Deployment lifecycle embodies the manifestation of a component services to facilitate a business model. The service components of the system architecture are designed, implemented, integrated an deployed. Each service component may be developed independently in parallel up to a point at which integration is required to satisfy deployment requirements. Testing of individual components and integrated versions are required during design, implementation and deployment phases.

Architecture - Event Driven

Architecture consists of specifications for software, hardware and networks for a particular business solution. Architectural artifacts present the structural components of a solution for an significant business challenge. Scope, requirements and use case provide essential inputs to develop meaningful document artifacts for a successful solution.

Ideology: Paradigm and Model

The basic tenet of ideology is founded on a human and societal fixation on models and model category, paradigm.

Project Scope

Project scope provides a first order outline describing the goal, a product or a set of deliverables, as well as a bounding collection of resource requirements. The scope of the project is initially outlined by an enabler, typically OVium, through contact with stakeholders and potential customers for each deliverable. Ultimately the deployment and maintenance of a deliverable product is the goal of the project effort.

Counsel-William Manger JD

Advocacy of OVium is managed by General Counsel William Manger, William Manger received his Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University in 1958, he is a member of the Maryland, California and Washington D.C. bar. William Manger's successful career is focused in transactional corporate, securities, franchise and insurance law. Mr. Manger is also fluent in Mandarin, Russian, German and French as well as familiar with several other languages such as Italian and Arabic.

Campaign Target

Each OVium campaign serves a target brand and revenue stream based on products to sell to customers via various transactional mechanisms, such as straight sale, contests or auctions. Essentially the goal of each campaign is to promote a product to customers. Potential OVium measures for branding and revenue targets are as follows:

Campaign Analysis

OVium campaign evaluation encompasses the ranking of attributes for the product, price, prospective customers, competition, social media content, social media venues and ultimately the shaping of the promotion  to meet emerging market demands. Albeit the product as a discrete or configurable item, personality, service behavior or brand. Aspects of campaign analysis assess search ranking, social media attributes, product attributes and funnel processes.

Departure From Tradition

OVium social media marketing "SMM" processes deviate from traditional integrated marketing efforts as well as other SMM implementations due to an emphasis on search engine strategies and shaping of target and promotional media to advance directly into market areas of greatest strength. The OVium intent is to direct highly successful campaigns that fully engage the state of the art in search technology, social media and human marketing expertise.

Sensor Arrays

OVium provides sensor array solutions to control energy harvesting. For example micro-turbine solutions require efficient collection and mixing of oxygen with methane gases to maintain a consistent turbine compression and energy yield. Ovium deploys zigbee wireless nodes with sensors to monitor and provide feedback control to fuel feeds and oxygen mixing. Other examples could be windmill or solar farm control systems.

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