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London ITARC – May 26, 2017

We just added this NEW ITARC discussing Transformations in IT architecture at the wonderful 1 Wimpole Street in London. Some of our topics are to transforming engineering, architects as business and government leaders, basic building blocks of the digital age, and agility in the cloud era. Speakers confirmed are Tibi Covaci, Barry O’Reilly, Paddy Baxter

January 2017 eSummit – Technical Disaster Response

Technical Disaster Response presented by Lewis Curtis While not well known, during times of man-made and natural disasters Microsoft provides a reactive technical response capabilities to communities during their time of need. In the last 5 years,  MSDR has completed over 154 missions in over 30 countries with over 400 employees to help agencies reduce

January 2017 eSummit: Guiding Your Digital Transformation

Guiding Your Digital Transformation by Jim Wilt Digital Transformation is real.  Transformations are when bleeding edge technologies and practices transform into mainstream.  This discussion is coming from a base of experience in transformations and their uniqueness.  It will be pragmatic and tied to a true north in strategic change management.

1 November eSummit – Developing Product Plans for Software Solutions

by Brian Loomis Brian Loomis is an enterprise architect, providing leadership and hands-on consulting experience to a wide variety of customers in multiple industry segments, centered around understanding business value in the context of organizational goals, building team-centric organizations, and aligning innovative technology. He directly advises CIO’s, CFO’s and senior IT staff at both Fortune

3 November eSummit – The Art of Organizing Architecture

by Paul Preiss Emergent architecture and design have become deeply popular topics in Agile circles. From emergent in the since of coming into being to emergent in the sense of the hidden being made plain, the notion captures the basic principle of making decisions as late as possible. This concept leads to a natural question.

4 November eSummit – Using Architecture Principles in Practice

by Eoin Woods An important part of an architect’s work is identifying the priorities and constraints that need to be respected if a system is to maintain its technical integrity and meet its key requirements—particularly its (nonfunctional) quality properties. A common problem is how to capture and communicate these architectural constraints without being excessively prescriptive

Business and IT Architecture Leaders Deliver Service Excellence

by Brice Ominski Overview To achieve true digital transformation for any organization, the IT architecture team works proactively alongside the executive leadership and business stakeholders. This approach leverages both business and technical leadership, to allow the organization’s understanding of business and information technology to evolve. We’ve seen numerous articles pointing out how IT architecture frameworks