The physical design of data can be seen in the schema. In this case, you can see that the star schema has been used. The star schema is a common and simple schema style. The star schema consists of one or more fact tables which reference any number of dimension tables. The dimension tables provide
As the juggernaut of IoT and Cognitive Computing continues it is becoming evident that we will need a much more robust Identity solution than the ones we currently have. A large part of this is due to the fact that systems are more and more interacting with each other and invoking actions on behalf of
The concept of cloud brokerage is interesting. First if you ask any CSP (cloud service provider) they will tell you right away that the extra layer provided by a broker is simply applied cost. Why is that? First off the CSP is now abstracted from their customer. They no longer directly influence the customer, the
An Architectural feature comparison of the two most prevalent public clouds, Amazon Web Services and Windows Azure. This presentation will feature a side-by-side architectural comparison of the features of Amazon Web services and Windows Azure covering categories such as: • Deployment, Management and Automation • Compute • Storage • Messaging • Email • Networking •
By: Scott Andersen The ethics of software architecture are comprised of a series of responses to regulatory and other formal requirements. Building a system that violates the law isn’t ethical and it’s pretty much wrong to boot. But there are a number of other ways you can get into ethical dilemmas as a software architect
By: Elton Chew ITARC Singapore 2010: Desktop as a Service through a Private Cloud Architecture. Presented by Elton Chew, Senior Manager, Citrix Consulting.