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  1. 1. Removing  the  barriers  to   business  transforma8on  with   ArchiMate®   Mar8n  Owen   CEO,  Corso   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  2. 2. Agenda   •  Typical  Entry  Points  for  Enterprise   Architecture   •  What  is  ArchiMate?   •  How  ArchiMate  helps  business  transforma8on   •  Current  tools  used  to  manage  business   transforma8on     ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  3. 3. Typical  Entry  Points  for  EA   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  4. 4. Entry Points for Business Transformation (1 of 3) Business Aim Business Efficiency Use case 1-4 Entry Point Business Transformation 1.  My operating cost in several divisions is uncompetitive. I need to reduce operating spend 30% in 2 years. IT comprises 2%. Outlets will close, partners will be consolidated. 2.  With our recent acquisitions, we are restructuring the entire organization into four business units; what goes where, what do we keep, what do we eliminate, which processes do we retain and how do we logically proceed? IT Planning Optimization Use case 5-9 Entry Point Entry Point Specific Business Objective Business Process Rationalization 1.  15% cost of returns for our products is far too high; we need to reduce this to 3 in 1 year. How? What’s affected? 1.  We know that the orders process for our EMEA division works well, but customer services processes are weak. How do we make them common? 2.  We need to launch two new customer services/programs in the next 18 months; what is needed, what are the steps, what is going to be affected? IT Consolidation and Maintenance Cost Cutting IT Transformation 1.  Eliminate 60% of my application portfolio in 5 years 2.  Time sequenced IT architecture planning 2.  Free up maintenance costs to fund new growth. 3.  Set milestones and goals 1.  Efficiencies were promised to the board 4.  Communicate progress to the board for approval and additional funding 2.  We have 13 business units and many of our common processes are different in each business unit; which processes represent the best practices for the organization? Can we standardize? How will these standard processes be enabled? Entry Point Excessive Operating Costs 1.  I’m stuck with this issue that 90% of my IT budget is committed. I can’t drive more business efficiency projects because IT is unable to staff, promise and deliver. Show me THE PLAN to liberate resource & cost… affect on business? Changes? 2.  Where are my costs in my organization? Do I have redundancies in processes, technologies and infrastructure that can be eliminated? Application Portfolio Management Cloud Transformation 1.  Captures and organizes information about the application portfolio 2.  Manage cloud assets for reuse 2.  Guide business and IT executives in making decisions around investing / replacing / retiring applications 1.  Plan cloud strategy and deployment 3.  Guide transformation and reduce risk Outsource Transformation •  •  •  Plan outsource strategy and roadmap deployment Asses options, costs, management approach. Guide transformation and reduce risk ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  5. 5. Entry Points for Business Transformation(2 of 3) Business Aim ERP, Core Business Systems’ Transformation Use case 10-13 Entry Point The ERP/ CBS Transformation 1. This is about replacing a broad set of applications with ERP, or a chosen “bought in” core system (CS , such as back-office banking or Insurance Admin. 2. Effectively we are standardizing on an ERP / CS application, and taking out many other RYO and previously purchased apps. Entry Point Entry Point Entry Point Standardized ERP SAP Migration ERP Control 1. I have 12 completely different configurations of my ERP; surely I should have some “commonality”. It'll save me large amounts, I think? 1. I need to replace 3 or 4 existing applications, with SAP. There are many linked infrastructure and data issues. Multiple Sap modules, inc sales management as well as “standard ERP”, how do I plan a seamless migration of data, functions and users? 1. As I do this upgrade, I want to make my move to new technology infrastructure. Who is served by this first? Strategic, Capability and Operational Analysis Planning of integrated ‘battlefield’ capabilities Enable Program Funding Operational analysis to identify what organizations do and how best to implement changes to capability Planning of integrated ‘battlefield’ capabilities For DoD, a Program must adhere to JCIDS (Joint Capabilities Integrated Development System) process and requirements 2. Can our organization be more effective and efficient if we standardize on ERP components, data and functions? Can we have SOPs utilizing our ERP across multiple business units? 2. I have numerous change requests for ERP licenses and upgrades; do we need these additional components and do they support our business goals and objectives? Also, are we utilizing all of the licenses and applications that we are currently paying for? 3. This is partly about cost. Also about process efficiency, also about driving standards. System of Systems Use case 14-17 MOD’s Systems of Systems Architecture (SOSA) Approach Issues were that previous architecting was domain driven; there were many disparate domain architectures (C4, ISTAR, SSCS, Subs, etc) All these domain-specific architectures were unshared, inconsistent, and varied in scope Solution -- SOSA: -Context Layer; System-of-systems architecture models Organizations and standards; Capability Configurations References to requirements. -Operational /Service Layer -Project/Program Layer (using tool like Rhapsody, RSA, etc). Better understanding of who does what, where, and when, and why Operational Architectures describe the major processes and activities that drive business/tactical operations. With the advent of DoDAF 2 (and MODAF), this now also includes strategic and capability views. Operational needs Resources Technology § Process mandates reviews at various milestones (Example: KPT, Key performance parameters) § JCIDS Milestones require certain work products § Program pass key milestones in JCIDs process to get their funding § Audit trail that proper analysis, design, and architecture are complete and have a plan Example: Information Support Plan (ISP) ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  6. 6. Entry Points for Business Transformation (3 of 3) Business Aim Service Architecture Use case 18-21 Entry Point Business Service Management 1. Linking enterprise and development assets to the operations environment 2.  How can I review software development assets before they are officially deployed and visible to operations environment? 3.  How can I deploy and provision development assets to the operations environment more efficiently? 4.  How can I understand which development assets have been validated for new operational configurations? Entry Point Entry Point What do I have? SOA I need a view as to what REALLY is in production. Planning and developing the services that are maxi mum business value. They make the SOA work 1. Before I plan where I go – the “to be architecture” I need to know what I HAVE. It’s in my CMDB. 2.  I actually don’t know what I have, particularly around my legacy “home grown”. What about my zapps too? It’s NOT in my CMDB. How do I harvest? Can I make “services”? §  How do I publish my process models in a way that drives solution architecture and delivery? §  How do I relate the details of my business process models to my overall business architecture? Entry Point Topology Deployment Planning & Automation §  How can I graphically define and automate the tasks necessary to provision content described in a deployment topology? §  How can I automate the generation of workflow diagrams generated from topologies? §  How can I publish automation workflows so that they can be shared with and governed for other stakeholders? 3.  When I change, I’d like autopopulation of the CMDB. Services, and not. 4.  When someone changes the CMDB, I’d like to see that as asset. In current architecture. 5. How do I establish traceability between operation incidents that require development changes (RFEs and Defects) and the corresponding development assets? Governance, Risk and Compliance Use case 22-25 Governance Risk Compliance Auditing Guide organization execution and priorities based on architectural plans Understand and manage business and technology risks related to business processes dependent on technology Ensure compliance with business, technology, government and market standards such as SARBOX, GLB, ISO, COSO, ITIL Audit the organizations assetts to support decisions and to understand impact of programs and projects. ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  7. 7. What  is  ArchiMate?   ©  Corso  2013   ©   Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  8. 8. What  is  ArchiMate?   •  ArchiMate  is  a  modelling  technique   ("language")  for  describing  enterprise   architectures.  It  presents  a  clear  set  of   concepts  within  and  rela8onships  between   architecture  domains,  and  offers  a  simple  and   uniform  structure  for  describing  the  contents   of  these  domains.     ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  9. 9. Domain  Architectures   •  Within  companies  various  domain   architectures  can  be  found   –  organiza8on,  business  process,  applica8on,   informa8on,  and  technical  architectures   –  each  architecture  domain  has  its  own  concepts  for   the  modelling  and  visualiza8on  of  its  internal   coherence   –  these  specific  models  and  visualiza8ons  simplify   communica8on,  discussion  and  analysis  within  the   domain.   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  10. 10. Domain  Architecture  Issues   •  The  rela8ons  between  the  concepts  in  these   different  domains  are  in  many  cases  unclear   •  Architecture  domains  oTen  par8ally  overlap   but  use  different  no8ons  to  express  the  same   ideas  –  unknown  to  the  people  using  them   The  resul8ng  ambigui8es  and  confusion  stand  in   the  way  of  the  flexibly  and  efficiently  building   enterprise  architectures   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  11. 11. ArchiMate  Metamodel   ArchiMate  aims  to  do  away   with  ambigui8es.     It  presents  a  unified  way  of   modeling  an  enterprise   architecture  by  integra8ng  the   various  domains  and   describing  them  in  an  easily   readable  way.   from ideas to delivery
  12. 12. Standard  Nota8on   ©  Corso  2013   ©  Corso   2013   from ideas to delivery
  13. 13. What  is  the  benefit  of  ArchiMate?   •  •  •  •  •  •  It  is  an  interna'onal,  vendor-­‐independent  standard  of  The  Open  Group,  libera8ng  you  from   the  lock-­‐in  of  vendor-­‐specific  tools  and  frameworks.  There  is  ac8ve  support  from  the   ArchiMate  Forum  of  The  Open  Group.     Its  well-­‐founded  concepts  and  models  provide  precision.  It  helps  you  get  away  from  the   'fuzzy  pictures'  image  of  architecture.     It  is  a  lean  and  simple  language.  It  contains  just  enough  concepts  for  modeling  enterprise   architecture  and  is  not  bloated  to  include  everything  possible.  Its  uniform  structure  makes  it   easy  to  learn  and  apply.     It  has  clear  links  to  exis'ng  approaches  for  specific  architecture  areas  such  as  soTware  or   business  processes.  Several  concepts  in  ArchiMate  have  deliberately  been  borrowed  from   other  languages  such  as  UML  or  BPMN,  to  provide  an  easy  bridge.       It  does  not  prescribe  a  way  of  working,  but  it  is  easily  combined  with  exis8ng  methods  such   as  TOGAF.     It  has  been  tried  and  tested  by  many  different  user  organiza8ons  and  is  supported  by   numerous  consultancies  and  soTware  tools.   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  14. 14. How  ArchiMate  helps  business   transforma8on   APM  Entry  Point   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  15. 15. Business  Transforma8on  Benefits   •  Improve  communica8on  throughout   organiza8on   •  Accurate,  reliable  plans  and  roadmaps   •  Understand  the  impact  of  change  and  iden8fy   real  cost   •  Increased  project  success  and  reliability   •  Standardized  business  and  IT  assets   •  Traceability  of  objec8ves  to  projects  for   increased  visibility   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  16. 16. An  EA  Entry  Point  example   Applica8on  Pordolio  Management   (APM)   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  17. 17. Applica8on  Pordolio  Management  –  Aligned  with  TOGAF  9  and  ArchiMate   Activities Activities 1.  Bus Exec: Set scope of initiative (ArchiMate Motivation Extension) 2.  Bus Exec: Collect stakeholder/financial priorities (ArchiMate Motivation Extension) 3.  Bus Analyst: Specify constraints and business rules (ArchiMate Motivation Extension) 4.  Ops Analyst: Identify current physical application assets (ArchiMate System Software ) 5.  App Architect: Harvest appropriate applications for application architecture (ArchiMate Application Component) 6.  App Architect: Define key capabilities of Applications and usage patterns (ArchiMate Application Collaboration) Capture Information System Architectures Set Business Goals and Target Milestones, Business Direction Define Strategy and Vision A Activities Activities 7. Bus Analysts: Identify Current Business 10. Tech Architect: Produce technology Capabilities (ArchiMate Business Service) reference model (ArchiMate Node, 8. Bus Analysts: Capture Business Processes/Org Device, Network) Structure (ArchiMate Business Actor/ BPMN) 11.  Tech Architect: Harvest existing 9. Bus Analyst: Optimize Business Processes technology (ArchiMate Node) (BPMN) 12.  Tech Architect: Map applications to technology (ArchiMate Application/ Technology Layer) C B Gather Business Architecture Govern and Manage Solution Deployment Govern Solutions Activities 23.  Stakeholders: Provide metrics and dashboards (ArchiMate Model) 24.  Architect: Provide reference guidance to projects (ArchiMate Model) 25.  Architect: Feedback changes to Architecture (ArchiMate Model) 26.  Architect: Publish assets for re-use, knowledge mgt (ArchiMate Model) Manage Changes to Architecture Recognize return on investment opportunities and maximise savings Identify Opportunities and Solutions H Create roadmaps and plans for transitioning business and IT Activities 19.  Architect: Measure architecture volatility (ArchiMate Model) 20.  Architect: Submit changes for approval (ArchiMate Model) 21.  Stakeholder: Be notified when architecture changes (ArchiMate Model) 22.  Review Board: Approve changes to Architecture (ArchiMate Model) D Document Current State Architecture IT  op8miza8on  /  APM   G Produce Technology Architecture Define Transition Plans Activities F 17.  Project Mgr/PMO: Define Application Roadmap (Corso Roadmapping and ArchiMate Implementation and Migration Extension) 18.  Bus Exec/IT Exec: Approve transition plans (Corso Roadmapping and ArchiMate Implementation and Migration Extension) ©  Corso  2013   E Activities 13. App Architect: Map applications to required capabilities (ArchiMate Business/Application Layer) 14. Project Mgr/PMO: Document current solution projects (ArchiMate Implementation and Migration Extension) 15. App Architect: Identify overlapping capabilities in applications and provide recommendations – Future State (ArchiMate Implementation and Migration Extension) 16. Bus Exec/Stakeholders: Prioritize initiatives (ArchiMate Implementation and Migration Extension) from ideas to delivery
  18. 18. Current  tools  used  to  manage   business  transforma8on   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  19. 19. PowerPoint  Architec8ng   •  Good  for  presenta8ons   •  Lack  of  consistency   –  Seman8cs   –  Nota8on   •  •  •  •  •  No  central  repository   No  source  of  truth  or  integrity   Hard  to  modify  and  keep  up  to  date   Spreadsheets  get  complex  quickly   A  huge  hidden  cost  in  maintenance  of  models   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  20. 20. Corso  Solu8ons   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  21. 21. IBM  Ra8onal  System  Architect   •  In  Gartner  leaders  quadrant  for  Enterprise   Architecture   •  IBM’s  enterprise  architecture  tool  of  choice   •  Large  interna8onal  client  base   •  Created  in  1987  as  first  EA  tool   •  Has  developed  over  8me  and  pioneered  many   firsts…   –  Framework  manager,  BPMN,  TOGAF,  Zachman   etc.   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  22. 22. IBM  Ra8onal  System  Architect  for  ArchiMate   Method  Wizard  for  quick  build   Full  2.0  nota8on   Representa8onal  consistency   Out  of  the  box  Reports   Explorer  views   Plug  in  for   IBM  Ra8onal  System  Architect   •  Cer8fied  by  the  Open  Group   •  •  •  •  •  •  ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  23. 23. Professional  Services   •  ArchiMate  Quick  Start   –  Workshop  with  key  stakeholders   •  Define  the  context  of  the  Quick  Start   •  Define  where  to  find  the  content  and  its  suitability   –  Refine  ArchiMate  metamodel   –  Gather  then  import  model  content  from  various   sources  (all  mapped  to  ArchiMate)   –  Create  web  based  output  and  sample  analy8cs     ‘the  quick  start  helped  me  get  a  vast  amount  of  data  into  the  tool,  using  the  ArchiMate   nota8on,  in  a  short  8me  and  see  immediate  value’  –  Financial  Services  Company   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  24. 24. Applica8on  Pordolio  Management  –  Aligned  with  Corso  SaaS  offerings   Activities 4.  Ops Analyst: Identify current physical Activities application assets (Tivoli CCMDB/TADDM) 1.  Bus Exec: Set scope of initiative (System 5.  App Architect: Harvest appropriate Architect for XT) applications for application architecture 2.  Bus Exec: Collect stakeholder/financial (System Architect, RAM) priorities (Focal Point) 6.  App Architect: Define key capabilities of 3.  Bus Analyst: Specify constraints and Applications and usage patterns (System business rules (System Architect for XT) Architect, RAM) Capture Information System Architectures Set Business Goals and Target Milestones, Business Direction Define Strategy and Vision A Activities Activities 7. Bus Analysts: Identify Current Business 10. Tech Architect: Produce technology Capabilities (System Architect for XT) reference model (System Architect) 8. Bus Analysts: Capture Business Processes/Org 11.  Tech Architect: Harvest existing Structure (System Architect for XT) technology (Tivoli CCMDB/TADDM) 9. Bus Analyst: Optimize Business Processes 12.  Tech Architect: Map applications to (System Architect Simulator) technology (System Architect) C B Gather Business Architecture Govern and Manage Solution Deployment Activities G 22.  Stakeholders: Provide metrics and dashboards (System Architect (with Cognos)) 23.  Architect: Provide reference guidance to projects (System Architect) 24.  Architect: Feedback changes to Architecture (System Architect) 25.  Architect: Publish assets for re-use, knowledge mgt (RAM) Manage Changes to Architecture H Recognize return on investment opportunities and maximise savings Identify Opportunities and Solutions Create roadmaps and plans for transitioning business and IT Activities 19.  Architect: Measure architecture volatility (System Architect) 20.  Architect: Submit changes for approval (RAM) 21.  Stakeholder: Be notified when architecture changes (RAM) 22.  Review Board: Approve changes to Architecture (RAM) D Document Current State Architecture IT  op8miza8on  /  APM   Govern Solutions Produce Technology Architecture Define Transition Plans Activities F 17.  Project Mgr/PMO: Define Application Roadmap (System Architect/Focal Point) 18.  Bus Exec/IT Exec: Approve transition plans (Focal Point) E Activities 13. App Architect: Map applications to required capabilities (System Architect) 14. Project Mgr/PMO: Document current solution projects (RAM) 15. App Architect: Identify overlapping capabilities in applications and provide recommendations – Future State (System Architect) 16. Bus Exec/Stakeholders: Prioritize initiatives (Focal Point) ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery
  25. 25. SoTware  as  a  Service   •  •  •  •  Solu8ons  available  to  use  today     Monthly  rental  on  Corso  Cloud   Use  what  you  want,  when  you  want     Contact  us  for  an     evalua8on   www.corso3.com   ©  Corso  2013   from ideas to delivery

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