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Enterprise Architecture PPS


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Enterprise Architecture PPS

  1. 1. Nucleus AE ™ Enterprise Architecture Copyright 1995 - 2006, Binary Star Development Corporation
  2. 2. Nucleus Enterprise Architecture <ul><li>Application Architecture Modernize legacy applications, and accelerate deployment. Standardized infrastructure reduces maintenance effort and cost of support. </li></ul><ul><li>Data Architecture A common vocabulary and standardized information interface connecting both normalized and NNF2 (Multi-value) structures through the Nucleus Query Language (NuQL) </li></ul><ul><li>Business Architecture Supporting common functions, procedures, business rules and industry regulations. </li></ul>Technical Architecture Application Architecture Data Architecture <ul><li>Security Architecture Standardized security policies & guidelines incorporate an Enterprise-wide approach to security across design, development and production environments. Change control and automatic audits enhance security . </li></ul><ul><li>Technology Architecture </li></ul><ul><li>Host Framework mitigates risk. Support for </li></ul><ul><li>HTMLand XML data interchange. </li></ul><ul><li>MvBASIC, VB, Java, C# </li></ul><ul><li>Oracle, DB2 support </li></ul><ul><li>Platform Independence </li></ul><ul><li>GUI, Green Screen and Web </li></ul><ul><li>Desktop Heterogeneity </li></ul>Security Architecture Business Architecture
  3. 3. Nucleus Enterprise Architecture Technical Architecture Application Architecture Data Architecture Security Architecture Business Architecture
  4. 4. Positioning for the future Companies are not about to throw away their massive software investments for completely new architectures, but at the same time, they need a way to leverage their capital investments to provide a path to the future. Nucleus offers a manageable and affordable path to the future, leveraging investments in existing logic, data structures, and reporting, building on existing skill sets, retaining personnel
  5. 5. Evolution not Revolution Nucleus architecture offers an evolutionary path to the future, without a violent upheaval in how things work. Traditional applications can be enhanced with Nucleus, adding features demanded by today’s rapidly changing marketplace, while mitigating the risks of application re-engineering.
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  7. 7. Strong foundation, a new look Existing database structures and definitions, the result of many man-years of effort, provide the initial structure in a Nucleus evolution. It is NOT necessary to re-structure or revise data files or dictionary definitions. It is NOT necessary to re-write existing reports. It is NOT necessary to start over.
  8. 9. Gradual = Manageable Nucleus provides a path to gradually add a new look and feel to existing applications on a prioritized basis, supporting the requirements of management and fulfilling the needs of users. Addressing organizational needs on a prioritized basis within an easily supported and integrated development environment ensures success.
  9. 10. Developmental Collaboration Nucleus Enterprise Architecture enables developers to rapidly deliver working prototypes, enabling collaboration of users, management and IT staff. Application deployment is accelerated, making information systems more flexible while reducing life-cycle costs.
  10. 11. Business Architecture Increasingly complex regulatory environments demand new and innovative approaches to core business processes. Nucleus empowers an organization to rapidly address changing needs, increasing customer demands and industry requirements, through collaboration across organizational boundaries using information technology.
  11. 12. Data Architecture Nucleus Query Language (NuQL) provides a common vocabulary and standardized information interface connecting normalized (flat) and NNF2 (Pick/Pick-like) multi-dimensional structures, extending the capability and life-span of your environment.
  12. 13. Application Architecture Nucleus incorporates a framework designed to provide a standardized structure for developers and a consistency of operation for the user. Consistency enables the programmer to “know where to look”, reducing the time, effort and costs of development and simplifying support.
  13. 14. Security Architecture Nucleus security follows a scheme similar to Unix, where workgroup associations and individual user permissions allow or disallow access. Under Nucleus security, every menu, screen, verb, command, printer or file can be regulated according to workgroup associations. Security is “built-in” - down to the field level.
  14. 15. Technical Architecture A host based framework mitigates risk in application deployment. Every instance of an application will run the same code. Modern technologies including HTML, Java, Visual Basic, .NET and Delphi objects can be incorporated as part of an “application mix”. External databases including Oracle and DB2 can be addressed from Nucleus applications using a commonly available interface.
  15. 16. Platform Independence Platform independence is assured for the developer or VAR. Nucleus applications can run on ANY popular NNF2 (Pick/Pick-like) environment including D3, IBM UniVerse, IBM UniData, jBASE, mvEnterprise, QM / Open QM, Univision or other “Multi-dimensional” platform.
  16. 17. Nucleus: An unfair advantage Nucleus may very well offer an unfair advantage. Accelerated deployment, platform independence, terminal independence without code divergence, GUI - Character based - green screen and web support, all contribute to providing an Enterprise Architecture that can easily be your unfair advantage.
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  18. 19. Unfair features Nucleus is easy to learn and use, building on standard conventions. Features include: <ul><li>Integrated Change Control </li></ul><ul><li>Source code library management </li></ul><ul><li>Extensive programmers workbench </li></ul><ul><li>Data warehousing support </li></ul><ul><li>Rapid prototyping, accelerated deployment </li></ul>
  19. 20. Enterprise Architecture <ul><li>Risk Mitigation </li></ul><ul><li>Accelerating Development </li></ul><ul><li>Managing Deployment </li></ul><ul><li>Legacy modernization </li></ul><ul><li>Web enabling </li></ul><ul><li>XML support </li></ul><ul><li>Flexibility = Competitive advantage </li></ul><ul><li>Reface+Refine+Rework = Reward$ </li></ul>
  20. 21. Nucleus Calendar Column sort “Hot-spots” “Drill-down” Phone-dialer Note window Scroll-bars Thin-client
  21. 22. A product of Binary Star Development Corporation 1640 Riverland Road • Ft. Lauderdale • Florida 33312 • USA VOICE: (954) 791-8575 FAX: (954) 584-4567 email: Evaluation copies are available - please call for availability
  22. 23. An integrated environment for the development, operation and management of business, government and scientific applications.
  23. 24. Nucleus AE ™ Accelerating Development, Empowering Change Copyright 1995 - 2006, Binary Star Development Corporation Nucleus, Nucleus AE, Nucleus NRG, Nucleus X-Ten, StarSite-XML, MvLaser and NRG are Trademarks of Binary Star Development Corporation All other trade names mentioned are the property of their respective owners