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This presentation explores IT governance models used to govern architecture decisions and a framework to assess architecture maturity in large-scale enterprises.
Publisher: Software Engineering Institute
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This presentation explores the various IT governance models used by organizations to govern the architecture decisions, the framework to assess the architecture maturity in an organization, and a case study of multiple large scale enterprises on their IT architecture maturity.