|Re: [epf-dev] Request for discussion: Redefining Architecture Content for OpenUP/Basic 1.0|
Attached is the initial draft of an article I wrote for a special issue on Enterprise Architecture for Cutter IT Journal. The final version should be online in a week or two. Might give us some ideas. Remember, the focus is EA not app architecture, but many of the ideas should be of interest. - Scott On Tue, January 23, 2007 5:20 pm, Scott W. Ambler said: > > On Tue, January 23, 2007 10:31 am, Ana Valente Pereira said: >> Sorry Mark but I will not be habble to be at the call.. > > I missed the call too, sorry about that. > >> >> I agree with most of what you wrote.... just some comments: >> >> * I would write "just enough words" after producing and testing the >> software ... just to remember key arch decisions that could be useful >> for the next iteration > > Definitely. I think that we should recommend: > 1. The creation of a handful of key sketches ( technical stack diagram, > domain diagram, deployment diagram) which evolve as needed throughout the > project. > 2. Recording of key architectural decisions, often in point form. > >> >> * It also sounds that software is always being from scratch ... maybe >> the arch team could also make use of other software developed in the >> open source communities ... we could add some steps for it ? > > And benefit from existing work within the company. There is likely an > existing infrastructure and maybe even enterprise architects available to > help explain things and better yet be available to work with the team. > > - Scott > Practice Leader Agile Development, IBM Rational > http://www-306.ibm.com/software/rational/bios/ambler.html > > Refactoring Databases ( > http://www.ambysoft.com/books/refactoringDatabases.html ) is now > available. > > _______________________________________________ > epf-dev mailing list > epf-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx > https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/epf-dev > Practice Leader Agile Development, IBM Rational http://www-306.ibm.com/software/rational/bios/ambler.html Refactoring Databases ( http://www.ambysoft.com/books/refactoringDatabases.html ) is now available.
Agile Strategies for Enterprise Architecture.doc
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