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TOGAF is a framework - a detailed method and a set of supporting tools - for developing an enterprise architecture. It may be used freely by any organization wishing to develop an enterprise architecture for use within that organization (see Conditions of Use). It is developed and maintained by members of The Open Group, working within the Architecture Forum (www.opengroup.org/architecture).

Introduction

TOGAF has been developed through the collaborative efforts of over 300 Architecture Forum member companies from some of the world's leading companies and organizations. Using TOGAF results in enterprise architecture that is consistent, reflects the needs of stakeholders, employs best practice, and gives due consideration both to current requirements and the perceived future needs of the business.

Any organization undertaking, or planning to undertake, the development and implementation of an enterprise architecture for the support of business transformation will benefit from use of TOGAF.

 

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There are seven parts to the TOGAF document:

PART I - Introduction
Introduction to the key concepts of enterprise architecture and the TOGAF approach.

PART II - Architecture Development Method
A description of the TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) - a step-by-step approach to developing an enterprise architecture.

PART III - ADM Guidelines and Techniques
A collection of guidelines and techniques available for use in applying TOGAF and the TOGAF ADM.

PART IV - Architecture Content Framework
The TOGAF content framework, including a structured metamodel for architectural artifacts, the use of re-usable architecture building blocks, and an overview of typical architecture deliverables.

PART V - Enterprise Continuum & Tools
A discussion of appropriate taxonomies and tools to categorize and store the outputs of architecture activity within an enterprise.

PART VI - TOGAF Reference Models
A selection of architectural reference models, which includes the TOGAF Foundation Architecture, and the Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (III-RM).

PART VII - Architecture Capability Framework
The organization, processes, skills, roles, and responsibilities required to establish and operate an architecture function within an enterprise.

TOGAF defines "enterprise" as any collection of organizations that have a common set of goals.

The purpose of enterprise architecture is to optimize processes (both manual and automated) into an integrated environment that is responsive to change and supportive of the delivery of the business strategy.

Effective management and exploitation of information through IT is key to business success, and an indispensable means to achieving competitive advantage. An enterprise architecture addresses this need, by providing a strategic context for the evolution of the IT system in response to the constantly changing needs of the business environment.

A good enterprise architecture enables you to achieve the right balance between IT efficiency and business innovation.

Enterprise architecture review or development is typically initiated through preparation for business transformation or radical infrastructure changes. Key people (stakeholders) identify areas of change required in order for new business goals to be met. The role of the architect is to identify and refine the requirements, demonstrate how the concerns and requirements are going to be addressed and to show how conflicting concerns could be reconciled.

The TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) describes a method for developing and managing the lifecycle of an enterprise architecture, and forms the core of TOGAF. It integrates elements of TOGAF described in this document as well as other available architectural assets, to meet the business and IT needs of an organization.

Key Benefits

Here are the key benefits of the RequirementONE TOGAF Solution.

Pre-defined Templates

Use the pre-defined templates to gather information, record progress and assess capabilities of the organization. Download them from the Solution Store and customize them to make them appropriate for your organization. This reduces the risk of errors and kick starts your TOGAF project

A Single Point of Truth

Each completed document is stored as a series of records which can be updated, commented, controlled and approved individually. Data is accessible to all stakeholders with no version control issues.

Dependency Linking

All links and interfaces can be defined and maintained showing dependencies between various records.

Reporting

Track the progress of your TOGAF project. In-line analytics highlight areas still to be completed, traceability of changes and status of enterprise architecture efforts.

Typical Use Cases

Here is a typical, but not exhaustive, list of roles and associated use cases that would interact with this solution.

Role Use Case
End users
  • Consume the latest enterprise architecture documentation
Project team
  • Import templates
  • Customize and complete the templates to reflect the organization
  • Establish dependency links between relevant records.
  • Maintain the records as the enterprise architecture changes.
Executive
  • Dashboard of enterprise architecture coverage

Templates

These apps and templates are used for the solution.

App Template Description
Planning TOGAF ADM Preliminary Phase A plan used to step through the TOGAF ADM Preliminary phase to describe the preparation and initiation activities required to meet the business directive for a new enterprise architecture, including the definition of an Organization-Specific Architecture framework and the definition of principles.

 

TOGAF ADM Phase A: Architecture Vision A plan used to describe the initial phase of an architecture development cycle. It includes information about defining the scope of the architecture development initiative, identifying the stakeholders, creating the Architecture Vision, and obtaining approval to proceed with the architecture development.

 

TOGAF ADM Phase B: Business Architecture A plan that describes the development of a Business Architecture to support the agreed Architecture Vision

 

TOGAF ADM Phase C: Information Systems Architectures A plan used to describe the development of Information Systems Architectures to support the agreed Architecture Vision.

 

TOGAF ADM Phase D: Technology Architecture A plan used to describe the development of the Technology Architecture to support the agreed Architecture Vision.

 

TOGAF ADM Phase E: Opportunities & Solutions A plan that conducts initial implementation planning and the identification of delivery vehicles for the architecture defined in the previous phases.

 

TOGAF ADM Phase F: Migration Planning A plan that addresses how to move from the Baseline to the Target Architectures by finalizing a detailed Implementation and Migration Plan

 

TOGAF ADM Phase G: Implementation Governance A plan that provides an architectural oversight of the implementation.

 

TOGAF ADM Phase H: Architecture Change Management A plan to establish procedures for managing changes to the new architecture.
TOGAF ADM Architecture Requirements Management A plan that examines the process of managing architecture requirements throughout the ADM

 

Specifications TOGAF ADM Preliminary Phase - Approach A specification which can be used to capture the information needed for the preliminary phase of the TOGAF ADM including stakeholder buy-in, organization specific customization and governance.

GET STARTED:

1) Download the specification from the solution store
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization
3) Add records to each section that answer the questions posed in the section headers.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) If there are people in the organization who need to be informed, but do not have access to RequirementONE, Export the completed document to Word.

 

TOGAF Architecture Board A specification that can be used by the architecture board to record meetings, and capture actions.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store
2) Rename the specification to your corporate standard format, which could be:
[Organization name] Architecture Board Meeting Minutes - [Day] - [Month] - [Year]
3) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization
4) You can copy the records from the previous meeting to use as the minutes.
5) During the meeting, document the outcome by adding records under each section.
6) Circulate for approval
7) Once all updates and actions are complete, mark all sections as approved (Record Status Custom Field), and set up the next meeting from step 1 above.

TOGAF Architecture Compliance Review Checklists A specification that can be used to review architecture compliance.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization
3) Edit the records to each section to answer the questions.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) If there are people in the organization who need to be informed, but do not have access to RequirementONE, Export the completed document to Word.

 

TOGAF Architecture Contracts A specification that can be used to create Architecture Contracts, including Statement of architecture, Architecture Design & Development Partners and Architecting Function and Business Users.

GETTING STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization
3) Add records to each section to complete the contracts.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the contracts directly in RequirementONE or export to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Architecture Definition A specification that can be used to create the Architecture Definition Document which provides a qualitative and quantitative view of the solution which can be used to communicate the intent and measure the criteria to be met during the implementation of the architecture.

GETTING STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization
3) Add records to each section that answer the questions posed in the section headers.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) If there are people in the organization who need to be informed, but do not have access to RequirementONE, Export the completed document to Word.

 

TOGAF Architecture Definition Increments Specification A specification that can be used to define the series of transition architectures.

GETTING STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Architecture Principles A specification containing sample principles that can be modified to reflect architecture principles appropriate to your organization.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section for each architecture principle.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Architecture Requirements Specification A specification that documents what an implementation project must do in order to comply with the architecture.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section for each architecture principle.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Architecture Roadmap A specification that allows creation of the Architecture Roadmap which lists individual work packages that will realize the Target Architecture and lays them out on a timeline to show progression from the Baseline Architecture to the Target Architecture.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done.
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Architecture Skills Framework A specification that can be used to provide an overview of the competency levels required for specific roles.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Architecture Vision A specification that can be used to provide key stakeholders with a formally agreed vision of the target architecture.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Business Scenario A specification that can be used to to derive the characteristics of the architecture directly from the high-level requirements of the business.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Business Transformation Readiness Assessment A specification that can be used to evaluate and quantify an organization's readiness to undergo change.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add or update records in each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Capability Assessment A specification that can be used to understand the baseline and target capability level of the enterprise that is about to embark on a detailed Architecture Definition.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add or update records in each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Change Request A specification that can be used to log change requests in order to amend the architecture definition and requirements.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add change requests, completing all the custom fields.
4) Use filters and classification to organize the work.

 

TOGAF Classification of Stakeholder Positions A specification that can be used to analyze stakeholders

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add a record for each stakeholder, completing all the custom fields.
4) Use classification to get an overview of all stakeholders.

 

TOGAF Communications Plan A specification that can be used to create a Communications Plan which allows for Enterprise architecture information to be shared in a planned and managed process.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add or update records in each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Compliance Assessment A specification that can be used to carry out compliance assessments against active implementation projects.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add or update records in each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Consolidated Gaps, Solutions, & Dependencies Matrix A specification that can be used to create a consolidated gaps, solutions and dependencies matrix which can be used to create projects and migration planning in phases E and F.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Record each gap with its potential solutions and dependencies in a separate record.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use classification to analyze the gaps found.

 

TOGAF Implementation and Migration Plan A specification that can be used to create the Implementation and Migration Plan, which provides a schedule of the projects that will realize the Target Architecture.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Implementation Factor Assessment & Deduction Matrix A specification that can be used to document factors impacting the architecture implementation and migration plan.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add each factor as a new record.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Implementation Governance Model A specification that can be used to plan how the Transition Architecture that implements the architecture will be governed through implementation

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture A specification that can be used to define the correct organization, roles, and responsibilities within the enterprise.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Request for Architecture Work A specification that can be used to request architecture work from the architecture organization.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Residual Risk Assessment A specification to be used for TOGAF Residual Risk Assessment.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Requirements Repository A specification to be used for TOGAF Residual Risk Assessment.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Statement of Architecture Work A specification to be used to create a Statement of Architecture Work which defines the scope and approach that will be used to complete an architecture development cycle.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Tailored Architecture Framework A specification to be used to tailor the TOGAF framework for your organization.

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 

TOGAF Transition Architecture State Evolution Specification A specification that can be used to allows the architect to show the proposed state of the architectures at various levels using the Technical Reference Model (TRM).

GET STARTED:
1) Download the specification from the solution store.
2) Edit the custom fields to reflect your organization.
3) Add records to each section to complete the document.
4) Each new record should be set to draft status using the custom field until it is complete.
5) Use filters to identify work still to be done
6) Share the document directly in RequirementONE or export the completed document to MS Word.

 The graph below gives an overview of the phases where the specification templates are used.

Getting started

Get started in four easy steps:

  1. Tailor TOGAF (ADM Preliminary Phase Plan)
  2. Define the scope of work and prepare plan for rollout (ADM Phase A - F Plan)
  3. Oversee development and implementation (ADM Phase G)
  4. Manage post-implementation change (ADM Phase H)

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TOGAF Get started
ADM Preliminary Phase

Description: A plan used to step through the TOGAF ADM Preliminary phase to describe the preparation and initiation activities required to meet the business directive for a new enterprise architecture, including the definition of an Organization-Specific Architecture framework and the definition of principles.
Download the TOGAF ADM Preliminary Phase plan from the Solution Store, and complete the Approach, Inputs, Steps and Outputs sections according to the instructions.

This plan also uses the following specifications:
  • TOGAF ADM Preliminary Phase - Approach
  • TOGAF Architecture Skills Framework
  • US Department of Commerce (DoC) Architecture Capability Maturity Model (ACMM) - (optional)
  • TOGAF Architecture Principles

 

ADM Phase A: Architecture Vision Download the TOGAF ADM Phase A: Architecture Vision plan from the Solution Store, and complete the Approach, Inputs, Steps and Outputs sections according to the instructions.

This plan also uses the following specifications:
  • TOGAF Classification of Stakeholder Positions
  • TOGAF Statement of Architecture work
  • TOGAF Architecture Vision
  • TOGAF Communications Plan
  • TOGAF Capability Assessment
  • TOGAF Business Transformation Readiness Assessment
  • TOGAF Architecture Principles
  • TOGAF Tailored Architecture Framework
  • TOGAF Residual Risk Assessment

 

ADM Phase B: Business Architecture Download the TOGAF ADM Phase B: Business Architecture plan from the Solution Store, and complete the Approach, Inputs, Steps and Outputs sections according to the instructions.

This plan also uses the following specifications:
  • TOGAF Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture
  • TOGAF Architecture Requirements Specification
  • TOGAF Architecture Roadmap

 

ADM Phase C: Information Systems Architectures Download the TOGAF ADM Phase C: Information Systems Architectures plan from the Solution Store, and complete the Approach, Inputs, Steps and Outputs sections according to the instructions.

This plan also uses the following specifications:
  • TOGAF Architecture Repository
  • TOGAF Request for Architecture Work
  • TOGAF Capability Assessment
  • TOGAF Communications Plan
  • TOGAF Tailored Architecture Framework
  • TOGAF Architecture Principles
  • TOGAF Statement of Architecture Work
  • TOGAF Architecture Vision
  • TOGAF Architecture Definition Document
  • TOGAF Architecture Requirements Specification
  • TOGAF Architecture Roadmap
  • TOGAF Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture
ADM Phase D: Technology Architecture Download the TOGAF ADM Phase D: Technology Architecture plan from the Solution Store, and complete the Approach, Inputs, Steps and Outputs sections according to the instructions.

This plan also uses the following specifications:
  • TOGAF Statement of Architecture Work
  • TOGAF Architecture Definition Document
  • TOGAF Architecture Requirements Specification
  • TOGAF Architecture Roadmap
  • TOGAF Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture
  • TOGAF Tailored Architecture Framework
  • TOGAF Architecture Principles
  • TOGAF Architecture Vision
  • TOGAF Architecture Repository
ADM Phase E: Opportunities & Solutions Download the TOGAF ADM Phase E: Opportunities & Solutions plan from the Solution Store, and complete the Approach, Inputs, Steps and Outputs sections according to the instructions.

This plan also uses the following specifications:
  • TOGAF Request for Architecture Work
  • TOGAF Capability Assessment
  • TOGAF Communications Plan
  • TOGAF Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture
  • TOGAF Tailored Architecture Framework
  • TOGAF Statement of Architecture Work
  • TOGAF Architecture Vision
  • TOGAF Architecture Repository
  • TOGAF Architecture Definition Document
  • TOGAF Architecture Requirements Specification
  • TOGAF Change Request
  • TOGAF Implementation Factor Assessment & Deduction Matrix
ADM Phase F: Migration Planning Download the TOGAF ADM Phase F: Migration Planning plan from the Solution Store, and complete the Approach, Inputs, Steps and Outputs sections according to the instructions.

This plan also uses the following specifications:
  • TOGAF Request for Architecture Work
  • TOGAF Capability Assessment
  • TOGAF Communications Plan
  • TOGAF Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture
  • TOGAF Tailored Architecture Framework
  • TOGAF Statement of Architecture Work
  • TOGAF Architecture Vision
  • TOGAF Architecture Repository
  • TOGAF Architecture Definition Document
  • TOGAF Architecture Requirements Specification
  • TOGAF Change Request
  • TOGAF Implementation Factor Assessment & Deduction Matrix
ADM Phase G: Implementation Governance Download the TOGAF ADM Phase G: Implementation Governance plan from the Solution Store, and complete the Approach, Inputs, Steps and Outputs sections according to the instructions.

This plan also uses the following specifications:
  • TOGAF Architecture Repository
  • TOGAF Request for Architecture Work
  • TOGAF Capability Assessment
  • TOGAF Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture
  • TOGAF Tailored Architecture Framework
  • TOGAF Statement of Architecture Work
  • TOGAF Architecture Vision
  • TOGAF Architecture Definition Document
  • TOGAF Architecture Requirements Specification
  • TOGAF Architecture Roadmap
  • TOGAF Implementation Governance Model
  • TOGAF Architecture Contracts
  • TOGAF Implementation and Migration Plan
  • TOGAF Compliance Assessment
  • TOGAF Change Request
ADM Phase H: Architecture Change Management  Download the TOGAF ADM Phase H: Architecture Change Management plan from the Solution Store, and complete the Approach, Inputs, Steps and Outputs sections according to the instructions.

This plan also uses the following specifications:
  • TOGAF Architecture Repository
  • TOGAF Request for Architecture Work
  • TOGAF Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture
  • TOGAF Tailored Architecture Framework
  • TOGAF Statement of Architecture Work
  • TOGAF Architecture Vision
  • TOGAF Architecture Definition Document
  • TOGAF Architecture Requirements Specification
  • TOGAF Architecture Roadmap
  • TOGAF Change Request
  • TOGAF Implementation Governance Model
  • TOGAF Architecture Contracts
  • TOGAF Compliance Assessment
  • TOGAF Implementation and Migration Plan
ADM Architecture Requirements Management Download the TOGAF ADM Architecture Requirements Management plan from the Solution Store, and complete the Approach, Inputs, Steps and Outputs sections according to the instructions.

This plan also uses the following specifications:
  • TOGAF Requirements Repository
  • TOGAF Business Scenario
  • TOGAF Architecture Repository
  • TOGAF Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture
  • TOGAF Tailored Architecture Framework
  • TOGAF Statement of Architecture Work
  • TOGAF Architecture Vision
  • TOGAF Architecture Requirements Specification
  • TOGAF Requirements Impact Assessment

 

Additional notes

Consider using a solution such as Corso to create the content meta model.

Related links

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enterprise_architecture
  • https://www.corso3.com/

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