4–7 Nov 2019

Schedule: Enterprise architecture sessions

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11:0011:45 Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Location: Hall A5
Secondary topics:  Best Practice, Case Study, Overview
Maggie Carroll (MAG Aerospace)
Average rating: ***..
(3.50, 2 ratings)
Software architects and enterprise architects work with a variety of roles; often the deep technical work is performed by other application architects or solutions architects. Maggie Carroll explores developing influence as well as skills and actionable techniques she found useful when creating a new enterprise architecture function and a tool for remaining productive as a leader. Read more.
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15:5516:40 Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Location: Hall A5
Secondary topics:  Best Practice
Gregor Hohpe (ArchitectElevator.com)
Average rating: ****.
(4.29, 7 ratings)
Architects in the enterprise are often seen as ivory-tower residents far detached from reality. Large-scale IT transformation across hundreds or thousands of applications and processes puts a whole different, and much more exciting, spin on enterprise architecture. Gregor Hohpe takes you on a serious but light-hearted tour of the role of enterprise architects in modern IT organizations. Read more.
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16:5017:35 Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Location: M6/M7
Secondary topics:  Overview
Birgitta Boeckeler (ThoughtWorks)
Average rating: ****.
(4.60, 5 ratings)
Many organizations strive to establish independent, autonomous development teams. The goal is to achieve speed, scalability, and empowerment—but you have to decide what architecture governance looks like in a decentralized setup. Birgitta Boeckeler explores architecture principles as a way to avoid chaos, providing lessons about using them to walk the line between hard rules and helpful guidance. Read more.
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11:0011:45 Thursday, 7 November 2019
Location: M4/M5
Secondary topics:  Best Practice, Case Study
Michael Coté (Pivotal)
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(3.00, 1 rating)
As DevOps marauds through organizations that are becoming more cloud native, the role of enterprise architects (EAs) is changing. EAs helped oversee and govern the software lifecycle, but many of their tasks are now pushed to teams and platforms. Michael Coté provides an overview of this shift and shares advice for EAs. Read more.

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