Designing Enterprise Architecture Frameworks

Book Description

This book gathers together a critical body of knowledge on what (EA) is and how it can be used to better organize the of systems across an for an effective -IT alignment. The chapters provide a solid foundation for a cross-disciplinary professional practice.

Table of Contents

Part I: Setting the Stage
Chapter 1: Comprehensive Measurement for Enterprise Architectures
Chapter 2: Evaluation of ARIS and Zachman Frameworks as Enterprise Architectures
Chapter 3: An Integrated Enterprise Architecture Framework for Business-IT Alignment
Chapter 4: Enterprise Architecture: New Business Value Perspectives

Part II: Open Issues and Novel Ideas
Chapter 5: Pattern-Oriented Approach for Enterprise Architecture: TOGAF Framework
Chapter 6: A New Content Framework and Metamodel for Enterprise Architecture and is Strategic Planning
Chapter 7: Agent-Oriented Enterprise Architecture: New Approach for Enterprise Architecture
Chapter 8: ADaPPT: Enterprise Architecture Thinking for Information Systems Development
Chapter 9: A New Method of Evaluation for Enterprise Architecture Using Stereotypes
Chapter 10: Six Sigma Driven Enterprise Model Transformation

Part III: Implementations
Chapter 11: Evaluating and Refining the "Enterprise Architecture as Strategy" Approach and Artifacts
Chapter 12: An Enterprise Architecture Methodology for Business-IT Alignment: Adopter and Developer Perspectives
Chapter 13: Enterprise Architecture Ontology for Supply Chain Maintenance and Restoration of the Sikorsky’s UH-60 Helicopter
Chapter 14: An Enterprise Architecture Framework for Mobile Commerce
Chapter 15: EA-MDA Model to Resolve IS Characteristic Problems in Educational Institutions

Book Details

  • Title: Designing Enterprise Architecture Frameworks
  • Author:
  • Length: 360 pages
  • Edition: 1
  • Language: English
  • Publisher:
  • Publication Date: 2014-02-10
  • ISBN-10: 1771880074
  • ISBN-13: 9781771880077