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The Open Group’s Conference in Amsterdam – “The ArchiMate® 3.0 Metamodel and Exchange Format – Beyond Modelling Tools”

By Phil Beauvoir & Jean-Baptiste Sarrodie The Open Group’s conference in Amsterdam, October 2017 The theme of The Open Group’s conference in Amsterdam last October was “Architecting the Digital Enterprise – Making Standards Work”. We had been invited to talk ostensibly about the ArchiMate Exchange Format, ArchiMate® 3.0, and how these work together. Archi is […]

Archi 4.0.3 Released

We’ve just released Archi version 4.0.3. The main new features are:  Add ArchiMate 3.0.1 relationship tables – This updates the ArchiMate relationship rules in accordance with the latest revision. Thanks to Ed Roberts for generating the XML file. Faster load times on large models – Models now load much faster, in some cases up to […]

Mastering ArchiMate III Available

The PDF version of the third edition of the book Mastering ArchiMate, by Gerben Wierda, has just been made available. This new edition has been updated to align with the most recent version of ArchiMate. The book gives an introduction to the language, then goes on to show you key aspects of successful modeling, and […]

Archi 4 Released

We’re very excited to announce that Archi 4 has been released! This release supports the latest ArchiMate 3.0 specification and includes some new features. We’ve re-written a lot of the code from the ground up to support relationships to relationships and all the new concepts that have been added to the specification. It’s been a […]

ArchOps: a new paradigm for EA Toolsets

By Jean-Baptiste Sarrodie Last week I had the great opportunity to co-present at The Open Group’s October Conference in Paris, France. After Phil Beauvoir presented a summary of Archi’s history and we described the challenges of ArchiMate 3.0, I spoke about a vision for the future of Archi, EA and the ArchiMate ecosystem, taking ideas from DevOps and […]

“ArchiMate® 3.0, Archi 4, and Open Source – Open Standards in Action” – The Open Group’s October Conference in Paris, France

Last week, at the invitation of Andrew Josey, I attended and co-presented at The Open Group’s October Conference in Paris, France. My co-presenter was Jean-Baptiste Sarrodie of Arismore. The title of our presentation was “ArchiMate® 3.0, Archi 4, and Open Source – Open Standards in Action”. The following is the official summary of our presentation: […]

What Have the Romans Ever Done for Us?

It’s that classic line from Monty Python’s film, “The Life of Brian”: And I was thinking about how to answer this question if it was re-phrased as “What has Archi ever done for us?” or even, “What has Archi ever done for ArchiMate?” Well. I’m not going to presume anything about the global impact that […]

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