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How to use the TOGAF standard

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  1. Non-Functional Requirements (NFR) Framework

    This White Paper focuses on Non-Functional Requirements (NFR) for IT and IT-enabled business services and proposes the creation of enterprise architecture artifacts specifically addressing NFR. It describes an NFR lifecycle and framework.
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  2. Making the Business Case in TOGAF® 9

    The content of this publication is historical, based on a previous version of the TOGAF® standard.

    This White Paper proposes a set of changes to the TOGAF 9 standard to ensure that deliverables produced in Phase A are consistently reviewed and refined across the ADM.

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  3. Governance in IT and Architecture

    The purpose of this White Paper is to propose a set of changes to TOGAF 9 to include additional best practices, based on the latest industry experiences and insights as applied in governance of the IT domain.
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  4. Supporting Requirements Management in TOGAF® and ArchiMate®

    The content of this publication is historical, based on a previous version of the standard.

    This White Paper discusses methodology and language support for requirements management in the TOGAF framework.

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  5. World-Class EA: Framework Guidance & TOGAF® 9 Example

    This is the second part of a White Paper on adoption of world-class enterprise architecture.
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  6. Motivation, Principles, and Requirements in TOGAF®

    ArchiMate® Extension for Modeling and Managing Motivation, Principles, and Requirements in TOGAF®
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  7. TOGAF®, an Open Group Standard, and Enterprise Architecture Requirements

    In this paper, we are separating the notion of requirements into two perspectives. For each perspective we have defined roles, responsibilities, and how requirements are elicited, analyzed, communicated, and tested.
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  8. IT Architecture and Design Patterns/Assets: An Initial Assessment

    This White Paper builds on the material on Architecture patterns introduced in Chapter 25 of the TOGAF® 9.1 standard.
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  9. World-Class EA: A Leaders Approach to Establishing and Evolving an EA Capability

    Superseded by G184

    This White Paper puts forward current thinking on establishing an Enterprise Architecture (EA) Capability that aligns to a set of requirements and expectations specific to each Enterprise.

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  10. Architecture Project Management: How to Manage an Architecture Project using the TOGAF® Framework and Mainstream Project Management Methods

    Superseded by G188

    This White Paper explains how the TOGAF® Architecture Development Method (ADM) can be supplemented with de facto methods and standards such as PRINCE2® or PMBOK® to strengthen Project Management and improve the probability of success for Architecture Projects.

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