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A Survival Analysis of Application Life Spans based on Enterprise Architecture Models

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A Survival Analysis of Application Life Spans based on Enterprise Architecture Models
Abstract: Modern enterprises face the challenge to survive in an ever changing environment. One commonly accepted means to address this challenge and further enhance survivability is enterprise architecture (EA) management, which provides a holistic model-based approach to business/IT alignment. Thereby, the decisions taken in the context of EA management are based on accurate documentation of IT systems and business processes. The maintenance of such documentation causes high investments for enterprises, especially in the absence of information on the change rates of different systems and processes. In this paper we propose a method for gathering and analyzing such information. The method is used to analyze the life spans of the application portfolio of three companies from different industry sectors. Based on the results of the three case studies implications and limitations of the method are discussed.
Stephan Aier, Sabine Buckl, Ulrik Franke, Bettina
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where EMISA
Authors Stephan Aier, Sabine Buckl, Ulrik Franke, Bettina Gleichauf, Pontus Johnson, Per Närman, Christian M. Schweda, Johan Ullberg
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