The physical elements are added as an extension to the Technology Layer for modeling the physical world. Physical Layer Example An (1) Assembly Line, modeled as equipment, and installed at a facility (2) Manufacturing Plant, makes use of materials (A) Pre-Assembled Circuit Board, (B) Internal Antenna, and (C) Plastic Case
The strategy elements are used to model the capabilities of an organization, and how they are to be changed in order to achieve business outcomes. Strategy Layer Example (1) Increase Profit is a goal that can be decomposed into a two other goals: (2) Decrease Costs and (3) Increase Revenue.
The Implementation and Migration Extension adds concepts to support the implementation and migration of architectures in Phase E (Opportunities and Solutions), Phase F (Migration Planning), and Phase G (Implementation Governance) of the TOGAF ADM. This extension includes concepts for modeling implementation programs and projects to support program, portfolio, and project
The Technology Layer describes system software applications and infrastructure. Whenever applicable, the ArchiMate language has drawn analogies with the Business and Application Layers. Technology Layer Example In this example, structural, behavioral, and informational concepts of the Technology Layer are illustrated. The structural technology node “ (1)Mainframe” is shown to contain
ArchiSurance – Business Layer Example In this example, (1) Client and (2) ArchiSurance are business actors, the active entities that perform behavior such as business processes or functions. A business role is assigned to each actor. (1) Client has the role of (3)Insurant and makes use of the Damage insurance
ArchiSurance – Application Layer Example In this example below, both structural and behavioral concepts of the Application Layer are illustrated. “(1) Web front end” is the application interface that provides access to the application service called “(2) Policy creation service”. It is a composite part of the Home & Away policy