Architecture Forum Agenda - Boston 2014

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Monday, July 21, 2014 (4:00-5:30pm)

Next Version of TOGAF® -  Business Architecture Guide 

Leader - Venkat Nambiyur

  • Review work done to date
  • Define plan for completing guide
  • Alignment with other Guides and Foundation

Outcomes:

  • Rough plan for development

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 (8:45-12:45)

Next Version of TOGAF® and Editorial separation of TOGAF 9.1

Leader - Dave Hornford

  • Overview of the Next version of TOGAF project
  • Review editorial separation of TOGAF 9.1 vs. Smooth draft

Outcomes:

  • Common understanding of purpose and direction for the Next Version of TOGAF project
  • Direction on go forward strategy for alignment to TOGAF 9.1 to present to the forum

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 (11:00am-12:45pm)

Next Version of TOGAF® - Information/Data Architecture Guide

Leader - Robert Weisman

Review Information Architecture Model
Discussion on Information/Data Architecture Stewardship
Outcomes:

Common understanding of Information Architecture Model
Assingments for delivering content on Information/Data Stewardship

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 (2:00-5:30pm)

Next Version of TOGAF® Leaders Guide

Leader- Sriram Sabesan

  • Review structure/template for producing the Part 2 - Leaders Guide
  • Review work done this quarter

Outcomes:

  • Common understaning of the deliverable for the Leaders Guide
  • Assignments for delivering content

Wednesday, July 23, 2014  (8:00-8:45 am)

Localization Standing Committee

Leader: Serge Thorn

  • Introductions
  • Status review of TOGAF Translations initiatives by language:

* Chinese (simplified)        * Chinese (traditional)

* Czech                             * Danish

* Dutch                              * French

* German                           * Hungarian

* Italian                              * Japanese

* Polish                              * Brazilian Portuguese

* Russian                           * Slovak

* Latin Spanish                  * Castilian Spanish

* Croatian                          * Norwegian

* Swedish                          * Turkish

* Vietnamese

  • Status review of ArchiMate® Translation initiatives by language

  • Matters to put to the Forum
  • Other Business

Wednesday July 23, 2014 (9:00am-12:30pm)

Architecture Forum General Member Meeting

The TOGAF 9.1 standard provides the foundation for an enormous body of knowledge about Enterprise Architecture.

  • Some of this is published by The Open Group: much is published by other organisations
  • Some documents are broadly applicable; some provide guidance for the usage of the TOGAF framework in a more specific context
  • Some documents relate the TOGAF framework to advanced developments in IT

Any enterprise planning to use TOGAF needs to identify what resources are available to help adapt TOGAF to their specific context.

A proposal is being developed to establish an "Eco-system Standing Committee", charged with documenting, promoting and protecting the eco-system built around the TOGAF standard.

This meeting of the Architecture Forum will be dedicated to a discussion about the TOGAF "eco-system" .. "The World of TOGAF"

09:00 - 9:30 Current state of professional certifications - James de Raeve

09:30 - 10:30 The TOGAF Eco-System
What is the scope of the TOGAF eco-system (Presentation) Classifying the TOGAF eco-system (Presentation and discussion) Demonstrating the TOGAF eco-system (Presentation) The TOGAF Ecosystem Standing Committee (Review of draft charter)

11:00 - 12:30 Extending the TOGAF Eco-System
Processes for extending the TOGAF eco-system Additional eco-system content (Member proposals) - All attendees will be invited to propose additional materials to be included in the TOGAF eco-system repository

 Wednesday, July 23, 2014 (2:00-5:30)

The Next Version of TOGAF® Part 1 - Foundation

Leader- Kirk Hansen

  • Review the intergration of TOGAF and ISO 42010
  • Review work done on Architecture Domains and Crosscuts
  • Discussion on Building Blocks
  • Discussion on Architecture Content metamodel and framework

Outcomes:

  • Common understanding of use of ISO 42010 for the next version of TOGAF
  • Clarity on domains