Business rules and information systems: aligning IT with by Tony Morgan

By Tony Morgan

Info structures usually fail simply because their standards are poorly outlined. This booklet exhibits IT execs the way to specify extra accurately and extra successfully what their platforms have to do. the major lies within the discovery and alertness of what are referred to as company ideas. A company rule is a compact and straightforward assertion that represents a few very important point of a enterprise. by way of taking pictures the foundations on your enterprise - the good judgment that governs its operation - you are going to achieve the power to create platforms absolutely aligned along with your enterprise needs.In this publication, Tony Morgan presents a radical creation to enterprise ideas, in addition to a realistic framework for integrating them into details structures. He indicates you the way to spot and show enterprise ideas, bargains useful options for his or her use, and explains the major components of good judgment that underpin their application.Topics lined include:# knowing the position of industrial ideas and types in info platforms improvement# utilizing types to constitution and deal with company actions, together with e-commerce# Defining and gaining knowledge of enterprise principles# Controlling enterprise rule caliber# becoming company principles into various technical architectures# enforcing enterprise ideas utilizing on hand technologyWhether you're an analyst, fashion designer, developer, or technical supervisor, the in-depth info and useful point of view during this useful source will consultant you on your efforts to construct rule-centered info platforms that totally aid the ambitions of your company.

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That's fine: All we're saying here is that "separation of concerns" should be your guideline, and you'll have a minimum of three concerns. In the remainder of this chapter, we focus on the business architecture and how we can go about building business models. We cover the technical and component architectures, though in less detail, later in the book, when we discuss realizations. 3 Models Why model? The rationale behind business modeling is very much tied up with the area usually described as requirements analysis.

The majority of problems can be traced back to the lack of a sufficiently clear definition of business requirements. Regardless of the extent to which we introduce automation into development, we can take some sensible actions right away. State business needs in a form that is easy to understand for the business owner. Structure these business descriptions so that they can be checked for coverage and consistency and can be navigated by automation tools. Use these structured and logically consistent descriptions to drive the development process.

In fact, they're right, although maybe not for their original reasons. The computing usage tends to lump together things that are separated more clearly in the world of bricks and mortar. It's too late, though; the computing usage has already made it into dictionary definitions! Generally speaking, you can expect an architecture in the computing sense to cover two main things: Definitions of the various kinds of building blocks available Rules that govern how these can be put together to make a more complex artifact As we'll see, several kinds of architectures are possible, each with its own set of parts and construction rules.

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