(August 18, 2017)

The Week in Enterprise Architecture #33 | 2017

Do Enterprise Architects have a leg up on the competition to segue into a Cloud career? How sturdy is Enterprise Architecture without Business Architecture? How has digital transformation affected decision making in the enterprise?  Daniel Lambert explains below. Which three trends are at the top of the eminent Gartner Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, and how can EAs use these trends to positively impact their organizations? Check out the "trends" section below. Developers spend more than 20% of their time reviewing code to ensure quality. Codacy, a startup from Portugal, just raised $5.1M to help optimise 30% of their code review time.

 

What else has happened in the EAM world? Continue reading below.

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(August 16, 2017)

Making the Most of DevOps with Microservices

DevOps and microservices are hot trends in the tech world, but do they work well together?

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(August 16, 2017)

What European GDPR Privacy Regulation Means for U.S. Businesses

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(August 15, 2017)

Transforming Enterprise Architecture for Digital Empowerment

The term ‘digital transformation’ has swept the IT world, provided the basis for worried chatter in C-suites, and has preempted the birth of numerous competing start-ups while legacy companies fall behind in confusion. How can Enterprise Architects(EAs) use digital transformation as digital empowerment?

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(August 14, 2017)

A brief history of microservices

How it all began

The term "micro web services" was first used by Dr. Peter Rogers during a conference on cloud computing in 2005. "Microservices" themselves premiered at an event for software architects in 2011, where the term was used to describe a style of architecture that many attendees were experimenting with at the time. Netflix and Amazon were among the early pioneers of microservices. The popularity of microservices has recently been on the rise because they can solve many current IT challenges such as increasing speed, scalability of applications and rapid test processes.

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(August 11, 2017)

The Week in Enterprise Architecture #32 | 2017

As of this year, virtually every major enterprise technology company has reported significant profit increases at the hands of cloud-based technologies.  Amazon Web Services has finally joined Kubernetes - which means all five of the largest cloud providers -- AWS, AzureGoogle Cloud PlatformIBM Bluemix, and Alibaba Cloud -- are now all Cloud Native Computing Foundation. members. Ever fantasized about riding in an underground highspeed loop from LA to San Francisco? Elon Musk and The Boring Company refocus their sights on building low-cost, fast-to-dig tunnels that will transport people around the country at warp speed.

What else has happened in the EAM world? Continue reading below.

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(August 10, 2017)

6 Major Changes That GDPR Brings to Your Company

Many companies incorrectly believe that the GDPR doesn’t affect organizations outside of the European continent. Nothing could be more incorrect.

The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation, which will be enforced beginning in May 2018, will affect all organizations that handle Europeans' personal data - no matter where it is stored - Ohio, Singapore, or São Paulo.  

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(August 09, 2017)

DevOps and the Cloud Are Essential to Digital Transformation

More and more companies are seeing the benefit of moving to the cloud, and for good reason. Cloud technology offers many benefits to better suit agile enterprises to spearhead digital transformation and keep their company competitive in the ever changing business environment.

It is imperative to design an agile IT architecture to prepare for fast-paced changes in the business landscape. Digital transformation has brought forth a need to be hyper respondent to the needs of our customers - which include rapid deployment of innovative products, services, and software.

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(August 08, 2017)

Award-Winning File Sharing Company Box Embraces Microservices

 

For the past three years, Box has been recognized as a strong leader in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for Enterprise File Synchronization and Sharing. In order to keep their impressive reputation, Box employs up to date practices to keep their company as leader of the pack.

How has microservices helped Box speed up their times to deployment?

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(August 07, 2017)

GDPR Compliance in 5 Practical Steps with Enterprise Architecture.

 

 

In our third and final blog on the series, "Mastering the GDPR with Enterprise Architecture," we highlight the 5 steps to GDPR compliance. 

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