Enhance your EA/BPM service to include Application/Technology Portfolio Management capabilities — enabling better application/technology lifecycle planning / prioritization and cost control. This includes the development/tailoring of COBIT-5 derived practices and tool customization — helping to capture key data on the “input” side (as programs/project stakeholders create models and artifacts), and using that data on the “output” side (creating dashboards to utilize high-quality data).
Practices, Methods and Frameworks enhancements needed to accomodate Application/Technology portfolio management, such as “front-end” EA/BPM repository meta-model tailoring to include key application/technology component modeling standards, notations and guidelines.
Development/tailoring of Application Portfolio Management dashboards, which utilize high-quality “front-end” data to provide information needed for lifecycle management/maintenance planning.
Outcome (example scenario): Assume a customer self-service web application use a business process, and that processes uses an ERP application and a key web application components. Those applications and components use a Linux-Apache-Mysql-PHP (LAMP) stack and Coldfusion components. Coldfusion is marked as EOL, and from the dashboard and/or optional event-triggered email reports, solution owners/IT maintenance staff can have a clear understanding of priority services that will be interrupted by End-of-Life components.