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Thursday, April 30 • 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Making Better Architectural Choices with the Architecture Valuation Framework

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In an era when generating business value is the principle consideration of what enterprise architecture (EA) does, many EA organizations face the challenge of demonstrating the value of a specific architecture choice. The challenge is further compounded by the fact that the value of architecture is often demonstrable only long after the architecture has been put in place. Even then, the ability to assign value to architecture—as opposed to a specific tool, process, or organizational change—is difficult. Departing from the "I told you so" approach for measuring the value of architecture, the Architecture Valuation Framework aims to quantify value of architecture choices at the time when those choices are being made. Expressed in business terms and echoing the concerns of cost, speed, and quality, the Architecture Valuation Framework is a technique that provides pertinent data, in the form of quantitative measures, to decision makers to aid in selecting an optimal architecture choice among alternatives.

This session discusses the structure of the framework; the approach to implementing it; and its applicability to the target architecture definition process, solution reviews, and the strategy definition.

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Voytek Janisz

Progressive Insurance
Voytek Janisz is a senior enterprise architect at Progressive Insurance. Janisz is responsible for overall strategy of the evolution of the enterprise architecture practice at Progressive. He led initiatives to standardize the approach for describing enterprise architecture, establish architecture governance, and utilize architectural information across all IT disciplines. Janisz's background includes strategy development, systems engineering... Read More →

Thursday April 30, 2015 1:30pm - 2:00pm
3. Salon E

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