Achieving a Future State Architecture: The 5 core steps

Jakub Szkandera
Chief Technology Officer
Jakub Szkandera
Chief Technology Officer

It has never been harder to predict what your enterprise will demand of your network and how it should evolve. You can still have a bold vision of change, it just needs a formal, structured approach to guide that evolution – a Future State Architecture approach.

In our latest discussion paper, we’ve focused on how to define that desired future state, while still ensuring alignment with business drivers. We’ll look at the trade-offs between competing objectives and provide example reference architectures that are each optimised for specific business drivers.

Achieving a Future State Architecture: The 5 core steps

Jakub Szkandera
Chief Technology Officer
Jakub Szkandera
Chief Technology Officer

It has never been harder to predict what your enterprise will demand of your network and how it should evolve. You can still have a bold vision of change, it just needs a formal, structured approach to guide that evolution – a Future State Architecture approach.

In our latest discussion paper, we’ve focused on how to define that desired future state, while still ensuring alignment with business drivers. We’ll look at the trade-offs between competing objectives and provide example reference architectures that are each optimised for specific business drivers.

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