Enterprise Architecture (EA) is being widely used across medium and large companies to document, analyze, plan, and manage the state of business and IT in order to successfully achieve organizational goals described in the enterprise strategy. During EA management projects, enterprise-level models and artifacts such as catalogs, matrices and diagrams are produced and used by architects to analyze a variety of enterprise situations. These analysis processes are fairly complex but not in all cases they rely entirely on the architect’s expertise. In fact, it is possible to automate many analysis techniques, partially or in full. This reduces the necessary manual work and allows experts to concentrate their efforts in the tasks where their expertise is more valuable. This paper presents an approach to describe, validate, and execute analysis chains composed by both automated and non-automated analysis methods. This work is based on our previous characterization of automated analysis methods.

On the Support of Automated Analysis Chains on Enterprise Models / Ramos, Andrés; Saenz, JUAN PABLO; Sánchez, Mario; Villalobos, Jorge. - STAMPA. - 214:(2015), pp. 345-359. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 16th International Conference on Business Process Modeling, Development and Support, BPMDS 2015 and 20th International Conference on Exploring Modeling Methods for Systems Analysis and Design, EMMSAD 2015 held at Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, CAiSE 2015 tenutosi a Stockholm, Sweden nel 2015 [10.1007/978-3-319-19237-6_22].

On the Support of Automated Analysis Chains on Enterprise Models

SAENZ, JUAN PABLO;
2015

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Enterprise Architecture (EA) is being widely used across medium and large companies to document, analyze, plan, and manage the state of business and IT in order to successfully achieve organizational goals described in the enterprise strategy. During EA management projects, enterprise-level models and artifacts such as catalogs, matrices and diagrams are produced and used by architects to analyze a variety of enterprise situations. These analysis processes are fairly complex but not in all cases they rely entirely on the architect’s expertise. In fact, it is possible to automate many analysis techniques, partially or in full. This reduces the necessary manual work and allows experts to concentrate their efforts in the tasks where their expertise is more valuable. This paper presents an approach to describe, validate, and execute analysis chains composed by both automated and non-automated analysis methods. This work is based on our previous characterization of automated analysis methods.
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