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Software is disrupting Industries: are you Trendwatcher or Trendsetter?
 

Software is disrupting Industries: are you Trendwatcher or Trendsetter?

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Software is disrupting industries. Startups are changing the playing field. This trend is only speeding up. Existing companies struggle to deal with this. It feels like their IT is stuck in groundhog ...

Software is disrupting industries. Startups are changing the playing field. This trend is only speeding up. Existing companies struggle to deal with this. It feels like their IT is stuck in groundhog day. They need to radically change how they manage application lifecycles to get out of this. All steps in the lifecycle need to be improved. Key innovations they need are Model-Driven Development (and thereby empowering business engineers to develop apps) and cloud platforms. Building blocks from each cloud layer are needed: Infra-structure-as-a-Service (IaaS), (Foundational) Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), Model-Driven PaaS, App Services, and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).

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  • Tesla: electric, 17 inch touchscreen inside, connected to the internet, smartphone app to view and control car.Industry: automotive
  • Etsy: Shop directly from people around the world. Etsy is a marketplace where people around the world connect to buy and sell unique goods. Our mission is to re-imagine commerce in ways that build a more fulfilling and lasting world.Industry: Retail, e-commerce.
  • Nest: thermostat and protect, smartphone app, self-learning, Industry:
  • Square: easily accept creditcards, pay with your name with Square wallet (check-in, mobile payments).Industry:
  • Amazon Mechanical Turk: a marketplace for work. We give businesses and developers access to an on-demand, scalable workforce. Workers select from thousands of tasks and work whenever convenient.Industry:
  • Netflix: Watch TV programmes & films anytime, anywhere.Industry: Entertainment.
  • Airbnb: connect travelers and hosts.Industry: travel & hospitality
  • Uber: The Uber app connects you with a driver at the tap of a button. Reliable pickups, clear pricing, cashless, driver ratings, split fare.Industry: Transportation.
  • Is it a unique moment in time that we have so many “disruptions”?No… just speeding up…
  • … do you just keep on doing what you are always doing?http://www.flickr.com/photos/imagined_horizons/3863262686/sizes/o/in/photostream/
  • Trends like internet-of-things and bigdata will only increase the need for new apps…A radical change in application delivery is needed!
  • A small intermezzo: we said that the need for apps and changes in apps is exponentially growing. And most IT departments cannot even cope with the demand now!A radical change in productivity is needed!
  • Explain: each layer gradually moves from focusing on infra engineers towards developers, towards end-users.
  • We have seen that software is disrupting industries…Trends like internet-of-things and bigdata will only increase the need for new apps…A radical change in application delivery is needed!We need to improve the entire lifecycle of an app: not only how we deploy it (cloud), but also how we build it (models), how we design it (agile + models) and how we operate it (cloud). The lifecycle needs to be iterative and foster collaboration among all stakeholders.To be able to do so we need to take a different approach for our (platform) architecture. What cells do you need in your organization and how are you going to cover them?
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Software is disrupting Industries: are you Trendwatcher or Trendsetter? Software is disrupting Industries: are you Trendwatcher or Trendsetter? Presentation Transcript

  • Software is disrupting Industries: Are you Trendwatcher or Trendsetter? Johan den Haan CTO @ Mendix Connect on Twitter: @JohanDenHaan Subscribe to new articles: http://www.theenterprisearchitect.eu/
  • Software is disrupting industries!
  • All these examples are…  About new players  Disrupting the status quo with innovative new approaches  App-driven  Releasing new versions of their apps continuously
  • The pace of technology is speeding up
  • The pace of technology is speeding up
  • Are you watching new trends? How do you deal with the increasing pace of technology?
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  • It feels like big parts of the ITworld are stuck in their own groundhog day
  • If companies do not adapt, they will not survive!
  • We need to radically change how we manage application lifecycles!
  • Create pace layers to deal with different IT dynamics Ron Tolido, From Train to Scooter - Five Application Lifecycles That Address Differing IT Dynamics Within Your Organization, 2011. Is your architecture ready to deliver and manage cars and scooters?
  • Select the right pieces for your architecture Source and more explanation
  • Automate application deployment Source and more explanation
  • Just focus on development Source and more explanation
  • Empower the business  IT cannot do it alone – Currently Business Units resort to “unsupported” technologies and SaaS solutions  Adopt a model-driven approach – Modeling increases productivity and enables collaboration between business and IT – 10x more business engineers than there are professional developers
  • Business engineers are able to build apps using visual models Source and more explanation
  • Citizen developers will orchestrate pre-defined building blocks to create and extend apps Source and more explanation
  • Just use applications Source and more explanation
  • Example 1: OpenStack Source and more explanation
  • Example 2: CloudFoundry Source and more explanation
  • Example 3: AWS Source and more explanation
  • The future of application delivery? Source and more explanation
  • We need to radically change how we manage application lifecycles! Improve the entire lifecycle & Select the right building-blocks for your architecture
  • Are you going to be a Trendwatcher or a Trendsetter?
  • Software is disrupting Industries: Are you Trendwatcher or Trendsetter? Questions? Johan den Haan CTO @ Mendix Connect on Twitter: @JohanDenHaan Subscribe to new articles: http://www.theenterprisearchitect.eu/