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TOGAF - ADM - Snapshot

Here is a snapshot of TOGAF - ADM Phases ·          Preliminary Phase o    Defining the Enterprise o    Identifying key drivers and elements in the organizational context o    Defining the requirements for architecture work o    Defining the architecture principles that will inform any architecture work o    Defining the framework to be used o    Defining the relationships between management frameworks o    Evaluating the enterprise architecture’s maturity ·          Phase A – Architecture Vision o    It starts with a ‘Request for Architecture Work’ from sponsoring organization to architecture organization o    Key activities : Architecture Vision & Business Scenarios o    Development of Business Scenarios o    Define scope and Validate business principles, goals & drivers and establish EA KPIs o    Stakeholder Analysis should be used to identify key players. o    Identification of Business Transformation Risks ·          Phase B – Business Architecture o    To develop bu

Web to Mobile #1

Some of the highlights of the Gartner’s 2010 “End User Predictions” report: By 2014, more than three billion of the world’s adult population will be able to transact electronically via mobile and Internet technology. By 2015, context will be as influential to mobile consumer services and relationships as search engines are to the Web. By 2013, mobile phones will overtake PCs as the most common Web access device worldwide. These highlights indicate how important it is for every Enterprise to have a strategy in place for enabling their enterprise / consumer facing applications on the mobile devices. Even though there is a debate going on whether Native Mobile apps or mobile web apps are best, Enterprises cannot ignore the path in which existing applications should be web enabled, as it ensures a wider reach. Any initiative on mobile enabling web applications will revolve around 2 key concepts: Markups Style sheets Both of these ensure an optimize