wiki says The current printable version is dated 06-Feb-2004 and edited by Dr Paula J Hagan. It has been approved for public release; distribution unlimited. New sections and expansions of current "stubs" are under development within MITRE and will be released to the web on an ad-hoc basis.
i thus take it this is the document.
holy crap ,141 pages in this PDF, another 800 for the TOGAF, wonder how many exam marks will be allocated to EABOK and TOGAF?
at least were getting exposed to these standards in the course, which is great
are you gonna print out the 1000 odd pages for the 2 guides?
i dont know at this stage how deep we need to delve into EABOK and TOGAF, i cannot say for sure to what extent the remaining assignments use these references, but i cannot find the phrases in the remaining assignments.
dont know if it just a portion of the EABOK and TOGAF that we should study.
Construct your own definition of Enterprise architecture by referring to the textbook, the EA
Body of Knowledge, the open group TOGAF and other relevant sources. Show the development
of your definition in detail
what im going to do is post the definitions of each of the sources, and then create my down definition afterwards.
i'll alter the original sources only in a manner that it will make it easier for me to understand when i re read it again, and prob a bit more summative than in the TOGAF and EABOK references
The best I could get was a draft guide to EABOK from mitre.org. I haven't yet got TOGAF copy but have visited their website. Any copy? I have done and submited my first assignment already. I am busy with the second one. There are active discussions on EA at http://it.toolbox.com/ that seem very interesting on this subject and many others. Try out.