Types of enterprise architecture framework

  • Home
  • News
  • Types of enterprise architecture framework

Nowadays there are now countless EA frameworks, many more than in the following listing.

Consortia-developed frameworks

  • ARCON – A Reference Architecture for Collaborative Networks – not focused on a single enterprise but rather on networks of enterprises.
  • The Cloud Security Alliance (Trusted Cloud Initiative) TCI reference architectue.
  • Generalised Enterprise Reference Architecture and Methodology (GERAM)
  • RM-ODP – the Reference Model of Open Distributed Processing (ITU-T Rec. X.901-X.904 | ISO/IEC 10746) defines an enterprise architecture framework for structuring the specifications of open distributed systems.
  • IDEAS Group – a four-nation effort to develop a common ontology for architecture interoperability
  • ISO 19439 Framework for enterprise modelling
  • TOGAF – The Open Group Architecture Framework – a widely used framework including an architectural Development Method and standards for describing various types of architecture.

Defense industry frameworks

  • AGATE – the France DGA Architecture Framework
  • DNDAF – the DND/CF Architecture Framework (CAN)
  • DoDAF – the US Department of Defense Architecture Framework
  • MODAF – the UK Ministry of Defence Architecture Framework
  • NAF – the NATO Architecture Framework

Government frameworks

Open-source frameworks

Enterprise architecture frameworks that are released as open source:

  • MEGAF is an infrastructure for realizing architecture frameworks that conform to the definition of architecture framework provided in ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010.
  • Praxeme, an open enterprise methodology, contains an enterprise architecture framework called the Enterprise System Topology (EST)
  • TRAK – a general systems-oriented framework based on MODAF 1.2 and released under GPL/GFDL.
  • Sherwood Applied Business Security Architecture (SABSA) is an open framework and methodology for Enterprise Security Architecture and Service Management, that is risk based and focuses on integrating security into business and IT management.

Proprietary frameworks

  • ASSIMPLER Framework – an architecture framework, based on the work of Mandar Vanarse at Wipro in 2002
  • Avancier Methods (AM) Processes and documentation advice for enterprise and solution architects, supported by training and certification.
  • BRM (Build-Run-Manage) Framework – an architecture framework created by Sanjeev “Sunny” Mishra during his early days at IBM in 2000.
  • Capgemini Integrated Architecture Framework (IAF) – from Capgemini company in 1993
  • Dragon1 – An open Visual Enterprise Architecture Method recently recognized by The Open Group as Architecture Framework
  • DYA framework developed by Sogeti since 2004.
  • Dynamic Enterprise Enterprise architecture concept based on Web 2.0 technology
  • Extended Enterprise Architecture Framework – from Institute For Enterprise Architecture Developments in 2003
  • EACOE Framework – an Enterprise Architecture framework, as an elaboration of the work of John Zachman
  • IBM Information FrameWork (IFW) – conceived by Roger Evernden in 1996
  • Infomet – conceived by Pieter Viljoen in 1990
  • Labnaf  – Unified Framework for Driving Enterprise Transformations
  • Pragmatic Enterprise Architecture Framework (PEAF) – part of Pragmatic Family of Frameworks developed by Kevin Lee Smith, Pragmatic EA, from 2008
  • Purdue Enterprise Reference Architecture developed by Theodore J. Williams at the Purdue University early 1990s.
  • SAP Enterprise Architecture Framework
  • Service-oriented modeling framework (SOMF), based on the work of Michael Bell
  • Solution Architecting Mechanism (SAM) – A coherent architecture framework consisting of a set of integral modules.
  • Zachman Framework – an architecture framework, based on the work of John Zachman at IBM in the 1980s

 

Source: Wikipedia

0
    0
    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop