12 Core Principles of Application Architecture for Digital Business and IoT

Gartner

Digital business and Internet of Things require innovation. Event-driven interaction with "things" in IoT, context awareness in digital business, real-time decision making and the continuous innovation that drives Mode 2 initiatives in bimodal enterprise all demand agility in information systems and organizations.
The application architecture of most established enterprise systems is focused on long-term stability ahead of agility. All-in-one, three-tier, even basic SOA design models are increasingly seen by technology leaders as a monolithic barrier to innovation. Application leaders in both IT and business organizations must shift to modern architecture thinking. Some will do it faster than others, but all must understand the changing nature of applications, platforms and architecture in digital business and IoT.
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