What is ADM in TOGAF?

What is ADM in TOGAF?

What is ADM in TOGAF?

The TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) forms the core of TOGAF. It is a reliable, proven method for developing an IT architecture that meets the business needs of an organization, utilizing the other elements of TOGAF described in this document, and other architectural assets available to the organization.

Is ArchiMate a graphical language for TOGAF?

The ArchiMate language, as described in this Technical Standard, complements TOGAF in that it provides a vendor-independent set of concepts, including a graphical representation, that helps to create a consistent, integrated model “below the waterline”, which can be depicted in the form of TOGAF views.

What is Sparx tool?

Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect is a visual modeling and design tool based on the OMG UML. The platform supports: the design and construction of software systems; modeling business processes; and modeling industry based domains.

How many phases are in ADM?

The Architecture Development Method (ADM) has ten Phases, as identified here. The approach and complete description of each Phase are provided in the TOGAF documentation available on The Open Group website, to identify the objectives, inputs, steps and outputs of each phase.

What is the use of ArchiMate?

ArchiMate is a modeling language developed by The Open Group. It uses clear and consistent terminology to visually map connections within a business. ArchiMate allows you to visualize how a business is structured—its process, information, and data flows; its technical infrastructure; and the systems involved in it.

What is a UML boundary?

Boundaries (view/service collaborator) Objects that interface with system actors (e.g. a user or external service). Windows, screens and menus are examples of boundaries that interface with users. Controls (controller) Objects that mediate between boundaries and entities.