A Multidimensional Classification of 55 Enterprise Architecture Frameworks

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  • A Multidimensional Classification of 55 Enterprise Architecture Frameworks

    Dr. Eldar Sultanow Dr. Carsten Brockmann Kai Schroeder Sean Cox

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    Agenda

    ! Problem statement and objectives

    ! Methodology

    ! Results of the comparison

    ! Conclusion

    ! Contact persons

  • Problem statement and objectives

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    Many frameworks exist

    Readers should be able to compare the frameworks based on a determined set of criteria

    Purpose of each framework not well known in the community

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    Agenda

    ! Problem statement and objectives

    ! Methodology

    ! Results of the comparison

    ! Conclusion

    ! Contact persons

  • Methodology

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    Comparison of 55 frameworks in six dimensions

    Dimension 2: Architectural domain scope: strategy, business processes, information systems, Infrastructure

    Dimension 3: Mutability: once formed, self-preserving

    Dimension 4: Alignment: socio-cultural, functionally, structurally, infological, contextually

    Dimension 5: Intentional dimension: government and agency frameworks, management frameworks, military frameworks, manufacturing-specific frameworks, technically oriented frameworks, interoperability frameworks, Add-on frameworks

    Dimension 1: Covering size of organizations: local business unit, association of local business units, spatially distributed organization, global corporate networks

    Dimension 6: Chronological Dimension: The arrangement of these frameworks following one after another in time when they are published or developed, a sequence according to time of occurrence

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    Agenda

    ! Problem statement and objectives

    ! Methodology

    ! Results of the comparison

    ! Conclusion

    ! Contact persons

  • Results of the comparison (1/2)

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  • Results of the comparison (2/2)

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    Agenda

    ! Problem statement and objectives

    ! Methodology

    ! Results of the comparison

    ! Conclusion

    ! Contact persons

  • Conclusion

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    Most frameworks were developed out of the following domains: Government, Business and Military

    EAF frameworks are usually forks of existing frameworks

    TOGAF is the best established framework. Many frameworks provided the foundation for TOGAF

    Few frameworks consider corporate strategy. TOGAF for example allows the use of the Business Motivation Model via the TOGAF Motivation Extension

    Very few frameworks can be applied within a SME

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    Agenda

    ! Problem statement and objectives

    ! Methodology

    ! Results of the comparison

    ! Conclusion

    ! Contact persons

  • Contact Persons

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    Dr. Eldar Sultanow

    Lead Consultant / Architect Capgemini Nrnberg E-Mail: Eldar.Sultanow@capgemini.com

    Dr. Carsten Brockmann

    Lead Consultant / Architect Capgemini Berlin E-Mail: Carsten.Brockmann@capgemini.com

    Kai Schroeder

    Head of Architects Service Industries Capgemini Hamburg E-Mail: Kai.Schroeder@capgemini.com