1 month, 21 days ago

Enterprise Architecture is highly scalable – A case study of a tiny organisation.

I’ve now been practising enterprise architecture for over 20 years….

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1 month, 23 days ago

The many lies about reducing complexity part 2: Cloud

That standard image that explains the difference between on-premises, IAAS, PAAS, and SAAS in the cloud? You know what, it is hugely misleading. Here is the real deal.

2 months, 11 days ago

Accurate Insights into the Runtime Topology of Application Landscapes

In his previous EAPJ article “Application Landscape Views and SOA”…

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2 months, 18 days ago

Service, product, service – summary and checklists

How do we describe ‘service’ and ‘product’ in the same way for every scope and scale, every type of context and content? That’s the theme for this series of posts. In ‘Service, product, service, simplified‘, I aimed to simplify the relationship …

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2 months, 19 days ago

Advancing Customer Experience with Open Banking: An Enterprise Architecture Approach

The Payment Directive Services (PSD2) regulation in Europe aims to foster innovation and competition among financial institutions across the industry by mandating that banks create APIs for digital banking transactions that can be used by value-added i…

2 months, 22 days ago

Service, product, service – promise and product

Are we selling services, products or both? The short-answer is ‘Yes’ – but what we’re really selling, every time, is a promise… The start-point for this was one of those ideas that arise first-thing-in-the-morning, seemingly without any warning: Idea: In sales, …

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2 months, 26 days ago

Address Regulatory Compliance Challenges in the Financial Services Industry with Enterprise Architecture

Regulatory compliance is a core business fact of life for the financial services industry today. Compliance is not only about combating financial crimes such as money laundering, fraud, and tax evasion. But also about operating in a prudent and respons…

2 months, 27 days ago

Service, product, service – start with product

If service and product are different views into a continuous sequence of value-creation, what can we learn if we start the sequence from product rather than service? In the earlier parts of this series – such as ‘Service, product, service, …

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2 months, 30 days ago

Predict the Future and Build for Long-Term Wins with Enterprise Architecture

On a recent episode of the BiZZdesign EA Podcast, where we had an invitee from Thames Water, an interesting point was made that enterprise architecture can effectively enable companies to predict the future. I found it quite relevant in our fast–…