This talk shares Statoil's journey toward adoption of modern IT technologies and architecture patterns like cloud computing, machine learning, and microservices.
This talk shows how Statoil has set up a company-wide network of architects, both on the business side and on the IT side, who work together.
This talk outlines why large enterprises attract and cultivate mediocrity and suggests some measures that large organizations can take to avoid this phenomenon.
The role of IT should be to provide software engineering competence and infrastructure to enable a business to create solutions for its challenges.
This presentation overviews Statoil's experience with the types of devices that are called the Internet of Things and some challenges and opportunities in this area.
This talk shares leadership challenges of modernizing legacy systems, illustrated by a 20-year-old custom-made client/server application with 3.5 million lines of code.
Statoil has studied how to best develop systems of action. This talk presents a stack model defining a capability hierarchy used to position applicable technologies.
Presentation at SATURN 2014. Presenters address some questions facing software architects and use project experience to illustrate learnings.