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IBM defines IT architecture as one of the career development professions within the company (Yi Qun, 2009) and again identifies a number of specializations within it, namely enterprise architecture, application architecture, information ar- Relating Enterprise, Application, and Infrastructure Architects chitecture, infrastructure architecture, integration architecture and operations architecture. These specializations naturally reflect the type of work in which most of IBM’s architects are involved.
While there are different types of IT architects, there is a core set of characteristics that they all share. We have found these to be as follows: • Design-Centric Work: Architecture is a design centric activity, although different architects are responsible for designing different types of artifact. However, designing something, be it a system, an infrastructure, a process or a service is core to the activity of being an architect. • • • • Stakeholder Focus: Being an architect involves a lot of focus on stakeholders, much more so than more traditional technical and design oriented jobs.
The first references to the idea of software architecture emerged at the now famous NATO conference on software engineering in 1969. However the idea of a software or IT architect did not become widespread until the 1990s, when it became more common to hear of people described as “architects,” and the first mainstream publications talking about architecture were published, such as the IEEE Software special issue on software architecture in 1995 (IEEE, 1995). Since then, awareness and understanding of the role has accelerated, to the point where today you can find architects in almost any enterprise with a significant IT capability.
Aligning enterprise, system, and software architectures by Ivan Mistrík; IGI Global.; et al