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Augmenting IT strategy with Enterprise architecture assessment

IT strategy drives the organizations roadmap,.This presentation provides an overview of Enterprise Architecture assessments which includes, Portfolio assessment, Cloud fitment analysis,

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Augmenting IT strategy with Enterprise architecture assessment

  1. 1. Copyright © 2014 Symphony Teleca Corp. All rights reserved. CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY MARCH, 2015 INNOVATE. CAPTIVATE. Enterprise Architecture Assessment and Consulting [ PRASHANTH B PANDURANGA ]
  2. 2. THE 5 IT MEGATRENDS CLOUD IOT 3D PRINTING WEARABLESSMART DATA • 76% Enterprises have a formal cloud strategy • 40% Organizations expect IOT to have significant impact over the next three years • 49% growth in worldwide shipment of 3D printers • 73% of organizations have invested or plan to invest in Big data in the next 2 years Source: Gartner & Forrester
  3. 3. Benefits of Enterprise Architecture Lower business operation costs More agile organization Business capabilities shared across the organization Lower change management costs More flexible workforce Improved business productivity Lower software development, support, and maintenance costs Increased portability of applications Improved interoperability and easier system and network management Improved ability to address critical enterprise-wide issues like security Easier upgrade and exchange of system components Reduced complexity in the business and IT Maximum return on investment in existing business and IT infrastructure The flexibility to make, buy, or out-source business and IT solutions Reduced risk overall in new investments and their cost of ownership Buying decisions are simpler, because the information governing procurement is readily available in a coherent plan The procurement process is faster - maximizing procurement speed and flexibility without sacrificing architectural coherence The ability to procure heterogeneous, multi- vendor open systems The ability to secure more economic capabilities Efficient business operation Efficient IT operation Better return on existing investment, reduced risk for future investment Faster, simpler, and cheaper procurement
  4. 4. Business Drivers for the cloud assessment How to obtain 30 to 40 % reduction in TCO What areas in the landscape can be optimized What applications in the landscape can be rationalized How to rationalize applications Identify the right cloud service provider Identify to Increase business continuity Understand the maturity level of processes /IT Develop implementation Roadmap
  5. 5. Key Characteristics of our assessment approach • Cloud agnostic • Multifaceted scoring system • Decision and Analysis accelerators • Focus on user comfort - quick wins, low risk, high gain transformations that reduce TCO • Provide an early view of ROI • Enterprise architecture alignment • Strong business stakeholder alignment
  6. 6. ASSESSMENT APPROACH INVENTORY & DATA COLLECTION SEGMENTATION, VALIDATION & ANALYSIS RECOMMENDATIONS & ROADMAP ACTIVITIES Week { 1-2 } Week { 3-6 } Week { 7-8 } Current State Analysis Application Inventory, CMDB, Agent/Agentless, Work load identification, Stake holder interviews Business Aspiration Discovery Stake holder interviews, Document Business goals, drivers, and constraints Evaluate Business Capabilities Assess readiness for Business Transformation Principles and Alignment Identify/Review Architectural/Business principles Identify Target Architecture Value propositions and KPIs Segmentation Classify applications based on business criticality, risk, workloads, Security/Network constraints, business, technology stack and more Validation Rank applications and validate Analysis Portfolio Infrastructure Network Database Application Dependencies Financial Vendor Licensing Functional Redundancies Technology Stack Outsourcing Operational Excellence Replace Migrate Extend } IAAS PAAS SAAS Consolidate Remediate Re-Platform Retain Decommission
  7. 7. Application prioritization (Decision criteria for On-Premise to Cloud) • Proximity/dependency on other systems • Real time Vs Batch dependencies • Technology Stack complexity • Application owner acceptance – Cloud appetite • Windows Server 2003 Stack • Applications built on limiting/legacy technology • Extreme throughput requirements • Business Criticality • Data classification • Cloud feasibility • Applications on recently procured physical • Early stage of depreciation cycle • Expected Costs • Operating system version upgrade considerations • Application upgrade considerations • Application age • Application - percentage change in functionality anticipated • Application Performance • Business Continuity Plan • Availability considerations • Disaster Recovery Considerations • Security considerations • Integration considerations • Service considerations • Platform considerations • Environment considerations (Dev/Test) • Functional redundancies • Maintenance Costs • Risk Assessment
  8. 8. Roadmap Buckets Change the application and replace the application with a more appropriate software Replace Migrate Extend Consolidate Remediate Re-Platform Consolidate processes/appli cations in to one and move to the cloud Lift and shift the application to a new platform Re-Engineer the application to adopt cloud features Add additional features to existing application while moving applications to the cloud/Extend services Refactor the application to improve integration Retain the application on premise, minimal maintenance effort and costs Retire application, archive data as needed, follow ALM guidelines Retain Decommission
  9. 9. Workshop overview
  10. 10. Portfolio Analysis framework
  11. 11. Portfolio Analysis scoring
  12. 12. DELIVERABLES
  13. 13. DELIVERABLES TACTICAL STRATEGIC Cloud Core Service Setup Windows 2003 Migration POC DEV TEST Low Hanging Fruits Governance & Access Control Monitoring Application Integration Provisioning & Management HyperionEssbase McAfeeEPO ActiveDirectory DPR Leasesoft AMS SalesLogixRoadshows MoveIT MarkITMSA SharePoint SalesLogix Onboarding Exceptionsand Investigations OnlineBanking FSCS DataWarehouse Halcyon BusinessObjects Everest Print ContactCentre VoiceRecording EnterpriseServiceBus Exchange CLOUD DR OS END OF LIFE ASSESSMENT Upgrade Migrate Data Sanitization Cloud enabled IDE ActiveDirectory LoadBalancing NetworkSecurity NAT,Firewalls,Disk ON PREMISE Multi Cloud Multi Region – Asia, Australia Nagios SCCM Puppet SolarWinds Nessus McAfeeSentrigo NON LOB LOB iTop Print KMS JIRA Confluence Teamcity ActiveRoles Server Stealth Audit SPLUNK MarketData Warehouse XpressFeed GEMS Provision Model NON LOB LOB McAfeeEPO Exchange UnitySync SVN/Maven TFS MicrosoftBI RightFax Identity Manager RSA Termsheet Generator Dynamics Paygate En.Reporting Report Authority FSCS MIDatabases PBUK Consolidated Warehosue Leasesoft OpalData Handler KPMG AssetFinance Group SecuritiesHub FactsetPartners NAV Research Website RIMSReporting ABLOnline FSCSDW Amortised CostModel Voyeur Scheduler Internet ServiceBus DevOPS Cyberark BusinessObjects Everest PrivateBankDW TradingDW Calypso OnlineBanking Accord Matching Monitor Treasury Online NON LOB LOB DR Data Center Phase Out Development and Test Environments as a Service Load/Stress Test as a Service Data Warehouse as a Service Analytics as a Service Reporting as a Service Provisioning as a Service DevOPS as a Service Single View (Multi-Cloud Operations & Monitoring) Cloud based DR – DR Datacenter Phase out Application Cloud ReEngineering/Optimization Internet Service Bus Security Database Optimization Storage Optimization CLOUD Storage Reduced Ongoing and Life cycle Costs Increased Productivity, Closer to Business, Scale by demand, Elasticity Improved Business Continuity, Increased availability Expedited Time to Market, Competitive advantage, Increased Productivity ROADMAP ROADMAP SYSTEM LANDSCAPE SYSTEM CONTEXT
  14. 14. Deliverables - Deriving target state architecture
  15. 15. Deliverables – Business Capability mapping Functional Process redundancy mapping Business capability mapping Value chain
  16. 16. Deliverables – Candidate mapping
  17. 17. Deliverables – Comparative Analysis
  18. 18. IT STRATEGY CONTENTS
  19. 19. IT Strategy • Vision • Strategic objectives qualitative • Quantitative • Plan • Portfolio performance to date • IT Spend Analysis • Competitive Analysis • IT Metrics and Benchmarks – Includes competitor benchmarking • Shadow IT assessment • IT group/Service demand assessment [Opex cost base, Spend Distribution] • Enterprise Architecture • IT Target Architecture – IT Principles • Application and Infrastructure Catalogue • IT Innovation – Trends and its relevance [Threats/Opportunities, Technology investments] • Roadmap – with a 5 year plan • Capability roadmap – Mapping to Business objectives • Identify top risks • IT Maturity Assessment [IT Governance]
  20. 20. PRASHANTH B PANDURANGA Innovative information technology executive with demonstrated success directing business transformation, and recommending IT strategies in large organizations. Established track record as a Technology evangelist and change catalyst who collaborates with other executives and teams to rationalize IT landscape, simplify business processes and deliver bottom line measurable benefit while implementing best-in-class innovative and creative solutions. An energetic and visionary leader with a passion for people development, spearheading Architectural Centre of Excellence and Enterprise Architecture Practices https://prashanthpanduranga.wordpress.com/ Telephone (India): 7259767006, 7760824680

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