This in-depth guide to enterprise architecture planning provides guidance on almost all aspects of designing, and implementing an enterprise architecture. What is enterprise architecture planning? Why is enterprise architecture planning important? What are some common enterprise architecture frameworks? How to implement enterprise architecture step-by-step? What is enterprise architecture governance? How to implement enterprise architecture governance? What are the key roles in enterprise architecture? (300 Pages)
This presentation provides an introduction to SCRUM – an agile framework used for complex problem solving.
This document provides an overview of the Enterprise Performance Life Cycle (EPLC) framework developed by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) . This document identifies the ten phases of the EPLC and describes the associated responsibilities, activities, exit criteria, deliverables and reviews associated with each phase.
This document explains the different components of the architectural framework: the organisation, processes and architectural standards involved. It tries to answer the question: what is the Commission Enterprise IT Architecture Framework and what can/must I do to use this framework.
This presentation provides an overview of eXtensible Architecture Framework (xAF) and discusses its application.
This document provides an overview of the USDA Enterprise Architecture Development Framework.
This document provides an overview of the TRAK Enterprise Architecture Framework.
This document provides an overview of the framework used to structure the Health and Human Services Department (HHS) Enterprise Architecture Repository. This Overview describes the key concepts of enterprise architecture modeling and how they are applied to the HHS initiative.
This ISE EAF Version 2.0 supersedes ISE EAF Version 1.0 issued August 2007. This newest version of the ISE EAF provides additional structured descriptions of the ISE’s associated business processes, information flows and relationships, services, and high-level data packet descriptions and exchange relationships.
This presentation provides an introduction to the Extensible Architecture Framework (xAF) – a generic architecture framework (GAF) that is theoretically solid and practically useful.