Enterprise Infrastructure

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Complex Event Processing

Nontechnical Infrastructure for BI Applications Article by Larissa Moss (published in DM Review Magazine January 2003)

This article is excerpted from Business Intelligence Roadmap: The Complete Project Lifecycle for Decision-Support Applications (Addison- Wesley, 2003). All material is copyrighted by Larissa Moss, Shaku Atre and Addison-Wesley.

“An enterprise infrastructure is to business intelligence (BI)
applications what a transportation infrastructure is to automobile
owners. In order to safely and comfortably travel with an automobile,
there must be a physical infrastructure, such as roads, bridges,
traffic lights and traffic signs, as well as nonphysical
infrastructure, such as standardized traffic rules and their
interpretation. For example, without the universal interpretation of
the rules “green means go” and “red means stop,” traffic lights would
be of no use. Similarly, an enterprise infrastructure consists of two
major components: ”              ….


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