
Enterprise IT Modernization: Service-oriented Architecture Enterprise Adoption Road Map
With ever-changing technology, businesses often spend too much time and money trying to sustain their outdated systems. But is it possible to maintain a legacy

architecture tiers  IT Modernization: Service-oriented Architecture Enterprise Adoption Road Map With ever-changing technology, businesses often spend too much time and money trying to sustain their outdated systems. But is it possible to maintain a legacy system without the substantial costs of frequently updating it? By adopting service-oriented architecture (SOA)—which provides a suite of automated tools and services for migrating and extending legacy platforms—businesses can maximize quality and minimize Read More...

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