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Whitepaper: Introduction to Alloy by IBM and SAP
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July 31, 2012
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Technical White Paper: Alloy by IBM and SAP
provides a high-level overview of Alloy architecture, benefits, requirements for deployment, deployment and customization options, and an example of an Alloy deployment plan.
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