EA in Practice
Business and Operations Improvement
Often, the purpose of an EA is to enable improvement in business operations or information technology. This topic covers how to develop an EA to use it for analysis leading to improvement of business operations. Depending upon the EA, it could include incremental improvements or total reengineering of the business operations and associated technology. When an EA is maintained and implemented effectively, it can assist organizations in optimizing its interdependencies and interrelationships amongst its business operations and underlying IT (CIO Council, 2001).
- Chief Information Council (2001). A Practical Guide to Federal Enterprise Architecture. Version 1.0.
- Cane, S., Martinez, C.E., Salwa, A., Smith, K., Lee, K. (2012) Application of Network Visualization to Identify Gaps in Complex Information System Architectures, MITRE Corporation
EABOK® Knowledge Areas
Organizational Scope and Structure of EA
Foundations of EA
Developing an EA
- Business Requirements and Value Proposition
- Methodologies and Processes
- Architecture Frameworks
- Data and Information Management
- Project Management
- Change Management
- Testing and Evaluation
- Modeling and Simulation
- Role of Reference Architectures
- How to Build a Reference Architecture
- Coordinating the Creation of a Reference Architecture
Management of EA
EA in Practice
Perspectives on EA
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