Business and technology constraints

Application landscape diagrams are very useful tools for describing business and technology constraints within an application portfolio and highlight platforms and systems that are out-of-support, extensively customized, not fit-for-business purpose, costly, process bottlenecks as well as other technology and business constraints and risks. Generally, an enterprise architect will begin the review of an existing application portfolio with a landscape diagram to demonstrate the extent to which an existing application portfolio supports a new organizational strategy or initiative. Assignment Task Please complete the two tasks described below. 1) Build an application landscape diagram (like the example below), but for Swinburne University. Identify the key business competencies (e.g. Customer Management) and related functions (e.g. Contact Management, Customer Insights), like those in the exemplar diagram below.