0 comments on “Chess and the Art of Enterprise Architecture available as PDF”

Chess and the Art of Enterprise Architecture available as PDF

Chess and the Art of Enterprise is now also available as PDF for those who like to read it on a device instead of on paper. This version looks exactly like the paper version (which means: more elegant than the iBook).…

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Chess and the Art of Enterprise Architecture now available as iBook

Chess and the Art of Enterprise Architecture is also available as an iBook. The price depends on where you are, as iBooks prices are inclusive of tax. However, the book has been priced at roughly two thirds of the paperback…

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The Great Escape: “EA is not about IT!”

As soon as you, as an enterprise architect, want to address the problem of the complex Business-IT landscape, and you actually acknowledge in a discussion that Enterprise Architecture has come into existence because of the complexity of modern IT-laden landscapes,…

11 comments on “Losing a Limpet – What happens when we don’t have Enterprise Architecture?”

Losing a Limpet – What happens when we don’t have Enterprise Architecture?

Recently, I had a conversation with someone about how to do enterprise architecture. I prepared that conversation by trying to condense my basic argument for the`enterprise chess' approach to the absolute minimum. I started out with the question: "Suppose we don't…

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New ‘On Slippery Ice’ column at EAPJ: “The (Forgotten) Other Half of SOA”

Short post today: my new column on the Enterprise Architecture Professional Journal, titled "The (Forgotten) Other Half of SOA" has been published. A somewhat technical subject: service oriented architectures and performance issues. With a few ArchiMate views added to the…