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  • TOGAFTM 9 Capability Framework

    London EAPC28 April 2009

    Paul van der Merwe

    TOGAF is a trademark of The Open Group.

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    Document ControlDate Author Version Change Reference

    21/04/2009 Paul van der Merwe 00.01 No previous document

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    TOGAF 9 Capability Framework

    leading enterprise architecture valueTM

    Key Focus Areas

    Enterprise Architecture

    Strategy

    Governance

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    TOGAF 9 - Context

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    TOGAF Enterprise Continuum & Tools

    TOGAF ADM & Content Framework

    TOGAF Capability Framework

    Architecture Development Method (Part II)

    Architecture Capability Framework (Part VII)

    Enterprise Continuum & Tools (Part V)

    ADM Guidelines & Techniques (Part III)

    Architecture Content Framework (Part IV)

    TOGAF Reference Models (Part VI)

    Business Vision and

    Drivers

    Business Capabilities

    Informs the Business

    of the current state

    Ensures Realization

    of Business Vision

    Informs the capability

    Refines

    Understanding

    Business needs feed into method

    Delivers new business solutions

    Operational changes cause updates

    Sets targets, KPIs, budgets for

    architecture roles

    Drives need for Architecture Capability

    maturity

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    Purpose Introduce TOGAF 9 Capability Framework Understand purpose of a capability Overview on how to establish an EA capability using the ADM Practical examples

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    Capability Framework

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    CapabilityA capability means

    having all the desired qualities to do something, available when required

    for the full duration required.

    A capability is therefore:not a projectongoingsustainablebusiness-appropriate

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    Real IRM ApproachReal IRM implements capabilities within organisations based on the following principles:Directed by architectural principlesInformed by industry best practices, frameworks and standardsEnabled through a well-defined and managed architectureTransferred into a sustainable practiceEmpowered through knowledge transferGuided by business requirements

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    Business Environment

    Capability Framework

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    Capability

    Capability Solution and Technology

    Capability People

    Capability Processes

    Capability Product / Service

    Capability Implementation

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    Business Environment

    Capability Framework

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    Capability

    People

    Capability Product / Service

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    Infrastructure

    Information

    Application

    Method

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    Use the ADM to define Architecture CapabilityGo through each phase with the requirement to establish an Architecture Capability based on TOGAF.

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    Architecture ScopeWhat is the breadth of the overall architecture effort?

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    Group Architecture

    Company Architecture Company Architecture

    Division Architecture

    Division Architecture

    Division Architecture

    Division Architecture

    Project Architecture

    Project Architecture

    Project Architecture

    Project Architecture

    Project Architecture

    Project Architecture

    Project Architecture

    Project Architecture

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    Architecture Scope

    What is the scope of the overall architecture effort?Align business and ITApplication integrationInformation flowTechnology deploymentIT strategyEtc.

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    Business Architecture

    Information Architecture

    DataArchitecture

    ApplicationsArchitecture

    TechnologyArchitecture

    Knowledge

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    Architecture StakeholdersWho are the architecture stakeholders?Executive ManagementCIOIT ManagementBusiness analystsTrainersBusiness managersUsersOutsourced partners

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    Architecture Definition

    Standardise the definition of architecture in the organisation

    Agree the architecture domains

    Agree where does architecture stop and where does design begin

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    Sector Focus Framework

    Architecture DomainBusiness Architecture

    Information Architecture

    Data Architecture

    Applications Architecture

    Technology Architecture

    People

    Process

    Content

    Tools

    Products and Services

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    Architecture Maturity Assessment

    Perform an architecture maturity assessment

    Assess maturity in terms of: Current architecture maturity Required architecture maturity

    in the short term (e.g. one year)

    Ultimate required architecture maturity

    Refer to public domain architecture maturity models

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    Environment People Process Technology

    Innovation

    Predictable

    Standardised

    Managed

    Initial

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    Use the ADM to define Architecture CapabilityGo through each phase with the requirement to establish an Architecture Capability based on TOGAF.

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    Business Architecture Architecture principles that will define the architecture business rules Roles and responsibilities of the Architecture Function, including

    governance structures Architecture process, including the governance processes Architecture information requirements i.e. the architecture classification

    framework that will be used Architecture performance metrics Architecture products and services

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    Architecture PrinciplesDevelop principles that guide and direct the Architecture Function, for example:How would architecture be governed?What are the rules for architecture repositories?How would architects be employed?Etc.

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    Architecture Roles

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    EA Repository Administrator

    EA DomainArchitect

    EnterpriseArchitect

    EA Domain Modeller

    EARepository

    DomainQuality

    Regulator EA Domain Owner

    EA DomainTrainer

    EACustomer

    EA ChangeLeader

    directs

    standard

    ises

    quality

    assure

    s

    guide

    s

    administerstrains

    trains

    requires

    trains

    communicates

    comm

    unica

    tes

    manages

    Please note that: this diagram only indicates the

    primary relationships between the roles and doesnt depict all the relationships

    domain refers to at least the five primary domains, i.e. Business, Information, Data, Application and Technology. A role with domain as part of the role name would therefore be five different roles, one for each domain

    EA TechnicalSpecialist

    supp

    orts

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    Architecture Skills FrameworkCategory Examples

    Generic Skills Leadership, team working, inter-personal skills

    Business Skills and Methods

    Business cases, business process, strategic planning

    Enterprise Architecture Skills

    Modelling, building block design, applications and role design, systems integration

    Program or Project Management Skills

    Managing business change, project management methods and tools

    IT General Knowledge Skills

    Brokering applications, asset management, migration planning, SLAs

    Technical IT Skills Software engineering, security, data interchange, data management

    Legal Environment Data protection laws, contract law, procurement law, fraud

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    Skill Proficiency Levels

    Level Achievement Description

    1 Background Not a required skill though should be able to define and manage skill if required.

    2 Awareness Understands the background, issues and implications sufficiently to be able to understand how to proceed further and advise client accordingly.

    3 Knowledge Detailed knowledge of the subject area and capable of providing professional advice and guidance. Ability to integrate capability into architecture design.

    4 Expert Extensive and substantial practical experience and applied knowledge on the subject.

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    Architecture Skills MatrixTechnical IT Skills

    Legal Environment

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    Levels of GovernanceHierarchy of governance structures: Corporate Governance Technology Governance Information Technology (IT) Governance Architecture Governance

    Domains of governance: Global Regional Local

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    IT Governance

    IT Governance is a structure of relationships and processes to direct and control the enterprise in order to achieve the enterprises goals by adding value while balancing risk versus return over IT and its processes.

    CobiT is the industry standard IT governance framework.

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    IT Governance

    CobiT 4.1 recognises the role of Chief Architect

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    TOGAF CobiT Mapping

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    Architecture Governance Framework Phase G of TOGAF Architecture Development Method concerns

    Implementation Governance Management and control of development and evolution of enterprise architectures Only one aspect of architecture governance

    Generic framework that can adapt to existing governance Identify effective processes and organisational structures, so that the

    business responsibilities can be elucidated, communicated, and managed

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    Architecture Governance Framework

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    Organisational Structure

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    Architecture BoardArchitecture Board oversees strategy implementation.

    Board comprises: Representative key stakeholders Executives responsible for review and maintenance of architecture Combination of

    Local (domain experts, line responsibility) Global (organisation-wide responsibility)

    Established with identifiable and articulated: Responsibilities and decision-making capabilities Remit and authority limits

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    Architecture ProcessCustomise ADM to integrate with: Programme / portfolio / project management processes Product development lifecycle System development lifecycle Corporate and IT governance processes and structures Change management processes

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    Architecture Framework

    Develop an Architecture Framework mapped to the architecture deliverables.

    E.g. What models/elements would constitute the Business Architecture?

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    e.g. DATA

    ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE - A FRAMEWORK

    Builder

    S COPE(CONTEXTUAL)

    MODEL(CONCEPTUAL)

    ENTERPRISE

    Designer

    S YSTEMMODEL(LOGICAL)

    TECHNOLOGYMODEL(PHYSICAL)

    DETAILEDREPRESEN- TATIONS(OUT-OF- CONTEXT)

    Sub-Contractor

    FUNCTIONINGENTERPRISE

    DATA FUNCTION NETWORK

    e.g. Data Definition

    Ent = Fie ldRe ln = Addre ss

    e .g. Phys ica l Da ta Model

    Ent = Se gme nt/Table /e tc.Re ln = Pointe r/Key/etc.

    e.g. Logical Da ta Mode l

    Ent = Da ta EntityRe ln = Da ta Re la tions hip

    e.g. Se ma ntic Model

    Ent = Bus ine ss EntityRe ln = Bus ines s Re la tionship

    Lis t of Things Importa ntto the Bus ines s

    ENTITY = Clas s ofBus iness Thing

    List of Proce sse s theBusine ss Pe rforms

    Function = Clas s ofBusine ss Proce ss

    e .g. "Applica tion Archite cture "

    I/O = Use r ViewsProc .= Applica tion Function

    e.g. "Sys te m De s ign"

    I/O = Scree n/Device Forma tsProc.= Compute r Function

    e.g. "Program"

    I/O = Control BlockP roc.= La nguage Stmt

    e.g. FUNCTION

    e.g. Bus ine ss Proce ss Model

    Proc. = Bus ine ss Proce ssI/O = Bus ines s Resources

    Lis t of Loca tions in which the Bus ines s Ope ra tes

    Node = Major Bus ine ssLoca tion

    e.g. Logis tics Ne twork

    Node = Bus ine ss LocationLink = Bus ine ss Linka ge

    e.g. "Dis tribute d S ys te m

    Node = I/S Function(Proce ssor, S torage, e tc)Link = Line Chara cte ris tics

    e .g. "Sys te m Archite cture "

    Node = Ha rdware /Sys te mSoftware

    Link = Line Specifica tions

    e.g. "Network Archite cture"

    Node = Addre sse sLink = Protocols

    e .g. NETWORK

    Archite cture "

    Planner

    Owner

    Builder

    ENTERPRIS EMODEL

    (CONCEPTUAL)

    Designer

    S YSTEMMODEL

    (LOGICAL)

    TECHNOLOGYCONSTRAINED

    MODEL(PHYSICAL)

    DETAILEDREPRESEN-

    TATIONS (OUT-OF

    CONTEXT)

    Sub-Contractor

    FUNCTIONING

    MOTIVATIONTIMEP EOP LE

    e.g. Rule Spe cifica tion

    End = Sub-conditionMe a ns = Ste p

    e.g. Rule Des ign

    End = ConditionMe a ns = Action

    e.g., Bus ine ss Rule Mode l

    End = S tructura l Asse rtionMe a ns =Action Asse rtion

    End = Bus iness Obje ctiveMe a ns = Bus ine ss S tra te gy

    Lis t of Bus ines s Goa ls /Stra t

    Ends /Means=Ma jor Bus. Goa l/Critica l S ucces s Fa ctor

    Lis t of Eve nts S ignificant

    Time = Major Bus iness Event

    e.g. P roce ss ing Structure

    Cycle = Proce ss ing CycleTime = Sys tem Eve nt

    e.g. Control S tructure

    Cycle = Component CycleTime = Exe cute

    e .g. Timing De finition

    Cycle = Ma chine CycleTime = Inte rrupt

    e .g. SCHEDULE

    e.g. Ma ste r Sche dule

    Time = Business EventCycle = Bus ine ss Cycle

    Lis t of Organiza tions

    People = Major Organiza tions

    e.g. Work Flow Model

    People = Organiza tion UnitWork = Work Product

    e .g. Huma n Inte rfa ce

    People = RoleWork = De live ra ble

    e .g. P resenta tion Architecture

    People = UserWork = Scre en Format

    e.g. Se curity Archite cture

    People = Ide ntityWork = J ob

    e.g. ORGANIZATION

    Planner

    Owner

    to the Bus inessImportant to the Bus ine ss

    What How Where Who When Why

    Copyright - John A. Zachman, Zachman International

    SCOP E(CONTEXTUAL)

    Architecture

    e.g. STRATEGY ENTERPRISE

    e.g. Bus ines s P lan

    TM

    Zachman Institute for Framework Advancement - (810) 231-0531

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    TOGAF and DODAF

    Source: A White Paper Published by The Open Group

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    Architecture Performance Metrics

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    Define EA Governance

    L3

    Define EA Vision AndStrategy

    L3

    Develop EACommunication

    And Training Plan

    L3

    Define EA Framework

    L3

    Develop EA Plan

    L3

    EA governance process current, approved and published on DMS

    EA governance instantiated Meet business demand for modelling

    Plan current, approved and published on EA website

    All training requirements met Adequate training

    Framework instantiated

    EA Vision and Strategy current, approved, incorporated in ICT Strategy and published on EA website

    Plan current, approved, incorporated in ICT Plan (SAP)

    Identify number of models required to meet ICT Plan

    Example

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    Applications Architecture What functionality is required to enable the architecture process? What functionality is required to populate architecture models? What functionality is required to generate architecture views? How much of that can be automated? Which solutions are available to satisfy these requirements? What is the integration requirements between the various toolsets? How is this implemented?

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    Data Architecture What is the logical data requirement for architecture based on the

    architecture classification framework? This might result in a logical meta-model.

    What is the physical structure of the architecture repositories? What is the integration requirement to move architecture data between

    repositories? How is this implemented?

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    Use the ADM to define Architecture CapabilityGo through each phase with the requirement to establish an Architecture Capability based on TOGAF.

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    Technology Architecture Where must architecture functionality and be delivered? What is the processing requirement? What is the infrastructure requirement?

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    Opportunities & Solutions Select the most appropriate architecture toolset Apply architecture principles in the selection Attempt to consolidate architecture artifacts into one architecture

    repository

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    Migration Planning Plan the implementation of the architecture toolsets and repositories Take the following into consideration:

    Existing architecture repositories Stakeholder priorities

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    Real IRM Approach

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    BuildPlan

    EA Guiding Principles (FWM)

    EA Conceptual Framework

    (FWM)

    Implemented EA Environment

    (EAEA)

    EA Training

    EA Assessment

    (EAM)

    Meta-models (FWM)

    Business Meta-model

    Information Meta-model

    Application Meta-model

    Data Meta-model

    Technology Meta-model

    EA Definition (FWM)

    EA Reporting Capability (EAEA)

    Run

    EA Environment Administration

    (EAEA)

    EA Content Management

    EA Modelling

    EA Reporting

    EA Monitoring (EAM)

    EA Office

    EA Roles & Responsibilities

    EA Operating Model

    EA Performance Management

    EA Policies & Standards

    Change Leadership

    EA Vision and Strategy

    EA Toolset Selection (EAEA)

    EA Stakeholder Analysis (FWM)

    EA Change Management

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    Implementation Governance Confirm that the implementation is according to the agreed architecture This implementation is usually performed by the architects themselves

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    Architecture Change Management Implement a change management process that will result in a controlled

    change environment for all the aspects of architecture, including: Architecture Roles and Responsibilities Architecture Processes Architecture Framework Architecture Meta-model Architecture Toolsets Architecture Repositories

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    Business Environment

    Capability Framework

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    Capability

    People

    Capability Product / Service

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    Infrastructure

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    Application

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    growth and sustainability ofa business appropriateEA capability

    quality of models perceived

    usefulness of models

    re-use of models

    +

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    creation of quality models

    maintaining ofexisting models

    business need for EA products

    +

    +

    buy industry best practice models

    +

    +

    business need for EA solutions

    +

    +

    + +

    satisfaction of EA customer needs

    ability to package model content to specific business needs

    ++

    operational ability to satisfy business needs

    +

    ++

    +

    willingness to invest in EA capability

    +

    stimulation of EA customer demand

    +

    +

    investment in EA capability

    +

    ability to provide EA services specific to business needs

    +

    +

    +

    +

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    positive word-of-mouth

    +

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    business need for EA services

    +

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    effective strategicleadership andmanagement of EAcapability

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    effective tactical management of EA customer requirements

    +

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    business value realised

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    +

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    scrapping of redundant and sub-standard models

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    leading enterprise architecture valueTM

    Key Focus Areas

    Enterprise Architecture

    Strategy

    Governance

    April 2009

    Paul van der Merwe

    paul.vandermerwe@realirm.com

    +27 82 454 7965

    mailto:paul.vandermerwe@realirm.com

    TOGAFTM 9 Capability FrameworkDocument ControlSlide 3TOGAF 9 - ContextPurposeCapability FrameworkCapabilityReal IRM ApproachSlide 9Slide 10Use the ADM to define Architecture CapabilityArchitecture ScopeSlide 13Architecture StakeholdersArchitecture DefinitionArchitecture Maturity AssessmentSlide 17Business ArchitectureArchitecture PrinciplesArchitecture RolesArchitecture Skills FrameworkSkill Proficiency LevelsArchitecture Skills MatrixLevels of GovernanceIT GovernanceSlide 26TOGAF CobiT MappingArchitecture Governance FrameworkSlide 29Organisational StructureArchitecture BoardArchitecture ProcessArchitecture FrameworkTOGAF and DODAFArchitecture Performance MetricsSlide 36Applications ArchitectureData ArchitectureSlide 39Technology ArchitectureSlide 41Opportunities & SolutionsSlide 43Migration PlanningSlide 45Slide 46Implementation GovernanceSlide 48Architecture Change ManagementSlide 50Slide 51Slide 52

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