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Roadmaps! Frameworks! Architectures! Oh my! Roadmaps! Frameworks! Architectures! Oh my!  As the NetWeaver platform expands SAP’s offering, I’m compelled to think about what preceeds implementation … the architectural framework, it’s methods, and how it applies (or at least to me) in the real world.  So it’s here that I bring myself to consider methodologies like the RUP, TOGAF, Zachmann, and others.  In the next few entries, I’ll discuss  – one of the methodologies above – provide an overview – what they tout (value proposition) – my personal insights, and – my experiences with it  if I’m lucky, I’ll add tidbits of information I find from other sources as well.  (wish me luck!)
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  1. Daniel Graversen
    Hi,
    It sounds like a very interesting series of blogs.

    Can you point to any literature on the subject of SAP’s ESA. I do have the Enterprise SOA book, both are there any articles on the topic.

    Good luck.
    /daniel

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    1. Anonymous
      thank you for your message, daniel

      there are a few places to start:

      1) Enterprise Services Architecture (ESA) Adoption Program (https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/developerareas/esa?rid=/webcontent/uuid/3831b280-0501-0010-5098-ed6a2bad8a90)
      SDN > Enterprise SOA > Enterprise Services Architecture (ESA) Adoption Program

      2) SDN > Enterprise SOA > Standards and Enterprise SOA (https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/developerareas/esa/standards)

      3) Web Services for Platform-Independent, Standards-Based Information Sharing (https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/806fcf90-0201-0010-ddbb-cb89a7f65f7d) this is a downloadable article

      i also visit the adoption program forums as well.

      hope this helps

      – tery

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