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The Data-Centric Enterprise: A Blueprint for EA
Understand the patterns and styles that help you build successful enterprise architectures.

Enterprise Architect Summit, May 2006

 Listen to the audio and watch the slides! (Running time: 59 minutes)
Natty Gur,

Enterprise architecture (EA) is a complex undertaking for many organizations because they must choose from many different EA frameworks. While these frameworks can help you with specific approaches and methods, they are not helpful when you are working on the content of the outcomes.

EA patterns can help you with the outcome's content. Patterns create blueprints for different architectures and decrease the resources necessary to achieve a successful and agile EA. You can match your EA and patterns by using styles. Styles employ a simple life metaphor to describe much more complex activities.

This session walks you through design patterns, architecture patterns, EA patterns, and styles. In particular, gain insight about a new style that describes data-centric enterprises. Get proven blueprints, and understand the concepts that will help you build successful business, information, system, and infrastructure architectures.

About the Speaker
Natty Gur has 13 years of experience in the IT field. For seven years he has focused on running EA in companies and governmental bodies. Gur also serves as technical director of the Insurance Accounting & Systems Association (IASA) and is a member of the IASA board of directors. He has been elected by Microsoft as an MVP for the last three years.


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