Organizations that exercise effective planning and considered thinking can provide speedy time to value while also ensuring year-on-year value from their SAS solutions.
Delivering an effective SAS solution requires SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely) non-functional (NF) requirements and constraints to be gathered and clearly stated.
When executing SAS solution implementation projects, organizations should look to leverage specialists in the area of SAS technical architecture design and installation activities.
These are just three take-aways you’ll learn in this SAS Global Forum 2013 paper by Simon Williams of SAS. In this paper, Williams provides a short overview of SAS solution components, followed by a focus on technical architecture design concepts, delivering the technical architecture design, and the installation activities.
Read the full paper: Why It Pays to Think About Technical Architecture Design Before You Act.