This is the third and final blog posting of a three-part series discussing how to implement Service-Oriented Architecture through TOGAF® 9.1.
This is the second blog posting of a three-part series discussing how to implement Services-Oriented Architecture through TOGAF® 9.1.
This is the first blog in a three-part series discussing the implementation of a Service-Oriented Architecture initiative through TOGAF(R) 9.1
Totaling 446 tweets, yesterday’s 2013 Security Priorities Tweet Jam (#ogChat) saw a lively discussion on the future of security in 2013 and became our most successful tweet jam to date. In case you missed the conversation, here’s a recap of yesterday’s #ogChat!
These days, organizations are rarely self-contained. The challenge here is how to manage the dependencies your operations have on factors that are outside your control. The Open Group’s Dependency Modeling (O-DM) standard specifies how to construct a dependency model to manage risk and build trust over organizational dependencies between enterprises – and between operational divisions within a large organization.
This is the final installment of a three-part series that discusses how our vocabulary affects the way we conceptualize Enterprise Architecture, Business Architecture and their relationship. To close, The Open Group’s Leonard Fehskens will consider the implications of a more inclusive concept of enterprise on the future of Enterprise Architecture.