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SAFE Architecture Overview

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SAFE Architecture

SAFE (Strategic Architecture for the Federated Enterprise) provides the technology solution framework for MIKE2.0. The SAFE Architecture goes across applications, data, and infrastructure and was designed to accommodate the inherent complexities of a highly federated organisation. SAFE covers a number of capabilities, varying from those that are fundamental for the majority of project implementations to advanced capabilities that are only emerging in the area of Enterprise Information Management.

MIKE2.0 uses an architecture-driven approach that moves from a conceptual vision of the architecture to a set of strategic vendor products before moving into a solution architecture and design for each increment. Many of the tasks of the Overall Implementation Guide are architecture-specific, and all MIKE2.0 Solutions reference aspects of the SAFE Architecture as part of their approach to implementation.

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