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Using TOGAF® in Government Enterprise Architecture to Describe the IT Architecture

Using TOGAF® in Government Enterprise Architecture to Describe the IT Architecture

Reference: D013

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The webinar will describe this mapping and show examples of artifacts that can be created using FEA/FSAM in concert with TOGAF.
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Once government Enterprise Architects accurately describe the business architecture of their agency, they then proceed to describe the technical architecture: namely the sum of the applications, data, and technology (infrastructure) architectures. US Federal Enterprise Architectural guidance, including that found in FEA and FSAM, offers high-level advice on methodology for describing technical architectures. TOGAF 9 offers highly detailed process guidance which maps closely to FEA/FSAM. The webinar will describe this mapping and show examples of artifacts that can be created using FEA/FSAM in concert with TOGAF.

Panelists will present case studies.

Participants will learn:

  • How the technical architecture (applications, data, and technology) depend on an understanding of the business architecture of an agency
  • How the detailed guidance of TOGAF 9 maps to FEA, FSAM, and other US civilian Enterprise Architecture guidance for describing technical architectures
  • What TOGAF artifacts (catalogs, matrices, and diagrams) can be useful in describing technical architectures

Panelists:

  • John Polgreen, PhD, Chief Architect, Architecting the Enterprise
  • Judith Jones, Architecting the Enterprise
  • David Epperly, Avolution
  • Ed Harrington, Architecting the Enterprise
  • Rafal Jablonka, Architecting the Enterprise
  • Greg Lettow, ComponentWave
  • Jim Odrowski, ComponentWave

 

Additional Information

Additional Information

Reference D013
Published 24 Jan 2011
Duration 1 hour 21 minutes
Type Webinars
Subject TOGAF
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