The technique known as Gap Analysis is used throughout the TOGAF Architecture Development Method to validate an architecture under development. The main step to understand when undertaking a gap analysis is to consider any facets which may have been forgotten.
The Enterprise Operating Model is a technique that is used in phases A through to E in the TOGAF Architecture Development Method.
Business Scenarios are helpful in identifying and understanding the needs of the business and therefore create the requirements of the business that the architecture development needs to address.
The key element is being able to define the degree to which crucial services and information are to be shared. Within the TOGAF Architecture Development Method interoperability occurs in phases A through to F (From the Architecture Vision Phase through to the Migration Planning Phase)
The objective of Capability Based Planning to focus on the planning, engineering and delivery of strategic business capabilities to the enterprise.
With any business transformation or architecture there will always be a degree of risk involved. The key is to determine, classify and reduce any risks as much as possible before starting. This is so that any risks identified are able to be tracked for the duration of the transformation process.
Enterprise Architecture is a major project within an enterprise / organisations and as such it is important to understand if a business is ready for change.
An Architecture Principle is a method for providing support during the decision making process. In addition they provide guidance on using and deploying assets and resources pertaining to the architecture work.
The TOGAF ADM Framework is a method for developing an Enterprise Architecture and consists of the following phases. Each phase…
For various reasons it may be necessary to restrain the scope of an architectural activity which usually pertains to: The…