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  1. Bank of America Merrill LynchGlobal Markets & Research TechnologyThe Next Generation Enterprise Iain Mortimer March 2010

  2. Agenda Nature of the Future Business Environment Technical needs of the future Forecasting technical showers for the cloud

  3. Future Business Environment(An IT practitioner perspective) Globalisation Regulation Technology

  4. Globalisation Continuing emergence of global organisations Consolidation of product/service providers Maturity of multi-sourcing Peak Oil - ~2016? Asia/Latam economic growth (Requires Systems Integration, Inter-operation and Security)

  5. Regulation Financial Services Coordinated multi-regulator activity Dive for transparency (bi-temporality) Demands frequent, timely data Product complexity continues to grow Non Financial Services E.g. Pharma, Transport (Requires advanced Data Management)

  6. Technology IT advances Greater compute and storage capacity Appliances Intelligent machines? Bio-technology Health, Agriculture Quantum Manipulation of matter (Requires designing for change)

  7. Technical needs of the future Integration Inter-operation Security (Identity & Role) Data Management Flexibility

  8. Integration(Moving data between organisations) Promise of SOA taking time to arrive A large organisation’s middleware choices can profoundly hinder supply side partners Most middleware drives vendor lock-in JMS – is an API standard AMQP – is a wire protocol

  9. Inter-operation Fire and forget requests will not be enough in the future. Externalising demand, latency, system problems across the full IT supply chain will be key differentiators Agile Business Process Definition Monitoring Dynamic Capacity Trading Exchanges

  10. Security (Identity & Role) Organisation’s IT will no longer be a fortress. Bank of America Merrill Lynch Wealth Pervasive Identity standardised entitlements frameworks will be needed Data loss & recovery Interception & watermarking Audit

  11. Data Management Shift in systems design thinking Traditional focus on “data at rest” Must encompass “data in transit” Semantic web still has very poor adoption Certain verticals developing key standards Financial Services – FPML, FIX FMCG - EDI

  12. Flexibility Application virtualisation will have a big impact on developers (finally) Environmental management Packaging Developers will have to think more architecturally Distributed design issues Design for n+1

  13. Next Generation Architecture Future Business models and IT execution styles will force a shift in the dynamics of systems These issues will hinder business growth until resolved Architecture practice will be more like understanding bird’s wings in flight - than using traditional construction analogies

  14. Forecasting Technical Showers for the Cloud – settled weather to follow Enterprises must first fully understand their execution state – over their (perceived) configuration state Cloud providers must support a wide variety of platforms on demand and focus on reducing the technical issues highlighted here