Leveraging Enterprise Architecture to Address Key Challenges of Web 3.0
By Alejandra Abril Pareja, Joan Pardillo, Monish Manikanda, Pooja Goel and Priyanka Ganapathy Valli
Web 3.0 is the still emerging 3rd evolution of the World Wide Web and with it comes a strong emphasis on decentralised applications, technologies to ensure the security of communications between these applications, such as Blockchain, and the increased use of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. This shift in architecture and technologies brings with it unique challenges for organisations. In this paper from students at the University of Melbourne, enterprise architecture frameworks (EAFs) such as TOGAF and Zachman Framework are examined for their suitability and effectiveness at guiding organisations towards Web 3.0 and all that it entails.
The paper has been created under the supervision of Dr Rod Dilnutt, School of Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne.
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