Enterprise Architecture & TOGAF
Wednesday, October 4, 2006
Hewlett-Packard (Suisse) S.à.r.l.
Route du Nant-d’Avril 150
CH-1217 Meyrin / GE
(near Geneva Airport)
TOGAF is an industry standard framework for developing enterprise
architectures, used by organizations around the world. It is openly
accessible on The Open Group's public web server, and may be downloaded
under a free, perpetual license by any organization wishing to develop
an enterprise architecture for its own use.
TOGAF has been evolved continuously within The Open Group's Architecture
Forum over the last twelve years, drawing on the knowledge and experience
of The Open Group members who are themselves practising Architects
working for a wide range of enterprises around the world.
||Welcome - Serge Thorn, Serono International
||Enterprise Architecture (French)
This presentation by Serge Thorn, Director IT Research and Innovation at
Serono International, will describe what Enterprise Architecture is, how
Serono International decided to run an EA Program, how it relates to IT
Governance, and what are the program milestones.
||Introduction to The Open Group (English)
This presentation by Chris Parnell, Marketing Director
for Membership & Services
of The Open Group, will explain the organization's role as a vendor
and technology neutral consortium, whose vision of Boundaryless
Information Flow™ will enable access to integrated information
within and between enterprises based on open standards and global
|| Introduction to TOGAF (English)
This presentation by John Spencer, Director of The Open
Group Architecture Forum, will describe what the Architecture Forum
has achieved to date in the development of TOGAF, and will give a
snapshot of how the Forum is responding to new challenges with
the further development of TOGAF.
||A Vision for Enterprise Architecture - Dominique Narindal, HP
||Case Study - tba
||Q & A Panel