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Enterprise Architecture

Last post 05:44 am June 23, 2014 by Ian Mitchell
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04:06 am June 23, 2014

Hi All,

Can we use "enterprise architecture" concepts in SCRUM environments ?

I am currently pursuing TOGAF certification, the course details enterprise architecture (EA) concepts/processes for delivering complex / large front-to-back projects . Is there any option to do this in SCRUM way ? (agile !)

I see loads of documentation on internet (blogs and papers) - what I want to know is any standard / defined approach that details/guides on how enterprise architecture can go Agile.

Thanks and appreciate your help.

05:44 am June 23, 2014

Can we use "enterprise architecture" concepts in SCRUM environments ?

You can, but they are best seen in terms of architectural emergence, and the maintenance of architectural runway. A Development Team should have enough architecture in place to facilitate Sprint Planning and delivery, but not so much that technical debt and rework is incurred.

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