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(March 08, 2019)

Why LeanIX Is Making Waves

How our EAM Tool exemplifies the new generation of Enterprise Architects and their discipline

 

Word is already out that LeanIX has been included in Forrester’s latest power rankings of Enterprise Architecture Management Suites (EAMS). It’s a huge achievement—and it comes on the heels of an already complete year of similar victories for our company.

But for those who don’t have time to read the Q1 2019 Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Architecture Management Suites report, I thought I’d use this post to share personal observations on this year's EAMS trends as singled out by Forrester to help us understand why LeanIX’s distinct EAM tool is resonating so well with leaders of modern enterprises.

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(March 06, 2019)

Analyst Picks: Independent Research Firm Names LeanIX a Strong Performer in EAMS

New Forrester Wave identifies the need for Enterprise Architects to focus more on strategy and asset management 

 

Enterprise Architects have been talking—and the right people have been listening.

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(February 27, 2019)

An Enterprise Architecture Framework for Cloud Adoption

A guide on how to perform Enterprise Architecture in cloud-based environments

 

Enterprise Architecture (EA) functions to assist enterprises in building structural foundations to match proposed business strategies. It captures the vision of an enterprise by integrating its dimensions to contextualize transformation strategies, organizational structures, business capabilities, data pools, IT applications, and all technology objects. Every business unit of an enterprise is subject to change, and each change may have significant consequences throughout organizational domains.

An enterprise that wants to adopt the cloud across all the business units must have a mature and well-formed understanding of its Enterprise Architecture and a clear view of components therein.

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(February 26, 2019)

Information Architects: Artificial Intelligence's Best Friend

What's the connection?

 

At a glance:

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) can only leverage information that has first been carefully structured.
  • Information Architecture (IA) can prepare enterprises and their data for AI deployment to enact accurate and strategic analytic decision-making.
  • AI systems require supervision, planning, and cleansed data.
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(February 22, 2019)

Introduction to Kubernetes: What It Can Do and When to Use It

Conducting a Kubernetes symphony

 

Let’s talk Kubernetes—a powerful method of running applications that has become a staple of modern enterprises.

At its core, Kubernetes is a way to rope digital services together, or “cluster” them, to help developers streamline the process of scaling applications to meet changing operational demands.

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(February 20, 2019)

How to Start TOGAF With an Enterprise Architecture Tool

Building your dream architecture in the digitalized, agile world

 

TOGAF—The Open Group Architectural Framework—has been used by Enterprise Architects (EAs) as a common language to plot development strategies for more than 25 years.

It’s big. Version 9.2 big.

But with TOGAF’s evolving library of definitions and symbology comes the unavoidable struggle to implement its powerful framework in an agile way. 

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(February 14, 2019)

Reference Architecture & Frameworks: A Consolidation

Another lesson by Sameer Paradkar

 

Reference architectures are standardized architectures that provide a frame of reference for a vertical domain or sector. Reference models or architectures provide a common vocabulary, reusable designs, and industry best practices. They are not solution architectures (i.e., they are not implemented directly) but used rather as a constraint for more concrete architectures. Typically, a reference architecture includes common architecture principles, patterns, building blocks, and standards.

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(February 12, 2019)

Viewpoints to Providing Value to Enterprise Architecture Stakeholders

The eight people you must impress

 

At a glance: 

  • Software Developers
  • Business Process Managers
  • Finance Officers
  • CIOs
  • Data Security & Compliance Officers
  • Solution Architects
  • IT Program Management
  • CTOs
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(February 07, 2019)

Further Education: 12 Certificates for Enterprise Architects

Higher learning to solidify your expertise

 

At a glance:

  • AWS Certified Solution Architect
  • EC Council Certified Network Defense Architect (CNDA)
  • CISSP Information Systems Security Architecture Professional (CISSP-ISSAP)
  • The Open Group Certified Architect (Open CA)
  • Dell EMC Proven Professional Cloud architect training and certification
  • Axelos ITIL Master Certification
  • Google Professional Cloud Architect
  • Red Hat Certified Architect
  • Salesforce Certified Technical Architect
  • Professional Cloud Solutions Architect Certification
  • Salesforce Certified Technical Architect
  • Professional Cloud Solutions Architect Certification
  • The Open Group TOGAF 9 Certification
  • The Virtualization Council Master Infrastructure Architect Certification
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(February 05, 2019)

Top Data Breaches of 2018 (and the Purely Coincidental Benefits of Technology Risk Management with LeanIX)

Change your password, cover your webcam, and grab some popcorn

 

At a glance:

  • Facebook (29 million users affected)
  • Chegg (40 million)
  • Google+ (52.5 million)
  • MyHeritage (92 million)
  • Quora (100 million)
  • MyFitnessPal (150 million)
  • Exactis (340 million)
  • Aadhaar (1.1 billion)
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