by: Jim Wilt So, you are an architect. What does this mean? How do you define yourself? Iasa has worked with more than 7,000 architects to create a common definition and understanding of IT Architecture as expressed by five pillars: Business Technology Strategy; Human Dynamics; Quality Attributes; IT Environment; and Design, and to create a
by: Black Duck Software Open source software (OSS) is pervasive in today?s deployed software and the supply chain. Gartner estimates that by 2016, open source will be included in mission-critical software packages in 99 percent of global enterprises. There are over a million freely downloadable open source components that development organizations can use to build
by: Santos Pardo Santos Pardos nos dará una visión general a TOGAF. Durante 2 horas, Santos nos introducirá al mundo de The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), ese marco de trabajo de Arquitectura Empresarial que muchos escuchamos hablar. Nos contará el enfoque propuesto para el diseño, planificación, implementación y gobierno de una arquitectura empresarial de
by:Bill Estrem, President of Metaplexity Associates LLC Get Lucky: Building Risk Management into Enterprise Architecture from iasaglobal
By: Badar Munir Since 1990s, Paradigm shifts in global economy are being witnessed. These shifts are influenced by multiple factors such as digitization, globalization, emergence of new social interaction platforms, changes in customer behaviors, disruptive technologies and emerging markets.
By: Dave Manning, IT Enterprise Architect, Idaho Power David provides a case study and discussion of how Idaho Power is expanding the role of Enterprise Architecture through the use of non-architects practicing architecture.
On August 23rd the the Puget sound chapter organized a panel discussion on the trials of implementing true Enterprise Architecture – with Mark Kovach, Enterprise architect with GroupHealth Cooperative, Tim Stern Security architect with Costco and moderator Scott Whitmire, EA Nordstrom, CITA-P.
A center of excellence in architecture must be based on coordinating and leading the engagement model for all architecture related activities throughout the enterprise with a focus on value. Iasa's focus on connected skilled architects as the only focus of an architecture program fundamentally shifts the focus from framework to staff. It answers the question