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A pattern based methodology for analyzing enterprise architecture landscape


Jihane Lakhrouit and Karim Baïna

Nowadays, enterprise architecture (EA) has garnered considerable attention from both practitioners and academics in the fields of information systems and business management. Enterprise architecture (EA) is an approach to managing the complexity of an organizations structures, information technology (IT) and business environment, and facilitating the integration of strategy, personnel, business and IT towards a common goal through the production and use of structural models providing a holistic view of the organization. In this paper, we present a complete pattern based methodology for evaluating the complexity of enterprise architecture. Our objective is to propose an evaluating methodology for guiding designers and architects in evaluating and improving the EA models. Furthermore, our enterprise architecture patterns system will be used for an automated support so as to manage the evaluation of enterprise architecture complexityEnterprise Architecture; EA patterns; Analysis of Enterprise Architecture

Keywords: Enterprise Architecture; EA patterns; Analysis of Enterprise Architecture; Complexity

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Jihane Lakhrouit
University Mohammed V, ENSIAS Alqualsadi research team on Enterprise Architecture Rabat, Morocco

Karim Baïna
University Mohammed V, ENSIAS Alqualsadi research team on Enterprise Architecture Rabat, Morocco


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