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What are the differences between improving the design (and operation) of an aircraft engine, a muscle car, a large enterprise, and/or an integrated commercial global cloud services platform …all running at hyperscale?

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Question: What are the differences between improving the design (and operation) of:

  • an aircraft engine,
  • a muscle car,
  • a large enterprise, and/or
  • an integrated commercial global cloud services platform
  • …all running at hyperscale?

Answer: None.

Scroll down to see the use cases; then the list of resources at the bottom of this article.

Use Case 1: Aircraft engine, and
Use Case 2: 
Muscle car

Continuous Transformation 2

Use Case 3: Large enterprise operating at hyperscale, and
Use Case 4: 
Integrated commercial global cloud services platform operating at hyperscale

Continuous Transformation 1.png

References

  1. Continuous Transformation and Transformative Change are key principles of the Total Enterprise Architecture Model (TEAM) (click here)
  2. To dig deeper, check out Graphitization of the Enterprise (click here)
  3. [Enterprise Architecture, Big Data, CRM, ERP, …] Tools and Methods Don’t Generate Business Value (click here)

Best regards,

Michael Herman
Enterprise Architect and Data Scientist
Parallelspace Corporation
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Is there an Industry or Microsoft definition for Hyperscalability?

Is anyone aware of an industry or Microsoft definition for Hyperscalability? …for example, from an Internet of Things (IoT) perspective?

How about something like this?

Hyper Scalability 1-0-1.png

Best regards,

Michael Herman (Toronto)
Parallelspace Corporation
mwherman@parallelspace.net

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