Tag: TOGAF

Kurumsal Mimari Durum Çalışması Örneği

Kurumsal Mimari çalışmalarında, kurumlar genelde ne yapacaklarını bilseler de, nasıl yapacakları konusunda soru işaretlerine sahiptir. Bunun nedeni ise, konuyla ilgili kesin kurallar bulunmaması ve gidişatın kurum gerçeklerine ve dinamiklerine göre belirlenmesi gerekliliğidir. TOGAF tarafından Ekim 2016’da yayınlanan ve Hollanda Vergi & Gümrük İdaresi tarafından yürütülen kurumsal mimari çalışmasının anlatıldığı dokümanda; faaliyetlerin nasıl bir yaklaşımla ele alındığı, iş …

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Enterprise Architecture: Don’t Be a Fool with a Tool

Last month I referred to the cult comedy Office Space when I posed the question, Is Enterprise Architecture Completely Broken? After speaking with two authorities on The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), perhaps I had the wrong film. A better choice: Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Apparently, Enterprise Architecture is not dead yet. In …

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A Comparison of the Top Four Enterprise-Architecture Methodologies

Twenty years ago, a new field was born that soon came to be known as enterprise architecture. The field initially began to address two problems: System complexity—Organizations were spending more and more money building IT systems; and Poor business alignment—Organizations were finding it more and more difficult to keep those increasingly expensive IT systems aligned with business …

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Finding the Value in SOA

Confronted with the age old problems of agility and complexity, today’s CIOs are under more pressure than ever to improve the strategic value of IT to the business. At best, these challenges have increased costs, limited innovation and increased risk. At worst, they have reduced IT’s ability to respond to changing business needs in a …

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What is TOGAF?

Yes, TOGAF is an EA (Enterprise Architecture) framework – but what is that suppose to mean? Imagine that you have to oversee the IT integration of 2 companies which has merged and they have different ERP, CRM, billing system and the customer facing process are different. The merged entity needs to rationalize the product offering …

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