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Lecture Notes in Informatics


Enterprise Modelling and Information Systems Architectures Concepts and Applications Proceedings of the 2nd Int'l Workshop EMISA 2007, St.Goar, Germany October 8 - 9, 2007 P-119, 9-22 (2007).

Gesellschaft für Informatik, Bonn
2007


Editors

Manfred Reichert (ed.), Stefan Strecker (ed.), Klaus Turowski (ed.)


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Contents

A federated approach to enterprise architecture model maintenance

Ronny Fischer , Stephan Aier and Robert Winter

Abstract


Enterprise architecture is gaining acceptance as an approach to manage change and foster IT/business alignment by (1) propagating strategy and process changes to the software and infrastructure level, by (2) supporting consistent business transformation enabled by technology innovations, and by (3) decoupling business-oriented and technology-oriented architectures. Due to constant change in business as well as in technology, enterprise architecture management is a permanent process rather than a one-time effort. To keep enterprise architecture models up-to-date, a well-engineered maintenance concept including processes, roles and schedules is needed. This paper discusses the shortcomings of existing approaches to enterprise architecture model maintenance, proposes a federated approach, and reports on its implementation at a large financial service provider.


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