15 days ago

The Open Group 2022 Highlights, Including a Glance into 2023

By Steve Nunn, President & CEO, The Open Group.

Happy New Year! I hope that, wherever you are reading this, 2023 has started well for you and yours.

I believe that 2023 will be another busy and significant year for The Open Group, as was 2022. So much happened last year that I thought that I would take the opportunity to look back at some of the highlights of last year, and add a few peeks into this coming year.

1 month, 10 days ago

Why modelling helps in Security Architecture

I’ve undoubtedly said this many times, so but I thought I would express this again so that anyone can understand. Lets put this simply. I wont put much detail in this post. There are lots of approaches we can take do applying security architecture design but that’s not really the subject here. I am not […]

3 months, 19 days ago

The Open Group Event Highlights – Digital Open Standards| EA & Sustainability– October 17-19 2022

By Ash Patel, Marketing Specialist, The Open Group.
The Digital Open Standards/ EA Sustainability, In person event, brought together a variety of speakers, topics, and discussion points surrounding Digital Open Standards, Enterprise Architecture (EA) and Sustainability.

On Sunday October 16 2022, Members of The Open Group took part in a golf tournament at the historic St. Andrews Torrance Course.

8 months, 28 days ago

Enterprise Architecture is a ‘Foundation Skill’ for the Engineering Students

By Satya Misra, Associate Director, HCL Technologies
Can you envisage a business that has no clear idea of what it has to work with and how it will achieve crucial goals? Sounds bizarre right! But this is very likely to happen due to the lack of skilled people who can understand and align business goals with a technical strategy and architecture that’s capable of supporting the current needs. This introduces us to an imperative discipline, Enterprise Architecture, which is considered a silver bullet by most organizations. 

9 months, 11 days ago

Dev, Test, Production — “It’s Turtles All The Way Down”

Most IT exists to support other IT, not your business directly. A part of this is that stack/web of platforms on which your applications depend. How does that for instance affect #informationsecurity in your designs?