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Title: Strategic Enterprise Architecture


1
Strategic Enterprise Architecture
  • Aaron Tan Dani
  • Chairman, APAC - IASA
  • aarontan_at_iasahome.org

2
Where are You ?
Leading
Competitive
Spending focused on achieving competitive
advantage Highly robust and flexible
infrastructure Employing technology to support
agile business operation Implemented Enterprise
Architecture
Climbing out of The Abyss
Frozen in the past
Falling into The Abyss
Spending under control Flexible business
operation Effective new development Architecture
blueprint in place IT Corporate Governance in
place
Operational IT spending increases Limited
access to information Not competitive Little
flexibility
In the Abyss
Uncontrollable operational IT spending Changes
are hard to implement No Flexibility
3
Agenda
  • Why What is Enterprise Architecture?
  • Enterprise Architecture Business Drivers
  • Enterprise Architecture Processes
  • Enterprise Architecture for Agile Business
  • Forming EA Team
  • Conclusion

4
Nothing new under the SUN!Same capabilities for
software development challenges
Boss- itll only takeabout 500 years,2 billion
bricks, anda million laborers . . .But, trust
me when it's finished it will be a wonder of the
world "
The Warfighter -User Pharaoh
Integrated Enterprise Valley of the Kings
The Enterprise Team
The Past, Present, and Future Douglas Schmidt
5
Does Enterprise Architecture Matter?
If the Federal Government continues to do what
we have done (i.e. build non-architected
solutions), we will continue to get what we have
(i.e. a non-interoperable, expensive, and ever
challenging tangle of data, applications, and
technology) - US Federal Government CIO
Council
6
Today IT Project Success is Rare
7
The Intractable IT Architecture Problem
Business, User Functional Requirements
IT Systems/ Applications
IT Infrastructure
8
EA Governance defined
  • Plan establish need
  • Document and validate business strategy
  • Map business strategy
  • to IT strategy
  • Layout governance plan
  • Define the approach
  • Define policies
  • Define processes
  • Define enforcement mechanism
  • Measure Monitor processes
  • Compliance with policies
  • Compliance with governance
  • IT effectiveness metrics
  • Deploy incrementally
  • Governance mechanism
  • Deployment policies
  • Manage organizational change

9
What is Architecture?
a systems fundamental organization, embodied in
its components, their relationships to each other
and the environment, and the principles guiding
its design and evolution. Definition as used in
ANSI/IEEE - 1471
10
Now, Enterprise IT Architecture definition
  • The enterprise IT architecture is the
    organizing logic for data, applications, and
    infrastructure, captured in a set of policies and
    technical choices to achieve the firms desired
    business goals, technical standardization and
    integration.
  • Center for Information Systems Research (CISR)
    MIT Sloan School of Management

11
Enterprise Architecture Components
Enterprise IT Strategy
UI, Data, Schema Relationship
System, Network Security
Business Processes
Architecture Blueprint
12
What is Enterprise Architecture?
  • Enterprise Architecture ? A City Architecture
  • Strategic Architect
  • Town planner

13
Enterprise Architecture City Council Continue
  • Security Architect
  • Police
  • Information/Data Architect
  • National Registry
  • Highway
  • Solution Architect
  • Corporations
  • Factories

14
Enterprise Architecture DBKL Continue
  • Network/Infrastructure Architect
  • Water Supply
  • Electricity
  • Sewerage, etc
  • Software Architect
  • Building Architect
  • Application Architect
  • Golf course designer
  • Theme park designer

15
Lesson learned from City planning principles for
IT architecture
  • Target IT architecture blueprint
  • City planning principles

1. Create modular zonesFollow a long-term city
plan that defines the key components of the city,
such as residential, industrial, and nature
preserves 2. Reuse and integrate assetsExploit
the assets that exists already in the city and
create connectivity 3. Evolve Step by
stepManage change by evolving the city
step-by-step revolutionize only where necessary
4. Federal GovernanceHave a central zoning
board, but allow local decisions in different
zones
  • Domain
  • Domain
  • Domain
  • Integration backbone
  • Domain
  • Domain

16
Agenda
  • Why What is Enterprise Architecture?
  • Enterprise Architecture Business Drivers
  • Enterprise Architecture Processes
  • Enterprise Architecture for Agile Business
  • Forming EA Team
  • Conclusion

17
Once upon a time in the IT department.
Chooser
Architecture / Technology Choice
18
Impact of choosing the wrong architecture
technology choices .
CIO CTO
Chooser
Architecture / Technology Choice
Architecture / Technology Impact
19
businesses suffer and loose agility, IT loose
credibility
CIO CTO
CEO, COO CFO, CMO
Chooser
Chief Architect
Architecture / Technology Choice
Architecture / Technology Impact
20
Architect thinking considerations . and its
impacts
Chief Architect
?
Architecture / Technology Choice
21
3 Key Drivers 8 Factors for related enterprise
architecture decision making
Tangible Costs
Life Expectancy
Skills Availability
Third Party Product Services availability
Timeliness
Standards Methodology fit
User Functionality requirements
Customer/Business Requirements
22
Complexity is not in Technology but in
Business-IT Alignment
in how successfully IT can be leveraged and
aligned to changing business demands that are
often moving targets.
The complexity lies not in the comprehension or
availability of IT but
23
Business-IT Alignment Example
Business Architecture Process view of the key
activities, flows and performance measurements
Services/Solutions Architecture Capability view
of the business/IT domains, services, and
interfaces independent of underlying technologies
(also includes the Information Architecture)
Technology Architecture Implementation view of
the technologies used to provision the services
24
Agenda
  • Why What is Enterprise Architecture?
  • Enterprise Architecture Business Drivers
  • Enterprise Architecture Processes
  • Enterprise Architecture for Agile Business
  • Forming EA Team
  • Conclusion

25
The Architecture-Driven approach
Business Requirements
System inProduction
Architecture
26
Basic Principles Architecture Layering
Comprehension of the system Divide Conquer
27
Basic principles - Abstraction Encapsulation
Responsibilities
Collaborations
Parallel development Incremental approach
28
Basic principles - Design for change
Future modifications
Change Cases
Anticipated
Unanticipated
Generic Behavior
Robustness Flexibility
29
Enterprise Architecture processes
Understand Drivers thru Scenarios
CreateArchitecture
Evaluate Decide
Business Strategy
IT Architecture Strategy
IT Governance
Architecture Blueprint
Enterprise Architecture
30
Path to EA Migrate via managed evolution
  • Target

IT efficiency
  • Business impact
  • Target

31
Agenda
  • Why What is Enterprise Architecture?
  • Enterprise Architecture Business Drivers
  • Enterprise Architecture Processes
  • Enterprise Architecture for Agile Business
  • Forming EA Team
  • Conclusion

32
Why corporations are forced to rethink their
Enterprise IT strategy?

Sustaining business growth requires technology
leadership
It is not the strongest of the species that
survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one
most responsive to change Charles Darwin

Increasing business margins requires operational
efficiency

Achieving business agility requires agile IT
architecture

IT investment must provide the price/performance
response

To win the competitions requires Enterprise
Architecture Strategy
33
What major Analysts say on the business benefits
of EA?
  • 1. Lower IT Operating Costs
  • Giga 20 savings in annual IT operating budget
  • Giga 10 savings of project cost and 25
    savings of project elapsed time with non-standard
    architecture
  • Gartner 20 savings in infrastructure costs
  • 2. Enabled Strategic Agility Growth
  • Gartner 30 improvement in ability to deal
    with changing external drivers
  • MIT Correlated top performers with high
    capability IT infrastructure architecture
    standards
  • 3. Higher Productivity through well architected
    IT infrastructure
  • Forrester 40 productivity gap between leaders
    and laggards in IT investment

34
1. Lower IT Operating Costs with Enterprise
Architecture
35
2. Enable Strategic Agility Growth
  • Improve Interoperability
  • For example, GE Well-architected Enterprise IT
    infrastructure enables them to integrate so many
    diverse businesses so well.
  • Source CIO Insight
  • Better Scalability
  • For Example, Dell Flexible architecture and IT
    Infrastructure allowed them to grow dramatically
    and plan to double their sales.
  • Source Forrester
  • Faster Time-to-Benefit/Faster Time-to-Market
  • For example, FedEx Ground Poster child for
    the Agile Enterprise Architecture entered ground
    delivery market to become 2 in 12 months.
  • Source Fortune, Information Week

36
3. Higher Productivity through well architected
IT Infrastructure
Source Forrester, The Arnold Group
  • Technology-driven productivity
  • IT Architecture and Infrastructure are key
    components
  • - For example In the stiff competition, CEMEX
    Profits of 16 from revenue compared with
    competitors' only 3 as a result of STANDARD in
    technology architecture and IT infrastructure
    investments
  • Tech-cautious firms are losing competitiveness
  • Leaders get 60 more productivity and profit
    results from their competitors
  • For example Compaq vs. Dell Compaq produces
    only 8 more revenues than Dell with
  • 75 more assets and
  • 85 more employees

37
Agenda
  • Why What is Enterprise Architecture?
  • Enterprise Architecture Business Drivers
  • Enterprise Architecture Processes
  • Enterprise Architecture for Agile Business
  • Forming EA Team
  • Conclusion

38
The Key Stakeholders of Enterprise Architecture
team
Enterprise Architecture Team
CTO/CIO Strategic Architect Security
Architect Information/Data Architect Solutions
Architect Infra/Network Architect Software
Architect Application Architect IT Governance
team Enterprise Architecture Strategy Team
CEO/COO/CMO/CFO Vice Presidents Directors Business
Strategies Business Managers Business
Analysts Business Strategy Team
39
Enterprise IT budget to support business agility
IT Support the company
IT project budget Percentage on the entire
company budget
10
"Grow"
25
IT Run the company
  • IT Budget reallocation from "Run the Company" to
    Support the Company" by
  • refocusing on projects which drive metrics that
    matter
  • establishing clear architecture governance linked
    to business initiative portfolio
  • Architecture blueprint to standardize the
    technology, platform processes
  • retiring redundant applications
  • stopping messy projects early

90
75
  • Today
  • Target

40
Next Step for Enterprise Architecture-EALC
Get Top Management Supports
Biz IT Alignment
Establish IT Governance
Architecture Blueprint
Implement EA Enabler
Form EA Team
  • Get Top Management Support
  • Agree on EA is important
  • Form EA team as part of IT Business Strategy
    Team
  • Support the business strategies and operations
  • Set business KPI to achieve
  • Business IT Alignment
  • Measure KPI and doing alignment to business
    drivers strategy
  • Come up with IT Governance as part of Corporate
    Governance
  • Rules, Policies, Guidelines Enforcement
  • Come up with Architecture Blueprint i.e. standard
    practices
  • Business Architecture
  • Services (Information/Data) Architecture
  • Technology Architecture
  • Implement EA Enabler
  • Service Oriented Architecture, etc
  • Infrastructure, hardware and software
    consolidation

41
Agenda
  • Why What is Enterprise Architecture?
  • Enterprise Architecture Business Drivers
  • Enterprise Architecture Processes
  • Enterprise Architecture for Agile Business
  • Forming EA Team
  • Conclusion

42
Key Questions CxOs Executives must ask
Enterprise Architecture Framework
High Capability IT Infrastructure
Technology Architecture Effectiveness
  • Are we reducing IT operating costs through an IT
    Infrastructure investment? ROI?
  • Are architectural standards, platforms patterns
    maximized agility and interoperability?
  • Can the IT infrastructure support the agile
    business?
  • Do we have formalized Architecture Blueprint?
  • Do the IT Architecture elements match how we
    run our business?
  • How do we know that our technology investment
    support our business?
  • Do we have an EA planning process?
  • Do we have IT governance in place?
  • Who are the EA stakeholders?
  • How do we know its working?

Source The Arnold Group
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