BK-Consultancy generally endorses the enterprise architectural model, labeled: TOGAF (Version 9) ADM Guide-Through Process

If the first thing that comes to mind when you think ‘architecture’ is some form of structural design, then you’re already well on your way to understanding the concept of enterprise architecture.
Although often geared specifically toward the creation of a technological infrastructure that will support the successful execution of a company’s strategies, EA can be simultaneously defined as:
●A conceptual blueprint (or map) that describes an organization’s structure and operations ●A strategic plan for aligning business operations with a company’s IT infrastructure ●A process for organizing and standardizing infrastructure overall so it aligns with company goals

Gartner has defined EA as a discipline for “proactively and holistically leading enterprise responses to disruptive forces by identifying and analyzing the execution of change toward desired business vision and outcomes.”

TOGAF 9 Components and Concept

Below Visio drawings are examples of various EA processes. Check the boxes to explore.

Jenkins Server on Azure

On-prem AD domains with Azure AD

Dev-Test deployment for PaaS

Click image below to watch example of the Service Orientated Architecture: Dymos Tracking & Tracing

What is enterprise architecture? An introductory guide

Breaking down the enterprise architecture framework

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