A session at ArchConf

Tuesday 5th April, 2016

1:30pm to 3:00pm (PST)

Data integration costs are well beyond what they should be for such a crucial business function. The good news is that they needn't be. By relying on integration-friendly standards and technologies that were designed to support sharing information, we can reduce these costs while increasing our business capabilities.

Technologies don't magically become solutions. They are used within domain, design and deployment contexts. This talk will focus on the singular notion of Integration and how it cross-cuts the distributed systems we are building.

We will look at how the REST Architectural style leads us to integration-friendly standards such as RDF, Linked Data, SPARQL and JSON-LD. These technologies are useful both within our firewalls and with third party partners.

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Brian Sletten

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Time 1:30pm3:00pm PST

Date Tue 5th April 2016

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  • Resource-Oriented Architecture Patterns for Webs of Data
  • Beautiful Architecture

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