1 year, 9 months ago

Accurate Insights into the Runtime Topology of Application Landscapes

In his previous EAPJ article “Application Landscape Views and SOA”…

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2 years, 2 months ago

The July 2020 ArchiMate Quiz

The last quiz was quite a while ago I am sorry to say. But today I am offering a new one. My quizzes in the past often where there to illustrate some weirdness in ArchiMate or something that could trip… Read More The July 2020 ArchiMate Quiz

2 years, 5 months ago

Belief #10 Best architecture practices value communication and stakeholder engagement over intricate modelling

Have you ever created a well-defined and precise model describing the architecture of your project or business – only to see that it is not really used? You end up with outdated diagrams, a beautiful meta-model and an advanced modelling tool that can generate reports and XML, while your key stakeholders keep discussing their stupid…

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2 years, 5 months ago

Models, assumptions, risks and consequences.

Expressing real life situations as mathematical models drive decisions on how to respond appropriately. Assumptions are not facts but do have a probability of occurring. Confidence in a model is an important factor of both the likelihood of the assumptions being correct and the quality and quantity of the data … Continue reading

3 years, 2 days ago

Towards Data Model Harmony

Last week, someone asked me how I go about producing a data model. I found out afterwards that my answer was considered too brief. So here’s a longer version of my answer.The first thing to consider is the purpose of the modelling. Sometimes there is a…