Orchestration Whitepaper: Beyond Simple Integration

No system stands alone.  Only a non-traditional approach to data integration - orchestration - allows your organization to have a truly connected enterprise - in context.

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Excerpt from whitepaper

Today in the modern world nothing exists alone - a person, a process step or a technology are all part of something larger. How we interact with the other parts of the whole is defined as orchestration. In the connected enterprise these orchestration steps define success or failure for everyone.

To achieve their full potential, systems must be able to relate to and share information with other systems.  Solving these challenges requires normalizing connectivity and business processes without hard coding, but this isn’t traditional.

“Work is a process, and any process needs to be controlled. To make work productive, therefore, requires building the appropriate controls into the process of work.”

Peter F. Drucker

What you learn from this whitepaper

Understand the failings of only connecting the data - rather than the data to the process.

  • Implications of Data-to-Data Thinking - What happens when your source and target differ?
  • Connect the Process to the Data - What does the configuration approach provide that code-based can't?
  • Maximize Orchestration Outcomes - What are the key factors between success and failure?

Discover the advantages of orchestration and the business challenges it solves.

About the Author

A Few Words

Mark Cowan

Mark Cowan has led the transformation within many organizations. He has also led and contributed to the definition of several patents for data management, distributed system integration, financial systems as well as worked on developing global standards for XML, SOA, Integration, the DMM and the DMBOK. Mark is a recognized expert in system design, integration and business enablement. Today he is the CDO for Put It Forward - The Data Automation Network.

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