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Are you thinking about OSS/BSS Integration?
The Semantic Dialogues tells the story of how National Networks, a fictional telecommunications service provider, pursued and achieved data interoperability within their SOA infrastructure. When the VP of Systems Architecture, Eric Golden, welcomed Mick Dundon, his new director of Data Architecture, he didn't pull any punches. "The top priority for your new team is solving our data problem. National Networks is under pressure from competition and regulators and needs to become more efficient. We can't afford another round of failures in our attempt to control OSS/BSS sprawl." And with those instructions ringing in his ears, Mick built the team that could make it happen.
How does this dialogue evolve? Who's involved and what decisions
are being made? Are they the right ones? Does the story sound familiar?
Read the prologue and first chapter of The Semantic Dialogues today. Then
revisit every two weeks when we post the next chapter. Follow The Semantic Dialogues... they have begun.
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