ArchiMate Diagram Example: Plateau


This ArchiMate diagram illustrates the use of plateau in defining the intermediate Transition Architectures throughout the migration from baseline to target Architecture.

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What is ArchiMate Diagram?

ArchiMate is a graphical language that provides a uniform representation for models to support the complete architecture development cycle. It consists of a core language, aimed at the description of the actual architectures (business, information systems, and technology architectures, as well as their inter-relationships), and extensions for modeling the motivations, implementation and migration planning. The new ArchiMate 3 complements TOGAF in that it provides a vendor-independent set of concepts and relationships, including a graphical representation that helps to create a consistent, integrated enterprise architecture.

Why ArchiMate?

ArchiMate helps to develop an organizations Enterprise Architecture. Here are some of the key benefits of the framework includes:

  • One of the most important benefit of ArchiMate to the worldwide community of architects is that it provides a common language for all stakeholders for discussing methods, practices, and solutions much more effectively.
  • ArchiMate is actively maintained and updated by the Open Group. The latest developments and ideas in Enterprise Architecture are taken into consideration and the ArchiMate framework is continually being enhanced.
  • ArchiMate is well complement with the TOGAF ADM content framework, viewpoints and other reference materials which provide a rich collection of resources, guidelines and heuristics which provides us almost everything you need for EA development.

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