Lean Architecture Toolkit Express
Describe your minimum viable architecture
The Lean Enterprise Architecture Toolkit is comprised of 15 methods or work products to describe the target architecture of your solution. Seven work products describe the business domain, while the other eight work products describe the technical domain.
Work products from the business domain are used to communicate with stakeholders from the business departments as well as business executives and business management. Work products from the technical domain are predominantly used to communicate with stakeholders from IT.
While all work products have their purpose and value, some of the work products can be optional when describing a “Minimum Viable Architecture”, for example.
This guided path shows you in what order to complete this minimum set of work products.
Align With Your Corporate Strategy (Business Domain)
Articulate how your project supports the company’s strategic goals by breaking them down into measurable objectives, projects, and initiatives.
Identify the Scope of Your Architecture (Business Domain)
Define the scope and the business rationale of your innovation project and its architecture.
Solution Context Diagram (Business Domain)
Showing the relationship between the proposed solution and the organizational units, business roles, and business functions within the enterprise. Download Template
Solution Concept Diagram (Technical Domain)
A high-level representation of the aspired solution via Architecture Building Blocks.
Solution Realization Diagram (Technical Domain)
A technical description of the aspired solution via Solution Building Blocks.
Software Distribution Diagram (Technical Domain)
Shows how Architecture and Solution Building Blocks are distributed across the IT infrastructure.
Architecture Roadmap (Technical Domain)
Outline actions that are required to realize the architecture.
Congratulations, you are done!
You have now described the minimum viable architecture for your solution.