How was Training?

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“Interaction with the trainer and colleagues was valuable in setting the principles firmly into a real-world context.” - Integration Architect, Experian, UK, Mar 2013

Recommend PEAF?

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“Yes - it is an easy framework to use and understand” - Principal Architect, SARS, South Africa, Jan 2015



Here we map the Zachman Ontology to the structural Ontology of POET.:

¨      Rows 1 and 2 map to the top two levels of MACE (Contextual and Conceptual) but not completely:

¨      The How and When columns talk of processes and therefore map only to the Process sub-domain of the Methods domain of MACE.

¨      The What column talks in terms of business entities and therefore maps to the Artefact domain of MACE.

¨      The Where column talks in terms of location and therefore maps only to the Location sub-domain of the Environment domain of MACE.

¨      The Who talks in terms of people and therefore maps only to the people sub-domain of the Culture domain of MACE.

¨      Rows 3, 4 and 5 map directly to the Logical, Physical and Operation levels in MACE, however only in relation to IT as those rows only talk in terms of systems and technologies.

¨      Row 6 maps directly to the Physical World level of MACE.

 

Do you agree? If not, why not?

If not, how would you map these things?

 

 

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