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Alan Morrison: Zero-Copy Integration and Radical Simplification

“Clearly, we should be incentivizing what graph platform Cinchy calls ‘zero-copy integration’--a way of radically reducing unnecessary data duplication.”

In an era where the data-centric architecture Semantic Arts advocates should be the norm, application-centric architecture still predominates. But data-centric architecture doesn’t just reduce the cost of applications. It also attacks the data duplication problem attributable to poor software design. This article explores how expensive data duplication has become, and how data-centric, zero-copy integration can put enterprises on a course to simplification.

Read the full article on Semantic Arts