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About usage of SAP EAM (Enterprise Architecture Framework) and PowerDesigner

Sep 26, 2017 at 11:52 AM


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SAP has released during SAPPHIRE user conference in 2007 The SAP Enterprise Architecture Framework (EAF). At origin EAF is a toolset primarily to support the effective adoption of SOA. It's based on The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) and specifically designed to support packaged solutions and Service-oriented architecture (SOA).

As you know the TOGAF Architecture Development Method is a generic method for architecture development, which is designed to deal with most system and organizational requirements.

SAP EAF was developed by a team of SAP consulting peoples and Capgemini Enterprise Architects.

I assume that the SAP consultants have created extensions for PowerDesigner. Where can I find information about EAM and PowerDesigner? Who do I speak to?

According to SAP ads, SAP consultants use PowerDesigner for all their software development.

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Adi Mogilevsky Jan 25 at 01:36 AM


It looks like the abandoned by SAP Framework - TOGAF and SAP EAF Marriage did not long last.

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