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Monthly Archives: August 2013
Why are clusters, graphs and other relations so popular in EA? Very common in Enterprise Architecture are relationship based visualizations. This is in contrast to many other management disciplines. Most other management visualizations often come down to some sort of … Continue reading
Just recognized today, that most of my LinkedIn profile viewers are from the USA: Ok, it is LinkedIn, whereas everybody in Germany uses XING, and I still have more contacts at XING than LinkedIn (522:471). Yet interesting to see where … Continue reading
Starting with Enterprise Architecture is like Going Green: You will replace things that are working – but the replacement is better You will change gradually – as interdependencies are HUGE It is a long term commitment – maybe with some … Continue reading
What a long track record – with lots of off-times and a low commit level in the last few years 🙂 iteraplan is such a great EA Tool!
A popular visualization within Enterprise Architecture is the Roadmap or Gantt Chart. Sometimes also called a Masterplan or Timeline. The roadmap diagram presents a timeline showing periods and status information of e.g. applications, projects, servers or business units. Sometimes the … Continue reading
The central drivers for Enterprise Architecture Management are the goals and areas of concern of your stakeholders. Valuable tools for answering stakeholder questions are visualizations and reports. Visualizations allow you to see different information combined in one view, often much quicker … Continue reading