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Mastering Archimate Edition Iii

Author : Gerben Wierda
ISBN : 9081984098
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Third edition of the much praised introduction and in-depth book that teaches the leading enterprise architecture modeling language ArchiMate 3. Includes explanations for many subjects that are modeled, such as SOA/API, ESB, Bitcoin/blockchain, Infrastructure as Code, etc. Also contains a BPMN primer. With 380 diagrams.

Intelligent Interactive Multimedia Systems And Services

Author : Giuseppe De Pietro
ISBN : 9783319922317
Genre : Computers
File Size : 38.50 MB
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This volume presents a series of carefully selected papers on the theme of Intelligent Interactive Multimedia Systems and Services (IIMSS-18), but also including contributions on Innovation in Medicine and Healthcare (InMed-18) and Smart Transportation Systems (STS-18). The papers were presented at the Smart Digital Futures 2018 multi-theme conference, which grouped the AMSTA, IDT, InMed, SEEL, STS and IIMSS conferences in one venue in Gold Coast, Australia in June 2018. IIMSS-18 included sessions on 'Cognitive Systems and Big Data Analytics', 'Data Processing and Secure Systems', 'Innovative Information Services for Advanced Knowledge Activity', 'Autonomous System' and ' Image Processing'. InMed-18 papers cover major areas of 'Digital Architecture for Internet of Things, Big data, Cloud and Mobile IT in Healthcare' and 'Advanced ICT for Medical and Healthcare'. STS-18 papers provide a comprehensive overview of various aspects of current research into intelligent transportation technology.
Category: Computers

The Practice Of Enterprise Modeling

Author : Jaap Gordijn
ISBN : 9783030351519
Genre : Computers
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This volume constitutes the proceedings of the 12th IFIP WG 8.1 Conference on the Practice of Enterprise Modeling held in November 2019 in Luxembourg, Luxembourg. The conference was created by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Working Group 8.1 to offer a forum for knowledge transfer and experience sharing between the academic and practitioner communities. The 15 full papers accepted were carefully reviewed and selected from 35 submissions. They are grouped by the following topics: modeling and ontologies; reference architectures and patterns; methods for architectures and models; and enterprise architecture for security, privacy and compliance.
Category: Computers

Chess And The Art Of Enterprise Architecture

Author : Gerben Wierda
ISBN : 9081984055
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Enterprise Architecture is the discipline of managing the complexities of the Business-IT landscape. It has been around since the 1980's, when for the first time computers were connected in networks, and the already serious (and unsolved) problem of the complexity of computer programs for relatively simple business needs turned into the huge problem of large networks of them in complex business landscapes. In spite of many 'best practices' and 'frameworks' that have been introduced, Enterprise Architecture is not a great success. After thirty years, we still have the same problems. Chaos is still everywhere. Projects still fail far too often. In this book, (hidden) assumptions behind the existing approaches to enterprise architecture are challenged, and a more realistic perspective that helps us battle the complexities and unpredictabilities of today's Business-IT landscapes is described. Practical suggestions about enterprise architecture governance and products, based on real-world experience with the described approach, complete the book. From general management to IT professionals, everyone who is confronted with the problem of managing Business-IT landscapes can profit from the insights this book offers. No specialist prior knowledge is required. Gerben Wierda is author of Mastering ArchiMate, and was, amongst other things, Lead Architect of the Judiciary in The Netherlands, Lead Architect of APG Asset Management, and is now Team Coordinator Architecture & Design at APG. He holds an M.Sc in Physics from the University of Groningen and an MBA from RSM Erasmus, Rotterdam.

Data Management A Gentle Introduction

Author : Bas van Gils
ISBN : 9789401805520
Genre : Education
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The overall objective of this book is to show that data management is an exciting and valuable capability that is worth time and effort. More specifically it aims to achieve the following goals: 1. To give a “gentle” introduction to the field of DM by explaining and illustrating its core concepts, based on a mix of theory, practical frameworks such as TOGAF, ArchiMate, and DMBOK, as well as results from real-world assignments. 2. To offer guidance on how to build an effective DM capability in an organization.This is illustrated by various use cases, linked to the previously mentioned theoretical exploration as well as the stories of practitioners in the field. The primary target groups are: busy professionals who “are actively involved with managing data”. The book is also aimed at (Bachelor’s/ Master’s) students with an interest in data management. The book is industry-agnostic and should be applicable in different industries such as government, finance, telecommunications etc. Typical roles for which this book is intended: data governance office/ council, data owners, data stewards, people involved with data governance (data governance board), enterprise architects, data architects, process managers, business analysts and IT analysts. The book is divided into three main parts: theory, practice, and closing remarks. Furthermore, the chapters are as short and to the point as possible and also make a clear distinction between the main text and the examples. If the reader is already familiar with the topic of a chapter, he/she can easily skip it and move on to the next.
Category: Education

Serviceology For Services

Author : Yoshinori Hara
ISBN : 9783319612409
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Serviceology for Services, held in Vienna, Austria, in July 2017. The 21 full papers and one tutorial paper presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 75 submissions. The papers are organized around the following topics: human-centered service; customer satisfaction; service innovation and marketing; service design.
Category: Computers