On 10 Dec 2012, HKCS EA SIG and AEA-HK co-organized a seminar on the topic of “Archimate ~ an Open Group Standard Modeling Language for Enterprise Architecture”. It was our pleasure to have speaker, Serge, CIO at Architecting the Enterprise to give the speech and introduce the Archimate. We now have a tool and notation on describing EA or TOGAF. The event was great success and we had around 20 people attended the event. Keep in touch with us for the coming great EA events!
AEA-HK and HKCS co-organized a seminar on “ArchiMate – an Open Group Standard Modeling Language for Enterprise Architecture”. ArchiMate is an enterprise modeling tool for designing, communicating and managing architecture views. ArchiMate provides an unambiguous, integrated, and consistent modeling language for that purpose. AEA-HK members could join the event for FREE.
Date: 10 December 2012 (Monday)
Time: 7:00pm – 8:00pm (registration starts at 6:30pm)
Venue: PQ703, Mong Man Wai Building, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Speaker: Serge Thorn, CIO of Architecting the Enterprise
Fee: FREE for AEA-HK members
You have a chance to win a free Archimate training (certification exam not included)! See you there!
Chairman, Dave Chen presented at Cloud World Forum Asia 2012 on the topic of ”Cloud Computing and Enterprise Architecture”. Here is the presentation slide for those who have no time to join the event. Do keep in touch with us at Linkedin and we will be supporting and participating into more events in the future.
AEA-HK will be one of the speaker in the event of “Cloud World Forum Asia 2012″ on the topic of “Enterprise Architecture & Cloud Computing”. AEA-HK members could have complimentary tickets and let us know if you are interested to participate in such great event.
Date/Time: 12-14th November 2012
Venue: Eaton Smart Hotel, Hong Kong
(AEA-HK session will be on 14th Nov 14:30)
Mr. Dave Chen, the Chairman of AEA-HK would be the panelists of the “Cloud Security Forum 2012″ on the topic of “Best Practices of Mitigating Risk in Cloudy Days”.
|Date:||27 September 2012 (Thursday)|
|Time:||1:30 – 6:15p.m.|
|Venue:||15/F, Hong Kong Club Building, 3A Chater Road, Central, Hong Kong|
|Admission:||Early bird Rate: HK$970 (on or before 10 September 2012)|
|Standard Rate: HK$1,260|
The Hong Kong Computer Society, in collaboration with The Open Group and with support from the AEA HK Chapter, is hosting The Open Group Certified Architect (Open CA) program board interviews at the HKCS on Friday 5th October 2012
About The Open Group Certified Architect (Open CA) Program
The Open CA program (formerly ITAC) was created in 2005 and now has over 3500 certified people from 160 companies in over 60 countries across the world. It is the market leading independent benchmark by which to identify the existence and validity of an IT or Enterprise Architect’s skills and experience. It is different to most IT certification programs in that there are no courses to attend or exams to take.
The Open CA certification requires a candidate to submit written evidence that demonstrates the candidate’s mastery of the necessary skills in real world situations. This evidence is reviewed by a board of three architects who have been certified by this process, and the board decides if the evidence provided meets the certification requirements. If it does, then the holder of this certification has demonstrated actual successful practice.
Applying for Open CA Certification
There are three levels to the Open CA program: Certified (Level 1), Master (Level 2), and Distinguished (Level 3). The program is made up of four parts:
- Core foundation skills
- Experience requirements
- Professional development
- Contributions to the architect community
Each level requires the candidate to complete a certification package, which contains a series of questions that map to the Conformance Requirements required by the program. Candidates need to answer each section and give a detailed account of how they dealt with each area. They will also need to provide a minimum of two (2) experience profiles for Level 1 (three (3) for Level 2 and 3) that describe how their skills were used in their particular IT projects.
Don’t miss this golden change and for details on the registration:
Thanks for all the support to the EA half-day seminar on 11 July 2012. The event was a great success and over 100 IT practitioners registered. The 4 world leader EA speakers share their real-world EA valuable experience. I am sure that all of us has learnt a lot especially the positioning of Enterprise Architect in Hong Kong enterprise. Please keep in touch with AEA-HK for the next great event.
It is my pleasure to meet the Association of Enterprise Architect, Toronto Chapter Chairman, Jason Uppal. A great chance to learn from world-class EA practitioners sharing their experience.
AEA-HK and HKCS co-organized a half-day seminar “Enterprise Architecture – Real-World Experience Sharing”. It is an exceptional opportunity where four EA leaders from CIO-Connect, CLP, HSBC, and Open Group will share their real-world experience. AEA-HK members could enjoy discount at $50 HKD.
Date: 11 July 2012 (Wednesday)
Time: 1:30pm – 6:00pm (registration starts at 1:30pm)
Venue: Lecture Theatre, 1/F., HKPC Building, 78 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Fee: $50 for AEA-HK members
- Regional Head of Architecture, HSBC
- Head of Group Technology and Architecture, CLP Power HK
- Vice President of Enterprise Architecture, Open Group
- Program Director, CIO-Connect
On 30 May 2012, HKCS EA SIG and AEA-HK co-organized a experience sharing event on the topic of “SOA Governance for the eHR Project”. It was our pleasure to have speaker, Clara, Senior System Manager at Hospital Authority to give the speech and share the SOA practical experience on their eHR project. She has highligted the design and runtime SOA governance in the project and also shared the vaulable tips on implementing SOA. The event was great success and we had over 50 people attended the event, full-house of a PolyU classroom. Keep in touch with us for the coming great EA events!
For those who miss the event, you may download the powerpoint at here.