The Open Group India Conference in Pune on 11 March, 2011 was very well attended. The delegates actively participated in the Conference, ensuring a very lively day.
Is enterprise architecture primarily about IT or is it about the entire enterprise? Is enterprise architecture a “hard” discipline or a “soft” discipline? Our answers strongly influence what we believe is within the purview of enterprise architecture, how we address that scope, and what we imagine we can accomplish by doing so.
I share the sentiment made by other participants about how useful the The Open Group India Conference has been in furthering our knowledge in various exciting fields in such a short time – a day, literally!
Yesterday, I attended the first of the three-day Open Group Conference held at Chennai, India. It was a pleasure to meet like-minded fellow enterprise architects and discuss the challenges that we face and opportunities ahead of us.
I have been enriched by this experience on two counts: By sharing my thoughts with the distinguished audience I have gained deeper appreciation of my topic; and by listening to the great presentations I’ve heard at The Open Group India Conference.
We created the Cookbook for ISO/IEC 27005:2005 for anyone tasked with selecting, performing, evaluating, or developing a risk assessment methodology. I can say with confidence that we have met our goals in creating comprehensive and needed guidance and standards in the area of risk analysis.