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what is truth and is there a single source?

One of the more frequently used phrases I hear as an Enterprise Architect is, “This is the source of truth!”  The overuse of the phrase causes me to cringe.   541 more words


Finally a business transformation book that matters!

Reading business books can at times lead to frustration and disappointment. You often buy a bestseller that fails to hit the spot or a tome that goes off in multiple tangents and loses its meaning. 363 more words

The Lambda Architecture for Big Data in your Enterprise

I will present in this blog post the Lambda architecture for Big Data. This architecture is about integrating historical Big Data with “live” streaming Big Data. 1,879 more words

Emerging Trends

A Day in the life of an Enterprise Architect

Enterprise architecture has grown from being just a set of small pilots to being a fully sponsored and supported initiative within enterprises. With the growing demands to reduce costs, increase agility, and standardize IT environments, there has been a surge of enterprise architecture activity. 330 more words

Cloud Computing

DSM Risk Calculation for IT Portfolio Management

Completed POC using Design Structure Matrix for determining component risks in a system.  This example is more technology based than using process, organization, or composite (aka services) components.  15 more words

Enterprise Architecture

Governance, Regulations & Risks

Governance & Environment

Confronted with spreading and sundry regulations on one hand, the blurring of enterprise boundaries on the other hand, corporate governance has to adapt information architectures to new requirements with regard to regulations and risks. 782 more words

Enterprise Architecture

Health data deluge requires secure information flow via standards, says The Open Group’s new healthcare director

An expected deluge of data and information about patients, providers, outcomes, and needed efficiencies is pushing the healthcare industry to rapid change. But more than dealing with just the volume of data is required. 3,256 more words

Dana Gardner