Handbook of Enterprise Systems Architecture in Practice, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 159904191X
  • ISBN-13: 9781599041919
  • DDC: 658.403801
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 471 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released September 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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Overview

Enterprise architecture (EA) is the organizing logic for a firm’s core business processes and IT capabilities captured in a set of policies and technical choices. Handbook of Enterprise Systems Architecture in Practice provides a comprehensive and unified reference overview of practical aspects of enterprise architecture. This work includes a complete analysis of EA theory, concepts, strategies, implementation challenges and case studies.

The impact of effective enterprise architecture on IT governance, IT portfolio management, IT risks, and IT outsourcing are described in this authoritative reference tool. Researchers and IT professionals will gain insights into how firms can maximize the business value of IT and increase competitiveness.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Foreword.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
1: Frameworks and Methodologies.
2: A Synergistic Assessment of the Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework Against GERAM (ISO15704:2000).
3: Extreme Architecture Framework: A Minimalist Framework for Modern Times.
4: Discovering and Modelling Enterprise Engineering Project Processes.
5: Enterprise Architecture Framework for Agile and Interoperable Virtual Enterprises.
6: Activity-Based Methodology for Development and Analysis of Integrated DoD Architectures.
7: Business Process Modeling as a Blueprint for Enterprise Architecture.
8: Enterprise Architecture in the Singapore Government.
9: Governance and Management.
10: Understanding and Communicating with Enterprise Architecture Users.
11: Improving Stakeholder Communications and IT Engagement: A Case Study Perspective1.
12: The Role of Change Management in IT Systems Implementation.
13: Managing Enterprise Architecture Change.
14: Transformation and Value Realization.
15: Architecture-Driven Business Transformation.
16: Maturity of IT-Business Alignment: An Assessment Tool.
17: The Integrated Enterprise Life Cycle: Enterprise Architecture, Investment Management, and System Development.
18: Promoting Netcentricity Through the Use of Enterprise Architecture.
19: Implementation and Deployment.
20: Enterprise Architecture as an Enabler for E-Governance: An Indian Perspective.
21: Federated Enterprise Resource Planning Systems.
22: A Network-Based View of Enterprise Architecture.
23: Enterprise Architecture by a Small Unit in a Federated Organization.
24: The Syngenta Architecture Story.
25: The Use of GERAM for Design of a Virtual Enterprise for a Ship Maintenance Consortium.
26: Information Systems Architecture for Business Process Modeling.
27: Technology and Service-Oriented Architecture.
28: Enterprise Architecture Within the Service-Oriented Enterprise.
29: A Fundamental SOA Approach to Rebuilding Enterprise Architecture for a Local Government After a Disaster.
30: Business Networking with Web Services: Supporting the Full Life Cycle of Business Collaborations.
31: Enterprise Integration Architecture for Harmonized Messaging.
About the Authors.
Index.