Enterprise Architecture (EA)
Venue: Jurys Clifton Ford Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Sep 27, 2004||End Date/Time: Sep 28, 2004|
1. BUSINESS DRIVERS FOR ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE (EA)
• The Waves of Change
• The Revolution in Concepts
2. THE ZACHMAN FRAMEWORK
The Zachman Framework is perhaps the most referenced in the industry. This session provides participants with a unique opportunity to learn first-hand about its concept and utility, directly from the man who developed it.
• Enterprise Knowledge Artifacts:
- From Data, Function and Networks
- From Scope to Enterprise, Systems and Technology Models
• The Extended Framework:
- From People, Time and Motivation
- From Workflow, Process and Business Rules Models
• Rules of the Framework
• Towards the new IS imperative: Build, Store, Manage and Change the Models
3. ADDRESSING THE PARADOXICAL CHALLENGE: RAPID DELIVERY
& ENTERPRISE INFRASTRUCTURE
• The "Model" Vs the "Results" view of the world
• Process concepts and the manufacturing analog
• What about Objects?
• Paradigms for managing change: Architecture and Assemble-to-Order
4. ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE: IMPLEMENTATION PRACTICALITIES
• Model Selection
• Skills, Approaches and Tools
• Short Term Demand Strategies
• Legacy Migration: - Where does Data Warehousing fit?
5. ARCHITECTURE METHODOLOGIES
• Classification Vs. Methodologies
• Methodology Standards
• Methodology Vendors
• Framework Implementers - Methodologies Overview
6. ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE MANAGEMENT
• Funding and Cost Justification
• Return on Investment (ROI)
• Managing Federated Architectures
• Repositories and Model Management
• Organisation & Culture Change
7. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
• Who has successfully implemented the Framework?
• How can technology architecture be managed?
• How do you actually DO Architecture?
• What tools support the Framework?
8. GUIDELINES FOR AN ACTION PLAN
• Zachman's Architectural Principles
• Architectural Compromises and Consequences
• Implementation Strategies: Short, Medium and Long Term
• Framework Resources