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Current State Architecture

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A current state architectural blueprint is essential to your success as an IT organization. After all, you can't effectively manage a complex architecture that's not documented.

A current state enterprise architecture blueprint represents your organization's high level architecture. It's probably the most important documentation that any IT organization can create and maintain.

The following template captures your high level enterprise architecture.

Current state blueprints capture business, data and implementation architecture at the conceptual, logical and physical levels.

Enterprise Architecture (EA) programs often get current state architectural blueprints all wrong. It's a shame — current state blueprints are essential to architectural success. What's more, they should be easy.

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