In the early days of aviation, when instruments were unreliable or non-existent, pilots often had to make judgments by instinct. This was known as “flying by the seat of your pants.” It was exciting, but error prone, and accidents were frequent. Today, enterprises are in that position with Cloud Computing.
Underlying both SOA governance and Cloud governance is a fundamental aspect that we have been dealing with ever since the dawn of IT—and that’s the data itself. Let us challenge ourselves with a few questions. Consider them the what, why, when, where, who and how of data governance.
As we wrap up 2012, we couldn’t help but look towards what is to come in 2013 for The Open Group and the industries we‘re a part of. Without further ado, here they are…
This is the third and final blog posting of a three-part series discussing how to implement Service-Oriented Architecture through TOGAF® 9.1.
This is the second blog posting of a three-part series discussing how to implement Services-Oriented Architecture through TOGAF® 9.1.
This is the first blog in a three-part series discussing the implementation of a Service-Oriented Architecture initiative through TOGAF(R) 9.1