Tag Archives: TOGAF

Complementary Frameworks

Author: Brian Johnson This whitepaper does not attempt to cover the A to Z of methods, frameworks and standards that can be used in combination with BiSL® Next (or with any of the frameworks included here). It is a brief summary of some of the more popular and widely used…

SABSA – in 3 minutes

The basics of SABSA SABSA is a framework for developing risk-driven enterprise information security and information assurance architectures and for delivering security infrastructure solutions that support critical business initiatives. It is an open standard, comprising a number of frameworks, models, methods and processes,  free for use by all, with no licensing…

A comparison of Enterprise architecture methods (Dutch)

Op initiatief van het NGI (Nederlands Genootschap voor Informatica) is enkele jaren geleden bij Van Haren het boek “Wegwijzer bij methoden voor enterprise-architectuur” verschenen. In dat boek heb ik, samen met vakgenoten, een aantal enterprise-architectuurmethoden vergeleken. Doel was hulp bieden bij het maken van een keuze tussen al die methoden…

Application Portfolio Management: An introduction

Application Portfolio Management: Synergies with Enterprise Architecture and Project Portfolio Management Application Portfolio Management (APM) is a practice that has emerged in mid to large size (IT) organizations since the mid 1990s. APM attempts to use the lessons of project and/or financial portfolio management to justify and measure the (financial)…

The overlap between ITIL and TOGAF

Where ITIL V3 and TOGAF® meet This blog post is taken from the free White paper TOGAF™ 9 and ITIL® V3 Two Frameworks Whitepaper by Tom van Sante and Jeroen Ermers, Getronics Consulting This post is specifically looking at the overlap between ITIL and TOGAF. Until the latest versions of…