Category Archives: Using BPMN

Modelling processes in ArchiMate

ArchiMate is not a process modelling language. It has only limited support for process modelling. That is why I personally prefer to combine BPMN with ArchiMate, but that is not trivial (as explained here and here). In the book there … Continue reading

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Linking #BPMN and #ArchiMate – Draft

On The Open Group London 2013, I presented the link between BPMN and ArchiMate we have designed. The draft version I have distributed has been removed as it will be replaced by the chapter of the upcoming Edition II of … Continue reading

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Mapping #BPMN and #ArchiMate: About BPMN’s ‘Pool’

Earlier, I wrote about an ongoing attempt to map #BPMN to #ArchiMate. Now that some time has passed, we have come to a solution, though at this stage it is not yet 100% complete. In a couple of posts, I … Continue reading

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Mapping #BPMN and #ArchiMate, first thoughts

ArchiMate is an open standard for modeling Enterprise Architecture. It can be used in many ways. One of these is a good Current State Architecture description: your current landscape of business and IT, coherently modeled with enough detail to be … Continue reading

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