One of the most important parts of Frameworx is its guidelines for architecture and governance that can be applied to building well integrated management solutions. Frameworx architecture and governance guides provide direction on how operational processes can be automated by utilizing standardized information definitions from the Information Framework to define standardized, reusable Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)-based Business Services.
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5 Things you can do with Integration Framework Architecture and Governance
- Follow a blueprint for designing and implementing your management systems solution, reducing development time and lifecycle costs by following industry architecture standards
- By using standardized processes, information and applications together, create an environment of repeatability and well understood integration across systems, improving quality, consistency, and interoperability in your management solutions
- Lower cost and risk of implementing commercial off the shelf (COTS) software based solutions and interchangeable architecture approaches
- Service providers and suppliers can speak the same language regarding architecture and solution implementation
- Reduce commitment to single vendor solutions by enabling interchangeability of software applications
What does Frameworx have for Architects
Frameworx provides a number of best practices and standards targeted towards architecting standardized solutions. Highlights include:
- Business Services/Reference Architecture: this document provides a full definition for Business Services from the Business and System views. A Frameworx Business Service (aka Contract) represents a specification of system capability to achieve a stated business purpose.
- Metamodel: Documents for understanding the design of Frameworx and its elements
- Business Metrics: Quantify your highest priority areas for improvement by measuring your company’s performance with our Business Metrics.