An Exploration of Enterprise Technical Debt
Software Engineering Institute
Like all technical debt, enterprise technical debt consists of choices expedient in the short term, but often problematic over the long term. In enterprise technical debt, the impact reaches beyond the scope of a single system or project. Because ignoring enterprise technical debt can have significant consequences, software and systems architects should be alert for it, and they should not let it get overlooked or ignored when they come across it. Remediation of enterprise technical debt requires intervention by governance structures whose scope is broader than that of individual teams or projects. In this SEI podcast, Stephany Bellomo, a principal engineer in the SEI’s Software Solutions Division, talks with principal researcher Suzanne Miller about identifying and remediating enterprise technical debt.
About the Speaker
Stephany Bellomo is a principle engineer at the SEI, working in the Software Solutions Division.
Since joining the SEI in 2007, Bellomo has engaged with dozens of government and DoD clients including the Army, FDA, DHS, NRO, MDA, NASA, VA, and several Intelligence Community organizations. She spent several years working …Read more