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Archimate 2.1 an introduction

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I used this presentation as an additional source to study for my ArchiMate 2 exams. In the end I passed both y Level I and Level II exams. This might help you as well.

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Archimate 2.1 an introduction

  1. 1. ArchiMate 2.1 “An Introduction” 1
  2. 2. Archimate “An Open Group Standard” 2 • Modeling Language for Enterprise Architecture – Open – Independent – Common • A notation for describing, analyzing and visualizing relationships amongst business domains
  3. 3. Enterprise, Architecture and EA • Enterprise – Any Collection of Organizations that has a Common Set of Goals • Architecture – A formal Description of a System, or a Detailed Plan of the System at Component Level to Guide its Implementation. • Enterprise Architecture – A coherent Whole of Principles, Methods, and Models that are used in the Design and Realization of an Enterprise’s Organizational Structure, Business Processes, Information Systems, and Infrastructure ” 3
  4. 4. Where TOGAF meets Archimate 4 • TOGAF ADM – Architecture Development Method • Archimate Core Architecture Types - ADM Phase B, C, D • Archimate Extensions – Implementation & Migration Extension (ADM Phase G, F, E) – Motivation Extension (ADM Phase A, H, Prelimenary, Requirements Management)
  5. 5. Where TOGAF meets Archimate “Archimate Core & Extensions” 5
  6. 6. Archimate Summary 6
  7. 7. ArchiMate “Notation” 7 • Notation – Box with Icon – Icon • Box Corners – Sharp (Active / Passive) – Rounded (Behavioural) • Colorcoding – Used to separate Aspects and Layers – Not a Specification
  8. 8. ArchiMate 2.1 • ArchiMate Core • Relationships • Business Layer • Application Layer • Technology Layer • Language Extensions • ArchiMate Metamodel • ArchiMate Viewpoints • ArchiMate Standard Viewpoints • ArchiMate Extension Viewpoints 8
  9. 9. ArchiMate Core “Layers, Elements and Element Types” • The core language consists of Three Layers with Elements categorized in Three Element Types – Core Language Layers • Business • Application • Technology – Element Types • Active Structure – Subject • Behavioral – Verb • Passive Structure – Information – Data – Physical 9
  10. 10. ArchiMate Core “Element Types” • Active Structure Element – an Entity that is capable of Performing Behavior • Behavior Element – a Unit of Activity Performed by one or more Active Structure Elements. • Passive Structure Element – an Object on which Behavior is Performed. 10
  11. 11. ArchiMate Core 11
  12. 12. ArchiMate 2.1 • ArchiMate Core • Relationships • Business Layer • Application Layer • Technology Layer • Language Extensions • ArchiMate Metamodel • ArchiMate Viewpoints • ArchiMate Standard Viewpoints • ArchiMate Extension Viewpoints 12
  13. 13. Relationships “Classification” • Classification – Structural • Composite (Strongest) • Aggregation • Assignment • Realization • Used By • Access • Association (Weakest) – Dynamic • Flow • Triggering – Other • Grouping • Junction • Specialization 13
  14. 14. Relationships 14
  15. 15. ArchiMate 2.1 • ArchiMate Core • Relationships • Business Layer • Application Layer • Technology Layer • Language Extensions • ArchiMate Metamodel • ArchiMate Viewpoints • ArchiMate Standard Viewpoints • ArchiMate Extension Viewpoints 15
  16. 16. Business Layer Elements The Business layer offers products and services to external customers, which are realised in the organisation by business processes (performed by business actors or roles). 16
  17. 17. ArchiMate 2.1 • ArchiMate Core • Relationships • Business Layer • Application Layer • Technology Layer • Language Extensions • ArchiMate Metamodel • ArchiMate Viewpoints • ArchiMate Standard Viewpoints • ArchiMate Extension Viewpoints 17
  18. 18. Application Layer Elements The Application layer supports the business layer with application services which are realised by (software) application components 18
  19. 19. ArchiMate 2.1 • ArchiMate Core • Relationships • Business Layer • Application Layer • Technology Layer • Language Extensions • ArchiMate Metamodel • ArchiMate Viewpoints • ArchiMate Standard Viewpoints • ArchiMate Extension Viewpoints 19
  20. 20. Technology Layer Elements The Technology layer offers infrastructural services (e.g., processing, storage and communication services) needed to run applications, realised by computer and communication devices and system software. 20
  21. 21. ArchiMate 2.1 • ArchiMate Core • Relationships • Business Layer • Application Layer • Technology Layer • Language Extensions • ArchiMate Metamodel • ArchiMate Viewpoints • ArchiMate Standard Viewpoints • ArchiMate Extension Viewpoints 21
  22. 22. Language Extensions 22 • ArchiMate Core - Enables modeling of the architecture domains defined by TOGAF • Motivation Extension - Enables modeling of stakeholders, drivers for change, business goals, principles and requirements • Implementation and Migration Extension - Enables modeling of project portfolio management, gap analysis and transition and migration planning
  23. 23. Motivation Extension 23
  24. 24. Motivation Extension 24
  25. 25. Implementation and Migration Extension 25
  26. 26. ArchiMate 2.1 • ArchiMate Core • Relationships • Business Layer • Application Layer • Technology Layer • Language Extensions • ArchiMate Metamodel • ArchiMate Viewpoints • ArchiMate Standard Viewpoints • ArchiMate Extension Viewpoints 26
  27. 27. Generic Metamodel “Core Concepts of ArchiMate” 27
  28. 28. ArchiMate Metamodels • Archimate Core – Business Layer Metamodel – Application Layer Metamodel – Technology Layer Metamodel • Language Extensions – Motivation Extension Metamodel – Implementation & Migration Extension Metamodel 28
  29. 29. ArchiMate 2.1 • ArchiMate Core • Relationships • Business Layer • Application Layer • Technology Layer • Language Extensions • ArchiMate Metamodel • ArchiMate Viewpoints – ArchiMate Standard Viewpoints – ArchiMate Extension Viewpoints 29
  30. 30. ArchiMate Viewpoint “Classification” 30 • Viewpoint classification - Designing a new enterprise • architect, developer - Deciding • supporting decision making • product manager, CIO, CEO - Informing • customer, employee, other stakeholder • Abstraction level - Details • one layer/one aspect - Coherence • multiple layers or aspects - Overview • both multiple layers and multiple aspects
  31. 31. ArchiMate 2.1 • ArchiMate Core • Relationships • Business Layer • Application Layer • Technology Layer • Language Extensions • ArchiMate Metamodel • ArchiMate Viewpoints – ArchiMate Standard Viewpoints – ArchiMate Extension Viewpoints 31
  32. 32. ArchiMate Standard Viewpoints 32
  33. 33. ArchiMate 2.1 • ArchiMate Core • Relationships • Business Layer • Application Layer • Technology Layer • Language Extensions • ArchiMate Metamodel • ArchiMate Viewpoints – ArchiMate Standard Viewpoints – ArchiMate Extension Viewpoints 33
  34. 34. ArchiMate Extension Viewpoints 34
  35. 35. Inspiration This content is inspired and based on (online) content from the following parties The Open Group (http://www.opengroup.org/archimate/) The Unit (Joost Bleijenberg - http://bit.ly/ArchiMateSpeedModelling) Bizz Design (http://bit.ly/TOGAF91_Archimate21_BizzDesign) 35

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