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ArchiMate® is the open standard modeling language for Enterprise Architecture, maintained by The Open Group. In this presentation, we explain the basics of the new 2.0 version of the ArchiMate language, including the two extensions (Motivation & Implementation and migration) that are part of the ArchiMate 2.0 standard.
In the presentation, we also show how it fully complements the TOGAF® method for EA development. Based on snapshots from case experiences from different companies, we illustrate the use and advantages of ArchiMate.
Intended audience: Enterprise architects, business architects, IT architects, (IT) managers, CIO’s, as well as everyone interested in TOGAF, ArchiMate and enterprise architecture
- Get a full introduction to the ArchiMate EA modeling language
- See how ArchiMate is fully aligned to TOGAF
- Understand snapshot examples of ArchiMate from daily practice
Dr. Harmen van den Berg is a director and co-founder of BiZZdesign. BiZZdesign offers complete and integrated solutions (tools, methods, consultancy and training) to design and improve organizations, from enterprise architecture to process management.
Harmen van den Berg studied mathematics at the Utrecht University, and did his PhD at Twente University. He was an assistent professor at Twente University, and scientific researcher at Telematica Instituut. At BiZZdesign, Harmen developed methods and techniques for business process engineering and enterprise architecture, and applied these as consultant at various organizations. Harmen is now responsible for Enterprise Architecture and training development. He has authored several publications on EA and BPM, and is chair of the Dutch ArchiMate Usage working group. He is ArchiMate-certified, and trainer of TOGAF and ArchiMate courses. Harmen is a speaker at many EA-conferences, like LAC, EAC, EAM, and The Open Group.
|Date: March 22nd, 2012
Starts at 18h (doors open & networking from 17h30)
Networking event from 19h30 onwards
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