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CHAPTER 11 Enterprise Architectures 111 Managing Enterprise Architecture Enterprise ArchitectureEA includes plans for how an organization builds deploys usesshares its data processesIT assetsunified EA will standardize enterprisewide hardwaresoftware systems with tighter links to business strategy benefits of solid EAodecreased costs oincreased standardizationopromote reuse of IT assetsospeed development of new systems oend result make IT cheaper strategicmore responsiveprimary business goals of EA oreduce costsimprove productivity oimprove customer satisfactionocreate competitive advantage ogenerate growthogenerate new revenue streamsooptimize the supply chain Basic EA contains 3 components1Data architecture identifies wherehow important data are maintainedsecured 2Infrastructure architecture includes the hardware softwaretelecommunications equip that when combined provide the underlying foundation to support the organizations goals3Application architecture determines how applications ie software integraterelate to each otherData Architecture a single backup or restorefailure can cost timemoney loss of valuable business intelligenceenterprise data architecture
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