This session is sort of a journey from the change drivers that affect today's IT to ways to respond to them in the architecture.
It starts with the business and technological drivers that force IT into change. After briefly sketching the big picture for IT as a whole, it focuses on the drivers and requirements that can be derived for architecture from the IT change drivers.
After carving out the architectural requirements, those are mapped to some trending topics. Based on the mapping results, it becomes obvious that there is no silver bullet (we all know that but this doesn't keep us from hoping that there still is one).
It is required to combine some ideas and concepts to a joint architectural style that becomes more than just the sum of its parts - and that's the last part of the story: Describing an architectural style that helps addressing the IT change drivers shown in the first part.
As a side note, at the end an idea is shown how EAM could fit into the picture laid out by the slides.
As always, many details are only on the voice track - and as always, sorry about that! But I hope that the slides still contain some ideas which are valuable for you.