Enterprise Architecture

Landmark Blue uses its own pragmatic and practical framework for Enterprise Architecture projects. Inspired by TOGAF, Zachman and eTom, it guides the process of defining a new target architecture and implementing it. It also includes templates for the architecture models that capture the essense of the business, and the technology to support it. See frameworks: EA framework.

Landmark Blue can

  • lead your EA project
  • facilitate workshops for analysis and definition of as-is and to-be architectures
  • help describe and document today's situation, from both a business and technology perspective
  • help you define a target architecture that fulfills the organization's needs, across business units and projects
  • help you define a roadmap, and scope projects for implementing the target architecture
  • enable your organization to continously improve, through an iterative EA approach

Integration Architecture

Integration Architecture can be about analyzing or defining application interfaces, and choosing the target integration strategy, in the context of an Enterprise Architecture initiative. It is also about the specification and design of actual services and integrations, for specific solutions.

Landmark Blue can help you with

  • defining your target integration architecture
  • defining, establishing and implementing a Service Oriented Architecture, supporting your Business Process Management scheme
  • establishing an integration architecture and implementation framework
  • choosing the right integration approach for different integration scenarios
  • composing, specifying and designing services and integrations