From the Back Cover
- Highlighting the importance of Dynamic Warehousing
- Defining your Enterprise Information Architecture from conceptual, logical, component, and operational views
- Using information architecture principles to integrate and rationalize your IT investments, from Cloud Computing to Information Service Lifecycle Management
- Applying enterprise Master Data Management (MDM) to bolster business functions, ranging from compliance and risk management to marketing and product management
- Implementing more effective business intelligence and business performance optimization, governance, and security systems and processes
- Understanding "Information as a Service" and "Info 2.0," the information delivery side of Web 2.0
About the Author
Mario Godinez, Executive IT Architect and IBM Senior Certified IT Architect (SCITA) within IBM’s Worldwide Information On Demand Architecture team, has spent 15+ years helping IBM customers architect and implement complex enterprise solutions.
Eberhard Hechler is an IBM Executive IT Architect and SCITA within the IBM Information Management Advanced Engagement Team and a member of the IBM Academy of Technology.
Klaus Koenig, an IBM Distinguished Engineer, leads major IBM initiatives in Cloud Computing, Green IT, service lifecycle management, and IT process automation.
Steve Lockwood works in the IBM Software Group as an Executive Architect and IBM SCITA and has 20 years experience in building information-related solutions.
Martin Oberhofer works in the IBM Software Group as an Architect for Enterprise Information Architecture with clients worldwide.
Michael Schroeck, a partner and the Global Business Intelligence (BI) and Information on Demand (IOD) Leader for IBM, Global Business Services, specializes in designing and implementing large, complex BI/IOD solutions.