The purpose of architectural governance is to ensure that technology and change is introduced to a business in a way that appropriate and sustainable.
Category: Systems & Infrastructure
For regulated industries (which isn’t in the age of GDPR?), blind trust will never be enough and being able to demonstrate a sufficient degree of due-diligence on key vendors will always be essential to defend against any liability in case of a data breach.
Dynatrace and others now offer the ability to monitor and manage the whole of the infrastructure stack in a public and hybrid cloud environment.
How is this combination of “Big Blue” and Red Hat going to work? Isn’t it a clash of cultures? Will the sum be more than the two individual parts?
Is cloud adoption fully mature or have we some way to go? It has matured for certain, but there remain some key barriers for organisations to be able to truly take full advantage.
Everyone seems to be talking about AI, are you the one left behind or is it hype and no one else is going it either? What is the current application and how mature is the reality of use?