1 month, 7 days ago

New Research Suggests Architectural Technical Debt Is Most Damaging to Applications Amid $1.52 Trillion Technical Debt Crisis

As enterprises confront the staggering $1.52 trillion in software technical debt, a new study reveals that architectural technical debt (ATD) has emerged as the most formidable challenge. The research titled, “Microservices, Monoliths, and the Battle A…

1 month, 14 days ago

Preview: Technology And Innovation Summit North America

Technology and data leaders are at a pivotal moment, being pressed to chart a path that capitalizes on new and emerging technology to drive meaningful business results. Learn how Forrester’s annual Technology and Innovation Summit North America can hel…

5 months, 15 days ago

Call For Entries: Forrester Technology Awards, 2024

We’re now accepting nominations for our Technology Strategy Impact and Enterprise Architecture Awards across the NA, EMEA, and APAC regions. Learn more about the awards and how to apply in this post.

5 months, 20 days ago

SAP shares reached a record high; restructures 8000 jobs and lures customers with Cloud ERP migration discounts.

Existing SAP ECC customer or recent on-prem SAP S/4HANA customer? Take advantage of the new RISE migration discounts in 2024.

1 year, 1 month ago

Are You Managing Your Technical Debt? If Not, It Might Be Killing You. Here’s What You Can Do.

Enterprises accrue technical debt by hurriedly writing new code and deploying more software to keep up. If not properly managed, that technical debt will lead to poor business outcomes. Learn how technology lifecycle management can help.

7 years, 1 month ago

Architecture Corner: No Money – Lights Out! – Seven Deadly Sins of IT

Episode 5 of this season of Architecture Corner is out (I made a guest appearance in episode 1, “Good at Innovation”). In this installment, Chris the CEO falls victim to yet another temptation. The CEO has decided that no more time and money will be “wasted” on old systems. Can Joakim Lindbom convince him that […]

7 years, 2 months ago

Stopping Accidental Technical Debt

In one of my earlier posts about technical debt, I differentiated between intentional debt (that taken on deliberately and purposefully) and accidental debt (that which just accrues over time without rhyme or reason or record). Dealing with (in the sense of evaluating, tracking, and resolving it) technical debt is obviously a consideration for someone in […]