By Loren K. Baynes, Director, Global Marketing Communications, The Open Group The Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Summit, Hybrid Event (in-person and virtually ) in London brought together
Enterprise Architecture (EA) as an enterprise planning framework has its place and merits, yet it often falls short of real-world IT expectations. The traditional EA approach defines the to-be state architecture that may exist for a while but does not last long.
Tackling some key misconceptions about Enterprise Architecture can ease fear, uncertainty, and doubt about its effectiveness. If there is any form that is essential, it is text, whether the text is annotating a diagram or fully describing a requirement, it must be used to document architecture. An example of an architecture documented in only text is the U.S. Constitution.
By Andrew Josey, VP, Standards and Certification, The Open Group Technology can be a fickle thing. Spurred by perpetual innovation, the one constant in the
By The Open Group It’s no secret that the IT workforce is suffering from a skills gap. Not only are there not enough workers available
By Loren K. Baynes, Director, Global Marketing Communications, The Open Group During the week of July 18th, The Open Group hosted over 200 attendees from