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Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionSample Catalogs,Matricesand Diagramsv3: December 2011Download the template bundle 3.htmV9.1 Edition Copyright 2009-2011All rightsSlide1 reservedPublished byOpenGroup,All2011 2009-2011TheTheOpenGroup,Rights ReservedThe Open Group gratefully acknowledges the contributionsfrom SAP and Capgemini 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedSampleCatalogs,Matrices andDiagramsTOGAF is a registered trademark of TheOpen Group in the United States and othercountriesSlide 2 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group1

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionObjectivesThe objectives of this presentation are to illustrate: TOGAF 9 Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams What they consist of Examples How they can be usedThe examples shown are illustrative.The exact format of the catalogs,matrices and diagrams will dependon the tools used and adaptations toTOGAF for the specific EA.Slide 3 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedPreliminary Phase Principles catalogRequirements ManagementPhase A, Architecture Vision Stakeholder Map Matrix Solution Concept diagramTOGAF 9 Artifacts Phase B, Business Architecture Organization/Actor catalog Driver/Goal/Objective catalog Role catalog Business Service/Functioncatalog Location catalog Process/Event/Control/Productcatalog Contract/Measure catalog Business Interaction matrix Actor/Role matrix Business Footprint diagram Business Service/Informationdiagram Functional Decompositiondiagram Product Lifecycle diagram Goal/Objective/Service diagram Business Use-Case diagram Organization Decompositiondiagram Process Flow diagram Event diagram Value Chain diagramRequirements catalogPhase C, DataArchitecture Data Entity/DataComponent catalog Data Entity/BusinessFunction matrix Application/Datamatrix Logical Datadiagram Data Disseminationdiagram Data Securitydiagram Class Hierarchydiagram Data Migrationdiagram Data LifecyclediagramPhase E. Opportunities & Solutions Project Context diagramSlide4 Benefitsdiagram 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open GroupPhase C, ApplicationArchitecture Application Portfoliocatalog Interface catalog Application/Organizationmatrix Role/Application matrix Application/Functionmatrix Application Interactionmatrix ApplicationCommunication diagram Application and UserLocation diagram Application Use-Casediagram Enterprise Manageabilitydiagram Process/ApplicationRealization diagram Software Engineeringdiagram Application Migrationdiagram Software DistributiondiagramPhase D, TechnologyArchitecture TechnologyStandards catalog Technology Portfoliocatalog System/Technologymatrix Environments andLocations diagram PlatformDecompositiondiagram Processing diagram NetworkedComputing/Hardwarediagram CommunicationsEngineering diagramTOGAF 9 Artifacts2

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionPhase CPreliminaryPhase –Catalogs,Matrices andDiagramsTOGAF is a registered trademark of TheOpen Group in the United States and othercountriesSlide 5 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedPPreliminary PhaseCatalogs, Matrices and DiagramsCatalogs Principles CatalogDiagramsMatricesSlide 6 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group3

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware The Principles catalog captures principles of the business and architectureprinciples that describe what a "good" solution or architecture should looklike. Principles are used to evaluate and agree an outcome for architecturedecision points. Principles are also used as a tool to assist in architecturalgovernance of change initiatives.The Principles catalog contains the following metamodel entities:* PrincipleSlide 7 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedPhase CPhase A:ArchitectureVision –Catalogs,Matrices andDiagramsTOGAF is a registered trademark of TheOpen Group in the United States and othercountriesSlide 8 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group4

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionAArchitecture VisionCatalogs, Matrices and DiagramsCatalogsMatrices Stakeholder Map MatrixDiagrams Value Chain Diagram Solution Concept DiagramSlide 9 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedStakeholder MapStakeholderKey ConcernsClassCatalogs, Matrices andDiagramsCxOThe high-level drivers, goals andobjectives of the organization, andhow these are translated into aneffective process and IT architectureto advance the businessKeepSatisfiedBusiness Footprint diagramGoal/Objective/Service diagramOrganization izing, funding, and aligningchange activity. An understanding ofproject content and technicaldependencies adds a furtherdimension of richness to portfoliomanagement and decision making.KeepSatisfiedProject Context diagramBusiness Footprint diagramApplication CommunicationdiagramFunctional DecompositiondiagramHRThe roles and Actors that support thefunctions, applications, andtechnology of the organization. HRare important stakeholders inensuring that the correct roles andactors are represented.KeepInformedOrganization DecompositiondiagramOrganization/Actor catalogLocation catalogSlide 10 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group5

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionValue Chain DiagramSource: Wikipedia.orgSlide 11 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedExample Value Chain DiagramsProduct& OfferSalesFulfilmentPaymentsServicingSlide 12 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group6

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionExample Solution Concept Diagram A high-level representation of the solution envisaged A pencil sketch of the expected solution at the outset of t,consideration,join, re-newCustomersCertificationPublicationReliable, 24x7,self-serviceinfrastructureSlide 13 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedExample Solution Concept DiagramsToday’s use of channelsTomorrow’s use of channelsHigh Value TasksRMRMSERVICETEAMFrom RMto STSERVICE TEAMFrom ServiceTeam to CCFrom RMto CCCALL CENTERCALL CENTERSELF SERVICEINTERNET PORTALFrom CallCentre toOnlineFrom ServiceTeam toOnlineFrom RMto OnlineSELF SERVICE INTERNET PORTALLow Value TasksSlide 14 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group7

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionPhase CPhase B:BusinessArchitecture –Catalogs,Matrices andDiagramsTOGAF is a registered trademark of TheOpen Group in the United States and othercountriesSlide 15 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedBCatalogs, Matrices and DiagramsCatalogs Organization/Actor catalog Driver/Goal/Objective catalog Role catalog Business Service/Functioncatalog Location catalog Process/Event/Control/Productcatalog Contract/Measure catalogMatrices Business Interaction matrix Actor/Role matrixDiagrams Business Footprint diagram Business Service/Informationdiagram Functional Decompositiondiagram Product Lifecycle diagram Goal/Objective/Service diagram Use-Case diagram Organization Decompositiondiagram Process Flow diagram Event diagramSlide 16 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group8

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware gPurposeA definitive listing of all participants that interact with IT, including users and ownersof IT systems.It contains the following metamodel entities: Organization Unit, Actor Location (may be included in this catalog if an independentLocation catalog is not maintained)Driver/Goal/ObjectiveCatalogA cross-organizational reference of how an organization meets its drivers in practicalterms through goals, objectives, and (optionally) measures.It contains the following metamodel entities: Organization Unit, Driver, Goal, Objective, Measure (may optionally be included)Role CatalogThe purpose of the Role catalog is to provide a listing of all authorization levels orzones within an enterprise. Frequently, application security or behavior is definedagainst locally understood concepts of authorization that create complex andunexpected consequences when combined on the user desktop.It contains the following metamodel entities: RoleSlide 17 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCatalogsCatalogPurposeBusinessService /FunctionCatalogA functional decomposition in a form that can be filtered, reported on, and queried, asa supplement to graphical Functional Decomposition diagrams.It contains the following metamodel entities: Organization Unit,Business Function, Business Service, Information System ServiceLocationCatalogA listing of all locations where an enterprise carries out business operations orhouses architecturally relevant assets, such as data centers or end-user computingequipment.It contains the following metamodel entities: LocationProcess/Event/Control/ProductCatalogThe Process/Event/Control/Product catalog provides a hierarchy of processes, eventsthat trigger processes, outputs from processes, and controls applied to the executionof processes. This catalog provides a supplement to any Process Flow diagrams thatare created and allows an enterprise to filter, report, and query across organizationsand processes to identify scope, commonality, or impact.It contains the following metamodel entities:(may optionally be included here) Process, Event, Control, ProductSlide 18 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group9

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware urposeA listing of all agreed service contracts and (optionally) the measuresattached to those contracts. It forms the master list of service levelsagreed to across the enterprise.It contains the following metamodel entities: Business Service Information System Service (optionally) Contract MeasureSlide 19 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedMatrices Business Interaction matrix Actor/Role matrixSlide 20 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group10

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionBusiness Interaction Matrix The purpose of this matrix is to depict the relationshipinteractions between organizations and business functionsacross the enterprise.Providing Business ServicesConsuming Business ServicesEngineering ProcurementManufacturingSales and DistributionCustomer ServiceEngineeringProcurementContract forsupply ofmaterialsManufacturingContract forsupply ofproductspecificationSales and DistributionContract for supply ofsales forecastsContract forsupply of productContract for fulfillment ofcustomer ordersCustomer ServiceSlide 21 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedActor/role Matrix This matrix show which actors perform which roles,supporting definition of security and skills IIIIRCCCCRCCCCCCRRCCCCIAExternal Vendors / SuppliersIIIIIIRIIProject ManagerIIIIICRIIIIT OperationsAAAACICCIRAInfrastructure DesignerICCCIHead of ImplementationRCIIIEnterprise Infrastructure ArchitectCCIICArchitecture Configuration MgrCRIACInfrastructure nfrastructure Solution ArchitectAAIRCICCStrategy and ArchitectureActorsHead of Strategy and ArchitectureBusiness Unit Service OwnerBusiness Unit Application ArchitectBusiness Unit HeadEnterprise ArchitectIT Management ForumIBusiness UnitActorsTechnical Design AuthorityIIISteering GroupActorsEnterprise Design AuthorityR Responsible for carrying out the roleA Accountable for actors carrying out the roleC Consulted in carrying out the roleI Informed in carrying out the roleStrategy Lifecycle RolesArchitecture RefreshArchitecture RoadmapBenefits AssessmentChange ManagementFramework RefreshProject Lifecycle RolesSolution Architecture VisionLogical Solution ArchitecturePhysical Solution ArchitectureDesign GovernanceArchitecture Configuration ManagementCIOOffice ofCIO ActorsCCIRRRCASlide 22 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group11

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionDiagrams Business Footprint diagramBusiness Service/Information diagramFunctional Decomposition diagramProduct Lifecycle diagramGoal/Objective/Service diagramUse-Case diagramOrganization Decomposition diagramProcess Flow diagramEvent diagramSlide 23 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedBusiness Footprint Diagram Describes the links between business goals, organizationalunits, business functions, and services, and maps thesefunctions to the technical components delivering therequired capability. Demonstrates only the key facts linking organization unitfunctions to delivery services and is utilized as acommunication platform for senior-level (CxO) stakeholdersSlide 24 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group12

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionExample Business Footprint DiagramSlide 25 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedBusiness Service/Information Diagram Shows the information needed to support one or morebusiness services. Shows what data is consumed by or produced by abusiness service and may also show the source ofinformation. Shows an initial representation of the information presentwithin the architecture and therefore forms a basis forelaboration and refinement within Phase C (DataArchitecture).Slide 26 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group13

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionExample Business Service/InformationDiagramBasic exampleSlide 27 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedExample Business Service/InformationDiagramComplaintComplaint HandlingServiceCommon FaultsFaultManagementServiceCustomer DetailsCustomerComplaintResolutionCustomer DetailsLeadManagementServiceExtended example showing actorsand service interactionsSlide 28 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group14

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionFunctional Decomposition Diagram It shows on a single page the capabilities of an organizationthat are relevant to the consideration of an architecture. By examining the capabilities of an organization from afunctional perspective, it is possible to quickly developmodels of what the organization does without beingdragged into extended debate on how the organizationdoes it.Slide 29 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedExample Functional DecompositionDiagramSlide 30 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group15

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionProduct Lifecycle Diagram This assists in understanding the lifecycles of key entities within theenterprise. Understanding product lifecycles is becoming increasingly importantwith respect to environmental concerns, legislation, and regulationwhere products must be tracked from manufacture to disposal. Equally, organizations that create products that involve personal orsensitive information must have a detailed understanding of the productlifecycle during the development of Business Architecture in order toensure rigor in design of controls, processes, and procedures.Examples of this include credit cards, debit cards, store/loyalty cards,smart cards, user identity credentials (identity cards, passports, etc.).Slide 31 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedExample Product Lifecycle DiagramSlide 32 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group16

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionGoal/Objective/Service Diagram This defines the ways in which a service contributes to theachievement of a business vision or strategy. Services are associated with the drivers, goals, objectives,and measures that they support, allowing the enterprise tounderstand which services contribute to similar aspects ofbusiness performance. This also provides qualitative input on what constitutes highperformance for a particular service.Slide 33 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedExample RevenuesRole:VP MarketingObjective:Objective:After SalesMarketCreating new lineof cars by end of Role:VP SalesFunction:Sales andMarketingService:MarketingService: Preowned alesService: OrderTo DeliverySlide 34 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group17

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionBusiness Use-case Diagram This displays the relationships between consumers andproviders of business services. Business services are consumed by actors or otherbusiness services and the Business Use-Case diagramprovides added richness in describing business capabilityby illustrating how and when that capability is used. They help to describe and validate the interaction betweenactors and their roles to processes and functions. As the architecture progresses, the use-case can evolvefrom the business level to include data, application, andtechnology details. Architectural business use-cases canalso be re-used in systems design work.Slide 35 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedExample Business Use-case DiagramSlide 36 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group18

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionOrganization Decomposition Diagram This describes the links between actor, roles, and locationwithin an organization tree. An organization map should provide a chain of command ofowners and decision-makers in the organization.Slide 37 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights Reserved 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedExample Organization DecompositionDiagramSlide 38 2009-2011 The Open Group, All Rights ReservedCopyright 2009-2011, The Open Group19

Personal PDF Edition. For non-commercial use onlyTOGAF Standard Courseware V9.1EditionProcess Flow Diagram This depicts all models and mappings related to the processmetamodel entity. It shows se

The Principles catalog captures principles of the business and architecture principles that describe what a "good" solution or architecture should look like. Principles are used to evaluate and agree an outcome for architecture decision points. Principles are also used as a tool to assist in architectural governance of change initiatives. The Principles catalog contains the following metamodel .

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