Technology
I started my career as a software developer and worked my way up the value chain to include architecture, product, and executive roles.  I have not lost interest in my roots, however, and have therefore kept my skills quite recent.  I remain quite capable in each of the fields listed below, and sometimes get a bit 'hands-on' with my teams for purpose of both mentoring and ensuring proper implementation.  

To be quite honest, one of the most rewarding aspects of my career is to mentor others and set them up to be successful.
Cloud Computing
Service Oriented Architecture
Enterprise Architecture
Most of my work has been deployed in data centers, but more recent projects have been cloud-deployed.  I have specifically worked with both Amazon and Microsoft cloud offerings.
It is common for me to deconstruct a problem into its atomic components, then reconstruct using both an Enterprise Service Bus and Business Process Management tool.  This approach allows for simplified development and upgrade of individual system components, but does introduct additional governance requirements.
Enterprise Architecture is used to determine how an organization can most effectively achieve its current and future objectives via a combination of architecture and process.  I have been quite successful in filling this role at several organizations.
Business Process Management
Security
Identity Management
Business Process Management allows for the configuring, not coding, of business processes.  It is common for me to deploy this type of tool when conditions allow.  The tool is best used when there are well-designed web services to use in process flow configurations.
I have been responsible for security from an infrastructure, application, and service perspective.  For example, I have typically provided the infrastructure security plans for data centers I build out, then work with the infrastructure and infosec teams to refine.  I also design application and serive security architectures when deploying a service oriented architecture.
I tend to offload identity management from both applications and services, preferrably to a combination of identity management tools and hardware appliances (e.g. IBM DataPower, etc.).  This approach decouples this function from individual services, thus permitting simplified access requirements and overall governance.
Business Intelligence
Governance
Application Development
 Governance is the ability to define, track, and monitor service execution on any number of platforms, on-premise, or cloud computing based.  The key is to proactively detect, resolve, and mitigate production issues.  I build governance into every system I design and build. 
Built several commercially available software products, including 'Symantec GreatWorks', Avolent BizCast, and more.  Every product I have built has won industry awards and/or has resulted in company acquisition.
I have personally built a broadly adopted reporting solution for the NextStep platform, so have a keen understanding of reporting.  Business Intelligence takes this one step further.  I have deployed both reporting servers and BI solutions for a number of my projects.
OSGi and Micro Services
I have leveraged both OSGi and Micro Services in my latest projects.  Although I typically stay at the architecture and management levels in my work, I have taken the time to become quite expert with OSGi enRoute and related technologies.