Enterprise Architecture for The Sensing Enterprise: A Research Framework

Erda Guslinar, Husni Sastra MihardjaIping, SuprianaIping Supriana: Internet of Things (IoT) will change many things, open up opportunities and enabling something that was not possible before. IoT provides sensing capability so that enterprise has better global context awareness. This is the Sensing Enterprise, an enterprise that obtains multidimensional information from physical or virtual objects in … Read more

The Digital Diamond Framework: An Enterprise Architecture Framework for the Digital Age

Roy Oberhauser: Enterprise architecture (EA) frameworks of the past have attempted to support the cohesive and comprehensive modeling and documentation of the enterprise, often with a focus on business and information technology (IT). However, the digitalization of enterprises and the complexity of IT have outgrown these matrix box-like frameworks. This paper proposes a digital, holistic, … Read more

Enterprise Thinking for Self-aware Systems

Pat Turner, Ovidiu Noran, Peter Bernus: The paper aims to provide high-level guidance for architects of cyber-physical enterprises such that the nature of interactions within it as a system can be largely self-determined based on system self awareness and dynamic self-configuration, and a set of foundational guiding principles, rather than being pre-defined by an external … Read more

An integrated conceptual model for information system security risk management supported by enterprise architecture management

Nicolas Mayer, Jocelyn Aubert, Eric Grandry, Christophe Feltus, Elio Goettelmann, Roel Wieringa: Risk management is today a major steering tool for any organisation wanting to deal with information system (IS) security. However, IS security risk management (ISSRM) remains a difficult process to establish and maintain, mainly in a context of multi-regulations with complex and inter-connected … Read more

A measurement model to analyze the effect of agile enterprise architecture on geographically distributed agile development

Yehia Ibrahim Alzoubi, Asif Qumer Gill, Bruce Moulton: Efficient and effective communication (active communication) among stakeholders is thought to be central to agile development. However, in geographically distributed agile development (GDAD) environments, it can be difficult to achieve active communication among distributed teams due to challenges such as differences in proximity and time. To date, … Read more