Archimate for Dummies
ArchiMate is The Open Group's open and independent modelling language for enterprise architecture. It offers a common language for describing the construction and operation of business processes, organizational structures, information flows, IT systems, and technical infrastructure. This insight helps stakeholders to design, assess, and communicate the consequences of decisions and changes within and between these business domains. The language provides support for enterprise architects through incorporating service-oriented concepts and describing, analysing and visualising the relationships among business, application and infrastructure domains in an unambiguous way.
- Introduction & Language Structure.
- ArchiMate and TOGAF
ArchiMate reference model
- ArchiMate Meta-model
- ArchiMate framework
- Business, Application and Technology Layer
- Cross-Layer Dependencies & Relationships.
- Architecture Viewpoints overview
ArchiMate modelling examples
- Modelling within the business layer
- Modelling within the application layer
- Modelling within the infrastructure/technology layer
- Modelling across boundaries
Jan Mentz is a teacher and lecturer with 12 years of experience in the higher education domain.
Jan has taught various IT related subjects covering programing, communication networks and software engineering. He holds a Masters degree in IT and is presently in he final stages of a PHD degree in Information Systems. The main aim of his research is to answer the "What is Enterprise Architecture" question.
Jan is a partner in InfobahnRDT, a research and training company, and presents ArchiMate training for RealIRM.
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