ArchiSurance Case Study

A Case Study by Henk Jonkers, Iver Band, and Dick Quartel

The ArchiSurance Case Study is a fictitious example developed to illustrate the use of the ArchiMate® modeling language in the context of the TOGAF® framework. The Case Study concerns the insurance company ArchiSurance, which has been formed as the result of a merger of three previously independent companies. The Case Study describes the baseline architecture of the company and then a number of change scenarios.

This Case Study is required to be used as an example throughout accredited ArchiMate training courses. However, it is not part of the definition of TOGAF. This work supports The Open Group vision of Boundaryless Information Flow by illustrating the combined use of the TOGAF and ArchiMate standards for consistent representation of architectural information across diverse organizations, systems, and initiatives.

Bibliographic Details

Reference Y121
Jan 2012

32 pages

See also Y163 ArchiSurance Case Study, Version 2 11 Sep 2017

Subject : ArchiMate (See more like this)
Type      : Case Studies (See more like this)



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Please note that the Case Study PDF file was replaced in March 2014. Minor corrections were applied to Pages 7 and 8 (references to “Preliminary Phase” changed to “Phase A”), and Page 25 (reference to the “Application Communication diagram” changed to “Application Co-operation view”).




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