EA Frameworks - Info Security Fundamentals CISE 200...

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Info Security Fundamentals CISE 200 Professor: Bill French
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Class Schedule Introduction Class Structure Administrative Lecture 01
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Enterprise Architecture Enterprise Architecture (EA) : is an IT management practice for aligning resources to improve business performance, help organizations better execute their core missions. EA describes the current and future state of an organization and outlines a transition road map. EA is driven by strategy and provides a holistic viewpoint of an organization identifying common components and shared assets Assists organizations in assessing whether its resources are properly aligned to the mission and strategic goals and objectives.
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Enterprise Architecture cont. EA is a U.S. Office of Management and Budget initiative designed to: Comply with Clinger-Cohen Act Establish a common methodology for IT acquisitions Ensure sharing of information and IT resources across organizational boundaries Improve efficiencies and customer services while reducing cost
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Enterprise Architecture cont. EA Frameworks and Blueprint is built upon a composite of reference models: Business Reference Model Business Functions Service Components (Domains, Processes, & Procedures) Performance Application Reference Model Technical Reference Model (Technologies, Architecture, Governance Reference Model
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Enterprise Architecture cont. Business Reference Model (BRM): is function-service driven framework for outlining core business functions, value-added services, and associated operations. Provides an organized hierarchical construct for describing the functions of the organization’s entities, their respective services defining the day-to-day business operations.
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