IE 682 - Enterprise Architecture Modeling

Enterprise architectures describe the organizing logic for business processes and IT infrastructure reflecting the integration and standardization requirements of a company's operating model. The operating model is the desired state of business process integration and business process standardization for delivering goods and services to customers. In this course students will become familiar with state-of-the-art enterprise modeling approaches and tools such as Zachmann, Archimate, TOGAF and RM-ODP.

After taking this course students will be familiar with the main ingredients of enterprise architectures and state-of-the-art tools/approaches for designing and modeling them. They will have the expertise needed to participate in the development of enterprise architecture modeling teams and will be familiar with common problems and pitfalls. With the acquired skills and know-how, students will be able to play a key role in enterprise architecture development, analysis and implementation.



Language: English

Prerequisites: MDD

Evaluation: written exam