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Enterprise Architecture Framework (ESA Adoption Program)

I have read that SAP has its own Enterprise Architecture Framework which is used by their own consulting Division. I have read this will be moved to the public domain in the first quarter 2007 to complement ESA. Does anyone know when this will be available and how it can be accessed.

Will this be linked to the ESA Adoption Program and will there be accelerators available.

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    Posted on Jan 26, 2007 at 04:26 PM


    I see some kind of feedback loop between system's ESA Adoption Program (ESOA Roadmap) and SAP EA Framework in this way that :

    1. ESA Adoption Program (process) reflects common business/organisational and IT strategy and defines SOA projects in which Solution Architecture and Enterprise Architecture must be build or rebuild.

    In consequence SAP EA Framework is used.

    2. Plan Phase of SAP EA Framework Architecture Development Cycle (ADC) with defined gaps between "to-be" and "as-is" affects Define and Evaluate Phase of ESA Adoption Program by defining details, corrections and new possibilities around services in existing Program.

    Additionally if we have new Building Blocks (eg new components to reuse) SAP EA Framework Repository is changed.

    3. In effect next "New Solution" project is conducted by updated ESA Adoption Program and uses updated SAP EA Framework,


    Krzysztof Ziemba

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