Srikanth Inaganti

Srikanth InagantiSrikanth Inaganti currently a Practice Partner with Enterprise Architecture Consulting division of Wipro Consulting Services. He has 15 years of experience in IT industry. His areas of interest are Service Oriented Architecture, Cloud computing, Enterprise Architecture, Roadmap definition to enterprise IT initiatives, Technology management, Competency/talent building, Technology brand building & Thought leadership, Solution architecture definition & elaboration, Architecture validation, Project/program planning, Pre-sales, Framework/Consulting tool kit development etc. He is a certified PMP, TOGAF8 certified EA, member of SOA working group at Open Group and AOGEA. He can be reached by e-mail at inaganti.srikanth@gmail.com.


Product Development Challenges for IT Services Companies

Product Development Challenges for IT Services Companies In his position as a Practice Partner in the Enterprise Architecture Consulting Practice at Wipro, Srikanth Inaganti has had a first-hand opportunity to observe that IT services companies are delivering similar or the same solutions in different vertical industry segments. This practice has frequently led to either limited […]

Information Integration Based on SOA

Information Integration Based on SOA A frequent contributor to the Monthly Update, Srikanth Inaganti, presents a step-by-step approach to assist the enterprise architect in avoiding technology issues that can derail process initiatives. Followed carefully, the end result will be a streamlined information delivery system.

Testing a SOA Application

Testing a SOA Application To avoid the many potential sources of failure because of reuse requirements, Srikanth Inaganti and Sriram Aravamudan advocate a robust testing methodology for a SOA application. In this Article, these experienced Enterprise Architecture consultants provide an overall testing methodology. But in addition, they caution that in terms of the success of […]

Service Design Essentials

Service Design Essentials Srikanth Inaganti and Srini Chintala offer advice to managers overseeing SOA transformation projects. During their years of experience as consultants in Enterprise Architecture, they have compiled a set of best practices to apply at the various steps in the transformation process, and they provide them as guidelines in this Article.

SOA Maturity Model Scenarios

SOA Maturity Model Scenarios Srikanth Inaganti, in another of his insightful articles, simplifies the Maturity Model and demonstrates that a successful SOA Transformation Process, from Level One through Level Five, depends on wide-ranging IT processes. All who are interested in understanding Maturity Models will want to read this article.

Reuse Framework for SOA

Reuse Framework for SOA Srikanth Inaganti discusses the overall framework for business logic, or code reuse, in the context of SOA, and proposes solutions to some of the hurdles you may encounter in promoting a reuse culture in your organization.

SOA Maturity Model

SOA Maturity Model Believing that pursuing either technology or process in isolation will not produce the best result, Srikanth Inaganti and Sriram Aravamudan propose an SOA maturity model for assessing the effectiveness of processes, people, and technology options, as well as the maturity of the architecture.

Service Identification: BPM and SOA Handshake

Service Identification: BPM and SOA Handshake Srikanth Inaganti and Gopala Behera once again address this timely subject. In this article, they emphasize the need for value chain analysis and discuss some best practices to avoid ambiguities that sometimes occur in service identification. They stress the need for business and IT collaboration throughout the process to […]