The Open Group Library

Generic Guidance & Techniques

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  1. An Introduction to Boundaryless Information Flow™

    The primary purpose of this document is to set the context for a work item to identify and track open standards activity related to Boundaryless Information Flow which is the subject of a separate document 'Open Standards in the Field of Boundaryless Information Flow, Business Process, and Web Services' (Doc No W202).
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  2. Open Standards in the Field of Boundaryless Information Flow™

    The primary purpose of this document is to identify and track open standards activity. Relevant standards are grouped according to an architectural framework using a technical reference model related to TOGAF®. Key standards initiatives include ebXML, UDDI, WSDL, and SOAP.
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  3. Boundaryless Information Flow™ Reference Architecture

    Six Example Boundaryless Business Models
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  4. Approaches to Boundaryless Information Flow™ Architecture

    This document is a report from The Open Group Washington Conference by the Boundaryless Information Flow Reference Architecture Initiative. This Report reviews the papers and presentations that were submitted in response to a Call for Papers.
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  5. TOGAF® ADM and MDA

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

    This White Paper, written and published in association with Object Management Group, Inc., describes the TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) and the OMG Model Driven Architecture (MDA).

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  6. TOGAF®/MDA Mapping

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

    This White Paper provides a mapping between two sets of industry standards – the TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) for Enterprise Architecture, developed by The Open Group Architecture Forum; and the OMG Model Driven Architecture (MDA) family of modeling standards.

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  7. TOGAF® and ITIL

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

    This White Paper considers how the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) and the TOGAF standard can be used together, with a detailed comparison and mapping between the two.

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  8. TOGAF® ADM/MDA Synergy Project:

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

    This White Paper discusses the role of Torpedo Enterprise Advanced Modeling and Simulation (TEAMS) in the TOGAF ADM/MDA Synergy Project, which is demonstrating the viability of using OMG specifications to describe The Open Group standards.

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  9. TOGAF® and COBIT (Part I)

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

    This document provides a detailed mapping of the TOGAF 8.1 standard with COBIT 4.0 by the IT Governance Institute (ITGI).

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  10. TOGAF® and COBIT (Part II)

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

    This document is Part II of a White Paper which provides a detailed mapping of the TOGAF 8.1 standard with COBIT 4.0 by the IT Governance Institute (ITGI).

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