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Is enterprise architecture in danger of becoming irrelevant?

Is enterprise architecture in danger of becoming irrelevant?

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  • The Value of Enterprise Architecture
    • RMIT
    • Masters in Enterprise Architecture
  • Enterprise IT is in danger of becoming irrelevant
    • The old rules no longer apply
    • Our relationship with the business has changed
    • Some new rules to live by
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  • U.S software sales in billions
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  • Growth of open standards SOAP 1.0 WS-I founded SAP WS J2ME Web Services ESB Apache SOAP MS SOAP IBM Web Services Apache Axis JAX-RPC Oracle WS Sun WS WS (J2EE & .NET) WS-* starts exploding WS-* OASIS SOA Reference Model OASIS SOA Blueprints SAP Netweaver Oracle Fusion JAX-WS MS Indigo BPEL BizTalk 2004 Oracle BPEL WBI-SF WS-Policy and WS-Security 2004 2005 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999
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  • Intensifying Competition Static IT cycle Business Cycle Technology Cycle t t investment investment
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    • The old rules no longer apply
    • Our relationship with the business has changed
    • Some new rules to live by
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    • The old rules no longer apply
    • Our relationship with the business has changed
    • Some new rules to live by
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    • Focus on what really matters
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    • Focus on what really matters
    • Externalize
    • Focus on what really matters
    • Externalize
    • Reduce our inertia
  • Technology Cycles Years Months Weeks Personalize Solutions focused on supporting specific roles Organize Using services to achieve cohesive executions Comply Enterprise transactions and data in ERP and legacy applications Business Cycle Deliver Mixing IT in the right amount to align with the business cycle Market forces Business as usual
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