Building Service-Oriented Banking Solutions with IBM Banking Industry Models and Rational SDP

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Published 22 October 2007, updated 26 October 2007

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IBM Form #: REDP-4232-00
(258 pages)

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Authors: Nick Norris, Brian Yarow, Brian Byrne


Among the critical business success factors for enterprises to realize the value of service-oriented business transformation is the ability to effectively and efficiently analyze the business's needs and use that analysis to drive the transformation of the business and its supporting architecture. A common language, blueprints (models), a governable enterprise service-oriented solution development and delivery platform, and processes are key components and enablers needed to implement these critical business success factors.

This IBM Redpaper covers important aspects of how to implement each of these key components and enablers, and how to use them together to achieve the needed business and technical results. Specifically, this Redpaper provides important positioning information and detailed tooling guidance on how to use IBM Rational Software Delivery Platform (SDP) with IBM Banking Industry Enterprise Models (IFW) to develop and deliver service-oriented banking solutions.

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. IBM Banking Industry Enterprise Models (IFW) overview
Chapter 3. Introduction to the IBM Rational Software Delivery Platform
Chapter 4. Introduction to creating service-oriented business solutions for the financial services sector
Chapter 5. Define Project Scope
Chapter 6. Analyze Processes
Chapter 7. Analyze Services
Chapter 8. Design Services
Chapter 9. Design Processes
Chapter 10. Implement Services and Processes
Appendix A. Workstation configuration and software installation
Appendix B. Modeling project setup and management
Appendix C. IMA generator options

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