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Assessing IT solutions with CORA

Introduction IT vendors are often very capable in showing the functional and commercial capabilities of their solution. However it is often unsure if these solutions can be integrated into existing IT landscapes properly. Already many examples have shown that the CORA model can […]

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CORA Second Edition

Introduction Since the CORA model book has been published in 2010, we gained a lot of experience in using the model in practice. Moreover, we established a working method which has been applied succesfully for a number of times. So it’s […]

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CORA and cloud computing: part II

Introduction This blog is the second in a series about the CORA model and Cloud Computing. In the first blog the viewpoint of the CORA model was described shortly (being to enforce predictable, repeatable and risk-aware application design on different […]

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CORA and cloud computing: part I

Introduction This blog is the first in a series about the CORA model and Cloud Computing. In this blog the viewpoint of the CORA model is described shortly (being to enforce predictable, repeatable and risk-aware application design on different architecture […]

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SAP assessment with CORA: SOA/ROA style

Introduction

In the second blog in this series a ‘SAP platform decomposition’ was described with regard to SAP CRM en SAP ERP implemented using th N-tier style. In this blog a SAP platform decomposition is performed using a combination of the N-tier and SOA architecture style.

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