Technology Capability Architecture

Technology Capability Architecture describes what core functionalities an information system will be able to deliver. The typical method to identify whether a particular wording is describing a capability is to test it by ‘time’, for example:

  • Does it describe a long term functional need, name is usually consistent over time? If yes, it is could be a technical capability term.
  • Does it describe design or solution? If yes, then it is probably a design pattern rather than capability.
  • Does it describe a rather vague term that is driven by market demand? If yes, then it is probably a value proposition.

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Data Integration has a critical role in developing data-driven applications. The solution market is relatively over-crowded. These section provides a structured approach to take a look fundamentals.

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