Conexiam’s partners will be presenting on three sessions at the Open Group Ottawa Conference. We are continuing to share our experience. We are very happy to be jointly presenting our EA work with CSC.
“Case Study: How Agile EA Delivered Value in 7 Week Sprints”
Murali (Kris) Venkatesh, Chief Architect at CSC and David Hornford, Senior Managing Partner of Conexiam and Lead Architect on the CSC project. will explore a case study, “How Agile EA Delivered Value in 7 Week Sprints”. The case study follows the creation of a high functioning EA team at CSC one Predictable EA Sprint at at time. CSC’s EA team evolved from an ad hoc to fully iterative and self sufficient team. Using agile methods to develop EA is very effective, able to reach goals and deliver value within 7 week iterative cycles.
CSC started the 1st EA Sprint with a customized EA with TOGAF & Navigate Course.
“Case Study: Transformation of a Legal Services Organization”
Sriram Sabesan, Partner at Conexiam, will be speaking about the experience Conexiam had with a digital architecture transformation of CSC. CSC is a legal services organization, and relies heavily on data flow, accurate repository storage and control of data accessibility. Through the case study, we will discuss the seven aspects of a digital transformation journey. The direct changes to digital architecture in this case were the development of strategic architecture, target architecture, a migration to Cloud, a selective foray into mobile, and an adoption of DevOps model. Agile delivery in EA will also be a takeaway, and how to use analytics to power digital transformation.
Sri has written about the Seven Levers of Digital Transformation. We will be publishing a pair of papers about the Seven Levers in the near future.
“Using the Open Business Data Lake Standard” Wednesday
Ken Street, Partner at Conexiam, is addressing reality. Using the Open Business Data Lake Standard to address complexity. Information Architectures include complex Enterprise-Wide Ecosystems. These ecosystems have information needs that are composed of services both cloud and non-cloud, Operational Data and Business Information, structured and semi-structured, to name but a few.
Ken’s discussion will focus on how using a standard like the Open Business Data Lake can help address the Enterprise-Wide Ecosystems Stakeholders information concerns by creating a standards-based architecture that ensures the architecture delivered is at the right level of completeness and delivers confidence to the stakeholder.