Aligning enterprise, system, and software architectures by Ivan Mistrík; IGI Global.; et al

By Ivan Mistrík; IGI Global.; et al

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The existing classifications don’t relate easily to each other (for example it’s not clear where IBM’s Infrastructure Architecture would fit in CAP Gemini’s classifications). There do not appear to be clear principles to allow a new architectural job to be mapped to the roles within the classification systems and so it is not clear how to classify responsibilities as belonging to specific roles. For example, Infrastructure and Operations architecture in IBM’s classification and Enterprise Architecture and Information Architecture in IASA’s classification appear to have a strong relationship between them, if not a direct overlap in the concerns that they address.

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From these studies, a number of challenges have emerged: • • Clements has argued that it is useful to have some ambiguities of different kinds of architecture. This concept is further explored by Woods and Rozanski in which the roles of architects might be a focal point. An architect must determine the extent, in terms of system scope as well as the problem-solution domain, to which his/her role lies. Making an appropriate situateddecision given the ambiguity of architecture boundaries requires a sound judgment.

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