Business architecture

Having identified the requirements for the solution, the first step is to specify the architecture of the application in terms of its business components, some of which may be acquired from the component repository. Business architecture is a conceptual view of the solution, based on concepts that are meaningful to the analysts, designers, and developers.

From the BPM, domain and requirement models it is possible to abstract a view of the overall business architecture supporting the business solution. Three distinct views – process, responsibility, and information – can be analyzed in the existing models and integrated to form a set of candidate components and the dependencies between them. This derived architecture is a ...

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