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Future City projects is the next wave of creating impact on humanity. There is a wide parity today among the major players in this ecosystem. For the citizens and businesses, this poses opportunities and risks in equal measure. The Enterprise Architect role metamorphoses into an Ecosystem Architect. This is an experience sharing session through work done across seven different countries in Asia. This session will open doors to new ways of looking at the role of an EA and an extrapolation into a possible future.
The Architecture Community of Practice (ACoP) is made up of passionate professionals specialising in enterprise, business, information, application, technology and solution architectures. ACoP was formed with the objective of promoting the advancement of the architecture practice through sharing, learning and support in the vibrant network of practitioners.
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Anyone interested in learning, sharing and networking with fellow architecture practitioners
Mr. Madhu Dharmarajan is a Lead Enterprise Architect at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, South East Asia including Taiwan and Hong Kong. He is the HPE’s chief technologist for HPE Future Cities Initiatives. His mission is to make technology matter for the people.
Madhu is an experienced Enterprise Architect and Technologist with two decades of experience in successfully leading technology transformations. He has rich experience in enabling new business models through technology initiatives in Japan, UK, India and South East Asia.
Madhu is an active member of The Open Group, Association of Enterprise Architects and ISACA. He writes regularly on his blog icehusk on trends in technology transformation.
This event is one of the NICF initiatives.