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On making architectural decisions

It’s hard to argue that the same goal can be achieved by different means. Without restrictions, any decision will be acceptable, and the choice of a supplier of certain technologies, development approaches and utilized patterns and platforms will not have a fundamental impact on the success of the goal. In practice, there are always such

Business Driven Architecture Transformation

Business-Driven, Business and IT Transformation by William Ulrich Presentation Abstract : Billions of dollars of IT investments are disconnected from business strategy and related business priorities, often focused on technical architecture transformation to the exclusion of business transformation perspectives and end customer value. This situation has escalated over the years in spite of the adoption of

Business Gamification

Machine Learning by Krishnapriyan Sridharan Over his career spanning 19 years, Krishnapriyan Sridharan has focused on providing Technology Leadership & Strategic Direction, and Business / Technology architecture Consulting to Organization across multiple business domains. Most recently, he’s been helping a major Healthcare provider in transforming the IT infrastructure to a Digital Enterprise. Krishnapriyan Sridharan

Business Architecture Modeling for Everyone!

UML® Profile for BIZBOK® Guide: Business Architecture Modeling for Everyone! by Chris Armstrong Presentation Abstract: This session will review the UML Profile for BIZBOK® created at the Business Architecture Guild created to increase adoption of BIZBOK®-based modeling for existing UML tool users. Not only does this solution diminish the need for end-users to create

Business Architecture and TOGAF Alignment

Business Architecture and TOGAF alignment by Chalon Mullins  This presentation will provide an update on the collaboration between the Business Architecture Guild and the Open Group on enhancing and updating the business architecture relevant content in The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF).  The presentation will highlight the key changes in TOGAF.  It will also

Designing to Manage Risk in Connected Everything

Designing to Manage Risk in Connected Everything by Wayne Anderson As more and more low-compute devices provide data that was kinetic but inaccessible in yesterday’s industry, we face a new challenge: how to accomplish business operations, realizing new value – while not also greatly increasing risk.  Learn more about approaches to design and apply