ArchiMate Diagram Example: Migration


This is an ArchiMate diagram example that specifies the 'transition path' from an existing architecture to a desired architecture. The plateaus are used to model particular architecture state, which can be the baseline, the target or any transition architectures, while gaps are used to present the differences in between two architecture states.

You can create your own ArchiMate diagram by editing this one. Simply Click Use this Template to start, or click Create Blank to create a new one.

What is ArchiMate Diagram?

The ArchiMate is a visual modeling language and will known open standard for describing business processes, organizational structures, information flows, IT systems, and technical infrastructure. ArchiMate 3 consists of the core layers, and as well as the new extensions for modeling the motivations for the architecture, and its implementation and migration planning. ArchiMate 3 updated with the new notations for representing the strategic aspects of an enterprise, covering the important business and IT alignment challenges that companies face today.

ArchiMate - Lean and Easy-to-Learn?

The design of the ArchiMate language started from a set of relatively generic concepts (objects and relations), which have been specialized for application at the different architectural layers of an Enterprise Architecture and thus, the ArchiMate language is explicitly designed to be lean and compact, yet still usable for most Enterprise Architecture modeling tasks. In the interest of simplicity of learning and use, the language has been limited to the concepts that suffice for modeling the proverbial 80% of practical cases.

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