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Implementing SOA: Total Architecture in Practice by Paul C. Brown

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Chapter 43. The Enterprise Architecture Group

Enterprise systems are built over time, piece by piece, project by project. It is rare that an individual project team has both the time and the perspective to consider the enterprise systems as a whole. It is the enterprise architecture group’s responsibility to establish this perspective and guide the day-to-day activities of individual projects.

Throughout this book there are a number of chapters that discuss specific issues requiring this type of perspective and guidance. A look at the topic areas of these chapters reveals the scope of the enterprise architecture group’s responsibilities: business processes, domain modeling, communications, data, coordination, fault tolerance, high availability, ...

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