ArchiMate vs Other Notations - #2 - UML: Software modelling 

Welcome to second article in our ArchiMate vs Other Notations series. In last article '#1 - Why you might need ArchiMate?' we set a common ground between notations and explored what is the purpose of ArchiMate. Today we start with head-to-head comparison between notations. First in line is UML - Unified Modelling Language - a modelling technique for broad range of use cases. Published in 1997 and maintained by Open Management Group. It is a graphical notations standard with single meta-model aimed for system modelling. It covers many types of diagrams, each designed to cover specific subset of use cases. As UML is so wide in scope we need to look at certain aspects of it. This article would cover one of them, which is software modelling. We will explore similarities and differences in that area between UML and ArchiMate.

Understanding the context

First, let us describe the context. In The Open University course on software development we find a decent definition of a model. Models are forms of description often adopted in software development. They are abstractions we use to represent and communicate what is important. Limited to necessary details they help developers deal with the complexity. By software modelling we mean modelling technical solutions and systems. We create those to get some kind of business value. You could think of following examples of systems or solutions:

  • Application or particular functionalities of it
  • Software interfaces
  • Systems built using many applications
  • Software services for business users

Now, as we have set the common ground, we explore foundations of both notations. 

Software Modelling in UML

As mentioned before we have plenty of diagram types in UML. There are 14 unique types divided into two categories: behavioral and structural. Not all used as often as others. In fact, according to All You Need to Know About UML Diagrams article, in 80% of cases developers use only three. Most used were: Use Case Diagram, Class Diagram and Sequence Diagram.

Use Case diagram show us what kind of use cases we have and how users are involved in them. Class diagram helps us define objects and their attributes. Sequence diagram shows information flow aligned to time. It helps to show the logic behind use cases.

Software Modelling in ArchiMate - application layer

In ArchiMate we do not have diagram types - we have layers and viewpoints. We place all elements and relationships connected to software modelling on Application Layer. Please mind the fact, that we talk about software that supports business. System software such as OS or DBMS are part of technology layer, often called infrastructure layer.

Table below shows what elements of language are defined on that layer:




Application component

An encapsulation of application functionality aligned to implementation structure, which is modular and replaceable. It encapsulates its behavior and data, exposes services, and makes them available through interfaces.

Application Component

Application collaboration

An aggregate of two or more application components that work together to perform collective application behavior.

Application Collaboration

Application interface

A point of access where application services are made available to a user, another application component, or a node.

Application Service

Application function

Automated behavior that can be performed by an application component.

Application Function

Application interaction

A unit of collective application behavior performed by (a collaboration of) two or more application components.

Application Interaction

Application process

A sequence of application behaviors that achieves a specific outcome.

Application Process

Application event

An application behavior element that denotes a state change.

Application Event

Application service

An explicitly defined exposed application behavior.

Application Service

Data object

Data structured for automated processing.

Data object


UML vs Archimate – Component Diagrams

Now we will focus on comparison between those two notations in context of software modelling. When compared, UML and ArchiMate share a lot of similarities, especially in software modelling. Many concepts present in ArchiMate were derived directly from UML. The main element that is a common one is the main active structure element called Application Component. It is the same as UML concept of Application Component. Thanks to that we have a direct relationship between Enterprise Architecture model and implementation models in UML. Example below shows how you could combine ArchiMate and UML based on Application Component element.

ArchiMate and UML based on Application Component


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You could model UML Component Diagram as a single Application Component in ArchiMate. Due to that you can present the application in some broader context. When building architecture repository, you could add a reference to Online Shop element that points to external document with detailed UML model that could be used for implementation purposes.

ArchiMate vs UML – Use Case Diagrams

There are some minor similarities regarding Use Case diagrams as well. Application Services could be easily mapped to Use Cases from UML. Thanks to that you could depict use cases in broader context. In the example below, you will see UML Use Case Diagram and corresponding ArchiMate model.

UML Use Case diagram example

UML Use Case diagram example

In this simple example you could notice three actors: Client, Hotel and a system called Booking System. In this diagram we described the use case when client wants to book a hotel room. If Guest is contacting hotel then he can book a room or check its availability. When using Booking System directly he could also get a list of suggested places. Now, look on corresponding ArchiMate example of the same situation

ArchiMate example of the same situation

On ArchiMate view you could clearly see more elements. We used two layers - both Business and Application - to depict two ways the Client could get what he wants. He could contact Hotel over the phone to use services Book and Check Availability. He could also directly use Booking System and its Web FrontEnd Interface to get access to same services and additional Suggested Places service. Mind the fact that Book service on business layer is being realized by corresponding service on application layer - they have the same function, but the context is different - one service is serving Client using business interface while another trough an application interface.

Other examples

Another similarity could be found in Application Function element and Sequence or Activity Diagram. For instance, Activity Diagram could be modelled as single Application Function.

Class Diagrams in UML are very detailed from ArchiMate point of view. In ArchiMate we could use Data Object elements to create class hierarchy, but to create an implementation model those objects needs to reference to appropriate Class Diagrams as shown on example below.

Class Diagrams

ArchiMate example of the same situation

In ArchiMate you rather model the overview of data structure. In UML you could model the rest – solution and implementation details needed for creating the system.


To sum up, let’s take a look on main takeaways from this article:

  • When modelling software in most cases we use UML. In 80% of cases users choose one of three diagrams: Use Case Diagram, Class Diagram and Sequence Diagram
  • ArchiMate has a dedicated layer for software modelling called Application Layer
  • Many ArchiMate elements were derived from UML, like Application Component or Interface
  • Application Component in ArchiMate could represent whole Component Diagram done in UML. Thanks to that we could have a direct linkage between Enterprise Architecture and implementation models.
  • Use Case diagram could be modelled using Services and Actors in ArchiMate
  • Sequence or Activity Diagram could be modelled as Application Function in ArchiMate
  • Classes in UML could be depicted using Data Objects in ArchiMate.

This article is one of articles from ArchiMate vs Other Notations series. Check others:

ArchiMate vs Other Notations - #1 - Why you might need ArchiMate?

ArchiMate vs Other Notations - #3 - UML - business processes

ArchiMate vs Other Notations - #4 - UML: IT Infrastructure Modelling

ArchiMate vs Other Notations - #5 - BPMN - overview

ArchiMate vs Other Notations - #6 - UML/ERD - database modelling

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ArchiMate vs Other Notations - 1# - Why you might need ArchiMate?

Welcome to a new mini-series of articles on ArchiMate compared to other notations. This article is an introduction to a topic. We would like to answer a question you see in the title of this chapter: Why you might need ArchiMate?

Let us face the truth: we have got plenty of modelling techniques and notations over there. There is a pretty high chance that you, dear reader, stumbled upon notations like UML or BPMN. If you had something to do with Computer Science, then you could also raise a hand and suggest ERD. In fact, every domain has many modelling techniques. In business process modelling alone there are more than 10 different techniques!

All three have established themselves in current technology world very well. BPMN sits on business processes modelling throne. A lot of companies use UML for professional design of IT solutions. Whenever you need to setup a relational database ERD is a handy tool.

So why we need another player?

All those tools have their own territory (or, in other words, domain). BPMN when you want to describe business world, UML and ERD when you enter the technical world. What when you need to connect those worlds? What if they are always interconnected but we had no means to show that?

You can call BPMN, UML and ERD a domain-specific language. ArchiMate is an enterprise architecture modelling language. Enterprise Architecture covers more than one domain. It interconnects various areas of expertise like business, IT and its infrastructure. In TOGAF, one of the Enterprise Architecture frameworks, there are 8 different areas that combined create whole organization. Due to this fact, we can say that ArchiMate is one level above domain-specific languages. Picture below shows us how we could place ArchiMate in context of other techniques:

ArchiMate in context of other techniques

Nature of concepts

Such placement tells us two things. First, we should choose the modelling notation based on the nature of concepts we want to depict. For modelling business concepts only, it is wiser to select business process modelling notation. You could present greater level of details using dedicated notation.

Example: If you want to show the flow of business processes you would stick to BPMN, if it is the tool of trade in your organization.

Yet sometimes you need to show how applications or infrastructure supports business processes. For that ArchiMate is a good choice to show those dependencies.

In a same way when you need to depict an application design or technical solution you rather lean towards UML. It allows you to show methods, interfaces or class diagrams. It helps create the implementation view of given problem solution. But if you need to show how the solution supports business and how it is deployed you could use more generic notation. ArchiMate allows you to do so. And this is exactly why we want another player.

Details or overview?

The second thing we learn from placement triangle is that we need to decide whether we are interested in details or in the overview. Domain-specific languages are great to show implementation details. Thanks to that we could have a clear guidance how to put solutions in life. But rarely we develop solutions for the sole purpose of development.

Every solution is placed in some context and has its own purpose. Enterprise Architecture is all about explaining and designing this context. ArchiMate was developed to have a common language for many different areas of an enterprises. Yet, to achieve that it had to cut off unnecessary details. If you want to explore Enterprise Architecture topic, you could refer to our article 'Enterprise Architecture 101: Everything You Need to Know'.

ArchiMate helps us draw a bigger picture. Thanks to broad vocabulary and layers mechanism we could present high-level models. They cover inter-domain concepts, not possible to present using domain-specific notations. Thanks to that we could put focus on relationships instead of implementation details.

So, which notation should you use?

Or rather: which approach: domain-specific or enterprise-wide should we take? Answer is simple: both! ArchiMate was designed to co-exist with domain-specific languages like UML and BPMN. In fact, many concepts from those notations were taken as is into ArchiMate. Thanks to that you could connect your overview and detailed models. That helps building professional architecture repository. This possibility is also stated in ArchiMate specification.

It is the biggest advantage indeed: you could enhance your models by adding ArchiMate. You do not have to replace them! If you are working in business context you would find it helpful to use both BPMN and ArchiMate. First one gives you full flexibility on details of process flow. The latter helps you to place that in the context of your organization. Those of you working on IT solutions could embrace ArchiMate to connect IT and business. It is often helpful to show how we support business with IT and infrastructure.

Let's summarize what are the main take-aways from this article:

  • We have plenty of modelling techniques. ArchiMate is one of them
  • ArchiMate is an enterprise architecture modelling language
  • ArchiMate is wider in scope than notations like UML or BPMN, which are domain-specific notations. It is less detailed than those, though.
  • ArchiMate gives you possibility to draw a big picture that connects various areas of your enterprise
  • You could use ArchiMate in addition to, not instead of your current models

This article is a first one in ArchiMate vs Other Notations series. In other articles we will compare ArchiMate to other notations. You would find there both theory and some case studies.

ArchiMate vs Other Notations - #2 - UML: Software modelling

ArchiMate vs Other Notations - #3 - UML - business processes

ArchiMate vs Other Notations - #4 - UML: IT Infrastructure Modelling

ArchiMate vs Other Notations - 5# - BPMN - overview

ArchiMate vs Other Notations - 6# - UML/ERD - database modelling


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Enterprise Architect Training: Your Guide to the Top Online Courses

Enterprise Architect Training: Your Guide to the Top Online Courses

Enterprise Architect Training: Your Guide to the Top Online Courses

Get your guide to the top online courses for enterprise architect training here!

Keyword(s): enterprise architect training

You have plenty of technical experience as an IT professional in your industry. You've done the research and understand the position. You're ready to pursue a career as an enterprise architect.

Well, congratulations. The position of an enterprise architect is highly-respected and valued in today's market. It's no secret that enterprise architects maximize organizational value of a company, after all.

Still, you might not know where to start when it comes to finding the best enterprise architect training. There are a lot of different courses and programs that promise to be the best ones available. There are even different types of enterprise architect certifications.

So, how can you choose? Perhaps your only expectation is that the courses are offered online. The good news is that you've come to the right place by reading this article.

Detailed below is your complete guide to finding the best online enterprise architect certification.

What Do You Need Before Enrolling in Enterprise Architecture Training?

As you probably know, working as an enterprise architect is a very demanding position. A successful professional in this role understands many levels of an entire corporation's operations.

In other words, it's common for enterprise architects to have qualified experience in a related field beforehand. This role requires a lot of technical understanding that can't necessarily be mastered by education alone. You need to have solid IT-related work experience before you expect to become an enterprise architect.

The good news is that you can kill two birds with one stone if you're ambitious enough. Many students in enterprise architecture training courses are currently working, anyway. You might as well get a respectable position in IT while you go through your online training courses.

For example, many enterprise architects have experience working as data analysts or IT service managers. If you're ready to start this new, top-dog career path, make sure you have all the knowledge and skills in your toolbelt. After all, you'll need to work with everything from software integration to big data analysis.

Plus, there are many skills crucial to enterprise architecture that can't be "taught." These include the necessary skills like project management, interpersonal communication, and leadership. In other words, you have to know how to navigate social processes as well as the technical IT ones.

Characteristics of a High-Quality Online Enterprise Architecture Certification

Perhaps the time has come for you to invest in those enterprise architect training courses. Perhaps you're absolutely set on taking those courses from a qualified online source.

Well, you definitely need to make sure that resource is trustworthy. Do plenty of research about your potential training center, instructors, and courses.

Today's Top Enterprise Architecture Certifications

It's understandable that not many IT professionals are looking to become an enterprise architect. The training alone can be taxing if you're underprepared. If you're ready to take your career to that level, though, you're in luck.

There are several top-quality enterprise architecture training courses available these days. Many of them are offered completely online. Plus, they're completely respected and valued by those companies needing enterprise architects.

These companies are definitely ready to hire certified enterprise architects, too. In 2018, 49% of business leaders recognized that they've continued to increase their IT budget year after year. Take advantage of their need for an organizational enterprise architect role.

Did you know that Amazon provides applicable training courses? Amazon Web Service (AWS) is well-respected in today's market.

Perhaps you've heard of ITIL Master. This organization has expertise in training professionals for IT service management. They have courses that directly relate to the role of enterprise architecture for anyone to check out.

Finally, don't forget about this site! The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) specializes in training IT professionals just like you. That's why we encourage you to stick around and make the most of our training courses. Keep reading for more information about them.

How To Prepare for Your Training

When you're ready to invest in your future as an enterprise architect, there's still some work to do before getting certified. Even if you consider yourself an excellent student, take the time to really prepare for your training course. This is true, in particular, if you haven't enrolled in any formal training in a while.

After all, enterprise architecture is a highly complex field. Staying organized and managing your time well could be crucial to your success in these training courses.

For one thing, it's a good idea to do a little shopping before you start your training program. Invest in high-quality office supplies that will help you stay organized while you're studying. It would be a shame if you ran out of highlighters right when you're preparing for an exam, for instance.

Plus, make sure you're leaving yourself plenty of time to make the most of your training courses. If you have a regular job still, clear up your evenings and weekends. If you need to arrange for childcare, do so ahead of time to save yourself a headache.

You might have to significantly reduce your lifestyle habits to compensate for your focus on this training. Don't worry, though. Investing your time, energy, and even money in these courses will definitely pay off in the long run.

Find High-Quality Enterprise Architect Training Courses Available

At this point in the article, you should feel pretty comfortable with choosing your ideal enterprise architect certification. There are a lot of ins and outs when it comes to navigating today's Digital Age, but you can handle it. It's time you invest your time and energy into a career you can be proud of.

That's why we're here for you. We believe in the value of educating today's professionals to make the future a better and brighter place. We know how important it is to find the best online courses available when you're ready to get educated or certified.

In other words, we encourage you to check out what we have to offer. We have a high-quality, tailored enterprise architect training courses on our site. That's why you should check out exactly what training courses we offer online today.

Enterprise Architect: Career Profile & Pathway

Enterprise Architect Career Profile and Pathway

Enterprise Architect: Career Profile & Pathway

Interested in pursuing a career as an Enterprise Architect? Check out the career profile and the pathway to get you where you want to go here!

Keyword(s): enterprise architect

Since the dawn of the Digital Age, businesses have scrambled to make the most of all that technology. We've seen the Internet boom, and it continues to grow. Over time, information technology (IT) has become an essential part of business operations.

Still, many businesses have found that their IT solutions aren't optimal. At the same time, 49% of business leaders in 2018 expected their IT budget to increase. It's clear that though there's a lot of work to do, IT isn't going anywhere.

In fact, that's why businesses are starting to hire people to fill the position of the Enterprise Architect. An Enterprise Architect has many important responsibilities under his or her role.

This position is fairly new, though, so you might not have heard of it before. If you're interested, though, you've come to the right place. Keep reading to discover the ideal career path to becoming an Enterprise Architect.

What Is the Point of an Enterprise Architect?

These days, many businesses are working with IT solutions they don't even understand. Sometimes, they might not even be using everything offered by the software they pay for. Especially for large corporations, this can be a huge waste of resources.

That's where an Enterprise Architect can come into play. As an Enterprise Architect, your responsibility is to the entire company as a whole. Though that can seem intimidating, there are specific processes and tools at your disposal to streamline the work.

In fact, that's what you'll be doing for the company - streamlining their work. The ultimate goal of an Enterprise Architect is to increase efficiency and decrease cost.

Many experts recognize that an Enterprise Architect maximizes organization within a company. This organization leads to an increase in productivity and even workplace morale. If those are both causes that you can be passionate about, then this is the right career for you.

Can I Have an Established Career Before Becoming an Enterprise Architect?

As a matter of fact, it's actually a good idea to have a stable career under your belt before pursuing a role as an Enterprise Architect. This position requires a ton of technical knowledge and experience. An Enterprise Architect is not going to be a graduate fresh out of business college.

An Enterprise Architect needs two sets of skills: technical skills and communication skills. They need to be able to understand what systems and processes a business's IT department is running. Plus, they need to deeply understand the operational and interpersonal relationships between all business employees.

In other words, they need to have spent some time behind a computer. If that means they start their career as a data analyst or an IT systems director, so much the better.

What Skills Does an Enterprise Architect Need?

As mentioned above, a successful Enterprise Architect is going to have thorough experience with both computers and people. They need to be able to optimize an entire business operation, after all. That means an Enterprise Architect is going to have experienced, well-rounded professional skills.

To start, an Enterprise Architect definitely needs the technical skills to optimize IT solutions. They need to understand software integration and information architecture. They need to be able to work with big data and with simple messaging software.

In addition, an Enterprise Architect is going to be working on one project after another. Their organizations and project management skills need to be near perfect. It's likely they'll be leading a team, too, so leadership skills are desirable.

What's It Like to Be an Enterprise Architect?

Since an Enterprise Architect is going to be working on a project-to-project basis, life can get interesting. An Enterprise Architect, in other words, needs to be able to adapt to a flexible lifestyle if he or she wants to last in this position.

An Enterprise Architect can expect a schedule that is constantly placing new demands on him or her. There might be some weeks where most of the time will be spent collaborating and communicating with fellow employees. There will definitely be long nights sitting in front of a computer.

An Enterprise Architect, though it's a high position in a company, is somewhat of a catch-all position. When a CEO wants to ensure a certain operation is optimized, for example, the Enterprise Architect will be called. An Enterprise Architect, at the end of the day, is there to ensure everyone is making the most of their time on the job.

How Can I Become an Enterprise Architect?

Becoming an Enterprise Architect is no easy ride. Since an Enterprise Architect is so well-versed in many areas of a business's operations, it's a good idea to have some experience as a professional in the workforce.

Plus, many Enterprise Architects have learned the value of specific training for their position. That's why there are even Enterprise Architecture programs and certifications available. Today's workforce is beginning to recognize the crucial role of an Enterprise Architect.

If you're experienced enough already to consider becoming an Enterprise Architect, you still need to get some training. That's why you should read more information about obtaining an Enterprise Architecture certification soon.

Start Your Journey To Become an Enterprise Architect

At this point in the article, you should have a pretty good idea of the career path for an Enterprise Architect. It's true that you need substantial training just to get noticed as a potential candidate. In other words, you need to find the ideal educational program that suits you.

Well, the good news is that you've come to the right place by reading this article. We know how important it is to find the right education for your career and your future. We believe in equipping students with the knowledge and resources they need to succeed in today's modern business.

That's why we encourage you to stop putting your new career path aside. It's time for you to invest in yourself and in your ideal future. Check out our training courses available online today, and you can get started on your new career in no time.

Understanding the Different Enterprise Architect Certifications

Understanding the Different Enterprise Architect Certifications

Understanding the Different Enterprise Architect Certifications

Before going through training, it helps to understand the different enterprise architect certifications out there. Click here for a rundown.

Keyword(s): enterprise architect certifications

If you're building a powerful and competent team of IT professionals on your staff, you need to learn about enterprise architect certifications. If you're looking to get a job in the tech world, EA certifications ensure that you have the tools to take on any changes in the world of IT. Multiple certifications ensure that you and your team are well rounded and prepared for everything.

Here are four important EA certifications to consider to prove your skills and empower your team.

1. The Open Group Certified Architect

The Open CA Certification is a type of qualification that's based more on competency than practical talent or ability to implement. Much like the PMP, this certification shows how much they know about how things should work in the ideal world.

This certification is great for a wide variety of architecture roles. If you're looking to get into IT, business, or Enterprise Architecture, this is the qualification for you. Leave your career options open rather than putting yourself into a narrow track with your certification.

If you're looking to apply for this certification, you can't have zero experience in architecture. While it won't check your practical capability, you need to have some evidence that you've mastered the field somewhere. You'll have to submit real-world examples and some items that show what you've done and that you're capable.

The certification will show that you have real-time experience, even if it doesn't' test your capability to do so. There are some minimal requirements of your experience, rather than just showing you have a knowledge base.

Demonstrating your skills shows businesses that you've got real-world experience. Most recruiters or hiring arms of agencies don't have the time or bandwidth to test you out, so your Open CA certification gives them what they need to know.

The Zachman Certification

If you're interested in showing that you have an understanding of how things work based on reality, the Zachman Certification is what you're looking for. This certification marries theory and concepts with the real-world experience that employers spend their time looking for.

Learning for this certification requires you to be constantly working on strengthening your existing skills. If you're also trying to get a broader understanding of how the industry works, you'll be happy with this certification process.

Learning for this certification requires you to be constantly working on strengthening your existing skills. If you're also trying to get a broader understanding of how the industry works, you'll be happy with this certification process.

There are three main levels of certification in the Zachman world. Level One qualifies you as a competent enterprise architect associate able to handle all of the main tasks that come with the job. Level Two means that you're an EA professional with a strong career and knowledge.

If you take the time to study for Level Three, you'll become an instructor in the world of EA.

While some people work to achieve this certification merely to have another badge on their uniform, others do so for the chance to get a job. If you want to finish Level One, you need just a short four-day training followed by an online exam that runs under two hours.

There are many dates to get this certification at the associate level but prepare to travel. There are classes run around the world that you need to complete to certify.


The Open Group Architecture Framework certification is one of the best certifications that you can get. This coveted and widely accepted certification is adopted by lots of companies around the world. Currently, the majority of Fortune 500 companies have adopted this certification.

For enterprise architects looking for a certification to guarantee them a job, this is the one to get. There are more jobs available to EAs with the TOGAF® certification than for any other certification currently out there.

There are two main parts to this certification, one for people trying to get into the profession for the first time and an advanced one for experienced architects. If you're a practicing architect, apply for the second component of the certification to ensure that you get something valuable from the work

This progression has been followed by tens of thousands of enterprise architects. There are a wide variety of vendors who offer the certification. If you're looking to update to the latest TOGAF® 9.2 certification, sign up for a class to stay competitive in your career.

The ITIL Master Certification

If you're looking to get into IT service management, the ITIL certification is one of the best credential sets you can get. This certification is provided by Axelos, which is one of the large worldwide providers of standards to help improve best practices. Following the rules required by this certifications ensures that your organization implements standards that are at the forefront of the industry.

If you're looking to get this certification, get on top of all of the ITIL credential requirements, including all of the most recent updates. Do some research to see which organizations look at ITIL as proof of your EA experience. If the company you're looking to work for is unfamiliar with ITIL, you might need to seek another certification.

ITIL is all about best practices. If you're looking to implement best practices in EA at your company, this is the certification to require for your enterprise architects.

Even as a supplement to TOGAF®, this kind of IT service management certification ensures that you employ well-rounded architects. The standards that ITIL implements is widely understood and globally supported as part of the best practices in the broad world of IT.

Enterprise Architect Certifications Have Value

Enterprise architect certifications are more than merit badges for architects. They prove that everyone on your team has a lot of talent and can back it up.

Here are more ways that Enterprise Architecture diversifies the knowledge of your team.

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