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Architecting the Industrial Internet by Carla Romano, Robert Stackowiak, Shyam Nath

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Summary

This chapter described linking the business and usage requirements gathered earlier with a functional viewpoint. You should now understand the functionality provided in the control, operations, information, application, and business domains. As we described the functionality, we provided guidance regarding the components in our solution that will be part of each domain and aligned the domains to the capabilities needed in our supply chain optimization project.

You should now also understand what an agile development environment is and why it is a preferred methodology in Industrial Internet projects. We described some of the approaches used to ensure that rapid delivery of solution increments occurs.

Now, it is time to turn our attention ...

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