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Enterprise Architecture PPT Template

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Bridge the gap between business and IT.

Present your company’s enterprise architecture with charts and explanations, and communicate its development using illustrations of the various EA frameworks. Transform your business strategy into effective change with our Enterprise Architecture template.

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CONTENTS
- definition and basics of enterprise architecture
- diagrams of planning stages, IT impact, and more
- an introduction to ARIS (Architecture of Integrated Information Systems)
- explanations and illustrations of the various EA frameworks (Zachman, TOGAF, FEAF)
- EA planning
- EA management
- process models
- checklists

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Enterprise Architecture PPT Template

  1. 1. PREMIUM POWERPOINT SLIDES aRCHITECTURE eNTERPRISE
  2. 2. ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE POWERPOINT TEMPLATE
  3. 3. 1. QUOTE 2. DEFINITION 3. BASICS 4. ARIS 5. EA FRAMEWORKS 6. EA PLANNING 7. EA MANAGEMENT 8. PROCESS MODELS 9. CHECKLISTS AGENDA Enterprise Architecture
  4. 4. Enterprise architecture can provide systematic support to organizational change, when requirements of respective stakeholders of business and IT are met.” -Dr. Jan Saat, Senior Manager, IT Strategy, from “Enterprise Architecture Design as an Engineering Discipline”
  5. 5. DEFINITION What is Enterprise Architecture? Enterprise architecture, or business architecture (EA/BA), refers to the interaction between the IT components and business processes or activities of a corporation.
  6. 6. DEFINITION Terms The term “architecture” describes the manner in which components of a system are organized and integrated. The essential links between individual elements, among other things, are recognized. Enterprise architecture is characterized by its comprehensive view of IT functions within a company. It encompasses the interaction of IT elements and business activity. ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE
  7. 7. BASICS Enterprise Architecture Application Scenarios IT STRATEGY PLANNING ARCHITECTURAL CONFORMITY OF PROJECTS QUALITY MANAGEMENT DECISIONS REGARDING PROCUREMENT PROCESS OPTIMIZATION APPLICATION PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT SECURITY MANAGEMENT
  8. 8.  Products and services  Market sectors  Strategic projects  Strategic business objectives  Supplier and customer relationships  Applications and application domains  Technical service  Information system functionality  Information objects  Interfaces  Distribution channels  Business procedures  Organizational units  Roles and responsibilities  Information flows  Locations  Software components  Data formats  Hardware components  Network components  Software platforms IT ARCHITECTUREBUSINESSARCHITECTURE STRATEGY ORGANIZATION APPLICATION SOFTWARE ITINFRASTRUCTURE ARCHITECTURELEVELSDESIGNOBJECTS SupportingServices Requirements INTEGRATION BASICS Enterprise Architecture Levels and Design Objects
  9. 9. BASIS The 4 Layers of Enterprise Architecture BUSINESS DATA APPLICATION TECHNOLOGY Businesses process and use… Data which must be sorted, organized, protected and distributed through… Applications of custom or mass-produced software tools managed by… Technology such as computer systems or telephone networks.
  10. 10. ARIS Introduction  ARIS (Architecture of Integrated Information Systems) is a method-based architecture and program to assist with enterprise modeling.  A distinction is drawn between the ARIS house (the “idea”) and the ARIS Toolset (the “program”).  ARIS is also used to describe companies and application systems where various business description techniques are used.  The focus is on the business process. Architecture of Integrated Information Systems
  11. 11. ARIS The Evolution ARIS Idea: Prof. Dr. August-Wilhelm Scheer, Institute for Information Systems, Saarland University Name: ARIS Toolset (up to version 4.2) ARIS E-Business Suite (since version 5.0) Currently ARIS Design Platform Manufacturer: IDS Prof. Scheer Integrated Data- Processing Systems mbH Product: ARIS Toolset in wider use since version 3.x (also with relational database (Oracle) since Version 6.0) 1999: IDS Scheer AG goes IPO on the Frankfurt Exchange 1984/85 1999
  12. 12. ARIS Benefits of Modelling Using ARIS  Unique and consistent definition of objects  Uniform model layout (templates)  Transfer to all models in the database when making changes to a single object (e.g. Renaming an area)  Consolidate redundant objects  Additional functions, such as web or business publisher, evaluation reports, analysis reports, balanced scorecard etc.
  13. 13. Characteristic Specifications Characteristic ONSET SCOPE CONTENT LEVELS STAGES Research and Development Economic Environment Standardization and Certification Institutions Public Administration Company Extended Enterprise Strategy Organization Integration Application Software IT Infrastructure Process Model Structure Modelling Language Centralized Terminology Design Principles Reference Models Preparation Development Implementation Operation Maintenance EA FRAMEWORKS General Classification Scheme for EA Frameworks
  14. 14. EA FRAMEWORKS Examples of EA Frameworks ZACHMAN FRAMEWORK The Zachman Framework is one of the most well-known frameworks and has greatly influenced today’s understanding of enterprise architecture. TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework) It provides a methodology to develop an enterprise architecture. FEAF (Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework) FEAF is an enterprise architecture structure created by US authorities that facilitates the exchange of information.
  15. 15. PROPERTIESOF THE ZACHMAN FRAMEWORK Characteristic ONSET SCOPE CONTENT LEVELS STAGES Research and Development Economic Environment Standardization and Certification Institutions Public Administration Company Extended Enterprise Strategy Organization Integration Application Software IT Infrastructure Process Model Structure Modelling Language Centralized Terminology Design Principles Reference Models Operation MaintenanceImplementation Development of Technology Architecture Development of Application Architecture Development of Business Model Preparation EA FRAMEWORKS Zachman Framework Download at www.PresentationLoad.com
  16. 16. TOGAF is the global standard for enterprise architecture. It incorporates the systematic coordination of business processes, information systems and IT infrastructures in EA development. The Open Group Architecture Framework TOGAF
  17. 17. EA FRAMEWORKS Comparison of Framework Properties Framework Zachman TOGAF FEAF onset Research and Development Economic Environment Standardization Public Administration scope Business Extended Enterprise levels Strategy Organization Integration Application Software IT Infrastructure Framework Zachman TOGAF FEAF Content Process Model Structure Modelling Language Centralized Technology Design Principles Reference Models stages Preparation Development of Business Architecture Development of Application Architecture Development of Technology Architecture Implementation IT Infrastructure Operation Maintenance no consensus partial consensus complete consensus
  18. 18. STAGE 1: Where to begin STAGE 2: Where you are now STAGE 3: Where you are going STAGE 4: How to get there IMPLEMENTATION/ MIGRATION PLAN INTRODUCTION BUSINESS MODELLING CURRENT TECHNOLOGY DATA ARCHITECTURE APPLICATION ARCHITECTURE TECHNICAL ARCHITECTURE EA PLANNING The Four Stages of Planning
  19. 19. EA PLANNING Planning Processes of Enterprise Architecture Introduction to planning Project management Administrative management values & principles businessknowledge Currentsystemsand technology Data architecture Application architecture Technical architecture Implementation / Migration plan Programmatic transition & Follow-on Design
  20. 20. EA MANAGEMENT What is EA Management for?  One of the main tasks of EA management is to make active and targeted changes in corporate architecture, especially in terms of business objectives.  EA management implements the changes to the actual operating system with the corresponding effect on the formal objectives.
  21. 21. IT enterprise architecture isusually a subtask of the CIO(CIO= Chief InformationOfficer): WHAT IS A CIO? A Chief Information Officer is the IT manager. He or she is responsible for the planning and implementing IT projects. EA MANAGEMENT Those Responsible for EA Management – IT Enterprise Architects
  22. 22. EA MANAGEMENT Where are the “IT Enterprise Architects” Located? SLA = Service Level Agreement: An agreement between the provider and service user in which the quality of the service must be provided. CLIENTS (IT service customers) SYSTEM HOUSE Projects: preliminary studies, self-construction or integration SYSTEM OPERATION application operations, platform operations, network operations CORPORATEMANAGEMENT (IT services)  Customer management  Strategic planning  Project portfolio management  IT controlling  IT security Services Contracts, SLAs Services Contracts Handovers Contracts Services Contracts, SLAs
  23. 23. Visions & Goals Strategies & Projects Principles & Standards Business & Organization Application & Information Application & Information Questions & KPIs Business capabilities Business services Infrastructure services PROCESS MODELS Process Models for Enterprise Architecture Analysis
  24. 24. PROCESS MODELS Components of IT Strategy Application Changes Infrastructure Management Business Strategy IT Architecture Invoicing Methods Employee Recruitment
  25. 25. PROCESS MODELS Quality Factors of an Enterprise Architecture Robust Utilitarian Flexible Verifiable Durable Traceable An enterprise architecture should not be too vulnerable to minor changes. An enterprise architecture must show a certain utility to achieve meaningful results. An enterprise architecture must be capable of adapting to changes. It must be possible to check if an enterprise architecture will perform as planned. An enterprise architecture must show resilience against changes. An enterprise architecture makes it possible to trace elements in different directions. Download at www.PresentationLoad.com
  26. 26. CHECKLISTS Strategy Processes Create a strategy for application changes Create a strategy for IT operations Create an employment and procurement strategy Implement IT strategy
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