technical architecture


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technical architecture

A minimal set of rules governing the arrangement, interaction, and interdependence of the parts or elements whose purpose is to ensure that a conformant system satisfies a specified set of requirements.
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Meanwhile, BitCherry is still enthusiastically trying to break the chain of "Impossible Blockchain Triangle" with a lot of innovations have been made at the technical architecture level.
Topics addressed include domain and use case modeling, robustness analysis, technical architecture, code review, design-driven testing, and new components of UML 2.0.
Stepping in to update this system, the Department of Transportation (DOT) has developed the Next Generation 9-1-1 Initiative, a research and development project that aims to develop the technical architecture and a transition plan to move emergency 9-1-1 into the 21st century.
The contract, initially awarded for two years, but with two one-year options, covers consulting services within enterprise and technical architecture, system development, Internet/Intranet and quality assurance.
Because of time constraints, your initial SOX compliance effort may have entailed using your existing technical architecture. However, now that you are in compliance, it's time to re-evaluate that technical architecture.
The technology section covers the technical architecture, the database, what other software is needed, which systems it can integrate with, and similar information.
* Develop and provide operational and technical architecture documentation with an SOS focus.
MBA established MISMO in 1999 to develop the processes, framework and technical architecture for applying XML to all areas in commercial and residential finance.
James Dow is director of the Technical Architecture Group at CS Technology (New York, NY)
This is a mandated standard of the Department of Defense's Joint Technical Architecture. This, and other commercial based information technology protocols and standards are a foundation for achieving Joint, interagency and multi-national interoperability.
The key here is that there is a technical architecture that can support this business requirement."
Each software product was reviewed based on the quality of software functionality, its technical architecture and reliability, its use of industry technology standards, customer satisfaction and the financial viability of the vendors.
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