Aligning enterprise, system, and software architectures by Ivan Mistrík; IGI Global.; et al

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Zachman, J. (1987). A framework for information architecture. IBM Systems Journal, 38(2&3). Zachman, J. (1997). Concepts of the framework for enterprise architecture. htm#Article Section 1 Architecture Alignment Theories 1 Chapter 1 Relating Enterprise, Application, and Infrastructure Architects Eoin Woods Artechra, UK Nick Rozanski Artechra, UK ABSTRACT The architect takes a high-profile role in many IT departments today. ” However there is little consensus in the academic community or amongst practitioners as to the responsibilities of the many different types of architect we encounter – or indeed, what they should even be called.

However, designing something, be it a system, an infrastructure, a process or a service is core to the activity of being an architect. • • • • Stakeholder Focus: Being an architect involves a lot of focus on stakeholders, much more so than more traditional technical and design oriented jobs. This is because a key part of the architect’s role is to bring clarity and consensus to problems that are often poorly understood or poorly communicated by the different stakeholders. A Focus on System-Wide Concerns: Rather than focusing on the detailed design of one particular element of a system or problem, architecture inherently involves taking a broad view and focusing on the overall organization, the common design aspects shared across it and the overall qualities of the artifact being designed.

GERAM: Generalized enterprise reference architecture and methodology. 3 (March). ISO. (2000). Industrial automation systems -- Requirements for enterprise-reference architectures and methodologies. ISO, 15704, 2000. ISO/IEC. (2010). ISO/IEC 42010:2010 Systems and software engineering - Architecture description. Kruchten, P. (1995). The 4+1 view model of architecture. IEEE Software, 12(6), 42–50. Luckham, D. , & Mann, W. (1995). Specification analysis of system architecture using Rapide. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 21(4), 366–355.

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