Category Archives: TOGAF

5 Best Practices to Achieve Enterprise Architecture Agility

The concept of ‘agility’ has permeated almost every inch of the enterprise. It’s not hard to see why either. The promise of faster time to markets, better management of change and disruption, and leaner, more efficient operations is clearly an appealing. Enterprise Architecture (EA) is no exception to the rule. It might have been, for … Continue reading 5 Best Practices to Achieve Enterprise Architecture Agility

Implementing EA with TOGAF framework and ArchiMate modeling language

The implementation of enterprise architecture means that an organization adopts processes for the development and governance of EA artifacts and deliverables. The discipline of Enterprise Architecture (EA) was developed in the 1980s with a strong focus on the information systems landscape of organizations. Since those days, the scope of the discipline has slowly widened to … Continue reading Implementing EA with TOGAF framework and ArchiMate modeling language

8 Questions That Pop Up In Every Enterprise Architecture Interview

1.What is Zachman Framework ? The Zachman Framework is a framework for Enterprise Architecture developed by IBM in the 1980s. It provides a way of defining an enterprise according to a 6×6 matrix of architecture documentation. The columns of this matrix ask the questions why, how, what, who, where, when. The rows look at these … Continue reading 8 Questions That Pop Up In Every Enterprise Architecture Interview