Kemal A. Delic is a senior technologist and practicing enterprise architect with Hewlett‐Packard Co. He is Visiting Senior Fellow with The Open University, UK. He is also adjunct professor at IAE business school at Grenoble University. He serves as associate editor to ACM Ubiquity magazine. He acted as an advisor and consultant to European Commission on FET programs. He holds 2 US and 1 EU patent. Lives in Grenoble, France. He holds Dipl. El. Ing. Degree from the University of Sarajevo (‘81). During the last 30+ years he has worked mainly in the area of very large scale systems: either on industrial, commercial products or academic research. His principal interest is in architecture, design and engineering of the very large scale systems. In 1989/90 and 1994/96 he was visiting professor and researcher with CNR – Italian National Research Council – IEI institute working on error detection through signature analysis (PDCS Project) , Bayesian Belief Network models in safety arguments (EU SHIP Project) and marketing with mobile intelligent agents (EU MIA Project). He has published 100 + papers, articles and essays in journals, magazines and conferences. He has given talks, delivered lectures and organized workshops and conferences. In 80ies he has published original book on Pattern Recognition Principles and lately 3 book chapters on Enterprise Knowledge Clouds (2010, 2011). His recent research interest is in the science and practice of hybrid complex systems. Big Science, Big Data and Digital Economy are his most recent interest.