Enterprise Information Architecture in Context (later renamed Enterprise Content Management)

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Enterprise Information Architecture in Context (later renamed Enterprise Content Management)

  1. 1. Enterprise Information Architecture in Context <ul><li>James Melzer </li></ul><ul><li>SRA International </li></ul><ul><li>East Coast IA Retreat 2005 </li></ul>
  2. 2. Louis Rosenfeld & Peter Morville
  3. 3. IA Framework Context IA Content Users
  4. 4. Approaches to IA <ul><li>Top-Down </li></ul><ul><li>Bottom-Up </li></ul>
  5. 5. Rosenfeld EIA Roadmap
  6. 6. John A. Zachman
  7. 7. Complex Project Management in Architecture (the kind with buildings) Bubble Chart sketch for the owner to convince them that the architect understands their vision Architect’s Drawings detailed visuals to convince owner to pay to build (including floor plan, elevation, cut-away...) Architect’s Plans detailed technical plans for builders to negotiate the cost of construction Builder’s Plans detailed technical plans to govern and plan construction (such as sequencing, logistics...) Shop Plans detailed technical specs for making components out of context (such as machine tool specs) Physical Building the physical product in the real world
  8. 8. Zachman’s Interpretation Bubble Chart Scope Architect’s Drawings Business Model Architect’s Plans System Model Builder’s Plans Technology Model Shop Plans Detailed Representations Physical Building Functioning Enterprise
  9. 9. Planning the Enterprise Itself as You Would Plan a Building Scope Contextual for the Planner Business Model Conceptual for the Owner System Model Logical for the Designer Technology Model Physical for the Builder Detailed Representations Out-of-context for the Subcontractor Functioning Enterprise Real for the Users
  10. 10. Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture What DATA How FUNCTION Where NETWORK Who PEOPLE When TIME Why MOTIVATION Scope List of things importation to the business List of processes the business performs List of locations in which the business operates List of organizations important to the business List of events/cycles significant to the business List of business goals/strategies Business Model Semantic model Business process model Business logistics model Work flow model Master schedule Business plan System Model Logical data model Application architecture Distributed system architecture Human interface architecture Processing structure Business rule model Technology Model Physical data model System design Technology architecture Presentation architecture Control structure Rule design Detailed Representations Data definition Program Network architecture Security architecture Timing definition Rule specification Functioning Enterprise DATA FUNCTION NETWORK PEOPLE TIME MOTIVATION
  11. 11. Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture Rows Represent Perspectives on the Enterprise What DATA How FUNCTION Where NETWORK Who PEOPLE When TIME Why MOTIVATION Scope List of things importation to the business List of processes the business performs List of locations in which the business operates List of organizations important to the business List of events/cycles significant to the business List of business goals/strategies Business Model Semantic model Business process model Business logistics model Work flow model Master schedule Business plan System Model Logical data model Application architecture Distributed system architecture Human interface architecture Processing structure Business rule model Technology Model Physical data model System design Technology architecture Presentation architecture Control structure Rule design Detailed Representations Data definition Program Network architecture Security architecture Timing definition Rule specification Functioning Enterprise DATA FUNCTION NETWORK PEOPLE TIME MOTIVATION
  12. 12. Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture Columns Represent Aspects of the Enterprise What DATA How FUNCTION Where NETWORK Who PEOPLE When TIME Why MOTIVATION Scope List of things importation to the business List of processes the business performs List of locations in which the business operates List of organizations important to the business List of events/cycles significant to the business List of business goals/strategies Business Model Semantic model Business process model Business logistics model Work flow model Master schedule Business plan System Model Logical data model Application architecture Distributed system architecture Human interface architecture Processing structure Business rule model Technology Model Physical data model System design Technology architecture Presentation architecture Control structure Rule design Detailed Representations Data definition Program Network architecture Security architecture Timing definition Rule specification Functioning Enterprise DATA FUNCTION NETWORK PEOPLE TIME MOTIVATION
  13. 13. Areas of Potential IA Participation? (You mileage may vary...) What DATA How FUNCTION Where NETWORK Who PEOPLE When TIME Why MOTIVATION Scope List of things importation to the business List of processes the business performs List of locations in which the business operates List of organizations important to the business List of events/cycles significant to the business List of business goals/strategies Business Model Semantic model Business process model Business logistics model Work flow model Master schedule Business plan System Model Logical data model Application architecture Distributed system architecture Human interface architecture Processing structure Business rule model Technology Model Physical data model System design Technology architecture Presentation architecture Control structure Rule design Detailed Representations Data definition Program Network architecture Security architecture Timing definition Rule specification Functioning Enterprise DATA FUNCTION NETWORK PEOPLE TIME MOTIVATION
  14. 14. Zachman Refined: Adding the User Experience Perspective What DATA How FUNCTION Where NETWORK Who PEOPLE When TIME Why MOTIVATION Scope List of things importation to the business List of processes the business performs List of locations in which the business operates List of organizations important to the business List of events/cycles significant to the business List of business goals/strategies Business Model Semantic model Business process model Business logistics model Work flow model Master schedule Business plan User Experience Content model Publication model Localization model User model Content refresh cycles User experience strategy System Model Logical data model Application architecture Distributed system architecture Human interface architecture Processing structure Business rule model Technology Model Physical data model System design Technology architecture Presentation architecture Control structure Rule design Detailed Representations Data definition Program Network architecture Security architecture Timing definition Rule specification Functioning Enterprise DATA FUNCTION NETWORK PEOPLE TIME MOTIVATION
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