How should we organize ourselves in order to be successful? An architecture framework is a foundational structure for developing a broad range of architectures and consists of a process and a modeling component. The TOGAF® framework and the ArchiMate® modeling language are two leading and widely adopted standards in this field.
The Open Group Framework for Secure Collaboration Oriented Architectures (O-SCOA) Guide provides system and security architects and designers with a blueprint specifying the requirements for secure design of enterprise architectures that support safe and secure operation, globally, over any unsecured network.
The Open Group SOA Governance Framework is now an International Standard, having passed its six month ratification vote in ISO and IEC. According to Gartner, effective governance is a key success factor for Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) solutions today and in the future.
Read more about a recently published Open Group guide titled “Optimizing ISO/IEC 27001 using O-ISM3” that is relevant to organizations using ISO27001/27002 as their Information Security Management System (ISMS).
Chris Armstrong, president of Armstrong Process Group, discusses how governments in particular are using various frameworks to improve their architectural planning and IT implementations in a podcast with Dana Gardner. Mr. Armstrong will be speaking at The Open Group Conference in Washington, D.C. For more information on the conference, please visit: http://www.opengroup.org/dc2012