Stephen H. Kaisler

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An enterprise architecture (EA) identifies the main components of the organization, its information systems, the ways in which these components work together in order to achieve defined business objectives, and the way in which the information systems support the business processes of the organization. The components include staff, business processes,(More)
The U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) are responsible for protecting the Capitol Hill complex encompassing the Senate and House office buildings and the Capitol building. Currently, the USCP operate numerous legacy systems, many of which exist as stovepipes. They are modernizing their suite of administrative and law enforcement systems. The USCP recognized that(More)
Big data can be defined as data which requires latest technologies other than the traditional tools and techniques to handle it, due to its unstructured nature. Huge volume, various varieties and high velocity create lots of other challenges and issues regarding its management and processing. Big data is growing at an exponential rate so it becomes(More)
Enterprise Architecting (EA) is the process of developing enterprise Information Technology architecture. An EA focuses on a holistic and integrated view of the why, where, and who uses IT systems and how and what they are used for within an organization. An enterprise architect develops the strategy and enables the decisions for designing, developing, and(More)