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The Iasa Engagement Model – The Working Groups Series Part I

Iasa’s focus has always been, and will continue to be, to empower aspiring and practicing architects to be business technology strategists for their organization. The ITABoK provides an awareness-level review of the broad set of skills every IT architect needs to be successful as a practicing architect. The process used to identify the skills is

The Information Technology Architecture Body of Knowledge (ITABoK) version 3.0

As the IT Architecture profession evolves, we continue to expand and update our globally recognized IT Body of Knowledge (ITABoK) to version 3. The ITABoK, meant as a people framework as opposed to a process, methodology or standard, has been developed through a voluntary consensus process that brings together practicing architects devoted to closing the

Big Data Platform: Improve Your Odds with Predictability

by Bhagvan Kommadi The topic which will be presented by me at the March eSummit (register here) is Big Data Platform: Improve Your Odds With Predictability on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 4 P.M. C.S.T. Big Data platform has discovery and prediction consists of Clustering, Outlier detection and affinity analysis. Clustering is detecting natural groupings. Outlier

Enterprise Messaging Platform

by Bhagvan Kommadi Introduction Messaging Product is envisioned as a messaging platform for communication between consumers. It can be extended to B2C and B2B depending on the context. The messaging platform can be white labelled to be embedded in another product or standalone for specific brands or influencer promotions. The product can be used as

Internet of Things (IoT) Recap

Iasa Topic of the month: Internet of Things (IoT) Each month Iasa will cover a new trending topic via eSummits (virtual conferences), interviews, articles and guest blog appearances. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects-devices, vehicles, buildings and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity-that enables these objects to collect

Architecting for IoT

by Subhash Chowdary As we enter the next age of the industrial revolution, there is an air of rebellion. Enterprises are under attack on many fronts. If you have data of any value you most probably have been hacked. Unicorns are disrupting traditional businesses. RABBITs (Real, Actual, Business, Building, Interesting, Technologies) are hopping all over the