The view of the concern (the perspective of the concern that gives the most useful information)

Examples might include:

View Name View Description
Acquisition View An inventory of Vendors and COTS products that are in a lifecycle of use.
Application View An inventory or list of all Applications that the Enterprise uses.
Business Domain Information View A model (or list to see attributes such as impacts, owners, etc.) of the business information entities on which the Business is based. Typical e.g.s are Product, Customer, Trade, etc.
Business Interface View A composite view of a collection of different interfaces between the internal and external sides of the business, such as Party, Roles, Business Actors, Markets, Locations, Business Services, etc.
Business Requirement View A list of requirements from the business in order to shape projects.
Data View A view of anything to do with data aspects within the Enterprise.
Deployment View A list or model of Server & Network nodes, the basic connectivity and the software running on the Server nodes.
Function View
Finances View Costs of Projects, Architecture, etc.
Lifecycle Timing View A list or model of the Organisation, Services, Process or other lifecycles within the organisation.
Location View a list or model of the Locations which effect the organisation.
Market View A list or model of the Markets and dependencies on other business items such as Products, Servicess, Stakeholders, Locations, etc. Could also be called an Industry View.
Motivation View A composite list of various sub-Views from items such as Vision, Mission, Goals, Objectives, Drivers, Constraints.
Organisation Structure View A list or model of the organisation structure, and its relationship to other related entities such as Projects, Stakeholders, Business Actors, etc.
Party View (or Participant View) List of Party or Participants both internal or external to the organisation.
Patterns View A view of all to do with Patterns in the Enterprise Architecture.
People View A human involvement view of the Enterprise as opposed to a System involvement view.
Performance View
Process View A view of processes in the Enterprise (but at any level System, Data, Technology, etc.)
Project View A view of all Projects in their various states.
Project Cost View A list of IT Projects, the costs involved, the number of resources allocated, etc.
Resource View Lists of resources used.
Roadmap View A view of selected Roadmaps defined for the Architecture.
Rule View A composite list and or models of sub-views from items such as Principles, Business Policy, Directive, Standards, etc. which work in tandem with the motivation view to contrain and guide it.
System View A list or model of components of a system. (There could ber many different sub-models here, but remember this is the EA view of the world not the developers view of the world.) Another name for this could be Application View
Stakeholder View A list or model of Business Stakeholders.
Security View A view of all Security within the enterprise.
Service View A view of all Services and Service lifecycles within the enterprise.
Software Engineering View A view of the software engineering done on the software systems.
System Engineering View A view of the system engineering done on the systems.
Use Case View A list or model of Use cases elipses and the names of the use cases. This would probably include the Actors too.
Usability View A view of consisent user interfaces into the applications and systems.
Value View A list or model of concepts like Value Networks and Value chains.
Workproduct View A model of all the Workproducts and their inter-relationships for any particular domain that has a process such as the Enterprise Architecture Practice, a Software Development Project, even a Finance department, HR department, etc.
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