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"Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the wise, seek what they sought." -Basho
"Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the wise, seek what they sought." -Basho

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Thanks for this presentation! You tend to add new twists to your existing body of work...

Here are just some random thoughts that came to my mind while watching:

The final advice to learn from China will certainly go down well with the audience, as much as the MAGBA pun. (But then: Is it a pun? Might be a great idea for a post-BREXIT scenario! :-))

Using the term DevOps at a Google conference is also interesting, They try to avoid the term and call their version of DevOps SRE, site reliability engineering. :-)

All joking aside: I like the VC idea about China, here are some numbers, that might be useful for your slide to add:
"The U.S. debt to China is $1.058 trillion, as of December 2016. That's 27.8 percent of the $3.8 trillion in Treasury bills, notes, and bonds held by foreign countries. The rest of the $19.9 trillion national debt is owned by either the American people or by the U.S. government itself." https://www.thebalance.com/u-s-debt-to-china-how-much-does-it-own-3306355

While IT executives are trying to improve their situational awareness, the publication of the Gartner Hype Cycle is a much awaited annual event, it appears to pretend to be a "map" about the climate, to follow your line of reasoning. (Admittedly, the Gartner magic quadrant is more about environment, to check out, where the competitors are.) Your map about weak signals however, somewhat appears to reflect the hype cycle. (I know, both are not maps by your defintion, but they are used as such! :-)

As an enterprise architect, I do not wonder you found that the replication of systems/functions in corporations is higher than in governmental IT stacks. Corporations tend to grow by mergers & aquisitions, so over time, multiple (dozens to hundreds) IT stacks at different level of maturity end up in one big company and it is hardly possible to ever get rid of this "legacy", Governments tend not to grow by mergers & aquisitions, well, at least as long MAGBA stays a pun... (Sorry, could not resist... :-)

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Only in America...
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Insanely great...

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