A behavior element that groups automated behavior that can be performed by an application component.
An organizational state change that triggers processes; may originate from inside or outside the organization and may be resolved inside or outside the organization.
Business Function delivers business capabilities closely aligned to an organization, but not necessarily explicitly governed by the organization.
A hierarchical listing of Processes. Processes are comprised of more granular Processes. A Process can belong to more than one parent Process i.e., a common Process. Process is essential to understand the constituent components of value streams/ value stream stages in a hierarchical sequences and to identify the association with the related entities.
Business Rules defines a constraint on one or more aspects of the Process that is intended to assert business structure or influence the behavior of the same.
Logical Application component is an encapsulation of application functionality that is independent of a particular implementation. As such, it is a replaceable part of a system. It encapsulates its contents and exposes its functionality through a set of interfaces. An application component performs one or more application functions. It may collaborate with other application components Read more about Component[…]
Control is an action or a mechanism put in place to manage a risk. It represents a decision-making step with accompanying decision logic used to determine execution approach for a process or to ensure that a process complies with governance criteria.
Accordingly to TOGAF, The highest level (typically) of description of an organization and typically covers all missions and functions. An enterprise will often span multiple organizations. In many cases it can referred as entire business of an organization.
Application Interface is a point of access where an application service is made available to a consumer (e.g., a business process, another application component etc.). It specifies how the functionality of a component can be accessed by other components (i.e., a provided interface), or which functionality the component requires from other components (i.e., required interface). Read more about Interface[…]