Ggti 22 03-2012


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Ggti 22 03-2012

  1. 1. “Perspectivas Econômicas do TOGAF – The Open Group Architecture Framework” Prof. José Carlos Cavalcanti Depto. de Economia da UFPE Cavalcanti Mar Hotel, Recife, 22/03/2012
  2. 2. Introduction to TOGAF, an Open Group StandardTOGAF® (The Open Group ArchitectureFramework), an Open Group Standard, is aproven enterprise architecture methodologyand framework used by the world’s leadingorganizations to improve business efficiency. It isthe most prominent and reliable enterprisearchitecture standard, ensuring consistentstandards, methods, and communication amongenterprise architecture professionals.
  3. 3. Enterprise architecture professionalsfluent in TOGAF standards enjoygreater industry credibility, jobeffectiveness, and careeropportunities. TOGAF helpspractitioners avoid being locked intoproprietary methods, utilize resourcesmore efficiently and effectively, andrealize a greater return on investment.
  4. 4. First developed in 1995, TOGAF was basedon the US Department of Defense TechnicalArchitecture Framework for InformationManagement (TAFIM). From this soundfoundation, The Open Group ArchitectureForum has developed successive versions ofTOGAF at regular intervals and publishedthem on The Open Group public web site.
  5. 5. TOGAF Version 9.1This document provides an introduction toTOGAF Version 9.1, referred to simply as“TOGAF” within the main text of this document.TOGAF 9.1 was first published in December2011, and is the first maintenance update toTOGAF 9. It is an upwards-compatible evolutionfrom TOGAF 9 (02-02-2009), addressing usagefeedback and comments raised. A description ofthe changes is provided in “What’s New inTOGAF Version 9.1?”.
  6. 6. TOGAF 9.1 can be used for developing a broadrange of different enterprise architectures.TOGAF complements, and can be used inconjunction with, other frameworks that aremore focused on specific deliverables forparticular vertical sectors such as Government,Telecommunications, Manufacturing, Defense,and Finance. The key to TOGAF is the method –the TOGAF Architecture Development Method(ADM) – for developing an enterprisearchitecture that addresses business needs.
  7. 7. What is Architecture in the context of TOGAF?ISO/IEC 42010:20071 defines “architecture” as:“The fundamental organization of a system, embodiedin its components, their relationships to each otherand the environment, and the principles governing itsdesign and evolution.”TOGAF embraces and extends this definition. In TOGAF,“architecture” has two meanings depending upon the context:1. A formal description of a system, or a detailed plan of thesystem at a component level to guide its implementation2. The structure of components, their inter-relationships, andthe principles and guidelines governing their design andevolution over time
  8. 8. What kinds of Architecture does TOGAF deal with?
  9. 9. Structure of the TOGAF Standard
  10. 10. What does TOGAF Contain?
  11. 11. The TOGAF 9 Certification for People Program
  12. 12. DINÂMICA DE MERCADOEstrutura Conduta Desempenho Paradigma Estrutura-Conduta-Desempenho
  13. 13. DINÂMICA DE EMPRESA Corporativa CorporativaARQUITETURA GOVERNANÇA CRESCIMENTO TICs TICs Metodologia Arquitetura-Governança-Crescimento
  14. 14. Arquitetura - Em analogia ao que é definido naconstrução civil, é um sistema de projeto/negócioque especifica como todas as funcionalidades do projeto/negócio são decompostas em componentes individuais funcionais, e o modo como estes componentes irão interagir para oferecer a funcionalidade geral do sistema. A decomposição da empresa em partes gerenciáveis, a definição destas partes, e a orquestração da interação entre estas partes constituem o que se denomina de a Arquitetura Empresarial.