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Introduction: enterprise architecture and technology trends
1.1 Introduction: the Criticality of Information technology
1.2 It resources requiring Proper architectural Planning
1.3 what Is enterprise architecture?
1.4 trends in enterprise architecture and data Center environments
1.4.1 Enterprise Architecture
1.4.2 Technology Architecture
1.5 Course of Investigation
appendix 1.1: a Formal defnition of architecture
Defnition
Example
Summary/Interpretation
appendix 1.2: Bibliography on enterprise architecture
enterprise architecture goals, roles, and mechanisms
2.1 enterprise architecture
2.1.1 Description of Enterprise
2.1.2 Defnition of Architecture
2.1.3 Motivations for Having an Enterprise Architecture
2.1.4 Role Enterprise Architecture Group
2.1.5 Organization-Specifc Architecture Principles
2.1.5.1 Overview
2.1.5.2 Additional Details
2.1.6 Instituting Enterprise Architecture Mechanism in a Firm
2.2 enterprise architecture Constructs
2.2.1 Enterprise Architecture Principles
2.2.2 Enterprise Architecture Frameworks
Te Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF)
2.2.2.1 The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF 8.1)
2.2.2.2 Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture
2.2.2.3 Extended Enterprise Architecture Framework (E2AF)
2.2.2.4 Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF)
2.2.2.5 Enterprise Architecture Planning (EAP)
2.2.2.6 Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA)
2.2.2.7 Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework (FEAF)
2.2.2.8 Treasury Enterprise Architecture Framework (TEAF)
2.2.2.9 ISO/IEC 14252 (IEEE Std 1003.0)
2.3 enterprise architecture governance
appendix 2.1: Firm-specifc architectural Principles
Business Principles
Data Principles
Application Principles
Technical Principles
the open group architectural Framework
3.1 Introduction and overview
3.2 the role of architecture views
3.2.1 Introduction
3.2.2 TOGAF and Standards for IT Architecture Description
3.2.3 A Note on Terminology
3.3 Basic togaF Concepts
3.3.1 Viewpoint and View: A Simple Example
3.4 developing views in the adm
3.4.1 General Guidelines
3.4.2 The View Creation Process
3.5 Core taxonomy of architecture views
3.5.1 Overview
3.5.2 Stakeholders
3.5.3 Views/Viewpoints
3.5.4 Description
3.6 views, tools, and Languages
3.6.1 Overview
3.6.2 Views and Viewpoints
3.6.2.1 An Example
3.6.2.2 Views and Viewpoints in Information Systems
3.7 Conclusions
appendix 3.1: developing a Business architecture view
Stakeholder and Concerns
Modeling the View
Key Issues
appendix 3.2: developing a data Flow view
Database management systems
Database Management Systems
Database Models
Distributed DBMSs
Distributed Heterogeneous DBMSs
Data Dictionary/Directory Systems
Data Administration
Repository
Database Administration
Data Security
appendix 3.3: developing a Communications engineering view
Communications Infrastructure
Communications Models
The OSI Reference Model
Communications Framework
Allocation of Services to Components
the Zachman architectural Framework
4.1 Background
4.2 Framework
4.2.1 Principles
4.2.2 Framework Structure
4.3 architecture Implementation
offcial enterprise architecture standards
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Iso 15704
5.3 other Iso standards
5.3.1 ISA-95.00.01-2000
5.3.2 ENV 13350
5.3.3 IS 15704
5.3.4 ISO Reference Model for Open Distributed Processing
5.4 Ieee 1471–2000 standard
enterprise architecture tools
6.1 overview
6.2 snapshot of Products
Business Process modeling
7.1 Business Process modeling
7.2 Business Process modeling standardization
7.2.1 Business Process Modeling Language
7.2.1.1 Activities
7.2.1.2 Activity Types
7.2.1.3 The Activity Context
7.2.1.4 Simple and Complex Activities
7.2.1.5 Processes
7.2.2 Business Process Modeling Notation
7.2.2.1 Introduction
7.2.2.2 BPMN Overview
7.2.2.3 Business Process Diagrams
7.2.2.4 Examples
7.2.3 Business Process Query Language
7.3 unifed modeling Language™
7.3.1 Overview
7.3.2 Scratching the Surface of UML
7.3.2.1 Conformance
7.3.2.2 Runtime Semantics of UML
7.3.2.3 The UML Metamodel
7.3.2.4 UML Infrastructure Specifcation
7.4 model-driven architecture
7.4.1 MDA Background
7.4.2 MDA Support
7.4.2.1 The Meta-Object Facility (MOF™
7.4.2.2 UML Profles
7.4.2.3 XML Metadata Interchange (XMI™
7.4.2.4 Common Warehouse MetaModel (CWM™)
7.4.2.5 CORBA®
7.4.2.6 Writing Standards in the MDA
7.4.2.7 The Pervasive Services
7.4.2.8 Domain-Specifc Specifcations
architecture Fulfllment via service-oriented architecture modeling
8.1 Background and description
8.2 Benefts of using soa machinery
8.3 soa machinery
8.3.1 Services
8.3.2 Registry
8.3.3 Messaging
8.3.4 Management
8.3.5 Orchestration
8.3.6 Analytics
8.3.7 User Interface
8.4 Challenges to Full-Fledged soa deployment
8.5 Building soa environments
evolving san, gbe/10gbe, and metro ethernet technologies
9.1 overview of networking
9.1.1 Background
9.1.2 What This Chapter Covers
9.2 the technology architecture Bottom Line for Lans and sans
9.3 Introduction to optical transmission
9.3.1 Optical Fibers
9.3.1.1 Signal Degradation
9.3.1.2 Dispersion Phenomena
9.3.1.3 Intermodal Delay Distortion
9.3.1.4 Chromatic Dispersion
9.3.1.5 Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD)
9.3.1.6 Single-Mode Fibers
9.3.1.7 Multimode Fibers
9.3.2 Transmission Approaches
9.3.3 Fiber-Optic Active Components
9.3.3.1 Light-Emitting Diodes
9.3.3.2 Laser Diodes
9.3.3.3 Tunable Lasers
9.3.3.4 Fiber-Optic Receivers
9.3.3.5 Technologies Supporting SONET and WDM Systems
9.3.3.6 MAN, WAN, and Internet
9.4 advances in Lan technology, applications, and opportunities
9.4.1 Increased Aggregate Bandwidth
9.4.1.1 Review of Traditional LAN Technology
9.4.1.2 Gigabit LANs
9.4.2 Rapid Spanning Tree Algorithm
9.4.2.1 Motivations
9.4.2.2 IEEE 802.1w Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
9.4.3 VLANs
9.4.3.1 Port-Based VLANs
9.4.3.2 Tagged VLANs
9.4.3.3 MAC-Based VLANs
9.4.3.4 Protocol-Based VLANs
9.4.3.5 Filtering Database
9.5 san-related technology
9.5.1 Fibre Channel Technology—Native Mode
9.5.1.1 FC
9.5.1.2 10 Gigabit Fibre Channel
9.5.2 FC Technology—Tunneled Modes
appendix 9.1: Basic glossary
evolving man/wan technologies
10.1 the technology architecture Bottom Line for mans and wans
10.2.1.4 Transition Considerations
10.2.2 Synopsis of Baseline MAN Technologies
10.2.2.1 Optical Networking Overview
10.2.2.2 First-Generation Optical Networks
10.2.2.3 Second-Generation Optical Networks
10.2.2.4 Third-Generation Optical Networks
10.2.2.5 Expanding the Infrastructure to Support Higher Capacity
10.2.2.6 SONET Technology
10.2.2.7 Next-Generation SONET and Related Optical Architectures
10.2.2.8 DWDM Systems
10.2.2.12 Coarse Wavelength Division Multiplexing
10.2.2.13 All-Optical Networks
10.2.2.14 Automatically Switched Optical Networks
10.2.2.15 Architectural Principles for ASON
10.2.2.16 Ethernet-Based Solutions
10.2.2.17 Passive Optical Network (PON)
10.3 advances in wan technology, applications, and opportunities
10.3.1 The Concept of Overlay
10.3.2 MPLS and VPNs
10.3.2.1 MPLS Forwarding/Label Switching Mechanism
10.3.2.2 MPLS Label Distribution Mechanism
10.3.2.3 VPNs
appendix 10.1: man/wan acronym List
networking in soa environments*
11.1 Introduction and overview
11.2 XmL, web services, and soa networking
11.2.1 XML Networking
11.2.2 WS Networking
11.2.3 SOA Networking
11.2.3.1 Services Networking
11.2.3.2 Service-Oriented Networking
11.2.3.3 SOA Networking
11.2.3.4 Service-Oriented Network Architecture
11.2.3.5 Application-Oriented Networking
11.3 network architecture Framework
11.4 XmL and soaP messaging
11.4.1 XML Messaging
11.4.2 Basic SOAP Messaging
11.4.2.1 Representational State Transfer (REST)
11.4.3 Advanced SOAP Messaging
11.5 soa security, Identity management, and access Control
11.5.1 Basic SOA Security
11.5.2 Identity Management and Access Control
11.6 security Policy
11.7 Policy management
11.7.1 Policy Life Cycle Management Process
11.7.2 Policy Administration Point
11.7.3 Policy Monitoring Point
11.7.4 Policy Enforcement Points
11.7.5.1 SOA Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC)
11.7.5.2 Service Level Agreements and Contracts
11.7.5.3 User-Defned and Managed Policy
11.8 ws management and monitoring
11.9 Business-Level soa management and analysis
11.9.1 Business-Level SOA Management
11.9.2 Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)
11.9.3 Networked Business Intelligence
11.10 soa Interoperability
11.11 ws standards
11.11.1 Basic Standards
11.11.2 WS-* Standards Extensions
11.11.3 WS-I Basic Profles
11.11.3.1 WS- Basic Profle 1.0
11.11.3.2 WS- Basic Profle 1.1
11.12 soa Platform Functionality, Components, and soa Infrastructure
11.12.1 SOA Platform Functionality
11.12.2 SOA Platform Components
11.12.2.1 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) Component
11.12.2.2 ESB Adapters
11.12.2.3 Registry
11.12.2.4 Repository
11.12.3 SOA Infrastructure
11.13 soa network Infrastructure
11.13.1 Trends Affecting SOA Network Infrastructure
11.13.2 SOA Network Software versus Hardware Network Infrastructure
11.13.3 SOA Network Device Functionality
11.13.4 SOA Network Device Components
11.13.4.1 Acceleration Appliances
11.13.4.2 Integration Appliances
11.13.4.3 Security Appliances
11.13.4.4 SOA Appliances
11.13.4.5 Interoperability Appliances
11.13.5 SOA Network Management Software
11.13.6 SOA Network Confgurations
11.14 vendor-specifc Implementations
11.15 Future of networking in soa environments
appendix 11.1: Basic glossary
12.1 Introduction
12.2 what Is grid Computing and what are the key Issues?
12.5 Comparison with other approaches
appendix: a Basic architecture glossary
references
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