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ArchiMate®, an Open Group Standard, is an open and independent modeling language for Enterprise Architecture that is supported by different tool vendors and consulting firms. ArchiMate provides instruments to enable enterprise architects to describe, analyze, and visualize the relationships among business domains in an unambiguous way. This book provides the official specification of ArchiMate 2.0 from The Open Group. ArchiMate 2.0 is an upwards-compatible evolution from ArchiMate 1.0 adding new features, as well as addressing usage feedback. The ArchiMate 2.0 Standard supports modeling throughout the TOGAF® Architecture Development Method (ADM). The intended audience is threefold: Enterprise Architecture practitioners, such as architects (e.g., application, information, process, infrastructure, and, obviously, enterprise architects), senior and operational management, project leaders, and anyone committed to work within the reference framework defined by the Enterprise Architecture. Those who intend to implement ArchiMate in a software tool; they will find a complete and detailed description of the language in this book. The academic community, on which we rely for amending and improving the language based on state-of-the-art research results in the architecture field.

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Title:

ArchiMate® 2.0 Specification

A Publication of:

The Open Group

Publisher:

Van Haren Publishing, Zaltbommel, www.vanharen.net

 

This digital publication is based upon the 1st edition, 2nd impression, June 2012: with ISBN 978 90 8753 692 3

ISBN Hard copy:

978 90 8753 692 3

ISBN eBook:

978 90 8753 947 4

Edition:

First edition, second impression, June 2012

Design and Layout:

CO2 Premedia, Amersfoort-NL

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© The Open Group 2009-2012All rights reserved

No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior permission of the copyright owner. It is fair use of this specification for implementers to use the names, labels, etc. contained within the specification. The intent of publication of the specification is to encourage implementations of the specification.

Document Number: C118

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Contents

Table of Figures

Preface

Trademarks

Acknowledgements

Referenced Documents

1     Introduction

2     Language Structure

2.1     Design Approach

2.2     Core Concepts

2.3     Collaboration and Interaction

2.4     Relationships

2.5     Layering

2.6     The ArchiMate Framework

2.7     Motivation Extension

2.8     Implementation and Migration Extension

2.9     ArchiMate and TOGAF

3     Business Layer

3.1     Business Layer Metamodel

3.2     Structural Concepts

3.2.1     Business Actor

3.2.2     Business Role

3.2.3     Business Collaboration

3.2.4     Business Interface

3.2.5     Location

3.2.6     Business Object

3.3     Behavioral Concepts

3.3.1     Business Process

3.3.2     Business Function

3.3.3     Business Interaction

3.3.4     Business Event

3.3.5     Business Service

3.4     Informational Concepts

3.4.1     Representation

3.4.2     Meaning

3.4.3     Value

3.4.4     Product

3.4.5     Contract

3.5     Summary of Business Layer Concepts

4     Application Layer

4.1     Application Layer Metamodel

4.2     Structural Concepts

4.2.1     Application Component

4.2.2     Application Collaboration

4.2.3     Application Interface

4.2.4     Data Object

4.3     Behavioral Concepts

4.3.1     Application Function

4.3.2     Application Interaction

4.3.3     Application Service

4.4     Summary of Application Layer Components

5     Technology Layer

5.1     Technology Layer Metamodel

5.2     Structural Concepts

5.2.1     Node

5.2.2     Device

5.2.3     System Software

5.2.4     Infrastructure Interface

5.2.5     Network

5.2.6     Communication Path

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