Before new industries are successful and before any software should be written,
a reliable and repeatable architecture must be defined. Although the majority of
projects and applications use existing architectures, development of new
architectures is a service GDI provides.
Enterprise architecture development has been gaining increased visibility
with the introduction of SOA, Web 2.0 and other recent technologies, visions
and frameworks. Not all IT systems can be architected with the same
principals and guidelines.
Our approach to enterprise architecture development involves the enterprise's
stakeholders, business analysts, technical engineers, financial advisors and other
key contributors in an aggressive discovery, analysis and decision-making process.
Collectively, we define such key architectural
elements as strategy, measurability, technical ability, human and technical resources,
governance and many other facets of the business/technology symbiosis.