As the adoption of SOA, Cloud, and Digital become more prevalent it is clear that many projects are highly reliant on shared infrastructure. This infrastructure must be paid for in some manner and must be accounted for across the enterprise.
This paper looks at the challenges around how to create a funding model that will pay for the shared portions of your Digital- SOA and discusses some of the pitfalls awaiting the “simple” approaches.
This paper is intended to support executive and leadership teams to understand how to fund sustainable Digital-SOA and Enterprise Architectures that contain shared infrastructures.
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Richard Whyte has been building enterprise IT solutions for over 20 years. He is known for creating innovative practical solutions that provide a strong foundation for future development, whilst solving immediate problems. Previously the European CTO and Principal Architect for IBM Systems Middleware at IBM, he has an MBA, a degree in Statistics and Computing, is a Chartered Engineer, a Chartered IT Professional, and Fellow of both the Institute of Technology and the British Computer Society.