Journey through Enterprise IT Services
In Journey through Enterprise IT Services, Nadhan, HP Distinguished Technologist, explores the IT Services industry, and discusses technology trends in simplified terms.

Enterprise Architecture done right drives Enterprise Transformation

Eric Sweden, Program Director, Enterprise Architecture & Governance, NASCIO will be delivering one of the keynotes in the Plenary Session of The Open Group Conference in Philadelphia. I read the abstract for his keynote with great interest. Sweden asserts “Enterprise Architecture” provides an operating discipline for creating, operating, continual re-evaluation and transformation of an “Enterprise.” Not only do I agree with this assertion, but I would add that the proper creation, operation and continuous evaluation of the “Enterprise” systemically drives its transformation. Let’s see how.

Ten Commandments for Transforming to Cloud

Luc Vogeleer, Chief Technologist, HP and Tom Hall, WW Product Market Manager, HP are presenting their version of the Top 10 Best Practices learned from customer projects in their HP Discover 2013 session DT2883 Application Transformation in Preparation for Cloud. I’m going to come at this with a slightly different take — the Top 10 Commandments for enterprises looking to transform applications in preparation for the cloud. What say you?

Modernize the application, but retain the expertise

Modernization of legacy mainframe applications has been progressing for years. Enterprises take strategic steps to modernize, driven by key business drivers and financial benefits. However, the applications on a modernized platform still require the basic, time-tested skills of software engineering and system architecture. Those same skills laid the foundation for software development at the dawn of IT. When enterprises modernize applications, they should not lose sight of these basic skills. In other words, technology must be modernized while preserving the art of software engineering.

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