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A Multidimensional Classification of 55
Enterprise Architecture Frameworks
Dr. Eldar Sultanow
Dr. Carsten Brockmann
Kai Sc...
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Agenda
!  Problem statement and objectives
!  Methodology
!  Results of the comparison
!  Conclusion
!  Contact persons
Problem statement and objectives
3Copyright © Capgemini 2016. All Rights Reserved
Many frameworks exist
Readers should be ...
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Agenda
!  Problem statement and objectives
!  Methodology
!  Results of the comparison
!  Conclusion
!  Contact persons
Methodology
5Copyright © Capgemini 2016. All Rights Reserved
Comparison of 55 frameworks in six dimensions
Dimension 2: Ar...
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Agenda
!  Problem statement and objectives
!  Methodology
!  Results of the comparison
!  Conclusion
!  Contact persons
Results of the comparison (1/2)
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Results of the comparison (2/2)
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Agenda
!  Problem statement and objectives
!  Methodology
!  Results of the comparison
!  Conclusion
!  Contact persons
Conclusion
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Most frameworks were developed out of the following domains: ...
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Agenda
!  Problem statement and objectives
!  Methodology
!  Results of the comparison
!  Conclusion
!  Contact persons
Contact Persons
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Dr. Eldar Sultanow
Lead Consultant / Architect
Capgemini Nürnberg
E-Mail: Eldar.Sultanow@capgemini.com
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A Multidimensional Classification of 55 Enterprise Architecture Frameworks

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The presentation focuses on the fact that many frameworks exist, but the purpose of each framework is not well known in the community. The readers should be able to compare the frameworks based on a determined set of criteria. TOGAF is the best established framework.

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A Multidimensional Classification of 55 Enterprise Architecture Frameworks

  1. 1. A Multidimensional Classification of 55 Enterprise Architecture Frameworks Dr. Eldar Sultanow Dr. Carsten Brockmann Kai Schroeder Sean Cox
  2. 2. 2 Agenda !  Problem statement and objectives !  Methodology !  Results of the comparison !  Conclusion !  Contact persons
  3. 3. Problem statement and objectives 3Copyright © Capgemini 2016. All Rights Reserved Many frameworks exist Readers should be able to compare the frameworks based on a determined set of criteria Purpose of each framework not well known in the community
  4. 4. 4 Agenda !  Problem statement and objectives !  Methodology !  Results of the comparison !  Conclusion !  Contact persons
  5. 5. Methodology 5Copyright © Capgemini 2016. All Rights Reserved Comparison of 55 frameworks in six dimensions Dimension 2: Architectural domain scope: strategy, business processes, information systems, Infrastructure Dimension 3: Mutability: once formed, self-preserving Dimension 4: Alignment: socio-cultural, functionally, structurally, infological, contextually Dimension 5: Intentional dimension: government and agency frameworks, management frameworks, military frameworks, manufacturing-specific frameworks, technically oriented frameworks, interoperability frameworks, Add-on frameworks Dimension 1: Covering size of organizations: local business unit, association of local business units, spatially distributed organization, global corporate networks Dimension 6: Chronological Dimension: The arrangement of these frameworks following one after another in time when they are published or developed, a sequence according to time of occurrence
  6. 6. 6 Agenda !  Problem statement and objectives !  Methodology !  Results of the comparison !  Conclusion !  Contact persons
  7. 7. Results of the comparison (1/2) 7Copyright © Capgemini 2016. All Rights Reserved
  8. 8. Results of the comparison (2/2) 8Copyright © Capgemini 2016. All Rights Reserved
  9. 9. 9 Agenda !  Problem statement and objectives !  Methodology !  Results of the comparison !  Conclusion !  Contact persons
  10. 10. Conclusion 10Copyright © Capgemini 2016. All Rights Reserved Most frameworks were developed out of the following domains: Government, Business and Military EAF frameworks are usually forks of existing frameworks TOGAF is the best established framework. Many frameworks provided the foundation for TOGAF Few frameworks consider corporate strategy. TOGAF for example allows the use of the Business Motivation Model via the TOGAF Motivation Extension Very few frameworks can be applied within a SME
  11. 11. 11 Agenda !  Problem statement and objectives !  Methodology !  Results of the comparison !  Conclusion !  Contact persons
  12. 12. Contact Persons 12 Dr. Eldar Sultanow Lead Consultant / Architect Capgemini Nürnberg E-Mail: Eldar.Sultanow@capgemini.com Dr. Carsten Brockmann Lead Consultant / Architect Capgemini Berlin E-Mail: Carsten.Brockmann@capgemini.com Kai Schroeder Head of Architects Service Industries Capgemini Hamburg E-Mail: Kai.Schroeder@capgemini.com

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