Architectue of Enterprise Architecture

Here are some matrices and such that portray some of my representations of various "architectures".
1.  Mapping Frameworks to EA Functions

2.  Enterprise Management Architecture - Structural Decomposition

Configuration Management Process

(Providing a Continuum of Enterprise Knowledge and Governance)



(Architects work with Types of things, Engineers work with Specifications of things)

Configuration  Change Management Work from the “Enterprise as object” perspective.  Enterprise Management (e.g., implementation governance and operations of functional capability) Business  Architect
•Technology Insertion   Enterprise Engineering can use “system engineering” techniques and tools if you remember that “people” are the primary component of the enterprise system. (e.g., Enterprise Architect, Management Analyst, Semantic Analyst, Intelligence Analyst)
•Product/Service Test and Evaluation   Enterprise Architecture (i.e., endeavor ontology and knowledge base) (e.g., Continuity Communications Architecture as “CC function’s architecture” within and across larger enterprise architecture). Provides a database linking Requirements (PRM) to Resources (DRM and TRM) to Processes (SRM) to Functions (BRM) to Organization Units to Organizations to Locations.  
•Governance of Implementation     Strategic Management (Missions, Visions, Goals, Objectives (i.e., Performance Measures), and Implementation Strategies (i.e., Portfolios of Programs of Projects))  
        IT Portfolio (e.g., New IT Investments, Recurring IT Operations, IT Operational Improvements)  
          Infrastructure Engineering (e.g., Networks, Network Security) Network Architect/Engineer
            System Engineering (e.g., platforms, devices) System Architect/Engineer
              Software Engineering Software Architect/Engineer
                Data Engineering / Management Data Architect/Engineer