Davor Andric answer to “Digitalization of Critical Public Infrastructure – is There More to it Than Security Threats?” By Philipp Elkuch

@Philip I like yours „What owners and operators should do now?”. From my perspective, we need to be much more concrete by operationalization of your eligible proposed actions as concrete salable services / packages for industry clients. I try it by example on our protocol aspect. There are good base for operationalization with MQTT. Yes we have to continue protocol development, but the current maturity of MQTT is good and build base for industry application...

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What does Digital Transformation mean for the Banking Industry? The Bank of the future can focus on customer products/automated processes and customer focused services. Your thoughts?

Digital is long arrived in Banking, now experiences banking the Digital Transformation as revolution. Banking Industry as we know will change. One part is the customer interactions as example in retail banking are de facto Digital. The statement of Brett King –“Why Banking Is No Longer Somewhere You Go But Something You Do” – “Bank 3.0” applies to retail banking exactly. But the real value is the new source of business as KICKSTARTER for crowd funding investment or PayPal for payment. These are practical and they grow bank business and create facts for new business models. From my point of view on near future Digital will be as part of our corporate banking business.

My Answer to discussion from Danny Weinberger on LinkedIn.

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Digital Transformation as business driver

Companies vitally need excellent technical people who are able to shape business strategy by use our technical power to ensure the future of the company.

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NoSQL, Graph Database for Enterprises – How to derive Logical Graph Domain Data Model from Logical Domain Data Model?

NoSQL_Relational_to_Graph_Principle_Map

As announced in my last post, today I will look to possibilities for graph modeling. Here I will briefly address why is necessary to use a defined approach to design a Logical Graph Domain Data Model.
I want to explain a Logical Graph Domain Data Model based on proven Logical Domain Data Model. Starting from this definition, I will derive the graph view. From a logical point of view there is no difference on the business entities but on the relations between entities on meaningful attributes to define allow traversal through the logical graph.

Advantages of Relational Database (RDB)
Advantages of Relational Database (RDB) are building for many years on formal approach they are defined within different models views and design decisions to create a Conceptual, Logical and Physical Domain Dat...

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NoSQL, Graph Databases for Enterprises – Aspects and Requirements

NoSQL, Graph Databases - Enterprise Requirements

Current I’m focused to large enterprises and consult them designing and implementing IT solutions for their core business. These projects formed my point of view on NoSQL graph databases I present in this blog. My point of view is practice driven and based on my many real life experiences with projects and products as a solution architect, which is my main project role. I already came in touch with NoSQL for 3 years ago by design of the Solution for Stem Cell matching. Since then I can see a significant increase in the need for graph databases  in enterprise environments. This is also reflected by the trend analysis of Google searches.

NoSQL, Graph Databases on Google Trends

NoSQL, Graph Databases on Google Trends

This increased need in the industry for graph databases has been very little considered so far...

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About Me

Architecture, Development, JEE

Davor Andric,
Solution & Enterprise Architect

I am an engineer, software developer, architect father of two children and husband. I have been working in the consulting and software industry since the mid-90. From this time, I deep into the then- new world of web and object- oriented software. I spend much of my time as a developer, consultant and trainer helping people develop their enterprise solutions, systems and applications. In 2001 I joined to Computer Science Corporation in Germany.

In me meet two worlds, creative, impulsive Croatian and conscientious and accurate German. These differing philosophies are not easy to keep in the symbiosis and are often a bit of a challenge, but they make me a different and other.

My main interest is to mastering the complexity at a sufficient...

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Professional experience

CSC Deutschland Solutions GmbH,  Jun 2002 – present (12 years)

  • Leading Consultant as Solution & Enterprise Architect, 01/2005 to present,
  • Senior Professional as Application Architect & Developer, 07/2003,
  • Professional as Application Developer, 07/2002 in Industry: Information Technology & Services

PSA Finance Deutschland GmbH,

  • Application Architect and Application Developer, Industry: Financial Services – Apr 1998 – Jun 2002 (4 years).

On my study time I work for

  • UEC GmbH as a Application Developer, Industry: Computer Software and for
  • Bit Connection GmbH as a Application Developer, Industry: Information Technology & Services. – Aug 1994 – Apr 1998 (4 years)
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Languages

German  (fluent)
Croatian (fluent)
English (good knowledge)

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Educational Background

Technician Electrical Engineering, Tuzla, Bosinen and Herzegovina
Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, Johan Wolfgang Gothe University Frankfurt, Germany
Master of Computer Science, University of Darmstadt (Hochschule), Germany

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Disclosures

Sometimes I write something on the Web. It is advisable for me to point out my financial and other interests, so that people have a sense of my preferences and orientation.

That what I write is not the opinion, view or even official position of CSC. This is only my opinion and my point of view of things.

I am an employee of CSC and obtain a salary from CSC. I have a voice in CSC business direction, but I don’t have a significant impact and influence on it. My other small source of non-investment income comes from my consulting activities for small and middle business.

My financial investments are the old school: houses and insurance. Other my parents inherited my few forests and land. I do not hold any direct investments in companies.

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