Enterprise Technology Ecosystem in .NET

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he SOCKET methodology can be viewed from an ecosystem perspective This means that all the components of the ecosystem are treated as important and critical A change in any one of the components will result in a change in the way the ecosystem works At any particular point in time, the ecosystem may be optimized or tuned for accomplishing a certain set of business or technology objectives, or for delivering a particular set of functionalities exceptionally well As the business environment changes, the ecosystem should be optimized in accordance with those changes
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ORGANIC IT ARCHITECTURE
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The ecosystem perspective gives an organic and evolving view of the enterprise architecture In contrast, the conventional enterprise architecture view is static and mechanistic In the conventional view, the business objectives are assumed as a given and the technology architecture is developed to optimize achievement of business objectives In the technology ecosystem, it is recognized that the business ecosystem1 itself is dynamic and that the business objectives are therefore always changing Further, the technology components themselves are continuously evolving Hence, the enterprise architecture should be designed to evolve and adapt; thus, it has to be viewed as an ecosystem In a static, inorganic view of the enterprise technology infrastructure, change requires a company to completely redesign the new architecture from scratch, while hoping to keep as much of the existing technology unchanged as possible This static viewpoint yields an 114
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infrastructure that is then optimized for the new conditions but by the time the changes are in place, the conditions have changed again The technology infrastructure always lags behind the business objectives The solution to this dilemma is to view the enterprise as a dynamic, organic ecosystem The ecosystem perspective emphasizes the idea that the technology infrastructure is dynamic, and though it may be stable or tuned or optimized at any given point in time, it will eventually change again The key is to change it in a controlled manner, at a rate of change suitable to the enterprise, and in a direction dictated by the enterprise business objectives This requires viewing the technology ecosystem as a whole The technology ecosystem has to be seen as an infrastructure layer supporting the business processes of the enterprise in the entire business ecosystem, both within and outside the enterprise The purpose of the technology ecosystem is to make the business processes faster, more efficient, and more effective
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When the business requirements change, such as in the case of new laws like Sarbanes-Oxley, the technology ecosystem must be reviewed in the context of the new business ecosystem The new business process ecosystem also has to be analyzed The SOCKET ecosystem, for example, dictates these four rules: 1 Section 103 Documents and records should be preserved for seven years to mirror the storage requirements for auditors 2 Section 302 All the financial data should be accurate 3 Section 404 The internal controls must be in place and auditable 4 Section 409 There should be real-time reporting of material events that affect current and projected financials This makes it important to apply these newly important business requirements to the ecosystem and change it accordingly Should this be taken to mean that a completely new technology infrastructure is required The short answer is no One of the fundamental premises of this guidebook is that 80 percent of companies
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already have at least 80 percent of the technology required to achieve Sarbanes-Oxley compliance However, adapting an ecosystem to new business and regulatory stimuli (or requirements) will necessitate a detailed audit of the infrastructure The output or work product of that audit will be a report with a gap analysis of what the ideal system for the current business requirement of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance looks like and how well the current system provides for compliance The next step is to compile a reengineering report This report outlines how many of the requirements identified by the gap analysis can be satisfied by reorganizing the existing technology infrastructure, and which of them may require new technology With this report in hand, the reorganized technology infrastructure is created and then the remaining gaps are filled using new technologies Even here, a lot can be accomplished by procuring or developing simple patches or fixes; usually, only a few requirements will demand completely new technology The enterprise technology ecosystem is designed to adaptively and continuously align the enterprise business and technology goals and operations in the continuously changing business ecosystem The technology ecosystem allows the CIO to visualize the enterprise IT infrastructure from a holistic perspective and to see its interaction or relationship to changes in the business ecosystem (for example, Sarbanes-Oxley and the financial business processes that it affects)
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