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2 Enterprise Architecture in Action Bill Branson Director, Information Technology Architecture Frank Russell Company

3 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part. 3 ITA Maturity Model 0 Chaos What’s wrong? 2 Alignment Does it fit?Published arch, stds, processes 3 Advantage Where does it lead?Published vision, strategy StageNameAsks…Depends on… 1 Awareness What do we have? Documented “as is” environ. 4 Migration How do we get there?Plan, funded projects 5 Renewal What’s next?Continuous planning, research

4 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part Chaos: Inventory without Architecture LAN MAN Partners and Vendors Non- Tacoma Offices Tacoma Office Associates, Contractors, Trusted vendors, Temps Database Lab Remote Users Public Personal Firewall Proxy XP Laptop Browser Client VPN Load Balancer Personal Anti-Virus XP Thick Desktop PDA Non-Russell Device XP TS Thin Desktop Remote Access Router Site Server Partner Firewall Exodus Terminal Services Database (Exodus) Entrust Radia Lab Firewall Internet Firewall Internet Firewall (Exodus) FTP (Exodus) PSTN Web Application Outlook Web Access Web (Exodus) Partner FTP WINS Secure ID DNS Print File Inventory FAX DHCP Domain Controller Private Partner Connections Internet WAN

5 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part Awareness: Data Inventory Tool

6 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part Alignment: Documented Architecture n Principles n Practices n Domain Architectures n Standards

7 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part. 7 Architectural Component Table - Example

8 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part. 8 Practices Principles Standards InfrastructureServicesApplications Network Infrastructure Web Infrastructure Server Hardware, Storage, Operating System Application Services Web and Application Services Security Services File Services Publishing Services Print Services Messaging Services Application Portfolio Reporting Tools Applications 2. Alignment: Domain Architectures Client Hardware and Operating System

9 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part. 9 Domain Architecture - The Text n Overview n Applicable Governing Principles n Domain Principles n Domain Practices n Best Practices n Implementation Strategy n Collaborations n Emerging Trends n Overview n Applicable Governing Principles n Domain Principles n Domain Practices n Best Practices n Implementation Strategy n Collaborations n Emerging Trends

10 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part Advantage: Vision and Strategy Industry Trends and Opportunities Technology Trends and Opportunities Enterprise MissionIT Mission Key Business Strategies IT Strategy

11 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part Migration: Program Management Task #1 Task #2 Task #3 Task #4 Task #5 Task #6 Task #7 Task #8 Task #9 Task #10 Task #11 Task #12 Task #13 Task #14 Task #15 Task #16

12 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part Renewal: Technology Research Council n Established to enable BU initiating or planning Web-based projects n Realize benefits sooner by streamlining technology evaluation process n Forum for technical consideration of established and emerging technologies n Rapidly respond to shifts in business Web strategy n Proactively identify Internet technologies for business application n Established to enable BU initiating or planning Web-based projects n Realize benefits sooner by streamlining technology evaluation process n Forum for technical consideration of established and emerging technologies n Rapidly respond to shifts in business Web strategy n Proactively identify Internet technologies for business application

13 Applying Enterprise Architecture Enterprise Architecture in Action

14 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part. 14 Enterprise Architecture Enterprise Architecture from the bottom up... Infrastructure Data and Applications Business

15 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part. 15 Zachman Framework

16 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part. 16 Normalized Use Case #7 Who?Where? Associate, Contractor What? Terminal Services / Published Application Locally-Installed Application Local RemoteGeneral Public Trusted Partner or Vendor Application / Web Server Network Resources How?

17 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part. 17 Data Inventory Tool

18 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part. 18 Data Inventory

19 Copyright 2002 by Frank Russell Company. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part. 19 Five Essential Steps to Effective ITA 1. Know what you have 2. Carefully expand IT portfolio 3. Align with business value and strategy 4. Migrate and or retire to bridge gap 5. Evergreen 1. Know what you have 2. Carefully expand IT portfolio 3. Align with business value and strategy 4. Migrate and or retire to bridge gap 5. Evergreen

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