Integrated Architecture Framework

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The Integrated Architecture Framework (IAF) is an enterprise architecture framework that covers business, information, information system and technology infrastructure.[1][2]

This framework has been developed by Capgemini since the 1990s, from the experience of practicing architects on projects for clients across the group. The first version was released in 1996 and was based on the Zachman Framework and Spewaks ideas about Enterprise Architecture Planning.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Enterprise, Business and IT Architecture and the Integrated Architecture Framework at capgemini.com
  2. ^ van't Wout, J., Waage, M., Hartman, H., Stahlecker, M., Hofman, A. (2010). "The Integrated Architecture Framework Explained" - (link)
  3. ^ Jaap Schekkerman (2003). How to Survive in the Jungle of Enterprise Architecture Frameworks. page 139-144.