The Enterprise Architecture Document describes each computing service and how it works. These pages show some typical architectures, designs and procedures. The Architectural process is a form of project management. Both processes succeed best when they are thought of as a plan and a design from the birth of a service to its death. Both processes fail if they are thought of as "complete" when a service is delivered into production.  

  • Architectural Approach
    • Purpose of Enterprise Computing Architecture, Whats Important
    • Documenting a Service
    • Contingency Management
    • Identity and Roles
  • Infrastructure
    • Networks
      • Designing Client Networks
      • Designing Services Networks
    • Security
    • Data Centers
  • Enterprise Services
    • Email, Collaboration and File Storage
    • Client Device Management
    • Application Hosting
    • Help Desk
    • Telephones
    • Human Resources
    • Financial
    • Identity Management
Subpages (1): Documenting a Service