Stockholm, Sweden | 8:30 -12:00 | 04 December 2018 | Helio - Sveavägen 9 | Seymore Cray Conference Room
Old EA is dying. What's next?
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Special guests: Sofia Gilliusson (Sweden), Dr. Phil Tetlow (UK), Johan Lundqvist (Sweden), Petteri Vainikka (Finland).
08:30-09:00 -- Breakfast and registration
09:00-09:15 -- Welcome introduction
by Johan Lundqvist - Sales Director Ardoq, Sweden
09:15-10:00 -- Ecosystems and graph are transformative to enterprises
by Dr. Phil Tetlow - Adjunct Prof. at Southampton University; Academy of Technology Member at IBM;
CTO at Three Steps Left
- Q & A Phil Tetlow -
10:00-10:30 -- New EA you need to know
by Petteri Vainikka - CMO Ardoq
10:30-11:00 -- Break and networking
11:00-11:30 -- Automation and EA at Schibsted with Ardoq
Sofia Gilliusson, Enterprise Architect, Schibsted Enterprise Technology
- Q&A Sofia Gilliusson -
11:30-11:45 -- End of the seminar
- Lunch with Ardoq (limited no. of places) -
Note: all the guests will have access to the Ardoq 'Demo Booth'
Business today is radically different from that often traditionally portrayed. Most of us have instinctively worked that out already, but few actually know why we are experiencing such change and what it really means for IT Architecture. Faced with demands like increased agility and greater systems’ reach, what are the new tools and techniques available for IT Architects and why is Enterprise Architecture already outmoded? What’s next and why is understanding graph’s place in the change process so important? These and other questions are answered as Phil Tetlow takes us down the rabbit hole on a fascinating sociotechnical adventure into the future.
For the past 17 years Phil has worked at IBM as a Client Analytics Architect (CTO Data Ecosystems) where he helps top 100 companies build really big data and analytics IT Systems. In his spare time he focuses more on the fundamental nature of information at scale. He is a qualified Executive IT Architect, an Adjunct Professor of Web Science at the University of Southampton and a member of IBM's Academy of Technology Leadership Team.
He holds the first PhD in Web Science, is a Chartered Engineer, an Open Group Distinguished IT Architect, a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and was an Honorary Visiting Fellow of Computer Science at the York University (2009 - 2012). He has over 30 years experience in the IT industry and has worked on a number of challenging client facing projects. He specialises in the application of web-based technologies, metadata and transformation techniques at enterprise level.
He has participated in the World Wide Web Consortium and coordinated their taskforce on the application of the Semantic Web in Software Engineering as part of the Semantic Web Best Practices and Deployment Working Group. In 2017 he also helped advise the UK Government on artifical intelligence.
He is currently working on Social Machines, Graph Database , Data Lakes and his much awaited third book.
Read Ardoq's interview with Dr. Phil Tetlow here.
The presentation will show how Schibsted uses Ardoq for their Enterprise Architecture tool. It will cover using automation for collecting data, integration with system documentation and also how it is used for analysing the business and it-tools from various perspectives. Important lessons and findings on how to work with an EA tool in an ever-changing business will also be shared.
Sofia Gilliusson is Enterprise Architect at Schibsted Media Group in Stockholm. Sofia has more than 20 years of work experience in System Development, Geographic information systems, System Architecture and of course Enterprise Architecture.
Her main focus is on enabling IT systems to support and accelerate the business in a pragmatic and feasible way. She has worked with IT within many various businesses such as forestry, engineering, public sector and media, both as an employee and as a consultant.
More info on Sofia Gilliusson, speaker Ardoq Mornings Stockholm, here.
Learn how the shift from manually drawn architecture diagrams (a linear solution) to data-driven EA (an exponentially scaling solution) is transforming the value and role of enterprise architecture at digital-first organizations globally. Explore case studies of successful customers leveraging the power of New EA focusing on APIs and crowdsourcing of data (input), applying graph analytics and AI to its analysis (processing), and business user friendly automated visualizations to its consumption (output).
Petteri Vainikka is CMO at Ardoq, and is a frequent speaker at industry events globally. Petteri has an MSc in technology from Aalto University in Helsinki, a degree in higher education pedagogics, and a PhD currently on hold. Throughout his 15+ year professional career spanning mobile, internet, data, and enterprise SaaS technologies, he has always found himself at the intersection of emerging technology and its hands-on commercial application.
His most recent 7 years having been at the forefront of Data Management Platform (DMP) evolution from a buzzword to globally recognized billion dollar enterprise SaaS market. He is driven by genuine passion to help customers understand and succeed within rapidly changing ecosystems, catalyzed by new technology.
Petteri’s past work experience ranges across entrepreneur, business development, product management, academic, and general management roles at Sumea, Digital Chocolate, Rovio (Founder and Head of Sales and Marketing), Aalto University, Leiki, Enreach (CMO), and most recently Cxense ASA (CXENSE:Oslo), where he served as SVP Product Management. Petteri has a proven track record of launching and scaling new technology companies internationally, whilst at all times remaining customer experience obsessed in doing so.
The state of EA in Sweden: a research powered by Ardoq
Ardoq has recently conducted a study in Sweden in order to understand the status and directions of Enterprise Architecture in the region. The research is the first of a series of studies that will be released in 2019, reflecting the status of EA in global markets together with predictions on the future of EA, industry shifts that are taking place now and new approaches on EA in the digital era.
The findings of this study reveal the main pain points and issues that Swedish Enterprise Architects and CIOs are facing nowadays, their predictions on the future, together with highlights of the digital transformation processes taking place in their companies at this point. Johan Lundqvist, Ardoq's sales Director in Sweden, will present and elaborate on this research. One can contact Johan for details here.
Johan Lundqvist is serving as Sales Director at Ardoq. He has gained extensive understanding of business and digital transformations from his 25 years career in Enterprise Software in areas as Enterprise Architecture, BPM, CRM, ERP, Quality Systems, Business Intelligence etc. at companies like BiZZdesign, SAP, IDS Scheer and Acando.
Johan’s experience spans across sales, management and consulting with a focus on enabling clients to improve efficiency, transparency and control through innovative business software and consulting. He has worked with many of the largest organizations in the Nordics as well as start-ups and mid-size businesses.
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