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Assessing Blockchain Platforms

by Homan Farahmand  |  April 11, 2019

What constitutes a blockchain platform, its design goals, and how that should be assessed have been a source of passionate debate among experts. This can be confusing for technical professionals...

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Machine Learning Integration Options

by Paul Debeasi  |  January 30, 2019

Machine learning projects are inherently different from traditional IT projects in that they are significantly more heuristic and experimental, requiring skills spanning multiple domains, including statistical analysis, data analysis and...

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Successful Blockchain Adoption May Not Start with a Use case

by Homan Farahmand  |  August 24, 2018

Successful blockchain adoption requires planning for converged business remodeling tasks and technical effort to experiment with the new ideas. If your first reaction to blockchain adoption is to quickly find...

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Logical Data Warehouse (LDW) Design and Barcelona

by Henry Cook  |  February 9, 2018

In my last blog, I mentioned some books I'd recently rediscovered. This reminded me of two more books that many IT architects would find interesting - and that in turn reminded...

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Logical Data Warehouse Project Planning

by Henry Cook  |  January 18, 2018

As this new year started I was reminded of a suggestion by my friend and colleague Erik to blog a diagram I was using that illustrates the size and shape of Logical...

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Testing Your IAM Planning Decisions Needs a Robust Risk Model

by Homan Farahmand  |  April 27, 2016

IAM planners/architects can greatly benefit from predicting the impact of a prioritization decision on operational risk, before making the actual decision. Why? Because testing an IAM planning decision in a...

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Chasing the Long Tail of Fine-grained Authorization

by Homan Farahmand  |  February 9, 2016

Coarse-grained and fine-grained authorization are similar to classic and quantum physics in many ways. One studies the larger objects and the other deals with subatomic particles. With what scientists know...

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When IAM Meets (the Idea Of) Blockchain!

by Homan Farahmand  |  January 24, 2016

It seems the technology market has an emerging champion, Blockchain! Every day we hear how Blockchain can change the world. What most interest me is how Blockchain may affect the...

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Visualizing the Discipline of Cloud Architecture

by Richard Watson  |  February 9, 2015

Cloud architecture is a hot topic in my Gartner client discussions. Experienced architects understand that cloud represents a discontinuity in established patterns and we need new architecture models and practices...

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PLURES ex UNIS – an architecture model for digitalized business

by Mark Mcdonald  |  March 2, 2013

“Many out of one” is the rough translation.  The term sounds familiar.  Its opposite- e pluribus unum 'one out of many' – is the motto of the United States.   The...

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