10 guerrilla tactics for Enterprise Architects

The Enterprise Architect has a hard job, defending long-term goals against ad hoc projects. To arm the Enterprise Architect the following guerrilla tactics could be used when the friendly and formal approach did not do the job.  Maybe not to be used, but at least something laugh (and think) about. Top 10 guerrilla tactics  Be on the side…

Enterprise Architecture Patterns Catalog

I found the following paper by the TU Munchen an interesting development in the maturity of Enterprise Architecture Management, a catalog of EAM patterns: *** From their website *** The EAM Pattern Catalog identifies the dependencies between individual management concerns (Which goal is to be achieved for which stakeholders?), management methodologies (Which activities are required…

The theory of Data Warehousing

Data Warehouse in general How the Business Dimensional Lifecycle can support the development of the Corporate Information Factory Developing a data warehousing solution like Ralph Kimbal’s Corporate Information Factory (CIF) will, in most cases, be a windy road. In these situations the Business Dimensional Lifecycle (BDL) will support the development of the data warehouse solution…