COIS 412

1 ) Course Number : COIS 412 Name : Enterprise Architecture
     

   

2)  Credits : 3 Contact Hours : 42 Hrs. Lecture
 
3)  Course Coordinator’s Name : Dr. Arda Yunianta
       
4)  Text Book :

Collaborative enterprise architecture by Stefan Bente, Uwe Bombosch, Shailendra Langade; Morgan Kaufmann Publishers is an imprint of Elsevier, 2012, ISBN: 978-0-12-415934-1.

       
5)  Other References :

The SIM Guide to Enterprise Architecture by Kappelman Leon, CRC press, 2009, ISBN: 978-4398-1113-9, ISBN 10: 143981113X, Catalog no: K10555.

       
     

Jaap Schekkerman, How to Survive in the Jungle of Enterprise Architecture Frameworks: Creating or Choosing an Enterprise Architecture Framework, Trafford Publishing, 2006, ISBN-10: 141201607X

       
      David S. Linthicum, Cloud Computing and SOA Convergence in Your Enterprise: A Step-by-Step Guide 1st Edition, Addison-Wesley Professional, 2009, ISBN-10: 9780136009221.
       
6)  Specific Course Information
         
  a. Synopsis :

This course explores the design, selection, implementation and management of enterprise IT solutions. The focus is on applications, infrastructure, and their fit with the business. Students learn frameworks and strategies for infrastructure management, system administration, data / information architecture, content management, distributed computing, middleware, legacy system integration, system consolidation, software selection, total cost of ownership calculation, IT investment analysis, and emerging technologies. These topics are addressed both within and beyond the organization, with attention paid to managing risk and security within audit and compliance standards. Students also have the ability to communicate technology architecture strategies concisely to a general business audience.

         
  b. Prerequisites :

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  c. Type of Course : IS Department Core
         
7)  Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)
   
  Upon finishing this course, the students should be able to:
  1. Understand a variety of frameworks for enterprise architecture analysis and decision making.
  2. Evaluate the total cost of ownership and return on investment for architecture alternatives.
  3.

Utilize techniques for assessing and managing risk across the portfolio of the enterprise

  4.

Evaluate and plan for the integration of emerging technologies.

  5. Administer systems, including the use of virtualization and monitoring, power and cooling issues.
  6. Manage proliferating types and volume of content.
  7. Understand the core concepts of data/information architecture and evaluate existing data/information architecture designs plan for business continuity.
  8. Understand the benefits and risks of service oriented architecture.
  9..

Understand the role of audit and compliance in enterprise architecture.

     
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9)  Course Topics and Their Duration
   
 

Number

Description

Duration in weeks

1

Enterprise Architecture
- A deep understanding
- Basic attributes of Architecture
- The components of an
- Enterprise Architecture
- Process of Architecting

1

2

Goals and Benefits of Enterprise Architecture
- The Mandate of an Enterprise Architect
- Controlling IT complexity
- Aligning business and IT

1

3

Core Activities of EA
- Defining the IT Strategy
- Modeling the Architectures
- Evolving the IT Landscape
- Assessing and Building Capabilities
- Developing and Enforcing Standards and Guidelines
- Monitoring the Project Portfolio
- Leading or Coaching Projects
- Managing Risks Involved in IT

1

4

Enterprise Architecture Frameworks
- What Is an EA Framework
- The Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture
- The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF)
- Gartner Methodology (Formerly META Framework)
- The Role and Use of EA Frameworks

1

5

Foundations of Collaborative EA
- Reflections on Complexity
- The EA Dashboard as a Yardstick for EA Effectiveness

1

6

Enterprise Data Models
- The Best Practice Approach Steps
- Building a comprehensive Strategy for Enterprise Data Management

1

7

Storages and Systems Virtualization
- Virtualization
- Type of Virtualization
- Reasons for virtualization
- Benefits of Data Virtualization

1

8

Systems and Data Integration (Methods and Technologies)
- Top Three Data Integration Inhibitors
- Enterprise Business Data
- Data Integration Architecture
- Data Integration Techniques and Technologies
- Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) Overview

1

9

Business Process and Interface Monitoring (SAP (Systems Applications and Products))
- Phase Process in SAP
- Business Process Monitoring Architecture with MAI
- Implementation Phases of Business Process Monitoring and  Improvement

1

10

Enterprise Resource Planning(ERP)
- ERP Process
- Core Components of ERP
- Interface of Modules
- How To Implement ERP

1

11

Service oriented architecture
- Why need SOA
- Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)
- SOA Architecture

1

12

Business Continuity
- Where Business Continuity Fits
- The Business Continuity Lifecycle
- Key Steps to a BCP

1

13

The Risk Management Process
- What is the Risk Management process
- Steps of the Risk Management Process
- Managing stakeholder perceptions for management of risk
- Tips for effective communication and consultation

1

14

Convergence of Emerging Technologies to Address the Challenges of The 21st Century
- Intelligent Sensors And Wireless Sensor Networks
- Intelligent Cars & Smart Highways
- Tele-Health (Wireless Healthcare Monitoring)
- Microelectromechanical Systems (Mems)

1

 
10)  Class Schedule
 

Meet 50 minutes 3 times/week

   
11)  Assessment Tools and Marks Distribution
     
 

ASSESSMENT

Percentage of Marks

Quiz 1

7 %

Quiz 2

7 %

Assignment 1

4 %

Assignment 2

4 %

Assignment 3

4 %

Assignment 4

4 %

Mid Term 1

15%

Mid Term 2

15%

Final Exam

40%

TOTAL

100.00

 
   

Last Update
11/9/2021 10:00:38 AM