3 years, 5 months ago

Going beyond TOGAF certification

A look at an enterprise architects journey beyond earning a TOGAF certification. For many professionals working in the realm of enterprise architecture, the TOGAF certification acts as a critical marker of an individual’s expertise. TOGAF is among the most widely adopted enterprise architecture frameworks, so naturally it is one of the most in demand enterprise … Read more

7 years, 7 months ago

Come see me present Why EAs Must Drive Cloud Strategy and Planning at the Open Group Conference

For those that are attending the Open Group conference in San Francisco here in the next few weeks from now I wanted to let you know that I will be presenting. My presentation is within the Cloud Strategy and SOA…

7 years, 7 months ago

Open Group Complements TOGAF with SABSA Integration

The Open Group announced last month the release of the TOGAF & SABSA Integration Whitepaper, a new guide developed in collaboration with The SABSA Institute to enable enterprise and security architects to integrate security and risk management approaches into enterprise-level…

7 years, 8 months ago

Enterprise Architecture Certifications Distilled

Year after year I am finding that Enterprise Architecture certifications are becoming more important to architects. Back in 2007, I remember reading an article from Gene Leganza called, “Is EA Certification Important?”. In that article he stated that 65% of…

8 years, 5 months ago

Navigating through the Complexities of Architectures

A common challenge among architects and architecture organizations is the challenge of properly understanding the landscape of architecture assets within and external to the enterprise. With all the different definitions, hierarchy and levels of abstraction it can be difficult to…

8 years, 6 months ago

Webcast: Enterprise Architecture Management with TOGAF

For those that want to learn about Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) alfabet who is a tools vendor is hosting a webcast on their thoughts on EAM. I would assume that they will illustrate that through their tool. Enterprise Architecture Management…