Sunday, April 17, 2016
02:30 PM - 05:45 PM
Visualization of Architectures can be difficult with many people using many tools, icons, and techniques for displaying architecture objects. This presentation will help give you justification for creating and using templates for architecture that can be the start of a library of re-usable documentation, and illustrate the need for changes in your architecture landscape.
- Architecture visualization use cases
- Visualization best practices
- Standard icon library and legend creation
- Standard template creation
- Mapping library organization
- Getting started with support organizations
Susan Earley has spent the last 25 years working in data management in various ways, starting with application development, data warehouse development and management, data modeling, and data architecture.
She was the Assistant Editor for the DAMA-DMBOK released in 2009 and the editor for the 2011 edition of the DAMA Dictionary of Data Management. She was the production editor for the DAMA-DMBOK2.