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Whole-enterprise-architecture is a systematic investigation, review and design of an organisation's overall structures, services and stories, in relation to the broader shared-enterprise(s) and ecosystem(s) in which it operates.
It's a form of enterprise-architecture that connects and integrates all the other domain-oriented architectures within the organisation, such as business-architecture, process-architecture, security-architecture and IT-architecture. Because of this broader enterprise-oriented scope, it is sometimes described as 'real' enterprise-architecture, in contrast to the narrow IT-oriented scope of classic 'enterprise'-architectures such as TOGAF, FEAF and Zachman.
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