Architectural Design is a structured process that bridges the gap between analysis and design; transforming user requirements into a foundation for the detailed design of the solution.
||OVERVIEW OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
A complete Architectural Design consists of the conceptual architecture, the business architecture, and the physical architecture.
Conceptual Architectural Design involves the identification of architectural constraints and the technology direction of the organization.
Once identified, a “rough picture” of the implementation is developed.
Business Architectural Design is the partitioning of the proposed solution by human/machine boundaries, time boundaries, distribution boundaries, etc.
Once the solution is partitioned, the interfaces are identified.
Physical Architectural Design maps the technology decisions to these partitions.
It is a design that identifies system interfaces, data stores, automated processes, communication approaches, security, disaster recovery, etc.
Students of Advanced Strategies’ Architectural Design Course will return to work:
- Recognizing, the importance Architectural Design.
- Understanding, at the overview level, how Business Models are transformed in design.
- Understanding, at the overview level, the process for Architectural Design.
- Introduction to Architectural Design
- The Design Life Cycle
- Conceptual Product Design
- Establishing Design Priorities
- The Architectural Design Process
- Packaging the Design Proposal
Who Should Attend:
This course is targeted for Business Analysts and Designers leading, sponsoring or working on the transformation of business models to an architectural design.
Business Event Modeling
Business Object Modeling
Business Process Analysis - Optimizing the "To-Be"
Technical Data Modeling
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