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Portfolio Management in a Digital Enterprise

In a digital enterprise, the business is IT and IT is part of the business. The question whether a separate IT department is still required is a good one. But let’s leave that one aside for the moment and look... Continue Reading →

Application re-architecture: how to adapt automation tools to your architecture standards

By: Xavier Plot, Global Business Analysis Capability Leader, Hewlett Packard Company Luc Vogeleer, Global Chief Technologist - Application Transformation, Hewlett Packard Company In a previous article, I explained how to not lose your application intellectual property while adopting the new... Continue Reading →

Batch to the future–Part 2

The Batch is dead, long live to batch jobs In our previous blog entry, we raised the point that the Cloud is the unique opportunity to promote smart architectures with enough details so that we can address larger issues beyond... Continue Reading →

In 2013 a small cross HP team created version 5 of the HP Cloud Functional Reference Architecture. Unfortunately the original blog describing this architecture is no longer online, so I re-published it for your reference here. This work actually led... Continue Reading →

The business aspects of Cloud: Part 5 – Do you need multi-tenancy?

This entry was originally published in January 2012 on the CloudSource blog. In part 4 of this series I described how to assess applications and decide whether they should be hosted in a private cloud or a public cloud. One... Continue Reading →

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