Dragon1 Open EA Method

1. A new view on EA

    2. Dragon1 Introduction

    3. EA in Practice

    4. Way of Thinking

    5. Way of Working

    6. Way of Representing

    7. Way of Supporting















    Application Architecture Requirements Diagram

    About an Application Architecture Diagram

    This is an example of an Application Architecture Requirements Diagram. In the model you can define indicators (like business rules) that are applied onto this model. These indicators change the color, size or position of a shape based on a rule event, rule condition and rule action.

    In this example you'll see how applications comply and not comply to stakeholders requirements. When data in the model changes, the indicator rules are applied real-time when viewing the model.

    The Dragon1 EA Modeling Language is used to model this requirement diagram.

    Dragon1 has a formal modeling language for creating Enterprise Architecture Models.

    This Application Architecture diagram was created here on Dragon1. On Dragon1 you can create models using various other open frameworks and modeling languages like TOGAF and ArchiMate.

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