Netherlands Chapter



The International Association of IT Architects (IASA) was founded in 2002 in the United States. It aims to professionally develop the profession of IT Architect by organizing network meetings, training- and certification programs. Currently IASA has already more than 60,000 members worldwide.

The Dutch chapter of IASA has set a goal to work itself up to one of the most important architectural associations in the Netherlands. Focusing on the professional development of IT Architecture through IASA training and certification and by that identifying focus on IT architecture as a discipline.


For architects it is extremely important to exchange ideas with fellow architects to learn from each other and by that expand his or her knowledge and skill set. IASA Netherlands will organize a meeting every 2-3 months to look into developments concerning IASA and IT Architecture in the Dutch market. During these meetings architectural topics and case studies will be interactively discussed to make each other better in fulfilling the role of an IT Architect. For more information see:

IASA Dutch Chapter membership benefits

Membership in your local community entitles you to:

  • Free access to monthly member events
  • Discounts on education and training events
  • Local networking opportunities
  • Professional development and leadership opportunities
  • Access to the private community web portal
  • Participation in Netherlands Chapter programs


A special thanks goes out to our current sponsors who help us to make this possible:

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Dennis Mulder - Chapter President

Dennis Mulder runs the dutch chapter as the chapter president since October 2010 when it was first found. Dennis works at Microsoft as a Solution Architect in the global Windows Azure Center of Excellence and focuses on getting the most out of the Microsoft Cloud for the major enterprises in EMEA.

Milan Mulji

Milan joined the IASA Dutch chapter in 2012.

Milan is a freelance contractor who has worked in a variety of role and organisations. Milan's interests are primarily Software and Enterprise Architecture. In his limited spare time, Milan enjoys playing with his kids, learning new things and experimenting with functional languages.

Raffaele Garofalo

Raffaele Garofalo joined the dutch chapter in early 2013 after he moved to the Netherlands.

Raffaele works at Mproof International as a Software Architect and during he spends his free time he also loves totime practicing Kitesurf.