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As a non-solution architect I look forward to participating and learning from members of this Group. If anyone can share what a 'day in the life of a solution architect is' I would love to hear everyone's stories. Thank you!
Hi Stephanie, this is the type a dialog we are looking to generate and build the awareness of what architects do. Hopefully others in the community respond to you question as well. I can also publish what a typical job description looks like that shows some of those activities.
Thanks for posting, Darrin. You point out that there is a difference and many people do not have this understanding. And not all EAs make a good SAs and vs. Versa. Too many times EAs are doing Solution Architecture work rather than real EA work, so the distinction is important.
I am interested in other people's thoughts on this.
Hi Jan, I added a discussion on EA vs. SolArc: Enterprise Architecture and Solution Architecture - SAP Community Groups. Please have a look and share your thoughts. One of the SAP EA Framework principles is that we want to have consistent linkage between strategic SolArc within EA and the operational Sol Arc. We can talk after vacation. A
I'm new to SAP. I completed the EA course below last week as a prerequisite for learning about SAP Activate. It was a great course, and a vivid reminder that enterprise innovation can be initiated from the tech side of a business.
An Enterprise Architect’s View on SAP Business Technology Platform