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Keynote Speakers:
Sunil,
Sunil Dutt Jha,
Chief Architect & CEO -iCMG
Jaap Schekkerman
Jaap Schekkerman,
EA Thought Leader
Dr Alexander Samarin
Dr Alexander,
BPM Thought Leader
Olivier Brousseau
Olivier Brousseau,
Chief Architect, Schlumberger
Vishwa Kiran
Vishwa Kiran,
VP, Accenture
Manoj Shrivastava
Manoj Shrivastava,
VP, Group IT, Reliance ADA Grp

Sidharth Malik
Sidharth Malik

Managing Director
Telelogic

   

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Jaap Schekkerman
Jaap Schekkerman
EA Thought Leader

Keynote

Title: How to Survive in the Jungle of Enterprise          Architecture Frameworks: Creating or Choosing an          Enterprise Architecture Framework

Abstract:

This keynote presentation will give the audience a short overview about the latest trends & developments in Enterprise Architecture then zooming in to one of the key components of the Enterprise Architecture practice, the adoption of an Enterprise Architecture framework.

With the growing importance of Enterprise Architecture at the same time, the discussion started how to create or choose the right Enterprise Architecture Framework & Tools for your organization in the jungle of the existing ones.

Several times in my Enterprise Architecture (EA) practice, people asked me which framework shall I adopt or what are the benefits of the Zachman framework over TOGAF, etc. Others asked me to help them to define their own corporate EA framework.

Before answering these types of questions, it is important to know what the differences and commonalities are of these frameworks and standards. During the presentation the audience will get an overview of the history of most common used Enterprise Architecture frameworks as well as their characteristics, purpose, scope and structure to help them in identifying the EA framework that fits best to their needs.

For the in-depth details of the mentioned Enterprise Architecture Frameworks a reference to the book "How to Survive in the Jungle of Enterprise Architecture Frameworks: Creating or Choosing an Enterprise Architecture Framework" as well as the book "Enterprise Architecture Good Practices Guide: How to manage the Enterprise Architecture Practice", will be made.

Keynote

Title: Architecture Principles & the stretch of covering the         four layers of architecture (business, information,         technical, application)

Abstract:

In the world of Enterprise Architecture, we have constantly to stretch from the deep technical layers to the business view. As such and depending on the background of the team, some aspects are better addressed than others. Where to position the team to have the maximum impact? How to handle this multiple facets in the interaction with the rest of the enterprise.

Based on the practical experience within Schlumberger, this presentation will address the different aspects and will provide a framework for a global consistency of the Enterprise Architecture group. We will address the four layers of architecture (business architecture, information architecture, application architecture, technical architecture) and how they seat on top of the Architecture Principles and Standards. Within this frame, we will cover some key topics such as BPM, SOA and Master Data…

Dr Alexander Samarin
Dr Alexander Samarin
BPM Thought Leader

Keynote

Title: Architecting enterprise BPM systems for optimal agility

Abstract:

Experience shows that business wants separate requests for change to be implemented quickly. These changes are typically small from the point of view of the business, but unpredictable from the point of view of the IT. To be able to handle easily such a flow of requests for change, a BPM system has to be properly architected so that it can address all concerns, from those of traditional enterprise architecture right through to those of execution.

The aim of this article is to share my experience with a practical architectural framework for the improvement of complex BPM systems. This framework provides recommendations on how to implement agile (i.e. easy-to-evolve) enterprise BPM systems.

Keynote

Title:
7 Habits for an Effective Enterprise Architect

Abstract:

Designing an architecture blueprint for an enterprise comprising of multiple diverse businesses requires a different level of skills and habits on the part of the Enterprise Architect than devising solution architecture for a point solution.

The speaker has devised a set of 7 habits which an Enterprise Architect should follow to become effective. Many of the seven habits highlights soft skills which the enterprise architect needs to consciously develop to be effective and successful. As the speaker often says -"You become an Enterprise Architect by virtue of your technical prowess but you succeed by putting your soft skills to use."

James McGovern
James
VP
Accenture

Keynote

Title: Applying innovation to the software development          lifecycle.

Abstract:

Software development in the context of large teams working in multiple geographies and across multiple stakeholders needs a new way of how we monitor and manage them. Changing architectures, design tools and user expectations throw up a lot of areas where we can apply technology and turn the dial on making life better for the practitioners and consumers. This presentation is an attempt to look at innovations that can be applied to the software development and delivery lifecycle to address the challenges in this area.

Keynote

Title: Architecture Adoption for Enterprise Survival,          Business Innovation & Risk Avoidance (Quarter on          Quarter)

Abstract:

In this keynote, Sunil is going to discuss on the evolution & adoption of Architecture within Enterprises for Innovation and Risk Avoidance. How do organizations are adopting Architecture principles (formal / informal ways) to manage change & complexity.s

As IT is becoming core to all the other natural science, what are the advancements needed?

What are various architecture artifacts, how do we model (represent & specify) them and the challenges of establishing linkages across multiple stakeholders?. There is also a serious need to establish parameters for measuring effectiveness of architecture. What are those parameters?

Also, he is going to elaborate on

 Architecture Frameworks & It's relevance & usefulness wrt to       different business models.

 Compare the "Periodic Table of Enterprise Framework" wrt to    Current Business & IT Scenarios.

How does "Architecture" addresses the issues of Change &    Complexity Management (Case Study).

  Architecture Metrics & Measurements.

 Impact of Globalization on Architecture.

    Sunil
          Sidharth Malik

        Managing Director
            Telelogic

Keynote

Title: Actionable Architecture
         Winning in a Flat World

Abstract:


During the past two to three years, the concept of enterprise architecture and its implications on the way we are organizing our business and operations have gained a major increase in awareness. Like never before, CIOs are faced with justifying to a business group, such as a board of directors, how technology supports business goals, both now and in the future.

Mainstream Fortune 1000 businesses and federal agencies have adopted enterprise architecture as a way to incorporate their best practices and experiences into decisions about technology investments, compliance and emerging technologies, such as Web services, service-oriented architectures (SOAs) and business process management.

This presentation explores the basic ideas of enterprise architecture, the areas where it adds value to the decision making process in today's organizations and discusses the evolution towards actionable architectures - a key to winning in the flat world!

 
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    Speakers Include:
  NIC
  Yes Bank
  Schlumberger
  Wells Fargo
  Britannia Industries Ltd
  LG Electronics
  Accenture
  Infosys
  Perot Systems
  Wipro
  TCS
  Ericsson
  Oracle
  Capgemini
  IFEAD
  Yahoo
  Microsoft
  KPIT Cummins
  Telelogic
  Reliance ADA
  TechMahindra
 
 
 
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