A Simplified Approach to IT Architecture with BPMN

A Coherent Methodology for Modeling Every Level of the Enterprise

by David W. Enstrom


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/14/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 7.5x9.25
Page Count : 386
ISBN : 9781491784976
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 386
ISBN : 9781491784969

About the Book

A Simplified Approach to IT Architecture with BPMN: A Coherent Methodology for Modeling Every Level of the Enterprise distills the insights a seasoned IT professional gathered over the course of thirty-five years spent studying, designing, deploying, critiquing, and refining IT architectures. This approach, rooted in models, follows a logical process for creating architectures that can unify IT across every level of the enterprise.

David Enstrom, a published author with education and extensive experience in the field, places the Business Process Model and Notation—the title’s BPMN—at the heart of the Unified Architecture Method—UAM—that undergirds this work’s method. The highly structured contents of A Simplified Approach to IT Architecture with BPMN cover an array of topics: the demystification of IT architecture; the description of UAM; how to architect-in IT security; the delineation of Business, Logical, and Technical Perspectives; and the depiction of architectural patterns.

The additions of a bibliography, a glossary, several supplementary sections, and an index supplement the main presentation in A Simplified Approach to IT Architecture with BPMN, rendering it a comprehensive source for IT professionals charged with responsibilities for IT architecture at every level of the enterprise.


About the Author

David Enstrom, recently retired after thirty-three years designing and developing information technology, earned a bachelor of science degree in mathematics and engineering from Queen’s University. His specialties include enterprise IT architecture and security, IT strategy design, and architecture process definition. Mr. Enstrom resides in Canada.