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What is a Current State Enterprise Architecture Blueprint?

        posted by , January 03, 2012

A current state architectural blueprint is your organization's high level architecture. In most organizations, the Enterprise Architecture team is accountable for blueprints.

Blueprints are typically maintained for each business unit and shared technology service. Line of business architects and solution architects create and maintain them.

Blueprints are critical for business and IT efficiency. Current state blueprints capture the following information:

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

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