Unified Architecture Framework (UAF) is a structured approach for managing the complexity of systems of systems engineering in the organization in different levels of abstraction. Abstraction levels allow the definition of strategy, operations (requirements), and alternative tactics (solutions) needed to implement operational scenarios. UAF provides an infrastructure to ensure complete and correct specification of systems (including human resources) integration using various techniques such as engineering analysis, traceability, and metrics. Some of these techniques are covered in the webinar which demonstrates complete workflow of systems of systems engineering using UAF. The workflow includes the activities of defining capability requirements, specifying operational scenarios, providing several possible solutions for particular operational scenario, and managing projects portfolio required to implement the selected solution. The session demonstrates - UAF introduction - UAF views and models - Complexity management using different abstraction levels - Coverage analysis - Impact analysis The session is hosted by Edita Mileviciene, Cameo Enterprise Architecture Product Manager at No Magic Europe.
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Harmonization and standardization of the IT landscape are vital to successful Enterprise Architecture Management. Watch this tutorial to see how to align business and IT, consolidate IT systems and analyze your IT landscape with charts and dashboards. You’ll see how easy it is to identify the relationships between people, processes and IT, to reduce costs and complexity of your IT environment and to detect the impact of changes in business on IT and vice versa.
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Foundational capacity management begins with a good understanding of capacity "demand" and how that demand translates into compute resources (supply). A very basic principle, but a huge challenge -- especially in today's shared and service-based provisioning models. The ability of organizations to optimize resource usage and appropriately size for demand is increasingly a problem. In our newest eSeminar, we'll explore why building an effective capacity design plan is crucial for your organization as companies strive for every competitive advantage when mining Big Data.
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ARC Advisory Group is the leading technology research and advisory firm for industry, infrastructure and cities. Our coverage of technology and trends extends from business systems to product and asset lifecycle management, Industrial IoT, Industry 4.0, supply chain management, operations management, energy optimization and automation systems. Our analysts and consultants have the industry knowledge and the first-hand experience to help find the best answers to the complex business issues facing organizations today. Contact us: https://www.arcweb.com/about/contact-us Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ARCadvisory
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Alan Simmonds, Director, Pan Asia Training Pte. Alan has worked in numerous sectors - FMCG, finance, insurance, manufacturing, healthcare, mining, utilities and telecommunications ensuring that programs deliver against compliance, governance and regulatory issues. He led the program of regulatory remediation for an offshore mobile telecommunications provider - requiring a comprehensive understanding of SOx/ASX and included American, European and Australian regulatory regimes. Understanding IT4IT in a ‘non-waterfall’ world. This talk outlines some practical lessons learnt adopting areas of IT4IT in a traditional utility ahead of the curve. For example: addressing the issues of project-based failure vs. the continuous and incremental delivery of measurable benefit (as opposed to ‘value’) and managing customers’ expectation of fulfilment. Agile is often blamed for failure, however this is because Agile was never designed to 'go left' only to ‘go right’ – that is, as a delivery vehicle mostly for software development. We need to consider this from a wider perspective, 'accelerated delivery' that takes into account the strategic investment through to benefits delivery. Capability and services are considered in detail to highlight the bidirectional nature of IT4IT. This talk will challenge traditional approaches to IT by integrating IT4IT, Kanban and workstreams and will suggest some approaches to provide measurement of these. Key takeaways: Projects are out, workstreams are in. Stop starting and start finishing. Integrate don't implement.
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Many enterprises are exploring the use of big data analytics for new solutions and for incorporation in existing solutions. Interoperability of modular components is important for success, particularly in the latter case, and this can be achieved using published interfaces and a service-oriented approach. In this webinar, industry experts Helen Sun of Oracle, Trinette Surles of IBM, and Nikhil Kumar of ApTSi, with Chris Harding of The Open Group, discuss how SOA can enable big data processing. This is one of the new, disruptive technologies that the Open Platform 3.0™ initiative will help enterprises to integrate and use.
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Download this free The Real Solution Architecture Powerpoint here: https://theartofservice.com Complete Toolkit at https://store.theartofservice.com/the-solution-architecture-toolkit.html In information technology, 'data architecture' is composed of models, policies, rules or standards that govern which data is collected, and how it is stored, arranged, integrated, and put to use in data systems and in organizations.[ http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/data-architecture.html Business Dictionary - Data Architecture] Data is usually one of several architecture domains that form the pillars of an enterprise architecture or solution architecture.[ http://www.learn.geekinterview.com/data-warehouse/data-architecture/what-is-data-architecture.html What is data architecture] GeekInterview, 2008-01-28, accessed 2011-04-28
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Welche Prozesse müssen Sie als Verantwortlicher eines IT-Service-Providers verbessern, um das Business optimal zu unterstützen? Wie erlangen Sie Gewissheit, ob Ihre Prozesse den aktuellen Anforderungen des Marktes genügen und wo Sie konkret die nächsten Schritte einleiten müssen? Mit dem Self-Assessment von FitSM können Sie diese Fragen beantworten. FitSM als leichtgewichtiges Framework im IT-Service-Management liefert auf der Basis von ISO20000, COBIT und CMMI ein präzises und praxisorientiertes Bewertungsmodell. Dieses Self-Assessment-Tool versetzt das IT-Management in die Lage, mit einen vollständigen Fragenkatalog die eigene Prozessreife zu bewerten. IT-Service-Provider können damit den IST-Zustand der Prozesse ermitteln und konkrete Maßnahmen zur Optimierung ableiten.
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