1 comment on “ArchiMate 3.0.1”

ArchiMate 3.0.1

The Open Group has just released its 'Technical Corrigendum No. 1' (TC1) for ArchiMate 3.0 from June 2016. TC1. It is a substantial improvement over 3.0 even if it is just a minor version upgrade. Part of the change is…

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15 comments on “How does the API-economy differ from the SOA approach of the past? An ArchiMate answer.”

How does the API-economy differ from the SOA approach of the past? An ArchiMate answer.

These days, there is a lot of talk about the ‘API Economy’: a world filled with systems providing services to other systems using (above all RESTful) services. It would be easy to miss the fact that this isn’t new at…

17 comments on “Who's in Charge? (Layers? What Layers! — 2)”

Who's in Charge? (Layers? What Layers! — 2)

ArchiMate 3, at first glance, looks like a very orthodox IT-oriented enterprise architecture modeling langage. It can show how the business is supported ('service-oriented') by applications which are supported ('service-oriented') by infrastructure. This has been the Core of ArchiMate's view…

2 comments on “An AchiMate 3 Map (Layers? What Layers! — 1)”

An AchiMate 3 Map (Layers? What Layers! — 1)

ArchiMate 3 is setup with 5-6 layers (Strategy, Business, Application, Technology/Physical, Implementation) and 4 aspects: (Passive and Active) Structure, Behaviour and Motivation. Quoting the standard: This looks daunting until you realise that not everything that is called a 'layer' is…