How was Training?

more

dense, yet informative. need time to integrate knowledge... - Principle Architect, Ichthyos, USA, Aug 2013

Recommend PEAF?

more

Yes - Seriously I don't know .. However I liked it .. I may recommend all my architects to spend some time and understand PEAF and ask them to come back whether we can use it for our customers. Since they have very depth knowledge on the Business processe - Senior Architect, SLK Software Services Pvt LTD, India, Jan 2015

  Introduction   Context   Methods   Artefacts   Culture   Environment   Adoption  

Desktop

Mobile

 

<< Previous <<

>> Next >>

Here we have expanded the disciplines and moved the various models to the top and bottom of the diagram.

      Solid lines indicate models that are created in this phase. Outputs.

      Dotted lines indicate models that are created in another phase (either below or above). Inputs.

      An arrow at the top pointing up, indicates that information from this phase is used by the phase above.

      An arrow at the top pointing down, indicates that information from the phase above is used by this phase.

      An arrow at the bottom pointing up, indicates that information is used from the phase below.

      An arrow at the bottom pointing down, indicates that information from this phase is used by the phase below.

All disciplines are of an iterative nature.

The interaction between these disciplines is also of an iterative nature.

 

Does your Enterprise allow for iteration in and between these disciplines?

If not, does that create any problems?

If so, what needs to be done to alleviate them?

 

 

2008-2016 Pragmatic EA Ltd