For my next instalment on the Common Domain Model (CDM) myth-busting series, I wanted to respond to one of the most frequent criticisms being levelled at it. The one that I hear most often can be summarised as this: “The CDM is a solution looking for a problem.”
This is my second post in the Common Domain Model (CDM) myth-busting series. “CDM is for blockchain”. I really like this one because, like any good old myth, it features a fantastic beast with a tantalising name.
Regulatory reporting has been a persistent challenge for financial institutions but impending compliance deadlines in 2022 are creating a new impetus for change.
They say a week is a long time in politics, well twelve months is certainly a long time in the life of the Common Domain Model.
As we enter 2022 it is a good time to reflect on how the Common Domain Model has developed over the last 12 months and the opportunities ahead in what will be a busy year for its development.
This post is the first in a series where we’re going to discuss the Common Domain Model (CDM). We want to try and uncover some fundamental truths by dispelling some myths about the CDM.