IASA’s Five Pillars of IT Architecture
So, you are an architect. What does this mean? How do you define yourself? The International Association of Software Architects (IASA) has worked with more than 7000 architects to create a common definition and understanding of IT Architecture as expressed by five pillars: Business Technology Strategy; Human Dynamics; Quality Attributes; IT Environment; and Design, and to create a common vocabulary to be shared amongst all IT Architects. The IASA has further defined IT Architecture as a profession backed by various levels of certification. This session discusses the IASA Architectural Foundations 101/102 material, offering a clear understanding of what IT Architecture is, and who IT Architects are. Come, learn and validate what 30,000 architects worldwide are now sharing.
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