The Enterprise Architecture Framework describes how an Enterprise Architecture, consisting of real information, people, applications, business processes, technology and infrastructure, can be modelled in its entirety.
The Enterprise Architecture Framework is simply a means of structuring and classifying architecture models and views.
Given the potentially large number of different models required for document an Enterprise Architecture, there is a risk of repetition or oversight, and potentially difficulty in finding a specific model.

The Enterprise Architecture Framework makes it easier to understand what architecture work has been completed because it imposes a common structure to the architecture deliverables.

Dimensions of the EA Framework
Describes the multi-dimensional nature of the EA Framework

Enterprise Architecture Domains
Describes the different Enterprise Architecture Domains.

Levels of Concern
Describes the different layers of Enterprise Architecture models, views from the viewpoint of different stakeholders.

Views on the Enterprise Architecture
Tailored cross domain views on the Enterprise Architecture Blueprint for various stakeholders.

2 Responses to “Enterprise Architecture Framework”

  1. For a pragmtic framework which is concise to the point and contains everything you need Check out

  2. Nic Plum Says:

    It’s one thing having a framework or a process to develop one (e.g. TOGAF) but without a metamodel can you ever hope to constrain diversity, improve consistency and maximise the odds of exchange of ADs/models with others?

    Biassed of course – have just released an EA framework – TRAK – as open source based on MODAF 1.2. See (and 3 other parts on SF). Now sponsored/adopted by the UK department of Transport as part of a major systems engineering push.

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