A wiki-based approach to enterprise architecture documentation and analysis
|A wiki-based approach to enterprise architecture documentation and analysis|
|Author(s)||Buckl S., Matthes F., Neubert C., Schweda C.M.|
|Published in||17th European Conference on Information Systems, ECIS 2009|
|Keyword(s)||Enterprise architecture, Information modeling, Wikis (Extra: Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise architecture managements, Information Modeling, Management tool, Potential impediments, Wikis, Information theory, Information systems)|
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A wiki-based approach to enterprise architecture documentation and analysis is a 2009 conference paper written in English by Buckl S., Matthes F., Neubert C., Schweda C.M. and published in 17th European Conference on Information Systems, ECIS 2009.
Enterprise architecture (EA) management is a challenging task, modern enterprises have to face. This task is often addressed via organization-specific methodologies, which are implemented or derived from a respective EA management tool, or are at least partially aligned and supported by such tools. Nevertheless, especially when starting an EA management endeavor, the documentation of the EA is often not likely to satisfy the level of formalization, which is needed to employ an EA management tool. This paper address the issue of starting EA management, more precise EA documentation and analysis, by utilizing a wiki-based approach. From there, we discuss which functions commonly implemented in wiki-systems could be used in this context, which augmentations and extensions would be needed, and which potential impediments exist.
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