Iasa thought leader and CITA-P, Wayne Filin-Matthews, caught up with Prakash Sethuraman, Chief Architect from HSBC, to discuss considerations and actions in scaling agile architecture in the enterprise.
Had a great time catching up with Hans Timmerman, CTO of Dell, on Digital Transformation and Engineering.
We sat down with Amar Kalvikatte from Liberty Global to discuss the cloud and building out the right infrastructure and capabilities for the organizations.
Large scale change is in the air. A unique look at one of the top thought leaders in Sweden and digital transformation. To better understand the services within your organization and how to design the company of the future, dont miss this interview.
Victor Cuervo, responsable de arquitectura de una de las mayores aseguradoras de España, nos revela algunas de las mejores prácticas que ha practicado durante su carrera y da algunos consejos muy útiles sobre porque la arquitectura del software es útil y como aplicarla con una metodología lean/scrum.
I just finished reading this article from VentureBeat: https://venturebeat.com/2018/04/21/the-traditional-ceo-cio-relationship-is-changing/ It seems the CIO is getting popular again in executive circles. I have predicted this for many years as digital society forces technologists out into the lime-light and as business, government, and society run more and more on technology over antiquated business patterns. I predict further
Datacloud Asia 2018 (22 MARCH 2018, CAPELLA SINGAPORE) Now in its second year BroadGroup’s event for the Asia data center and cloud industry returns to Singapore, and takes place on March 22nd. Following the huge success of the 2016 event, the congress will again bring together enterprises assessing IT footprint in the Asia region plus
An enterprise architecture team has a tall order getting a digital transformation program off the ground. We met up with Gari Garcia, Enterprise Architect IAG GBS, to discuss. We covered a range of great topics including digital strategy formation and development, PMO integration, innovation management, execution and delivery as well as architecture team building.
There is a lot of fear and uncertainty in our profession right now, and rightly so. The architecture practice, especially the enterprise architecture, of the past 10-15 years is dead. I am reasonably certain that architecture never actually lived, just wandered around companies like zombies looking for brains. "Architecting the enterprise" and governance thinking from EA
Let me start by contradicting my headline. I love frameworks. DODAF, FEAF, MODAF, TOGAF, Zachman etc. are all excellent tools for architecture teams to use when they are ready and when the team members are skilled enough to use them. Each brings different strengths and weaknesses, and can help an experienced team do very interesting