One of the difficulties in Enterprise Architecture is to do information modelling in a structured way. Last year, I found out how they did something similar in Hollywood. I described the problem last month in “How is Jimmy dressed”.
First of all, we need to understand why we are moving into the clouds, with all the pros and cons we have with this decision.
Life is often a compromise and it is also true for selecting IT-solutions for organisations.
I continue to use our media company as an example for how to define a cloud strategy. Albeit small, with twelve main processes and lots of interactions with other parties, it’s getting complex quite fast.
I begun writing stories on paper, taking photos with Instamatic cameras and broadcasting radio long time before using a computer. Therefore, it’s not a surprise that I have started a media company a while ago.
But how does this relates to Enterprise Architecture at all? Isn’t EA only for large and complex companies and not for small businesses?
I don’t agree, so what is better than to show how to use an EA mindset for a small business.
Last scene in a manuscript
Jimmy enters the black taxi from the right side and you could hear som music from his mobile.
The question now is how is Jimmy dressed and what music is playing on his phone?