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This program explains retail architecture from a piece of wire to the Internet of Things and everything in between. Enables individuals to understand the architecture components and how they fit together.
Why take this course
- It shows how all the puzzle pieces fit together to create a modern agile dynamic environment.
- For anyone interested in retail technology, it provides an education.
- For clients new to retail technology, it provides an overview of the components of retail technology to enable them to become quickly adapted to the retail world
- For retailers who are merging companies, it provides a framework for migrating all the different systems into a homogeneous model so the people at the top can properly manage the company.
- For retailers who are upgrading systems, it explains all the architectural pieces needed to create an agile dynamic flexible environment. Typically they only get one of the pieces and not a holistic view. It introduces them to the options available as one solution isn’t necessarily the best for all situations, for example when to use a monolithic model vs a service oriented architecture model vs a microservices model.
- For vendors it provides a framework for upgrading/including their systems in the new microservices architectural model.
- Engineers and Developers new to retail.
- CIO’s, CTO’s interested in understanding that which they manage
- Enterprise Architects in retail looking to upgrading their enterprise
- Technology students looking to get into retail
- Business Architects who wish to understand the technology side of retailing
- Lesson 01: Introduction and Overview
- Lesson 02: Retail Network Fundamentals
- Lesson 03: Master Data Management
- Lesson 04: Messaging
- Lesson 05: Services
- Lesson 06: Service Choreography
- Lesson 07: Retail Business Process Model
- Lesson 08: Cloud Computing
- Lesson 09: Unified Commerce
- Lesson 10: Internet of Things
Instructor: Richard Halter
1995 – created 1st integrated internet credit card authorization application
1999 – joined ARTS
1999 – present – involved in creating all ARTS standards; Retail technology reports, data model, XML schemas, UnifiedPOS Devices, RFP/ITT’s, Business Process Model, best practices papers and a variety of architecture drawings. 2016 – taught ARTS standards in 5 continents to companies representing over 100,000 stores. Microsoft Certified Developer in MFC.