Knowledge Architect/Reference/Glossary/B


BACKTRACK
An application  resource advanced query operation that can locally or recursively 'backtrack' a relation type, from a starting resource. Serving various purposes, it can, for example, find and retrieve everything (or subsets) that a resource can access, directly or indirectly (e.g. recursively). See also Foretrack.

BEHAVIOR
Behavior is the effective exercise (e.g.  activities, processes) of Resource capabilities.

BLUE
Background color used for  modeling  description  resources. Blue is the coldest primary color, and description resources are the lowest business priority resource archetype.

BLUEPRINT
Functional definition for the integration and development of technology  infrastructure into the business process.

BPEL
DNAOS supported service  orchestration  service  standard for SOA and service environments.

BUNDLE
A group of DNAOS  catalog items, bundled together as a new catalog item, with discount(s) and/or special(s).

BUSINESS
A resource entity's (e.g. organization) activities.

BUSINESS ANALYST
Business Architecture worker.

BUSINESS ARCHITECT
Business Architecture Management worker.

BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE
The Architecture of a business. An organization's Views on its Business Resources (e.g. processes, use cases) and (e.g. through its) resource models.

BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE MODELING
Modeling  Business Architecture. Defining an organization's Business Resource  Models and Views.

BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE MANAGEMENT
Understanding and transforming an organization's Business Resources from its Business Architecture.

BUSINESS PROCESS
Business relevant Process.

BUSINESS RESOURCES
Business relevant Resources.


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