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A quick walk through to establish Enterprise Architecture using the TOGAF’s Architecture Delivery Method.

A quick walk through to establish Enterprise Architecture using the TOGAF’s Architecture Delivery Method.

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    Enterprise Architecture using TOGAF 's ADM - Architecture Delivery Method ( A quick walkthrough ) Enterprise Architecture using TOGAF 's ADM - Architecture Delivery Method ( A quick walkthrough ) Presentation Transcript

    • A quick walkthrough to establish Enterprise Architecture using the TOGAF’s Architecture Delivery Method Chandrashekhar P. More
    • Enterprise Architecture Capability Enterprise Architecture Capability is an ongoing practice that provides the context, environment and resources to govern and enable architecture delivery to the organization.
    • The Enterprise Architecture Capability The enterprise architecture capability will enable enterprise to 1. works with the business planning team to provide business direction and run the enterprise. 2. provide direction to the Portfolio/Project Management team, after the Business planning team approves the resources 3. provide guidelines, reviews as a part of the architecture governance to the solution development team during the development process 4. provide directions to deploy the solution and continuously monitor the deployed solution in co-ordination with the Operation Management team
    • What you need to do?
    • Create an Enterprise Architecture Board An architecture board is responsible to align IT strategies to the business objectives. The recommended size for an Architecture Board is four tor five( and no more than ten) permanent members. An architecture board is typically made responsible, and accountable, for achieving some or all of the following goals: •Consistency between sub-architectures •Identifying re-usable components •Flexibility of enterprise architecture: •To meet changing business needs •To leverage new technologies •Enforcement of Architecture Compliance •Improving the maturity level of architecture discipline within the organization •Ensuring that the discipline of architecture-based development is adopted •Providing the basis for all decision-making with regard to changes to the architectures •Supporting a visible escalation capability for out-of-bounds decisions
    • Setup the Enterprise Architecture Framework 1. Define Architecture Vision and Principle and Requirements 2. Define Business, Information and Technology Architecture domain 3. Setup a model for the Architecture realization
    • Setup the Enterprise Architecture Framework Use TOGAF 9.0 Architecture Development Method(ADM) to create an enterprise architecture The TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) provides a tested and repeatable process for developing architectures.
    • Setup the Enterprise Architecture Framework (Contd) Define Architecture Vision and Principle and Requirements Phase Description Input Output Preliminary This Preliminary phase is about 1. Organizational Model for Enterprise 1. Business Principles, Business Goals Phase defining "where, what, why, Architecture and Business Drivers who, and how we do 2. Tailored Architecture Framework 2. Request for Architecture Work architecture" in the enterprise 3. Architecture Principles concerned. 4. Architecture Repository Architecture Architecture Vision phase 1. Request for Architecture Work 1. Architecture Vision_1 Vision describes how the new 2. Organizational Model for Enterprise 2. Architecture Roadmap capability will meet the Architecture 3. Statement of Architecture Work business goals and strategic 3. Tailored Architecture Framework 4. Architecture Principles objectives and address the 4. Business Principles, Business Goals 5. Capability Assessment stakeholder concerns when and Business Drivers 6. Architecture Requirements implemented. 5. Architecture Repository Specification 7. Communications Plan
    • Setup the Enterprise Architecture Framework (Contd) Define Business, Information and Technology Architecture domain Phase Description Input Output Business Business Architecture phase 1. Business Principles, Business Goals and Business Drivers 1. Architecture Definition Architecture describes the product 2. Capability Assessment Document and/or service strategy, and 3. Communications Plan 2. Architecture Requirements the organizational, 4. Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture Specification functional, process, 5. Request for Architecture Work 3. Architecture Roadmap information, and geographic 6. Tailored Architecture Framework aspects of the business 7. Architecture Principles environment, based on the 8. Architecture Repository business principles, business 9. Statement of Architecture Work goals, and strategic drivers 10. Architecture Vision Information Information Systems 1. Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture 1. Architecture Vision Systems Architecture phase focuses 2. Request for Architecture Work 2. Architecture Definition on identifying and defining 3. Capability Assessment Document Architectures the applications and data 4. Communications Plan 3. Architecture Requirements considerations that support 5. Architecture Principles Specification an enterprise's Business 6. Statement of Architecture Work 4. Architecture Roadmap Architecture 7. Architecture Vision 8. Architecture Definition Document 9. Architecture Requirements Specification 10. Architecture Roadmap 11. Architecture Repository 12. Tailored Architecture Framework
    • Setup the Enterprise Architecture Framework (Contd) Define Business, Information and Technology Architecture domain (contd) Phase Description Input Output Technology The Technology Architecture 1. Architecture Definition Document 1. Architecture Definition Architecture phase seeks to map 2. Architecture Principles Document application components 3. Architecture Repository 2. Architecture Repository defined in the Application 4. Architecture Requirements Specification 3. Architecture Requirements Architecture phase into a 5. Architecture Roadmap Specification set of technology 6. Architecture Vision 4. Architecture Roadmap components, which 7. Business Principles, Business Goals and Business Drivers represent software and 8. Capability Assessment hardware components, 9. Communications Plan available from the market or 10. Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture configured within the 11. Request for Architecture Work organizations. 12. Statement of Architecture Work 13. Tailored Architecture Framework
    • Setup the Enterprise Architecture Framework (Contd) Setup a model for Architecture realization (contd) Phase Description Input Output Opportunities Opportunities and Solutions 1. Architecture Repository 1. Capability Assessment and Solutions phase takes both a corporate 2. Organizational Model for Enterprise 2. Statement of Architecture Work business and technical Architecture 3. Architecture Vision perspective(defined in previous 3. Tailored Architecture Framework 4. Architecture Requirements phases) to rationalize the IT 4. Request for Architecture Work Specification activities, and logically group them 5. Capability Assessment 5. Architecture Roadmap into project work packages within 6. Communications Plan 6. Transition Architecture the IT portfolio and also within 7. Statement of Architecture Work any other portfolios that are 8. Architecture Vision dependent upon IT. 9. Architecture Definition Document 10. Architecture Requirements Specification 11. Architecture Roadmap 12. Change Request
    • Setup the Enterprise Architecture Framework (Contd) Setup a model for Architecture realization (contd) Phase Description Input Output Migration In the Migration planning 1. Architecture Repository 1. Request for Architecture Work Planning phase, the Implementation 2. Organizational Model for Enterprise 2. Architecture Definition Document and Migration Plan is co- Architecture 3. Architecture Requirements ordinated with the various 3. Tailored Architecture Framework Specification management frameworks in 4. Request for Architecture Work 4. Transition Architecture use within the enterprise to 5. Capability Assessment 5. Architecture Roadmap prioritize all work packages, 6. Communications Plan 6. Architecture Building Block projects, and building blocks by 7. Statement of Architecture Work 7. Architecture Contract assigning business value to 8. Architecture Vision 8. Implementation Governance Model each and conducting a 9. Architecture Definition Document cost/business analysis to 10. Architecture Requirements finalize the Architecture Vision Specification and Architecture Definition 11. Change Request Documents. 12. Transition Architecture
    • Setup the Enterprise Architecture Framework (Contd) Setup a model for Architecture realization (contd) Phase Description Input Output Implementation Implementation Governance 1. Architecture Definition Document 1. Change Request Governance phase establish an 2. Architecture Repository 2. Architecture Contract implementation program that 3. Architecture Vision 3. Compliance Assessment will enable the delivery of the 4. Statement of Architecture Work 4. Requirements Impact Assessment Transition Architectures agreed 5. Architecture Requirements 5. Requirements Impact Assessment for implementation during the Specification Migration Planning phase . 6. Architecture Roadmap 7. Capability Assessment 8. Change Request 9. Transition Architecture 10. Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture 11. Tailored Architecture Framework 12. Request for Architecture Work 13. Implementation Governance Model 14. Architecture Contract
    • Setup the Enterprise Architecture Framework (Contd) Setup a model for Architecture realization (contd) Phase Description Input Output Architecture Architecture change 1. Organizational Model for Enterprise 1. Statement of Architecture Work Change management process is to Architecture 2. Architecture Contract ensure that the architecture 2. Tailored Architecture Framework 3. Compliance Assessment Management achieves its original target 3. Change Request 4. Request for Architecture Work business value by continual 4. Statement of Architecture Work monitoring and responding to 5. Architecture Contract such things as governance 6. Architecture Definition Document requests, new developments in 7. Architecture Repository technology, and changes in the 8. Architecture Roadmap business environment. 9. Architecture Vision 10. Implementation Governance Model 11. Transition Architecture 12. Compliance Assessment 13. Request for Architecture Work
    • That’s IT! Please read http://www.togaf.info for more details Slides by Chandrashekhar P. More Chandrashekhar.more@soainfo.com