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Using Enterprise Architecture Management Patterns to Complement TOGAF

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Using Enterprise Architecture Management Patterns to Complement TOGAF
—The design of an Enterprise Architecture (EA) management function for an enterprise is no easy task. Various frameworks exist as well as EA management tools, which promise to deliver guidance for performing EA management. Nevertheless, the approaches presented by them stay either on a level too to provide realization support or are far too generic, neglecting enterprise-specific EA related concerns. In this article, we discuss the architecture framework of The Open Group (TOGAF) and detail on its promising but nevertheless highly generic architecture development method (ADM). This article shows how the generic development steps can be complemented by a pattern based approach to EA management providing guidance for addressing specific EA related concerns with stepby-step methodologies as well as with corresponding viewpoints and information models.
Sabine Buckl, Alexander M. Ernst, Florian Matthes,
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Year 2009
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Authors Sabine Buckl, Alexander M. Ernst, Florian Matthes, Rene Ramacher, Christian M. Schweda
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