Solution Architect Role


Solutions architects provide a bridge between specific business problems and issues and the solutions which are needed to support them.

They require knowledge of the enterprise architecture, as one of their roles to ensure compliance with the enterprise architecture on the project.

Solution architect roles are project facing and provide two areas of support:

With business focus, ensuring the solution meets with the business requirements

With enterprise focus ensuring that the enterprise requirements for reuse, compliance to standards, principles, traceability to enterprise reference models, and alignment with the target enterprise architecture vision.

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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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