Continuing on the theme of predictions, here are a few more, which focus on global IT trends, business architecture, OTTF and Open Group events in 2013.
These days, organizations are rarely self-contained. The challenge here is how to manage the dependencies your operations have on factors that are outside your control. The Open Group’s Dependency Modeling (O-DM) standard specifies how to construct a dependency model to manage risk and build trust over organizational dependencies between enterprises – and between operational divisions within a large organization.
2012 was a big year for security. Congress debated cybersecurity legislation ; social networking site LinkedIn was faulted for one of the largest security breaches in history; and global cyber espionage was a trending topic. On Tuesday, December 11, The Open Group will host a tweet jam examining the topic of IT security and what is in store for 2013.
There are several sessions on ArchiMate™ at the upcoming Open Group Conference in Barcelona. Henry Franken’s “Delivering Enterprise Architecture with TOGAF® and ArchiMate®” session on October 22 at 2:00-2:45 p.m. UTC / 8:00-8:45 a.m. EST will also be livestreamed on The Open Group Website.
Increasingly, the critical systems of the planet — telecommunications, banking, energy and others — depend on and benefit from the intelligence and interconnectedness enabled by existing and emerging technologies. Whether these systems are trusted by the societies they serve depends in part on whether the technologies incorporated into them are fit for the purpose they are intended to serve.
Steady growth of service oriented practices and the continued adoption of cloud computing across enterprises has resulted in the need for integrating out to the cloud. When doing so, we must take a look back in time at the evolution of integration solutions starting with point-to-point solutions maturing to integration brokers and enterprise services buses over the years.