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Differentiating Features of MIKE2.0

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We believe that MIKE2.0 within the Open Methodology Framework provide a unique model for developing a collaborative, methodological approach for solving business and technology issues related to Enterprise Information Management. MIKE2.0 can help organisations to move towards a software development approach focused on Information Development. Listed below are what the MIKE2.0 Leadership Team believes are the most Differentiating Features of MIKE2:

Comprehensive

  • Architecturally-driven approach that is not linked to any vendor (although there are vendor-specific assets)
  • Provides a method, not a “solution” before the problem is known
  • The method is content-rich, with detailed technical assets to help provide the “how”
  • Ties tactical into the strategic vision – we are always able to be present “where to next”
  • Can be used in complementary fashion to other Enterprise Frameworks such as Zachman and TOGAF
  • Can be applied at the enterprise level, but allows for tactical projects
  • Starts with “Foundation Capabilities” but also includes advanced technologies (SOA, Search, unstructured data management)

Innovative

  • Open Source version hosted within a collaborative environment is a truly unique offering
  • Fully based on Open Source technologies
  • Provides a mechanism to drive new standards through an open methodology for Information Development
  • Will drive new Open Source technology development in the Data Management space

Collaborative

  • Better means to provide feedback on value of content through Talk Page discussions and Peer Reviews
  • Balances adding new content with release stability through a Release Cycle
  • Allows contributions from a global data management community
  • Housed within an overall collaborative framework providing tools and technology
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