In the previous part of this blog series we shared three little known points around Exalytics. These discoveries were learned while implementing some of the largest North American deployments of Exalytics. These blogs are meant to be the precursor for a webinar around the entire topic of Exalytics. You can find the first blog here, the following four points are the second part of our open discussion.
As I approach my ten year work anniversary with CheckPoint, I begin to ponder on the various reasons why the organization has been so successful and taken to new heights year over year. While taking a hard look at my surroundings, I developed a top three list of components that helped define our success.
When creating documentation it is important to have a template (or multiple templates) so anyone who reads the documentation can follow the instructions. When creating the documentation you should have clear instructions with steps as well as graphics pointing to what exactly needs to be done in order for anyone, from an end user to an IT rep to follow.
- Tired of non-stop fire-drills throughout your project?
- How do you establish success criteria and critical path for your implementation?
- When a solution architect or developer makes assumptions -- we all know how that goes...