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Introduction to Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF 9.1

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Santos Pardos nos dará una visión general a TOGAF. Durante 2 horas, Santos nos introducirá al mundo de The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), ese marco de trabajo de Arquitectura Empresarial que muchos escuchamos hablar. Nos contará el enfoque propuesto para el diseño, planificación, implementación y gobierno de una arquitectura empresarial de información. También repasará, a alto nivel, cuatro niveles o dimensiones: Arquitectura de Negocios Arquitectura de Aplicaciones Arquitectura Tecnológica Arquitectura de Dat

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Introduction to Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF 9.1

  1. 1. Introduction to Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF 9.1
  2. 2. Introduction to EntrepriseArchitecture And Enterprise Architecture with TOGAF 9.1
  3. 3. Who am I?
  4. 4. Índice
  5. 5. The Need for Enterprise Architecture. Architecture Has Always Been Around Us…
  6. 6. 6 In fact, thousands of years of history suggests that the only known strategy for addressing complexity and change is architecture.
  7. 7. Example Zero Architecture
  8. 8. Or, In Terms of Your Organization’s Systems Download file Download file Download file Screen scrape Screen scrape Browser HTTP/XML Transaction file Transaction file Transaction file Transaction file Message queue Message queue Message queue FTP Sockets E-mail Message XML/HTTP Gateway RPC CICS gateway APPC SMTP CICS gateway ORB Applications From Mergers and Acquisitions Legacy Applications Purchased Packages Applications in Trading Partners E-Marketplaces End-User Development Autonomous Divisions Outsourced and ASP Applications
  9. 9. The Car Analogy © www.EnterpriseArchitects.com
  10. 10. Enterprise. Architecture • An Architecture is the fundamental organization of something, embodied in: – its components, – their relationships to each other and the environment, – and the principles governing its design and evolution
  11. 11. Enterprise Architecture
  12. 12. Why Enterprise Architecture?
  13. 13. The Benefits
  14. 14. The Why in a Design…
  15. 15. In a Nutshell… Enterprise Architecture = Strategy + Business + Technology EA = S + B + T (Scott A. Bernard. EA3)
  16. 16. In a Nutshell… Enteprise Architecture means better business, pure and simple
  17. 17. Why Business and EA? (© www.EnterpriseArchitects.com)
  18. 18. Why Business and EA?
  19. 19. What is a Capability? (© www.EnterpriseArchitects.com) Tecnology Process People Capability
  20. 20. Why Business and EA? (© www.EnterpriseArchitects.com)
  21. 21. From Strategy to Execution
  22. 22. Architecture Domains
  23. 23. TOGAF 24 How do we manage EA? How do we map all necessary information? How do we build on industry-practice models? How do we apply the ADM? How can we maximize recycling of existing architectures? How do we design our EA?
  24. 24. Zachman 25 DATA Implementation DATA What FUNCTION How NETWORK Where e.g. Data Definition Entity = Field Rel. = Address e.g., Physical Data Model Entity = Tables/Segments/etc. Rel. = Key/Pointer/etc. e.g., Logical Data Model Entity = Data Entity Rel. = Data Relationship e.g., Semantic Model Entity = Business Entity Rel. = Business Relationship List of Things - Important to the Business Entity = Class of Business Thing List of Processes - the Business Performs Function = Class of Business Process e.g., Application Architecture Process.= Application Function I/O = User Views e.g., System Design Process= Computer Function I/O =Data Elements/Sets e.g. Program Process= Language Statement I/O = Control Block FUNCTION Implementation e.g., Business Process Model Process = Business Process I/O = Business Resources List of Locations - in which the Business Operates Node = Hardware/System Software Link = Line Specifications e.g. Network Architecture Node = Addresses Link = Protocols NETWORK Implementation MOTIVATION Why PEOPLE Who e.g. Rule Specification End = Sub-condition Means = Step End = Condition Means = Action List of Business Goals and Strategies List of Events - Significant to the Business Time = Execute Cycle = Component Cycle e.g. Timing Definition Time = Interrupt Cycle = Machine Cycle SCHEDULE Implementation List of Organizations - Important to the Business People = User Work = Screen/Device Format e.g. Security Architecture People = Identity Work = Job ORGANIZATION Implementation STRATEGY Implementation SCOPE Planner SYSTEM MODEL Designer TECHNOLOGY CONSTRAINED MODEL Builder DETAILED REPRESEN- TATIONS Subcontractor ENTERPRISE MODEL Owner contextual conceptual logical physical out-of-context FUNCTIONING ENTERPRISE perspectives abstractions Node = Major Business Location e.g., Logistics Network Node = Business Location Link = Business Linkage e.g., Distributed System Architecture Node = IS Function Link = Line Characteristics e.g., Technical Architecture e.g., Rule Design e.g., Business Rule Model End = Structural Assertion Means =Action Assertion End = Business Objective Means = Business Strategy Ends/Means=Major Business Goal/Critical Success Factor Time = Major Business Event e.g., Processing Structure Time = System Event Cycle = Processing Cycle e.g., Control Structure e.g., Master Schedule Time = Business Event Cycle = Business Cycle People = Class of People and Major Organizations e.g., Work Flow Model People = Organization Unit Work = Work Product e.g., Human Interface Architecture People = Role Work = Deliverable e.g., Presentation Architecture e.g., Business Plan
  26. 26. And, the Winner Is…
  27. 27. TOGAF: A Cook Book
  28. 28. What is TOGAF®? • Everyone speaks the same language • The most prominent and useful EA standard • Combine industry best practices and with your organizations • Avoid being locked into proprietary methods • Saves time and money • Proven, tested, and effective • Utilize resources more effectively • Demonstrates ROI • Reliable • Benchmark
  29. 29. TOGAF Evolution TOGAF first published TOGAF 8.1.1 The Interoperable Enterprise Business Scenario first published 1990 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 2000 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 2010 11 12 13 14 2015 TOGAF 7 – Technical Edition TOGAF 9 – Enterprise Edition TOGAF® 9.1 – Technical Corrigendum TOGAF 8 – Enterprise Edition First TOGAF Certification Program Launched Customer members demand architecture standards Customer members select TAFIM as preferred starting point DoD Information System Agency (DISA) donate TAFIM as base YEAR ‘93 ‘94 ‘96 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘06 ‘09 ‘11
  30. 30. TOGAF Features
  31. 31. What’s in It?
  32. 32. Core Concepts: ADM Requirements Management — Examination of the process of managing architecture requirements. Requirements Management Phase A — Definition of scope, identification of stakeholders, creation of architecture vision. A. Architecture Vision Phase B — Development of business architecture. B. Business Architecture Phase C — Development of data and application architectures. C. Information Systems Architectures Phase E — Implementation planning, identification of delivery vehicle. E. Opportunities and Solutions Phase G — Oversight of the implementation. G. Implementation Governance Phase H — Management of architecture change, establishment of procedures for managing change. H. Architecture Change Management Phase D — Development of technology architecture. D. Technology Architecture Phase F — Definition of implementation and migration plan. F. Migration Planning Preliminary Phase — Preparation and initiation activities, definition of enterprise-specific architecture framework, architecture principles. Preliminary Source: TOGAF® Version 9.1, The Open Group, 2011
  33. 33. TOGAF ADM 34
  34. 34. ADM Guidelines and Techniques Guidelines for Adapting the ADM Process  Ways to apply iteration to the ADM,  Applying the ADM at different levels of the enterprise,  Security considerations for the different phases and  Supporting SOA Techniques for Architecture Development  Architecture Principles,  Stakeholder Management,  Architecture Patterns,  Business Scenarios,  Gap Analysis,  Migration Planning Techniques  Interoperability Requirements,  Business Transformation Readiness Assessment,  Risk Management,  Capability-Based Planning
  35. 35. Architecture Content Framework
  36. 36. Architecture Content Framework
  37. 37. TRM and III-RM Technical Reference Model Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
  38. 38. TOGAF Enterprise Continuum
  39. 39. TOGAF Enterprise Continuum
  40. 40. TOGAF Enterprise Repository
  41. 41. Architecture Capability Framework
  42. 42. How Does EA Relate to Mayor IT Frameworks?
  43. 43. How Does EA Relate to Mayor IT Frameworks? Business Planning Enterprise Architecture Solution Development Operations Management Portfolio/Project Management Architectural Governance Project Management Governance Delivers Capability Planning Business Direction Architectural Direction Resources Runs the Enterprise Structured Direction Delivers Source: TOGAF® Version 9.1, The Open Group, 2011
  44. 44. How Does EA Relate to Mayor IT Frameworks? COBIT PMP PRINCE2 TOGAF ITIL Governance structure Project management Project briefs IT strategy, configuration items Architecture principles and models
  45. 45. Process Chain and Frameworks (© www.bizzdesign.com)
  46. 46. TOGAF and eTOM
  47. 47. TOGAF and BIAN
  48. 48. EA and ITIL
  49. 49. EA and PRINCE2
  50. 50. EA and COBIT
  51. 51. IASA y The Open Group
  52. 52. TOGAF in Spain. Examples
  53. 53. TOGAF in The World.
  54. 54. TOGAF Skills Are Demanded. (Jobs)
  55. 55. EA and The University.
  56. 56. EA and The University.
  57. 57. Who Needs Training? 58 Enterprise Architect Solution Architect ERP/SAP Architect Data Architect Technical Architect Governance Engineer EA/ Governance Consultant Business Analyst Business information Manager Project & Program Manager
  58. 58. 59 The TOGAF® Momentum
  59. 59. TOGAF® 9.1 Portfolio 60 Foundation Classroom Foundation Exam Know TOGAF 60 Minutes Ensures knowledge and understanding of the terminology, basic concepts and the core principles of TOGAF. Practitioner Focuses on implementation, enabling professionals to analyze and apply knowledge of TOGAF. Classroom Certified Exam Apply TOGAF 90 Minutes Know TOGAF
  60. 60. IASA and TOGAF® 61
  61. 61. ¿Preguntas? y Respuestas…
  62. 62. http://www.iasaglobal.org/iasa/Spain_Chapter.asp