Architecture

Enterprise Architecture

Enterprise architecture (EA) is the process by which organizations standardize and organize IT infrastructure to align with business goals.

What is Enterprise Architecture?

Enterprise Architecture (EA) is an organizational model; an abstract representation of an Enterprise that aligns strategy, operations and technology to create a roadmap for success. There are many definitions of the word enterprise: in EA, an enterprise is a complex organization that is attempting to undergo change. – https://eabok.org
Snippet from Wikipedia: Enterprise architecture

Enterprise Architecture (EA) is a discipline that: i) defines, organises, standardizes, and documents the whole architecture and all important elements of the respective organisation, covering relevant domains such as business, digital, physical, or organisational; and ii) the relations and interactions between elements that belong to those domains, such as processes, functions, applications, events, data, or technologies.

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Agile Enterprise Frameworks:

See also

  • COBIT
  • ITIL

Perspectives:

  • Business perspective - Defines the processes and standards by which the business operates on a day-to-day basis
  • Application perspective - Defines the interactions among the processes and standards used by the organization
  • Information/data perspective - Defines and classifies the raw data (such as document files, databases, images, presentations, and spreadsheets) that the organization requires in order to efficiently operate
  • Technology perspective - Defines the hardware, operating systems, programming, and networking solutions used by the organization

EA Pillars:

Other roles:

  • Business Architect
  • System Architect
  • Digital Architect
  • CIO

… as a function:

  • Role vs Function - EA is a function???!?

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