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  • Multiple entry points for realizing value All recognize the need to manage both upstream planning and downstream delivery Some organizations will move through a progressive set of phases as they progress … I want to avoid any confusion that, in order to make EA work, you need to do it all. In fact, far from it: it could be an excellent recipe for disaster, to include all the ingredients right at the start. There are many aspects to EA’s value propositions – these are just four of the most common. Some emphasize how EA can help take cost out of an enterprise’s business and IT infrastructure, others focus on the creation of value. While there is some degree of increasing sophistication left to right, these things do not need to be done in sequence, or in depth before embarking on another. The vital point here is that the purpose behind an enterprise’s architecture needs to be clear: its value propositions are worthless, if the enterprise does not understand how they can indeed bring value. Cost Reduction phase Often a small team driven by IT involving collection of data from many people Where is the collected data assembled and analyzed? Implications: Few people involved for a short time is unattractive, ongoing use of data by many people is very attractive, so encourage promotion to Dynamic EA. Thus let people know the vision—many will see the value—yet embrace the first steps Standardization phase Drive cost reductions throughout organization Similar in structure to cost reduction Implications: Beginning to take a longer-term view of cost reduction Broaden Scope phase Embraces business side Broader scope often requires a leader or sponsor spanning business and IT Formalizes the organizational structure for EA Easier if both business and IT are split along business unit lines. Implications: EA tool must handle broader scope Channel sells higher in business Actionable EA phase Formal organizational structure for EA with clearly-defined roles Implications: Solution tooling that connects to and leverages the EA will be highly-prized, especially if it supports governance. Applies to all phases, hottest here.
  • The Enterprise Direction diagram enables graphical modeling of the motivation and goals of your organization, the strategies and tactics devised to obtain those goals, and the business rules and policies that effect the strategies and tactics. Here we are showing only Vision, Goals, Objective and Strategy.
  • The Strategy Map diagram enables describes visually the organization's key Business Objectives and how they align with the four Balanced Scorecard perspectives to support corporate strategies. Point out that this use the same Objectives from the Enterprise Direction diagram Map out key Business Objectives against the four Balanced Scorecard perspectives your organization's financial perspective, what you would like your customers' perspective of your organization to be, your organization's internal process-oriented perspective, and your organization's human-capital perspective.
  • Explain that there are many forms of Requirements and these are explicitly handled as definition types, a generic form of definition is “Requirement” and that this is used to capture key needs of functionality that the enterprise must do. An explicitly defined relationships is one that exists as in the meta-model, e.g. Requirements as a listof in an Architectural Building Block definition. Or loose relationships via the addresses relationship.

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  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, Indonesia IBM Software Group Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF 9 OverviewWinton Huangwintonjkt@gmail.com
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaAgenda Part I Overview of Enterprise Architecture Part II TOGAF Overview
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, Indonesia Part IOverview of Enterprise Architecture
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaThe Concept of Enterprise Architecture - Defined Enterprise Architecture: The analysis and documentation of an enterprise in its current and future states from a strategy, business, and technology perspective. EA = S + B + T An Introduction to Enterprise Architecture © 2005 N e tL wn eo s r ok f B u s i n e s s i L i n e s No e Bt w s on r k s f u i es Nn ef rt w so t rr ku c t u r e I a IN e rtaw s ot rr uk c t u r e nf C I n f r a s t r u c t uG r e a l s & o U p d Iant e rda S t r au t c tg ui cr e f s e O N e tw o rk G o a l s & I n i t i a t iNv e st w o r k e C In itia tiv e s S e c u rity / S ta n d a r d s / W o r k fo rc e M T e c h n o lo g y – B u s in e s s – S tr a te g y O Nn ef rt w so t rr ku c t u r e I a M IN e r taw s ot rr uk c t u r e nf P I n fP ar so t d uu c ct u sr e & r r t P I m p r o v e d I nB fur s isn ter su s c t u r e a O N e tw o rk P r o d u c t s a n d S e r vNi ce et s o r k w O S e r v ic e s N A r c h ite c tu re N N I e tf w a os rtkr u c t u r e n r E M anagem ent & NI ne ftrwa s tr rku c t u r e o E I n f r a s t r uD c at u ar e & t N T r a n s itio n P la n E n h a n c e dI nD f ar a as at rn ud c t u r e t N Nme tawt ioor n k I n f o r m a t i o n F l o w se t w o r k N T T In fo r S S N I e tf w a os rtkr u c t u r e n r NI ne ftrwa s tr rku c t u r e o I n f rSa y s r tuec m u sr e & st t I n t e g r a t e dI nS f yr a tse t m us c t u r e s r A p p lic N a tt w o onr k e i s a n d A p p l i c a t i o n se t w o r k N N I e tf w aos rt kr u c t u r e n r NI ne ftrwa s tr rku c t u r e o I n Nr ae st wr uo cr tku sr e & f t O p t i m i z e dI nN f e a ws ot r u sc t u r e rt k In fr a s tr u c tu r e a n d In fr a s tr u c tu r e CURRENT FUTURE A R C H IT E C T U R E A R C H IT E C T U R E
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaThe Concept of Enterprise Architecture – Overview § Enterprise Architecture helps to integrate and manage IT resources from a strategy and business-driven viewpoint Strategic Initiative 1 Strategy Strategic Initiative 2 IT Business && Technology Alignment Systems Video Network L i n e N oe f t Bwu o i r k s s s s ne Business Technology Alignment Process 1 Strategic Nn ef rt w so t rr ku c t u r e I a Initiative 1 I n f r a s t r u c St ut r e t e g i c a Business Process 2 EA = S+B+T S e c u r it y , S ta n d a r d s , W o r k fo r c e I n Ni tei a wt iov rek s t Process 1 C Process 3 O Nn ef rt w so t rr ku c t u r e I a M Data Network I n f r a B tur u ci nt ue r se s s s P S N e vt wi co er k Data O Dictionary er s N Object N I e tf w aos rtkr u c t u r e n r Process 2 I n If n af o trr m cat u i roe n r s u t E N Information Data Reuse Flows Data Dictionary N eF t lwo ow r ks T S Applications N I e tf w aos rtkr u c t u r e n r Web I n f rSa ys st rtue cmt u sr e & Services A p p l i N a tt w o onr k ce i s Systems Web N I e tf w aos rtkr u c t u r e n r Strategic Initiative 2 I n Tf rea cs h r n o tl uo rge y t uc Systems Applications Services Voice Network In fr a s tr u c tu r e EA³ Object Data Reuse E n t e r p r is e A r c h ite c tu r e C u b e ™ Data Flows Network Voice Networks Video Network Network N o n - in t e g r a te d p ro c e s s e s a n d s y s te m s E n te r p r is e A r c h ite c t u r e In te g ra te d p ro c e s s e s a n d s y s te m s in d iff e r e n t p a r t s a c r o s s t h e e n t ir e e n t e r p r is e o f t h e e n t e r p r is e
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaEnterprise Architecture Domain Define the Enterprise Strategy, goals and Strategy Objectives: What to do, and how to do it? Business Processes: support the strategy, Business Operational organization Métier The Applications support the Business, Applications & Systems implement the business functions in the IT systems The Information is key for the organization: Information & Data It is the fuel that drives the architecture Infrastructure that supports the IS: Network & Infrastructure -Technical components: servers, networks, etc. -Technology: platforms, etc.
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaThe Concept of Enterprise Architecture - Drivers ♦ Executive input on strategic direction and priority New Direction & Goals Strategic ♦ Business Manager input on process changes (Leadership Team) Operating Capabilities Scenarios Capabilities of the New Business Priorities of the (Management Team) Current Future Tactical ♦ Enterprise Technology Manager input on supporting IT changes Program Enterprise Emerging Technologies (IT Support Team) Plans
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaEnterprise ArchitectureA spectrum of goals, scopes, and entry pointsCost Reduction Standardization Broaden Scope Actionable EA What do we have?  Develop standards  Meet business  Develop business and recommended needs by linking IT strategy Need all of it? best practices (e.g. to business technology stacks,  Value propositions, Consolidate to  Managing capabilities, server platforms) reduce costs? architectures resources?  Seeking outside IT Desire for impact  Refine into to-be repeatability analysis  Increasing focus  Encourage IT on business  Compare to as-is evolution architecture and  Create transition business  Focusing on IT plan processes scope only  ExecuteEnabling Organizations to Turn Change into a Competitive Advantage
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaValue of Enterprise Architecture● Provides a clear view of how the business and technology resources will support and achieve an organization’s business goals and initiatives.● Understand the strategy, the business, the systems and the infrastructure and how they interrelate.● Moving "need to know" information to those that "know they need" upstream and down stream and in both directions.● Helps us prioritize and decide which things to do and in what order.  “Doing the Right Things”● Governs the change and building of things.  “Doing the Things Right”
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaResult of Implementing Enterprise Architecture ♦ Achieve strategic goals that depend on IT resources ♦ Improve business performance by maximizing IT efficiency ♦ Strategic priorities/business requirements drive IT solutions
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, Indonesia Part IITOGAFOverview
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaDefinition of TOGAF● The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) is a framework and detailed method for building, maintaining, and gaining value from an enterprise architecture for an organization.● TOGAF 9 is the latest evolution of the framework, and its accompanying Architecture Development Method (ADM)● The TOGAF specification is an open standard that has been created and is maintained by The Open Group (www.opengroup.org).
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaTypes of Architectures in TOGAF● Business Architecture -- addresses the needs of users, planners, and business management,● Data/Information Architecture -- addresses the needs of database designers, database administrators, and system engineers,● Application (Systems) Architecture -- addresses the needs of system and software engineers, and● Information Technology (IT) Architecture -- addresses the needs of acquirers, operators, administrators, and managers.
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaArchitecture Deliverables
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, Indonesia● Deliverable is a work product that is contractually specified and in turn formally reviewed, agreed, and signed off by the stakeholders. Deliverables represent the output of projects and those deliverables that are in documentation form will typically be archived at completion of a project, or transitioned into an Architecture Repository as a reference model, standard, or snapshot of the Architecture Landscape at a point in time.● Artifact is a more granular architectural work product that describes an architecture from a specific viewpoint. Examples include a network diagram, a server specification, a use-case specification, a list of architectural requirements, and a business interaction matrix. Artifacts are generally classified as catalogs (lists of things), matrices (showing relationships between things), and diagrams (pictures of things). An architectural deliverable may contain many artifacts and artifacts will form the content of the Architecture Repository.● Building block represents a (potentially re-usable) component of business, IT, or architectural capability that can be combined with other building blocks to deliver architectures and solutions.
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaArchitecture Repository
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaArchitecture Repository● The Architecture Metamodel describes the organizationally tailored application of an architecture framework, including a metamodel for architecture content.● The Architecture Capability defines the parameters, structures, and processes that support governance of the Architecture Repository.● The Architecture Landscape shows an architectural view of the building blocks that are in use within the organization today (e.g., a list of the live applications). The landscape is likely to exist at multiple levels of abstraction to suit different architecture objectives.● The Standards Information Base (SIB) captures the standards with which new architectures must comply, which may include industry standards, selected products and services from suppliers, or shared services already deployed within the organization.● The Reference Library provides guidelines, templates, patterns, and other forms of reference material that can be leveraged in order to accelerate the creation of new architectures for the enterprise.● The Governance Log provides a record of governance activity across the enterprise
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaTOGAF Architecture Capability
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaThe Framework of TOGAF 9● The TOGAF framework provides the core phases of the Architecture Development Method (ADM), presented as circles surrounding requirements.● Bidirectional lines are drawn from each of the outer ADM circles to the center Requirements circle. This represents how requirements drive the creation of the architecture, and how the architecture is created to satisfy requirements.
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaOverview of TOGAF Phases● A. Define Architectural Vision● B. Business Architecture● C. Information Systems Architecture● D. Technology Architecture Start here● E. Assess Opportunity and Solution Alternatives Finish here
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaArchitectural Vision● In Phase A of the TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) you establish the scope of the architecture effort, get buy in from senior management and line management, and develop the vision of the architecture effort.● The phase starts with a Request for Architecture Work, delivered from the sponsoring organization to the architecture organization, and results in a Statement of Architecture Work.
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaObjectives● Understand and learn how to define the enterprise’s strategic context  La raison dentre of the enterprise, its motivation and direction  It’s scope and constraints  How it is going to achieve it’s goalsValue Statement  Guides the development and direction of the enterprise and it’s architecture  Forms the basis and scope of all subsequent work and usage of the architecture
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaDefine Architectural Vision● Enterprise Direction Diagram  provides the statements of J K E n te rp ris e s * business motivation, business * * * * * * * * * goals, strategies, and tactic. V is io n  It shows the end we want to M u l t i - C h a n n e l In t e g r a t i o n G ro w C o m p a n y S iz e achieve and the means of how to * B u s i n e s s T r a n s fo r m a t i o n get there. * G oal * G ro w t h T h ro u g h A c q u is it o n G oal G oal C h a n n e l C o s t R e d u c tio n T ra in P e rs o n n e l S tra te g y O u t s o u r c e h i g h c o s t t a c t i c a l b u s i n e s s fu n c t i o n s O b je c t iv e R e t a in C o re B u s in e s s O b je c t iv e D e liv e r y via C h a n n e l O b je c t iv e S h i ft fo c u s t o s t r a t e g i c fu n c t i o n s S tra te g y G ro w T u rn o ve r b y 1 7 % p e r Y e a r E x t e n d R e a c h O ve rs e a s O b je c t iv e O b je c t iv e In v e s t i n P e o p l e O b je c t iv e S tra te g y C e n tra liz e d s h a re d s e rvic e s In c r e a s e c r o s s - s e l l r a t i o S tra te g y O b je c t iv e O b je c t iv e R e m o ve re d u n d a n c ie s N e w C u s t o m e rs O b je c t iv e O b je c t iv e O rg a n iz a tio n a n d P ro c e s s e s O b je c t iv e O p t im iz e t h e n g ro w O b je c t iv e
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaDefine Architectural Vision● Strategy Map Diagram F in a n c ia l M a x im is e S h a r e P r ic e a n d D iv id e n d s G ro w T u rn o v e r b y In c r e a s e c r o s s - s e l l Im p r o v e C o s t S t r u c t u r e C ha nnel C ost r a tio 17% p er Year R e d u c tio n  Visual representation of the key Business Objectives aligned with balancing perspectives. C u s to m e r R e la tio n s h ip E x p e r ie n c e O p tim is e p r ic e , C u s to m e r a v a i la b i li t y , p ro d u c t c h o ic e s D e li v e r y v i a C h a n n e l In te r n a l P r o c e s s e s In te r n a l O p e r a tio n s O u ts o u r c e h ig h c o s t In t e g r a t e d C R M ta c tic a l b u s in e s s S y s te m s fu n c tio n s P e r s o n n e l P r o fic ie n c y a n d M o r a le P e rs o n n e l T ra in P e rs o n n e l In c r e a s e K n o w l e d g e E n h a n c e C u ltu r a l o f S a le s W o rk in g P e rs o n n e l E n v iro n m e n t
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaDefine Architectural Vision● Requirements  These define what capabilities the enterprise must support or provide in its operations.  They are central to, define, and continuously drive the enterprises architecture.  Applicable to any and all phases of the lifecycle.
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaDefine Architectural Vision● Requirements These exist in many guises, ones that are explicitly defined and are clearly catered for include  Business Goals and Objectives  Business Constraint  Critical Success Factors  Customer Needs Summary  Customer Requirement  Issue  Policy …
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaOverview of TOGAF Phases● A. Define Architectural Vision● B. Business Architecture● C. Information Systems Architecture● D. Technology Architecture Start here● E. Assess Opportunity and Solution Alternatives● Plus: Plan, Govern and Execute Solutions
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaDefinition of Business Architecture● In Phase B of the TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) you establish the Business Architecture of the organization● The objectives of building the business architecture are to understand, describe, and model the current (or baseline, or as is) business architecture, and then develop target, or to-be business architectures. In System Architect, you may use Workspaces to enable baseline and target architectures
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaObjectives of Business● We intend to compare two businesses which:  Do similar things In different ways with different resources● We will produce a conceptual model that is common to both businesses in terms of  Business  Information  Application  Technology Infrastructure Value Statement● Provide a framework in order to compare similar resources
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaTopics● Capturing Key Business Concepts● Conceptual Business Architecture  Conceptual Capability Model  Building the Business Activity Model● Conceptual Information Architecture● Conceptual Application Architecture● Conceptual Technology Architecture Take order We do it this way We do it that way JKE Enterprises ABC Enterprises
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaCapturing Key Business Concepts● Some loose concepts important to support our understanding
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaConceptual Business Architecture● Eventually we want to understand  Business Capabilities  Processes  People● At the Conceptual level we are only interested in high level  Business Capabilities  Processes
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaBusiness Capability● What does the business do?
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaBusiness Activities● How does the business do these things?
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaConceptual Information Architecture● What are the key pieces of information the business needs?
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaConceptual Application Architecture● What are the key functions our applications must provide?
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaConceptual Technology Architecture● What are the key technologies our applications and business need?
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaDetailing the Service Component Specifying business unit that uses the Service Specifying Services that the Service Component Component provides
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaOverview of TOGAF Phases● A. Define Architectural Vision● B. Business Architecture● C. Information Systems Architecture● D. Technology Architecture Start here● E. Assess Opportunity and Solution Alternatives● Plus: Plan, Govern and Execute Solutions Finish here
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaInformation Architecture● In Phase C of the TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) you model the Information System Architectures of the organization.● This includes the Data Architecture and the Applications Architecture.
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaObjectives● Understand how to develop a high level Information architecture  Define Subject Areas  Drill down to next specification levelValue Statement  Define the data reference architecture  Communicate the information within the organization
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaEnterprise Data Model● Entity Relationship Diagram  Define the key information subject areas based upon output from the business architecture phase  Provide business descriptions for each entity● Forms an information reference architecture
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaRefined Data Model● Drill Down from each subject area into first level refinement  Create a child diagram for each EA data entity to represent the next level of abstraction  Provides the capability to navigate the levels of abstraction
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaConsolidate Reference Model● Consolidate refined model  Consolidate models belonging to the same viewpoint  Provides comparative reference architecture views for Baseline and Target models● Automatically updated when models are changed
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaObjectives● Understand and learn how to describe the major types of applications systems required to support the enterprise  How to use the Technical Architecture diagram to capture the required system capabilities  Describe high level information flows  How to elaborate and expand the Technical Architecture modelValue Statement  Define and detail the major application systems as capabilities independent of the supporting technologies  Used to perform gap, migration, and integration analyses
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaRefine Application Architecture● Technical Architecture Diagram shows  System context  Participants engaged in interacting with the business systems  Functional capabilities of the applications as Architecture Building Blocks
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaRefine Application Architecture● Technical Architecture Diagram decomposes to a System Architecture model, elaborates Application Systems  Participants defined that are engaged in interacting with the business systems  Architecture Building Blocks decompose into Application Components
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaOverview of TOGAF Phases● A. Define Architectural Vision● B. Business Architecture● C. Information Systems Architecture● D. Technology Architecture Start here● E. Assess Opportunity and Solution Alternatives● Plus: Plan, Govern and Execute Solutions Finish here
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaTechnology Architecture● The Technology Architecture phase seeks to map application components defined in the Application Architecture phase into a set of technology components, which represent software and hardware components, available from the market or configured within the organization into technology platforms.● As Technology Architecture defines the physical realization of an architectural solution, it has strong links to implementation and migration planning.● Technology Architecture will define baseline (i.e., current) and target views of the technology portfolio, detailing the roadmap towards the Target Architecture, and to identify key work packages in the roadmap. Technology Architecture completes the set of architectural information and therefore supports cost assessment for particular migration scenarios
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaObjectives● Relevance and use of the Technical Reference Model  Understand and learn how to refine technical architectureValue Statement  Provides a single taxonomy that defines terminology and provides a coherent description of the components and conceptual structure of the technical architecture  Forms the basis and scope of all logical and physical implementations
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaRefine Technical Architecture M e s s a g in g a n d E n d U s e r A p p lic a tio n s L O B A p p lic a t io n s C a le n d a r a n d T im e ● Technical Reference Model C o m m u n ic a tio n s M anagem ent L a p to p & D e s k t o p C o lla b o ra tio n T o o ls S y s te m s  Is an architecture of generic services and  functions thata Technicalfoundation on which Modeled as provides a Architecture diagram C o re In fra s t ru c t u re more specific architectures and architectural U s er M anagem ent N e t w o rk M anagem ent A p p lic a tio n s U s e r L o g g in g components are built and detailed in the Business Architecture diagram A p p lic a t io n M e s s a g in g S h a re d IT D e p lo y m e n t S e c u rit y & A u th e n tic a t io n In te rn a l E x te rn a l C o m p lia n c e A u t h e n tic a t io n A u t h e n t ic a t io n M anagem ent E n c y p t io n D a ta S e rve rs S e rve rs a n d F ile S e rve rs V irtu a l S e rve rs S to ra g e
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaCompare Architectures  Differences between technical architectures of the two enterprises shown by comparing and overlaying.  Differences highlighted between the architectures must be addressed.
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaOverview of TOGAF Phases● A. Define Architectural Vision● B. Business Architecture● C. Information Systems Architecture● D. Technology Architecture Start here● E. Assess Opportunity and Solution Alternatives Finish here
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaObjectives● Enterprise Architecture used for knowledge capture; learn how to apply enterprise architecture to support  Analysis and decision making  Gap analysis and migration planning  Risk evaluation and mitigationValue Statement  Understand impact of changes  Consolidate  Application portfolios
  • The Paradise Architects Lounge – Bali, IndonesiaThe end --- thank you and questions welcome or email me at wintonjkt@gmail.com