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1 Envisioned Technological Architecture of INEGI Towards an Enterprise Architecture Meeting on the Management of Statistical Information Systems (MSIS 2013) Paris, France, and Bangkok, Thailand, April 2013

2 Context Main functions of INEGI: –Coordination of a National Statistical and Geographical Information System –Production of statistical and geographical information for official use

3 Information Production Fields

4 Organizational Structure vs GSBPM Business Processes

5 COORDINATION PRODUCTION DISSEMINATIONDISSEMINATION Information Structures METADATA MICRODATA HIGHLY DESAGGREGATED STARS CUBES Information from Internal Projects.xml,.xls,.txt,.csv,.dbf, databases (row data) INTEGRATIONINTEGRATION D ATA W AREHOUSE External Information from the SNIEG.xml,.xls,.txt,.csv,.pdf,.dbf, Databases SERVICES Production databases.xml,.xls,.txt,.csv,.dbf, (other files/products) Geographical Databases, Special Services, Information Banks Historical Records

6 WEB Paper Internet Mobile devices Process Management FILE INTEGRATION Collection and Integration of Information QUESTIONNAIRES GENERATOR SYSTEMS AND TOOLS Paper Internet Mobile devices Paper Internet Mobile devices

7 COMPUTING DATA Technological Platform ALTERNATE SITE Clustering Virtualization Storage Grouping Redundancy Replication Safeguarding Balancing Edge Security Secure Access

8 Business Requirements Ease Coordination of National Statistical and Geographical Information SystemEase Coordination of National Statistical and Geographical Information System Improve efficiency of the internal processesImprove efficiency of the internal processes Delivery of Information (opportunity, localization, visualization interpretation)Delivery of Information (opportunity, localization, visualization interpretation) Comparability, best practicesComparability, best practices Communication and participation from the societyCommunication and participation from the society Open dataOpen data Internal skills growingInternal skills growing Use of big dataUse of big data Historical RecordsHistorical Records Ease Coordination of National Statistical and Geographical Information SystemEase Coordination of National Statistical and Geographical Information System Improve efficiency of the internal processesImprove efficiency of the internal processes Delivery of Information (opportunity, localization, visualization interpretation)Delivery of Information (opportunity, localization, visualization interpretation) Comparability, best practicesComparability, best practices Communication and participation from the societyCommunication and participation from the society Open dataOpen data Internal skills growingInternal skills growing Use of big dataUse of big data Historical RecordsHistorical Records

9 Incorporation of New Technologies Cloud Computing Mobile Technologies Virtualization Augmented Reality Social Networks Reuse, Share, Evolution

10 New Architecture

11 Design of Modules for an Integrated Architecture Business Processes Systems as Building Blocks

12 Characterization of Existent Systems 3.1 Build data collection instrument 4.1 Select sample 4.2 Set up collection 4.3 Run collection 4.4 Finalize collection 5.1 Integrate data Questionnaires Generator Control of Field Operations System Questionnaires Generator Control of Field Operations System “Superbrick”

13 Composition of a Building Block Functionality Data Connector Input Interface Output Interface

14 Benefits of the Approach Easy to adapt to new technologies Ease adoption of various input and output technologies in the same system (during the system’s lifetime) Independence of specific vendor solutions Scalability and flexibility

15 ENVIRONMENTENVIRONMENT Internal logic Application of Viable Systems Theory (Stafford Beer) Classify the logic of each piece of software in three different kinds: –Operations: Functionalities, production –Control: Flow control (1 or many, but one coordinator) –Direction: Provide information (p. configuration files, interfaces)

16 Characteristics of Beer’s model Recursive Clear separation of elements Improves flexibility and addaptability without loosing governability Better maintainability Compatible with the logic of architectural and design patterns

17 Conclusions Technological Architecture is a must to be proactive in a fast paced IT environment Need to be applied in an incremental and contextualized way Standardization facilitates collaboration and solutions sharing Efforts of HLG to have an standardized architecture are valuable More refinement is needed

18 Questions and Feedback

19 Knowing Mexico INEGI Informa THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME


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