(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.

 

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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.

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(August 04, 2017)

The Week in Enterprise Architecture #31 | 2017

Years ago, Microsoft's CEO described open source as a cancer. Times have changed. On Wednesday the company announced it’s joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation as a top tier platinum member, costing Microsoft $370,000 per year. Has the EA role become obsolete? Or is it just inappropriately named? Thanks to the latest algorithms from MIT and Google, our phones will be capable of retouching our photos like a professional photographer in real time, before we take them. How can EAs use digital transformation as digital empowerment? Jason Bloomberg informs us in his latest white paper listed below.

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(July 28, 2017)

The Week in Enterprise Architecture #30 | 2017

Machine Learning and IoT are at the very peak of Gartner's Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies. Organizations are scramblig to figure out how their IT landscape can take full advantage of these trends. Stan Hanks, CTO of Columbia Ventures Corp explains why many non-tech companies prefer to hang on to costly in-house IT infastructure instead of moving to the simpler, faster, more convenient and affordable cloud. Have you considered the coupled value of the cloud and DevOps for your organization? Tech giants Spotify and Netflix believe that the Cloud and DevOps make the perfect marriage.

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(July 21, 2017)

The Week in Enterprise Architecture #29 | 2017

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(July 14, 2017)

This was the week in Enterprise Architecture #28/2017

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(July 07, 2017)

This was the week in Enterprise Architecture #26/2017

Everyone who is familiar with the EAM industry knows how much potential Enterprise Architecture has. Corporate architecture is not only the road to success for many companies, but also the bridge between operational and technical decision-makers. But EAM is not only an absolute all-rounder in its field - intelligent corporate architects are also needed in the field of Artificial Intelligence: without Enterprise Architects no Artificial Intelligence. But also the developments in the Big Data business field should not be ignored. Not "big" but at least as fascinating are Microservices. Read here the small and big news of the IT world.

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(June 30, 2017)

This was the week in Enterprise Architecture #25/2017

The summer has officially begun in Germany, but the weather leaves a lot to be desired. While the people are angry about many dark clouds which bring rain, the "Cloud" is celebrated in the IT scene. The vice president of the Vietnam Software Association announced that cloud computing will be the cornerstone of the next industrial revolution. Also the local IT industry praises the cloud: A secured system is a reliable system and Cloud-native applications are secure applications. The Kenyan Agrarian Minister was also praised this week for his planned measures to improve the situation of farmers. What African agriculture has in common with IT and what the EAM world has to offer this week, you can read in our weekly blog post.

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(June 23, 2017)

This was the week in Enterprise Architecture #24/2017

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(June 16, 2017)

This was the week in Enterprise Architecture #23/2017

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