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Discipline of BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE Elevator Pitch Method The business architecture documents the functional implementation of the digital business model on which the subsequent technical implementation is based. In the business architecture, the digital business model is broken down in the functional components of stakeholders, business objects, business processes and services, which are then assigned to the applications. Focus The business architecture as a whole defines the layout of a company’s business model on different abstraction levels: from the strategic alignment to the operational implementation. On the operational level, the IT architecture is responsible for the implementation of the business model that was defined on the strategic level. The business architecture discipline is part of the IT architecture and focuses on the operational implementation of exactly one application and its components. Assigning Responsibilities The goal of the business architecture is to model the stakeholders, business objects, business processes and services. In other words, the key business objects. The objects are determined based on the analysis of the digital business model and the use case scenarios derived from it. They must be assigned to the different applications in the systems of record and the systems of engagement in order to enable a clear definition of responsibilities. The business object assignment follows a sample catalog developed for precisely that purpose. It contains criteria that can be evaluated to establish a clear assignment, although different criteria are defined for the business objects, business processes and services. For example, criteria such as volume, velocity and variety 5 play a decisive role in the assignment of the business objects. In addition to specific criteria, there are also more general criteria, such as autonomy or security, which apply for all business objects and influence the assignment thereof. 30 | The Method: Digital Transformation Cycle

Content is king, but distribution is queen and she wears the pants. Jonathan Perelman New Modeling Techniques Due to the diametrical properties of the systems of record and systems of engagement, the business objects are modeled in different manners. The traditional modeling techniques of service oriented architecture (SOA), business process modeling (BPM) and relational modeling are used for the systems of record. While for the systems of engagement, mainly newer modeling techniques are used, such as domain-driven design 6 , microservice orchestration 7 and techniques for non-relational data. The different modeling techniques must be taken into consideration when designing the business architecture. architecture. For example, when a partner offers existing services on the Internet and those services must be considered when designing the own business processes and services. Results The result of the business architecture is a business blueprint describing the functional requirements for the application, with the distribution of the business objects to the different applications and the use of external services forming key components of the blueprint. Business Technology Technologies have a major influence on the design of the business architecture and the use of new technological trends enhances that influence considerably. The technological connection of the business models, especially with customers, but also with new partners and companies, creates another major influence on the business The Method: Digital Transformation Cycle | 31

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