Modeling Architecture with the TOGAF Framework to Support the Smart Village in Indonesia

Artika Arista (1), Rudhy Ho Purabaya (2)
(1) Information Systems, Faculty of Computer Science, Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia
(2) Information Systems, Faculty of Computer Science, Universitas Pembangunan Nasional Veteran Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia
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Arista, Artika, and Rudhy Ho Purabaya. “Modeling Architecture With the TOGAF Framework to Support the Smart Village in Indonesia”. International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology, vol. 14, no. 2, Apr. 2024, pp. 472-8, doi:10.18517/ijaseit.14.2.18679.
In an agricultural nation like Indonesia, where villages are one of the key regions for economic growth, Jatisura Village in the Cikedung district of Indramayu has the potential to grow into a smart village. This is because Rosalia Food MSMEs (Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises) that have sold their products to the Asian level and reputable communities like Situ Bolang as a tourist attraction both have potential in Jatisura village. Realizing smart village development is a program that requires cooperation from all parties since it is in line with the government's priority program, which is to construct Indonesia from the periphery to minimize the inequity between cities and rural areas. Therefore, a model of architecture that aligns with information technology architecture is required to implement the construction of smart villages. This study intended to build an architecture that aligns with information technology to facilitate the implementation of smart villages based on information and communication technology in Jatisura village, Indonesia's Indramayu regency. To promote digital inclusion and more excellent employment prospects, this study focuses on smart village architecture and methods leveraging ICT initiatives. The TOGAF framework was the foundation architectural concept used. The framework generated business and organizational architecture models, information system and technological architectures, and migration, implementation, and change management architectures. All these architectural models help carry out the process of constructing a smart village, enabling it to do so in a way that effectively carries out the vision and mission of the regency.

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