You'll explore current technology trends and shifts required to build a digital business, including how enterprise architecture should evolve if it's to sustain and grow your business. A CIO who can handle digital transformation along with business interests is a rare find. This is the ideal guide to modernizing IT.
- The latest trends and technologies driving the need for a digital enterprise architecture
- New components, layers, and concepts that comprise a framework for digital enterprise architecture
- Skills and technologies you need to modernize an enterprise architecture for a digital business
- Domains and characteristics of a digital enterprise architecture
- How to map digital enterprise technologies to the appropriate teams
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About the Author
Lin is an industry-leading expert in distributed systems, software defined infrastructure, and cloud services. He is a contributing author of two books on cloud and data-intensive computing. He has published many technical papers and holds nine US patents.
Lori MacVittie is a technologist and principal technical evangelist in F5's Office of the CTO with an emphasis on emerging architectures and technologies including cloud and edge computing, digital transformation, automation and orchestration, microservices, and application delivery. MacVittie has over 25 years of industry experience spanning application development, IT architecture, and network and systems operation.
Prior to joining F5, MacVittie was an award-winning technology editor at Network Computing Magazine. As an enterprise architect, she drove architectural efforts to lead a global transportation and logistics firm into the Internet age, and has developed software for Nokia phones, Autodesk, and regional telecommunications firms. She coauthored the CADD profile for ANSI NCITS 320-1998 and holds a US patent for application delivery provisioning. MacVittie is a contributing author of books on cloud security and object-oriented development and has authored books on application security and XAML.