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Integrating Enterprise Architecture with Business Strategy and IT delivery
Speakers: Lee Morley, Principal Architect, Infosys Technologies; Sohel Aziz, Principal Architect, Infosys Technologies
Date: Wednesday, February 22, 2006
Time: 1000 AM EST (1600 CET / 1500 GMT)
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There are many frameworks for describing enterprise architecture in use today - TOGAF, DODAF, MDA, Zachman etc. Additionally, Infosys has in the past described its view of the governance dimensions associated with Enterprise Architecture (EA) , namely Leadership, People, Processes, Policies, Metrics, and Funding.
What has been missing however is a clear framework for aligning the Enterprise Architecture into the real life view of activities required to deliver projects and programmes and its compliance with an EA framework.
Infosys has defined a process model that integrates the Enterprise Architecture to other enterprise level activities such as IT investment planning, IT procurement, IT & Business strategy and IT delivery.
Lee Morley is a Principal Architect with Infosys Technologies. He has over 20 years of experience as technology architect, senior IT manager and technology program manager. Lee has extensive experience in Enterprise and Technical Architecture Assessment and Definition, Technology Business Case Development and in IT re-organization across industry domains, such as Investment Banking, Health Services and Formula 1. His current focus areas include IT Strategy and Enterprise Architecture, effective governance of IT processes and business-IT alignment.
Lee has published opinion papers on 3G/ WiFi technologies and has appeared on CNN as a technology expert, and as a panel member at various conferences
Sohel Aziz is a Principal Architect with Infosys Technologies. He has over 12 years of experience as technology architect, technology program manager and analyst. Sohel has extensive experience in enterprise and technical architecture assessment and definition. His current focus areas are enterprise architecture and effective governance models.
Sohel has been a speaker at various conferences, including The Open Group's IT Architecture Practitioners Conference in 2005 & 2006