This is the list of TOGAF artefacts as defined in the TOGAF book. Examples of models are provided for each supported diagram.
Togaf-Modeling intents to also provide examples for matrixes and catalogs in future iterations.
A system use case diagram displays the relationships between consumers and providers of application services. Application services are consumed by actors or other application services and the application use case diagram provides added richness in describing application functionality by illustrating how and when that functionality is used. The purpose of the system use case diagram is to help to describe and validate the interaction between actors and their roles with applications. As the
A solution concept diagram provides a high-level orientation of the solution that is envisaged in order to meet the objectives of the architecture engagement. In contrast to the more formal and detailed architecture diagrams developed in the following phases, the solution concept represents a pencil sketch of the expected solution at the outset of the engagement. This diagram may embody key objectives, requirements and constraints for the engagement, and also highlight work areas to be
A value chain diagram provides a high-level orientation view of an enterprise and how it interacts with the outside world. In contrast to the more formal functional decomposition diagram developed within Phase B (Business Architecture), the value chain diagram focuses on presentational impact. The purpose of this diagram is to quickly on-board and align stakeholders for a particular change initiative, so that all participants understand the high-level functional and organizational context of
A business footprint diagram describes the links between business goals, organizational units, business functions and services, and maps these functions to the technical components delivering the required capability.
A business footprint diagram provides clear traceability between a technical component and the business goal that it satisfies, whilst also demonstrating ownership of the services identified.
A business footprint diagram demonstrates only the key facts linking organization unit
The business service/information diagram shows the information needed to support one or more business services. The business service/information diagram shows what data is consumed or produced by a business service and may also show the source of information. The business service/information diagram shows an initial representation of the information present within the architecture and therefore forms a basis for elaboration and refinement within phase C (data architecture).