Today is the third chapter. It contains a lot of information and I have to remember all of it. This is not a very easy process, so I decided to split this chapter to two part. This part contains information about ADM (including phases), Deliverables, Artifacts and Building Blocks.
ADM (Architecture Development Method) forms the core of TOGAF and provides the repeatable process for developing architecture. There are 10 phases in ADM.
- Preliminary (Architecture Capability)
- Phase A: Architecture Vision
- Phase B: Business Architecture
- Phase C: Information Systems Architecture (Data and Application)
- Phase D: Technology Architecture
- Phase E: Opportunity and Solutions (forming Target Architecture)
- Phase F: Migration Planning (migration from Base to Target)
- Phase G: Implementation Governance (architecture oversight of implementation)
- Phase H: Architecture Change Management (managing change to the new architecture)
- Requirements Management (examines the process)
- deliverable (signed off by stakeholders)
- artifacts (aspects of architecture: matrices, catalogs, diagrams)
- building blocks (reusable components)