Enterprise Architecture modeling

Enterprise Architecture Analysis

This paper discusses two key issues with enterprise architecture modeling – lack of integration between the layers of the model and lack of automated assessment of the model. An excellent discussion on using engineering techniques to plug these gaps in EA integration. 

A Software Tool for Enterprise Architecture Planning

This paper presents a software tool for enterprise architecture planning. The tool facilitates the creation of enterprise architecture models and then evaluates each along criteria to select the most suitable one for implementation. Good Discussion!

Enterprise Architecture As Story

This eBook presents an interesting approach to enterprise architecture – using literature, narrative and storytelling. This approach to enterprise architecture uses storytelling to make the connection of business value – the main focus of creating an enterprise architecture in the first place! – with the thing that matters most in the enterprise: people. If people identify with the story, can understand it, can communicate it, then they can implement it and that is the way to produce sustainable results! (200 pages)

CIO Guide to Enterprise Architecture

This complete, in-depth, comprehensive (~200 pages) guide to enterprise architecture planning covers key aspects of the topic – what is enterprise architecture planning? why is enterprise architecture important? what are common enterprise architecture frameworks – a brief overview of each? what is enterprise architecture assessment and related frameworks? what is enterprise modeling? what are the key enterprise architecture related roles?

Why Enterprise Architecture

This presentation makes a case for enterprise architecture planning – why is enterprise architecture important?

Essential Elements of Enterprise Architecture

This paper contributes to the identification of essential elements of enterprise architecture by (1) specifying enterprise architecture as a hierarchical, multilevel system comprising aggregation hierarchies, architecture layers and views, (2) discussing enterprise architecture frameworks with regard to essential elements, (3) proposing interfacing requirements of enterprise architecture with other architecture models and (4) matching these findings with current enterprise architecture practice in several large companies.

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