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Software 4.0 : “How” of Building Software Driven Business

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Software-driven business models are shaping the business landscape in a big way. Unprecedented growth in technology has helped to create new generation ‘born-in-the-cloud’ business models. These business models have helped newly formed organizations to catch-up with, and often catapulted past, brick & mortar organizations in less than a decade.

‘Born-in-cloud’ business models are built on NextGen systems. NextGen systems are mass personalized, massively distributed, always on and self-adapting system of systems and have broken the boundary between physical and cyber world.

Software 4.0 is a framework for creating NextGen system. It enables mind-set change, develop people competencies, establishes right methodologies for innovation & speed.

Software 4.0 framework leverages nexus of following methodologies / initiatives –

Business Model Canvas for value promise
Design thinking
Hackathon
Modular Architecture
Agile-at-scale
CLM platform & Continuous Engineering
Machine Learning
Software 4.0 ensures NextGen systems are built in iterative, incremental, self-learning and cost-effective manner with superior quality.

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Software 4.0 : “How” of Building Software Driven Business

  1. 1. SOFTWARE 4.0: ‘HOW’ OF BUILDING SOFTWARE DRIVEN BUSINESS Haresh Amre 1st – 3rd December, 2017 | Westin, Hyderabad, INDIA
  2. 2. Outline WHY do we need Software 4.0 WHAT is Software 4.0 HOW can I leverage it for my business Show Me the Result … but I have few questions 01 02 03 04 05
  3. 3. WHY do we need Software 4.0
  4. 4. Pre-1950s 1950s 2000s 2010+ 2015+ Analog Systems Transactional Systems Engagement Systems Experiential Systems Mass Personalized Systems Evolution of Software Based Systems
  5. 5. Software is Driving the Business
  6. 6. Domino's Is Actually A Tech Company That Just Happens To Serve Pizza
  7. 7. “Born in the Cloud” businesses are overpowering “Brick and Mortar” businesses
  8. 8. “Born in Cloud” Business Needs Next-Gen Software Requirements - Mass Personalized Experience - Continuous Adaptation - Massively Distributed - Always On - Bridging Physical and Digital World Objectives - Robust Quality - Greater Productivity - Shorter Time to Market
  9. 9. Current Solutions aren’t Comprehensive! Mass Personalized Experience Massively Distributed Time to Market / Continuous Adaption Productivity Robust Quality / Always on Bridging Physical- Digital World Design Thinking Hackathons Lean Start-ups Scrum & XP Scaled Agile DevOps & Automation S/W Defined Architecture
  10. 10. WHAT is Software 4.0
  11. 11. Principles and Capabilities Continuous Personalization and Value of Experience Design for Autonomy and Interdependence Iterative and Incremental by Design Continuous Optimization and Automation
  12. 12. Framework Discover Business Agility, Value Promise, Experience-based Design, Hackathons Define Next Generation Architecture, Release Train Planning, Design Patterns & Reuse Planning, Security, Performance Develop Platform-based Ecosystem Personalized User Experience Open Source Integration Scrum, XP, Code Quality, Hackathons, DevOps, Security, Performance Deliver Operate Optimize Data Science & Machine Learning Visualization
  13. 13. HOW can I leverage it for my business
  14. 14. Empathize with the Orchestrator
  15. 15. Discover Experience-based Design, Business Agility, Hackathons, Value Promise Define Next Generation Architecture, Release Train Planning, Design Patterns & Reuse Planning, Security, Performance Develop Platform-based Ecosystem Personalized User Experience Open Source Integration Scrum, XP, Code Quality, Hackathons, DevOps, Security, Performance Deliver Operate Optimize Data Science & Machine Learning Visualization Nexus of Components
  16. 16. Master the Fundamentals Design Thinking
  17. 17. Master the fundamentals HackathonHackathon for forming habits, changing mindset and industrializing innovation
  18. 18. Nexus of Components Discover Experience-based Design, Business Agility, Hackathons, Value Promise Define Next Generation Architecture, Release Train Planning, Design Patterns & Reuse Planning, Security, Performance Develop Platform-based Ecosystem Personalized User Experience Open Source Integration Scrum, XP, Code Quality, Hackathons, DevOps, Security, Performance Deliver Operate Optimize Data Science & Machine Learning Visualization
  19. 19. Master the Fundamentals Software Defined Architecture System of N-tiers System of Application Services Stitch all pieces of architecture at the beginning Continuous architecture for agile delivery SOA based system architecture API based architecture on top of services Choose Common DB Storage (RDBMS vs Object Oriented vs NoSQL) Independent DB storage choice based on application (RDBMS & NoSQL & HDFS) No crowd sourcing or hackathon Design hackathons and crowd sourcing are part of software development Microservices based Architecture
  20. 20. Master the Fundamentals Software Defined Architecture Services API * Services API * Services API * Services API * * Microservices is widely used pattern for Services API in SW 4.0 Auth Services Mobile Web Partner Vendor Point of Sales Devices Things
  21. 21. Master the Fundamentals Essential SAFe 4.5
  22. 22. Nexus of Components Discover Experience-based Design, Business Agility, Hackathons, Value Promise Define Next Generation Architecture, Release Train Planning, Design Patterns & Reuse Planning, Security, Performance Develop Platform-based Ecosystem Personalized User Experience Open Source Integration Scrum, XP, Code Quality, Hackathons, DevOps, Security, Performance Deliver Operate Optimize Data Science & Machine Learning Visualization
  23. 23. Master the Fundamentals DevOps Continuous Customer Feedback and Optimization Collaborative Development Continuous Release and Deployment Continuous Monitoring Continuous Business Planning Continuous Testing Operate Develop/ Test Deploy Plan DevOps Continuous Feedback Speeding continuous innovation Enabling continuous delivery of innovations Providing feedback for continuous learning DevOps is the set of practices that promote collaboration and automation across the entire software delivery lifecycle, from idea to delivery
  24. 24. Nexus of Components Discover Experience-based Design, Business Agility, Hackathons, Value Promise Define Next Generation Architecture, Release Train Planning, Design Patterns & Reuse Planning, Security, Performance Develop Platform-based Ecosystem Personalized User Experience Open Source Integration Scrum, XP, Code Quality, Hackathons, DevOps, Security, Performance Deliver Operate Optimize Data Science & Machine Learning Visualization
  25. 25. Master the Fundamentals Machine Learning
  26. 26. Master the Fundamentals Life-cycle – 12 Week Release
  27. 27. Show Me the Result
  28. 28. CLOUD ON PREMISE HYBRID  Transformed the product to a Unified Endpoint Management Product that supports PC / Laptop / Desktop / Mobile phones / tablets.  With the transformation, Persistent created a new market segment for Unified Endpoint Management (UEM). Persistent is considered a leader in this space.  Release cycles moved to Agile (from 9 months release cycle to monthly releases).  Product moved to cloud version.  User experience enriched. Product Transformation Journey Accelerite: End Point Management (Radia)
  29. 29. Accelerite: End Point Management (Radia) Radia called out as a leader in unified endpoint management quadrant EMM players called out as a separate segment There are laggards in traditional PC management space
  30. 30. … but I have few questions & suggestions?
  31. 31. Haresh Amre Group Head – Quality, Persistent Systems +91-830880634 hareshkumar_amre@persistent.com @HareshAmre Thank You

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