Practical Model-Driven Enterprise Architecture

Design a mature enterprise architecture repository using Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect and ArchiMate® 3.1

; Joe Williams

Enterprise architects will find this book useful to create valuable, TOGAF®-based artifacts for different stakeholders. This book fills the gap between theory and reality by providing references and examples that can be customized to fit the different needs of different organizations. Les mer
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Enterprise architects will find this book useful to create valuable, TOGAF®-based artifacts for different stakeholders. This book fills the gap between theory and reality by providing references and examples that can be customized to fit the different needs of different organizations.
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Forlag: Packt Publishing Limited
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781801076166
Format: 9 x 8 cm
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Mudar Bahri is an enterprise architect with long, progressive experience in implementing The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) in large and midsized organizations. He is an independent enterprise architecture mentor and consultant and helps architects to build and develop practical Enterprise Architecture (EA) skills that can provide decision-makers with useful artifacts. He is a certified TOGAF 9.1 Enterprise Architect with experience in other EA frameworks and project management methodologies. He has used TOGAF for developing digital transformation strategies, cloud migration plans, solution architectures, and proposals. He believes that enterprise architecture is meant to bridge gaps, not to create new ones, so it has to be simple, practical, and serve everyone.
Joe Williams has over 40 years of experience in software engineering and architecture on many platforms and spanning several business domains, including retail, banking, health insurance, telecommunications, environment monitoring, and government systems. He holds a BS degree in information systems from the University of San Francisco and is a TOGAF 9.1 certified practitioner. Joe preaches the practice of modeling every chance he gets. He is an expert in the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and has helped establish architecture practices at several organizations. He has been modeling solutions using Sparx Systems' Enterprise Architect since 2007 and other modeling tools since 1995. He is currently retired and living in northern California.