Reference data management is moving from a collection of independent silos to fully architecture environments. During this move-over, architectural patterns are being deliberately imposed across environments and at the level of the applications. Malcolm Chisholm, Principal, AskGet.com, is an expert on reference data environments and their complex architecture, and in this podcast, he shares how to see success and avoid pitfalls. Download the podcast or transcript (links below).
Examining Architectural Patterns for
Reference Data Environments
- How can architectural patterns have a direct bearing on the success of reference data environments?
- How can anti-patterns have deleterious effects on reference data environments?
- How does one manage patterns and govern their implementation in reference data environments?
- And more...
If you make incorrect architectural decisions at the outset they’re going to be very difficult and very costly to remediate later on.
“An architecture could be done ad hoc; you try to do it each time in a unique fashion. But a better approach is to start with a set of patterns, where for each pattern you have a idea of when it is applicable, when it is useful, and when it is not.”