The word Architecture is often quoted meaning several things as definitions variations are related to different areas of Knowledge. In Civil engineering Architects produce Blueprints and leave the detailed work for builders, plumbers, electricians, carpenters etc to complete the details and implementation. Similary other engineering disciplines have "model" based, "model" driven high level architecture prior design/develop.
In terms of Business Applications, normally a Business Analyst role significantly contribute towards Business & System Requirements however a complete integrated Enterprice view is normally ignored while executing Projects.
So I would like to hear from experts in the forum who have dealt with providing non-functional requirements like all the xabilities (scalability etc) on how this addressed. There is another term recently floated called "Business Technology" that basically reemphasises the point that Business Solutions are the focus and technology just an enabler of those capabilities and services defined by Business completely removing the gap between IT & Business.
In terms of future of IT projects, do you see a relevance for Enterprises to embrace the notion of Business Architecture & Business Technology?
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