By: Gene Hughson ow well-managed are your dependencies? Are you aware of all of them? Which ones can fail gracefully? Which ones allow the application to continue in a degraded state in the event of a failure? How many dependencies would cause your application to become unavailable in the event of a failure? It's instructive
by: Scott Whitmire One of the roles a business architect can fill once they tire of the IT rat race is to assess businesses for overall architecture soundness. Assessment tools are a key part of a troubleshooter’s toolbox and help create the diagnoses that lead to new strategies. The connection between a diagnosis and strategy
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: Sander Thomassen, Blissful Consulting Corp This presentation will cover the Why (Value) and How (Execution) of a Business Architecture program. You will understand how you can lead your enterprise towards its vision by planning for key Business Capabilities that will get you there. Creating Enterprise Value from Business Architecture from iasaglobal
By: Principal Solution Architect, Deluxe Corporation Many who have entered the young profession of IT Architecture have done so through a ?back door.? One can enter by virtue of lots of IT experience, but sooner or later that person will hit the wall as the challenges and expectations of the position set in. Iasa?s structuring
By: Iasa Global Learners will strengthen in the area of IT Design and will gain a thorough understanding of this architecture pillar. After completing this reference material, learners should be able to understand the design methodologies and processes in the design lifecycle.
by: Pietro N. Romano El pilar de Business Technology Strategy trata el vínculo esencial entre el negocio y la tecnología, situando el arquitecto como el encargado de la estrategia tecnología. El pilar abarca áreas fundamentales como las metodologías de gestión estratégica, valoración de negocios, priorización de inversiones y análisis de requisitos y restricciones. En este