In most cases, implementations of business processes could be discovered in different segments of an end-state architecture. The mission then is to identify sub-architectures in an end-state architecture by analyzing the business activities and the manner in which they achieve business goals. Doing this would ultimately help dissecting an end-state architecture into smaller design sections. This analysis may render answers to the vital questions that follow:
There might be instances where an end-state architecture, however, would not divulge business implementations in the overall design. This would introduce challenges to the architecture classification efforts. In such case, refer to Chapter 9 that elaborates on end-state architecture decomposition by pursuing technical analysis practices.