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ArchiMate® 3.0 - Trick or Treat?

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In this presentation Bruno Vandenborre, The Open Group accredited trainer at Real IRM, explores the purpose and utility of the new version of the ArchiMate standard. As well as a look at the updates and changes to the new version, he discusses the various responses and critiques to ArchiMate, and provide insight into how ArchiMate benefits the South African market.

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ArchiMate® 3.0 - Trick or Treat?

  1. 1. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 ArchiMate® 3.0 - Trick or Treat? Bruno Vandenborre EA Forum July 2016
  2. 2. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Contents Page 2 | ■ Introduction ■ Why ArchiMate® 3.0 ? ■ What is new, has changed, or improved? ■ Conclusion Introduction
  3. 3. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 What is ArchiMate®? Page 3 | Introduction ❏ A language with concepts to describe enterprise architectures ❏ A framework to organise these concepts ❏ A graphical notation for these concepts ❏ A vision on visualisations for different stakeholders ❏ An open standard maintained by The Open Group
  4. 4. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Where is ArchiMate® used? Page 4 | Introduction
  5. 5. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 ArchiMate® and TOGAF® Page 5 | Introduction
  6. 6. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Contents Page 6 | ■ Introduction ■ Why ArchiMate® 3.0 ? ■ What is new, has changed, or improved? ■ Conclusion Why ArchiMate® 3.0 ?
  7. 7. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Why ArchiMate® 3.0 ? ❏ There has been an increasing demand for relating EA to business strategy ❏ EA is not only about IT, but also a way of realising the business strategy ❏ There are a lot of innovations that mix IT and the physical world ❏ for example the Internet of Things (IOT) ❏ There is an increased usage of EA in new domains ❏ for example manufacturing, logistics, energy, transport ❏ There were some inconsistencies in ArchiMate® 2.1 ❏ There has been a need to improve the alignment with other standards such as the TOGAF standard Why ArchiMate® 3.0 ?Page 7 |
  8. 8. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Contents Page 8 | ■ Introduction ■ Why ArchiMate® 3.0 ? ■ What is new, has changed, or improved? What is new, has changed, or improved? ■ Conclusion
  9. 9. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 What’s new in ArchiMate® 3.0? Page 9 | What is new, has changed, or improved? ❏ There are now strategy elements ❏ There are now physical elements ❏ Relationships to relationships are now possible ❏ The meaning of grouping has changed ❏ There are new and changed notations ❏ The language is more consistent
  10. 10. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 ArchiMate® 1 The Framework Page 10 |What is new, has changed, or improved?
  11. 11. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 The Framework Page 11 |What is new, has changed, or improved? ArchiMate® 2
  12. 12. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 The Framework Page 12 |What is new, has changed, or improved? ArchiMate® 3
  13. 13. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 The Language Page 13 |What is new, has changed, or improved? Note that these are abstract concepts; they are not intended to be used directly in models. To signify this, they are depicted in white with labels in italics.
  14. 14. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 What’s new in the Motivation aspect? Page 14 |What is new, has changed, or improved? ?
  15. 15. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Archimate® 3.0 - Motivation Metamodel What is new, has changed, or improved?Page 15 |
  16. 16. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Example Page 16 |What is new, has changed, or improved? An outcome represents an end result that has been achieved.
  17. 17. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Example Page 17 |What is new, has changed, or improved? Meaning represents the knowledge or expertise present in, or the interpretation given to, a core element in a particular context. Value represents the relative worth, utility, or importance of a core element or an outcome.
  18. 18. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 The Strategy Layer Page 18 |What is new, has changed, or improved?
  19. 19. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Archimate® 3.0 - Strategy Metamodel What is new, has changed, or improved?Page 19 |
  20. 20. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Example Page 20 |What is new, has changed, or improved? A course of action is an approach or plan for configuring some capabilities and resources of the enterprise, undertaken to achieve a goal (behavior) A resource represents an asset owned or controlled by an individual or organization (structure) A capability represents an ability that an active structure element, such as an organization, person, or system, possesses (behavior)
  21. 21. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Relationships to Core Elements What is new, has changed, or improved? behavior elements can realize capabilities structure elements can realize resources Page 21 |
  22. 22. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 The Physical Layer Page 22 |What is new, has changed, or improved?
  23. 23. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Archimate® 3.0 Physical Layer Metamodel Page 23 | What is new, has changed, or improved?
  24. 24. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Example Equipment represents one or more physical machines, tools, or instruments that can create, use, store, move, or transform materials. A facility represents a physical structure or environment. A distribution network represents a physical network used to transport materials or energy. Material represents tangible physical matter or physical elements. Page 24 | What is new, has changed, or improved?
  25. 25. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Relationship changes assignment used by / serving influence v 2.1 v 3.0 Page 25 | What is new, has changed, or improved?
  26. 26. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Relationships to Relationships Page 26 |What is new, has changed, or improved? associating objects to flows a relationship can be part of a plateau
  27. 27. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Relationship Derivation Rules Derived Structural and Dependency Relationship Derived Flow Relationships Derived Triggering Relationships Page 27 | What is new, has changed, or improved?
  28. 28. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Junctions Page 28 |What is new, has changed, or improved? the or-junction (new) junction is now possible on more relationships, for example the realization relationship
  29. 29. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Grouping Page 29 |What is new, has changed, or improved?
  30. 30. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Location Page 30 | What is new, has changed, or improved?
  31. 31. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Other Improvements and Changes Page 31 |What is new, has changed, or improved? ❏ Some concept definitions were simplified and more aligned across the language and with TOGAF ❏ The consistency of the language was improved. Eg renamed infrastructure x to technology x ❏ Process, interaction and collaboration elements can now be found in all layers ❏ Events can now be found in all layers and also in the Implementation and Migration ❏ No more ‘extensions’ (motivation and implementation & migration are an integral part of the language)
  32. 32. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Notation Changes Page 32 |What is new, has changed, or improved? ★ Business Layer ★ Notational cues: a letter ‘M’, ‘S’, ‘B’, ‘A’, ‘T’, ‘P’, or ‘I’ in the top-left corner of an element ★ Stereotyping X X
  33. 33. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 The Business Layer A product represents a coherent collection of services and/or passive structure elements, accompanied by a contract/set of agreements, which is offered as a whole to (internal or external) customers. Page 33 | What is new, has changed, or improved?
  34. 34. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 The Application Layer An application process represents a sequence of application behaviors that achieves a specific outcome (behavior) - NEW An application event is an application behavior element that denotes a state change (behavior) - NEW Page 34 | What is new, has changed, or improved?
  35. 35. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 The Technology Layer A technology event is a technology behavior element that denotes a state change (behavior) - NEW A technology process represents a sequence of technology behaviors that achieves a specific outcome (behavior) - NEW A technology interaction represents a unit of collective technology behavior performed by (a collaboration of) two or more nodes (behavior) - NEW Page 35 | What is new, has changed, or improved?
  36. 36. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 The Technology Layer A technology collaboration represents an aggregate of two or more nodes that work together to perform collective technology behavior (active structure) - NEW Page 36 | What is new, has changed, or improved?
  37. 37. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Cross-Layer Dependencies Page 37 | What is new, has changed, or improved?
  38. 38. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Implementation & Migration Layer An implementation event is a behavior element that denotes a state change related to implementation or migration - NEW Page 38 | What is new, has changed, or improved?
  39. 39. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Viewpoint changes Page 39 |What is new, has changed, or improved? ❏ The list of viewpoints is no longer part of the standard but is included as an informative appendix. ❏ The description of viewpoints and the viewpoint mechanism has been improved.
  40. 40. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Viewpoint Mechanism A framework for the definition and classification of viewpoints. The framework is based on two dimensions: ★ purpose ★ content. Creating an ArchiMate® viewpoint consists of two steps: 1. Selecting a subset of relevant concepts (elements and relationships) from the ArchiMate® metamodel 2. Defining a representation to depict these concepts Page 40 | What is new, has changed, or improved?
  41. 41. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Contents Page 41 | ■ Introduction ■ Why ArchiMate® 3.0 ? ■ What is new, has changed, or improved? ■ Conclusion Conclusion
  42. 42. © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 © Copyright Real IRM Solutions (Pty) Ltd 2001 - 2016 Conclusion Page 42 |Conclusion ❏ ArchiMate® addresses a need in the market, a need for a common framework and language that can be used to accelerate the fast and accurate development of architectural views. ❏ Year upon year, ArchiMate® is becoming more popular as a language to create enterprise architecture description. We also see this in South Africa, especially in the banking sector. ❏ The introduction of the physical layer will make it easier for other industries, like manufacturing, to adopt ArchiMate®. ❏ Whether ArchiMate® addressed all needs in the best possible way, remains debatable, but as this need grows and redefines itself, I believe ArchiMate® will also grow and redefine itself.

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