Domain Architect

Domain Architects are specialists with an in depth knowledge within their own particular domain of their expertise.
They can be part of the enterprise architecture team or working in the various Delivery Projects
The word domain is us of knowledge.
Examples of Domain architect roles include:


Security Architect
Integration Architect
Data Services Architect
Infrastructure services Architect
Business Architect with Business Specific Knowledge i.e. loan Origination
 

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Benefits of Modelling


  • Ability to articulate strategic view of landscape Optimise data use
  • Reduce infrastructure duplication and optimise non-functional aspects
  • More effective decision making due to up front options analysis with simulation of key requirements
  • Ability to communicate conflicting goals and drivers and facilitate conflict resolution
  • Highlight misalignment of priorities
  • Show competing demands for business services allowing compromise service levels to be defined
  • Improve oversight and Architectural Governance

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