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subrato kundu

Technology Architecture and (previous blog) Application Architecture are closely interwined.A key process is the creation of a broad architectural model of the Target system ,conceptualization of building blocks,architectural building blocks that describe the functionality and

In the context of Application Architecture  (after previously covering DATA Architecture )using standard TOGAF was very helpful specific to certain steps such as Select Reference Models, Viewpoints, and Tools Review and Validate set of application

Moving on from Buisness Architecture to Information Systems Architectures focuses on identifying and defining the applications  and data that support the enterprise’s business  architecture for e.g defining views that relate to information,knowledge ,and application services. As

Previous Blog illustrated the architecture vision.  Moving on to Business Architecturein the context of Order and buy unit we used Use case Models and Activity Models (as shown below) that describes the business processes of an enterprise in terms

In the context of Architecture vision after Preliminary Phase   we need to formulate the  SMART(Specific,Measurable,Actionable,Realistic, Timebound)objectives so it is essential  to frame the  problem as follows “Currently multiple applications running on different platforms catering

This is  continuation of previous blog in the context of conducting preliminary phase of TOGAF is to meet  the objectives of preliminary phase  which are  as follows: Review organization context for conducting enterprise Architecture To

This series of blogs is totally dedicated to usage of TOGAF in REAL Time Scenario.The intention keeping so many blogs for TOGAF is to emphasize on each focus area as well to bring out outputs for

In the context of previous three blogs http://weblogs.sdn.sap.com/cs/junior/view/wlg/22804-Release Management in SAP –A structured Approach -Part1http://weblogs.sdn.sap.com/cs/junior/view/wlg/22805-Release Management in SAP –A structured Approach -Part2http://weblogs.sdn.sap.com/cs/junior/view/wlg/22814-Release Management in SAP –A structured Approach -Part3,this is a conclusive blog focussed on

In the continuation of previous blogs http://weblogs.sdn.sap.com/cs/junior/view/wlg/22804 Release Management in SAP –A structured Approach Part1 & http://weblogs.sdn.sap.com/cs/junior/view/wlg/22805 Release Management in SAP –A structured Approach -Part2. The scope of Release Management covers anything that is to

In the continuation of previous blog http://weblogs.sdn.sap.com/cs/junior/view/wlg/22804 Release Management in SAP –A structured Approach -Part1The Change and Release classifications and definitions (mentioned below) as well criteria cover scope of Release Management and also any change applied