Reference Models and Architectures related to Smart, Connected Devices and Internet of Things

Introduction It's been a while since I started to collect and review reference models for the domain of Smart, Connected Devices aka Internet of Things (IoT) (see this former blog post). A reference model is a standard decomposition of a known problem into parts that cooperatively solve the problem (see [BaCK2003, p. 24 ff.). It facilitates the transfer of knowledge … Continue reading Reference Models and Architectures related to Smart, Connected Devices and Internet of Things

Architectural Reference Models related to Smart, Connected Devices

Lately I figured out that I haven't covered resources on the topic of Smart, Connected Devices (aka Internet of Things (IoT)) in the knowledge base. As the topic spreads across multiple architectural domains (business, application and infrastructure), I've updated several knowledge base pages. Please note that the current resources are just a start. Views on the Business … Continue reading Architectural Reference Models related to Smart, Connected Devices

The Myth of Digital Transformation

At the moment Digital Transformation (sometimes also called Digitalization or just Digital) is a prevalent term used on the Internet, in research and various industries. The behemoths of the consulting business have shaped offerings around Digital Transformation (e.g. Accenture, PWC, CapGemini, McKinsey) and established research organizations have embraced the theme (e.g. MIT Center for Digital Business, Digital Business … Continue reading The Myth of Digital Transformation

The Open Group Introduced New Standards Supporting Risk Management

At the latest The Open Group conference in London the Security Forum introduced version 2.0 of the Risk Taxonomy (O-RT) technical standard and released the new technical standard Risk Analysis (O-RA). The new version of the Risk Taxonomy standard incorporates some minor updates based on the feedback by practitioners that have been using it. As … Continue reading The Open Group Introduced New Standards Supporting Risk Management

Upcoming Tweet Jam on the Convergence of Emerging Technologies hosted by The Open Group

At first Gartner picked up the thought and named it 'The Nexus of Forces'. IDC coined the term 'third platform' and The Open Group established a new forum named 'Platform 3.0'. All of them recognized that there are several (emerging) technologies that are likely to converge in the future and potentially change the way businesses and … Continue reading Upcoming Tweet Jam on the Convergence of Emerging Technologies hosted by The Open Group

Frameworks and Conceptual Models for Documenting Business Models and Strategy-related Parts of an Enterprise Architecture

A fews weeks ago Nick Malik released version 3.5 of the Enterprise Business Motivation Model (EBMM) (see his corresponding blog post here). On the occasion of that new release I reflected the list of frameworks and conceptual models I know for documenting business models and strategy-related parts of an enterprise architecture. Actually this list is manifold. The … Continue reading Frameworks and Conceptual Models for Documenting Business Models and Strategy-related Parts of an Enterprise Architecture