But Ii it still relevant.? Well, yes it is. Very much so.
[first published 2011 Sep 15]
This is often asked. To help the understanding of the audience I often use this analogy:
The Enterprise Architect is like a town planner. Solution Architect is designing the buildings in that town.
Thus Solution Architecture starts inside the boundaries defined by enterprise architecture.
With my TOGAF hat on, I would say: Top level Architecture continuum of an organization is defined by Enteprise Architecture. Principles and Artefacts and Reusable Blocks.
[2009 July 1, original post]
For those wanting more here is one more detailed and longer post ( Published Sunday, September 02, 2007 9:18 AM by Gabriel Morgan )
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No, it is not. Ok sorry, just a catchy title. But, really why not? Why is this technology not built into an OS, present on hundreds of millions of desktops? Like e.g. Windows 10 for example?
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Windows client OS today suffers. It is desperately shackled into the legacy.
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