Executive Update

A Solution Architect Is Really a "Problem Architect"

Posted July 29, 2014 in Business & Enterprise Architecture

We've observed that architecture in the enterprise is still an evolving discipline. We saw how the reality and the words that purport to be tags for the reality might be two entirely different things. If the word-reality gap is true of architecture in general, is it not reasonable to expect this to be so with "solution architecture" and "solution architect," too?

About The Author
Balaji Prasad
Balaji Prasad is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium’s Business & Enterprise Architecture practice. He is President of the strategic architecture firm, Eminnode LLC. Previously, Mr. Prasad served as an EA leader within Cognizant’s Global Banking and Financial Services Practice and as CTO and Chief Architect for various large enterprises, including EDS (now HP Enterprise Services), General Motors, OnStar, and The Hartford Financial… Read More
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