Detail-level technical architecture definition requires the generation of various types of diagrams. These diagrams are created using a standardized modeling notation. Just as BPMN is used as the notation for detail-level business architecture definition, detail-level technical architecture definition uses UML 2.x.
choose a UML tool. From the UML Tools document found in this week’s Learning Resources, install one of the open-source tools or plug-ins listed, or select a trial version of a commercial UML tool.
address the following:
1. Analyze and design technical architecture artifacts for the Adopt-A-Farm virtual business, based on your solutions in the previous weeks. Create class diagrams, sequence diagrams, and other technical architecture modeling artifacts, as needed, for the Information Systems and Technology Infrastructure architecture. Verify that the various diagrams you develop are consistent.2. Explain your choice of certain UML notations over others, and analyze the completeness of your technical architecture model.3. Explain how these models align to the reference architecture you developed previously.