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Dr. S. Radhakrishnan is a lead architect and Head of Architecture Services Practice in TATA Consultancy services, a global software and services company based in India, where he analyzes, defines, and implements architectures for enterprise applications. He has been responsible for creating high-volume, mission-critical applications and for providing guidance on enterprise architecture issues to a multitude of international customers. He holds a Ph.D. in computer vision/image processing from the Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai. His active professional interests include Web and distributed architectures, and application and information integration.
For Enterprise Zone | November 30, 2005
Open source software implementations that address business problems lack widespread adoption in enterprises primarily because of concerns over risk, quality of software, and security—and because enterprises lack robust benchmarking mechanisms to address those concerns. This article provides such a benchmarking mechanism based on architecture patterns.
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