Tag: Agile

Enterprise Architecture as the Gateway to Digital Transformation – Takeaways from the Gartner EA Summit 2016

Last week, CAST attended the Gartner EA Summit, held at National Harbor. It was two days of jam-packed sessions and workshops about Enterprise Architecture, but what stuck out the most was the value of this very unique discipline as a catalyst for Digital Transformation.

EA and Digital Transformation were the core focus of many presentations, including Mike J. Walker’s session “Leverage EA to Understand the Value and Impacts of Digital Disruption.” Mike stressed that this ever-evolving discipline is becoming a vital component to corporate strategy, delivering high-performing and sustainable business outcomes.

Agile-Waterfall Hybrid Best for Structural Quality According to CRASH Report Findings

For the last half-decade, a debate has raged over which project management method reigned supreme – Agile or Waterfall. To determine which held the advantage, some looked at the management techniques and fluidity with which projects were completed, others judged the debate by pointing to the structural quality of the applications being developed.

Introducing Security into Mainstream Development – Part 2

Last month, I had the opportunity to discuss the expanding threat of mobile IT security with CAST’s audience. The feedback we got was so overwhelming, I wanted to answer the questions we might have missed here on the blog. Lev already answered some of your questions in a previous post, so for my follow-up post, I’ll focus on the risks that often go ignored throughout the software development process.