Category: Enterprise Architecture

EA at ACME Inc. – Successful reporting!

This is a guest blog from Wolfgang Frech (iteratec) – for more see iteraplan blog. Doris created the exact visualization the board needed with minimum effort. She is thrilled with the way the burden of reporting has eased. Charly is convinced too: the visualization looks just the way he designed it before. Charly immediately writes e-mails […]

EA at ACME Inc. – How can reporting templates help?

This is a guest blog from Wolfgang Frech (iteratec) – for more see iteraplan blog. During his coffee break, Charly meets Metodi, who is responsible for the migration to iteraplan 3.1. Metodi has good news for Charly: from now on, iteraplan offers custom dashboards, and the migration is already completed. With Metodi’s support Charly prepares everything […]

EA at ACME Inc. – Inconsistent reporting causes frustration

This is a guest blog from Wolfgang Frech (iteratec) – for more see iteraplan blog. Charly, Chief Enterprise Architect of ACME Inc., prepares the next major architecture board. His three colleagues, Doris, Dieter and Diane, all Deputy Enterprise Architects in the regional offices, are to report on their respective responsibility areas. Basically, Charly is interested in […]

iteraplan 3.1 feature: Extended master plan diagram

This is a guest blog from Fabian Kainzinger (iteratec) – for more see iteraplan blog. The iteraplan release 3.1 (released in July 2013) features a revamped and extended master plan diagram. It is now available for all element types, can be configured to include related elements and for analyzing time spans. The master plan diagram depicts […]

iteraplan 3.1 feature: Reordering mode in tree view

This is a guest blog from Fabian Kainzinger (iteratec) – for more see iteraplan blog. Data maintenance of all hierarchical building block types is highly simplified in iteraplan release 3.1 (out since last week): The tree view now offers a reorder-mode with which elements can be repositioned interactively by drag & drop. Most building block types […]

iteraplan 3.1 feature: Usage-relation on Infrastructure Elements

This is a guest blog from Fabian Kainzinger (iteratec) – for more see iteraplan blog. Connections and dependencies of infrastructure elements are simply and effectively modelled using the extended iteraplan meta model: iteraplan 3.1 now supports the usage-relation for infrastructure elements. Relations between elements of the same building block type differ semantically. iteraplan supports the following […]