Introducing Information Management for NoSQL

As Gartner warns in the report, adopting NoSQL storage can result in Information … read more

Introducing Quantitative Enterprise Architecture

It is rather ridiculous that the discussion on Data Driven Enterprise did not … read more

OWL Modelling for Information Architects

Business Abstraction delivered OWL training customised for experienced Information Architects. The target audience … read more

Business Component Modelling (3 days)

The course delivers the capability to define Services conceptually, without committing to a specific platform, thus enabling true business & IT agility. The modelling technique analyses the Enterprise (as defined by TOGAF, the organisation as engaging or engaged by other parties) as built from self-contained Business Services, then develops a blue print for SOA implementation. 


The course is recommended to:

  • Enterprise Architects
  • Business Architects
  • Solution Architects
  • Business Strategy Specialists
  • Business Analysts
  • Project Leaders


  • Introduction to Conceptual Service Modelling;
  • Modelling Business Context.
  • Overview of Capability & Motivation Modelling
  • Modelling Business Components and Business Interfaces
  • Service-compliant Business Process Modelling
  • Traceability and Navigation for Business ?Component Modelling;
  • Generating Interface Specificatons
  • Overview Service Design as the nex step.


Please contact us to register your interest or request further information.