JPMorgan Builds New Reference Architecture After Bear Stearns Merger

New York - JPMorgan has built a new reference architecture with a focus on making data easily accessible to users, according to a speaker at the North American Financial Information Summit in New York in May.

Following the merger with Bear Stearns, JPMorgan has reviewed data management processes and focused on creating interaction between the two businesses. As part of this initiative, the firm has built a reference architecture consisting of four main pieces: the loading dock, the database, the

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