To understand this blog, let us first define microservices:
Being an Enterprise Architect is not a walk in the park, in fact, often it is more complicated than breaking into Fort Knox.
We all know that an infographic is a great way to get fast information on complex topics, in this case DevOps!
At its core, the idea behind DevOps is very simple: to tear down the walls between Operations and Development in order to create a rapid, automated process that enables the fastest possible development of software. In practice this means that Operations and Development engineers are jointly involved in the entire software lifecycle, from design through the development process to support.
We all know that an infographic is a great way to get fast information on complex topics, in this case microservices!
The job of an Enterprise Architect is very varied. EAs do not just need to keep track of the concerns of the IT, they also need to align those with the business strategy. A good Enterprise Architect does not only have intricate knowledge of technologies but is also familiar with business issues – this is a skill set that is as much in demand as it is rare. That is why organizations are prepared to pay their Enterprise Architects well above average.
This year’s Lean Conference is took place in Munich on November the 15th. This is one of the major conferences addressing the issue of Lean Enterprise Architecture Management in Germany and of course LeanIX couldn’t miss it.
"Mergers & Acquisitions" (M&A) is an umbrella term for transactions in which ownership of companies is transferred or combined. This includes mergers, corporate buyouts and transfers of business. Mergers and acquisitions allow companies to grow, shrink, change their business model or boost their competitive position.
There are many reasons why one company might want to take over another. Maybe a company's assets attract the interest of another firm, or it wants access to the other company's customers. When two companies merge, there are always business and technology issues to be considered. To avoid adverse effects on business operations, the normal processes and support services must be maintained during the transition period. At the same time, IT landscapes have to be combined and all business processes integrated.
The volume of data available to organizations is growing exponentially; the flood of data from the internet, sensors and images holds great opportunities for the business. At the same time the greatest challenge remains to derive valuable business information from the data flows. Only 29% of architects believe that their organizations are good at connecting analytics results to business outcome, according to Forrester.