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Architectural Trade-offs

        posted by , April 17, 2011

We would all like to have our cake and eat it too — but sometimes it is difficult. There are eternal trade-offs that are difficult (perhaps impossible) to overcome.

Below are some of the big ones facing enterprise architecture today.

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