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Am Markt verfügbare Enterprise Architecture Frameworks

  • Dirk Matthes
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Part of the Xpert.press book series (XPERT.PRESS)

Zusammenfassung

Eine Recherche am Markt verfügbarer Rahmenwerke liefert über siebzig Konzepte. So breit wie die Definitionsmöglichkeit des Begriffes Rahmenwerk ist, so sehr kann man sich darüber streiten, ob ein Konzept den Titel Rahmenwerk tragen darf oder nicht. Nachfolgend sind jene Konzepte berücksichtigt, die durch Autoren diverser Enterprise Architecture-Publikationen bzw. durch die Konzeptentwickler selbst als Rahmenwerk betitelt werden und sich in den angeführten Rahmenwerksdefinitionen wiederfinden. Durch den Vergleich der jeweiligen Konzeptbeschreibungen mit den im Grundlagenkapitel angeführten Rahmenwerkdefinitionen können über fünfzig Konzepte als Rahmenwerk für Informationssystemarchitekturen deklariert werden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.SchwaaraDeutschland

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