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Page 1Version 0.1 September 2004 MITEnterprise Architecture © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved Enterprise Architecture Guide Project at MIT CSG Presentation 9/23/04 Jerry Grochow MIT’s ITAG team sponsored a six week initiative to document the current state architecture and to begin development of a vision for future state enterprise architecture. Documents will be on-line, refined, and continuously updated to reflect deeper understanding and changing needs of the Institute.
Page 2September 2004 © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved Scope of Enterprise Architecture: Business processes and products, applications and data (Process) Software and hardware infrastructure (Technology) Knowledge and expertise (People) Current State Assessment: Documentation review Interviews with ITAG and departmental technology staff Workshops to validate information gathered Future State: Workshops (1/2 day) to cover: Future State Context Future State Principles Logical Architecture Framework Technology Standards Services Matrix Project Review process Future Phases: Roadmap and Planning Build-out
Page 3September 2004 © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved Audience and Value of the EA Guide (1 of 2) Project Sponsors and Departmental Leadership Understand institute investments in technology Understand architectural governance process Provide technical direction to guide their investments Provide a way to assess architectural risks on projects IT Architecture Group Common understanding of architecture Frames architectural review process for projects Inform gaps in the architecture and where we need to evolve Provide a way to assess architectural risks on projects
Page 4September 2004 © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved Audience and Value of the EA Guide (2 of 2) Developers Awareness of available services of enterprise data model of the landscape and future vision of enterprise architecture of supported and recommended standards Reduce redundancy of effort Provide a way to assess architectural risks on projects Know where to go to get help Awareness of their role in expanding the services offered in the enterprise architecture
Page 5September 2004 © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved Enterprise Architecture Deliverables
Page 6September 2004 © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved Future State Context SAP will continue to be the primary ERP system The MIT Data Warehouse will be the central repository for administrative data that is of interest to more than one DLC. The MIT community will continue to be global, 24x7 and evolving There will be increased integration between MIT and other universities The MIT environment is heterogeneous The MIT network will evolve to support needs of the enterprise We may have many research networks We will have an IPv6 network and we will need differentiated services to better support user needs
Page 7September 2004 © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved Architectural Principles Security: applications should ensure data and access security Ownership: clear and explicit ownership of enterprise data Leverage assets: leverage existing services and capabilities Accessibility: be aware of to needs of all users (location & disabilities) Real-time: Minimize latency of data updates Standards: promote consistency using standards
Page 8September 2004 © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved Systems Context Diagram (Vers. 0.1)
Page 9September 2004 © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved Systems on a Page (Vers. 0.1)
Page 10September 2004 © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved Enterprise Conceptual Data Model (Vers 0.1)
Page 11September 2004 © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved Future State Vision (Vers. 0.1)
Page 12September 2004 © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved Example Logical Architecture Diagram: EHSWeb
Page 13September 2004 © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved Example Physical Architecture Diagram: EHSWeb
Page 14Version 0.1 September 2004 MITEnterprise Architecture © Copyright Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2004, All Rights Reserved MIT Enterprise Architecture Guide Project Further information: Jerry Grochow (email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org Scott Thorne (email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org Steve Winig (email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org
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