Enterprise Architecture conferences
Enterprise Architecture conferences
Reports from EA conferences 2006-2021
About the Book
This anthology from the Tetradian weblog covers enterprise-architecture conferences and similar collective gatherings from the period 2006 to 2021, showing how perceptions and architecture-practices have changed over the years.
This book includes about 35 posts and 20 images from the weblog. All of these posts are in one group:
- Practice: Conferences - lists and reviews a wide range of conferences and other events that address practical concerns for enterprise-architecture and the like.
- CONFERENCES: INTRODUCTION
- PRACTICE: CONFERENCES
- At the TOGAF conference
- A good conference
- At TOGAF
- TOGAF Munich
- More on the TOGAF conference
- TOGAF London
- Summary from the TOGAF conference
- Post-conference catch-up
- At Integrated EA conference
- Why I won’t be going to Open Group London
- EA conferences: we are not amused
- Respect as an architectural issue (IRM-EAC 2011)
- At Integrated-EA 2013
- At Unicom-EA 2013
- At BPM Portugal 2013
- At ‘EA and Systems-Thinking’ conference
- Two recent EA conferences - Unicom and BAEA
At Social Business Summit London 2013
- On (not) getting a clue
- The dark side of social business
- Lighting up the world
- A rough diamond
- No more ‘spray and pray’
- ‘Community’ is not the same as ‘audience’
- Despairing at the downers
- There were good bits too…
- Further reading
- At Open Group London 2013 - and certification again
- Forrester’s ‘EA 2020’
- Open Group ‘#ogChat’ on ‘smart cities’
- At Integrated-EA 2014
- OpenGroup TweetJam on healthcare-information
Insights from #ogAMS
- #1: The continuing slow expansion outward from IT-only
- #2: TOGAF/Archimate is still a niche-product for a vertical-market
- #3: We really need to break out of the ‘BDAT stack’
- #4: Archimate bridges viewpoints
- #5: The challenge of ‘meta’
- Reflecting on EA Masterclass
- At Vlerick Business School: EA roadmapping
- Outcomes of an Australian EA tour
- At Integrated-EA 2016
- At Gartner EA 2016
- At IASA Ireland 2017
- At Enterprise Architektura conference, Prague
- At Intersection19 conference
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