Who is the course designed for?
In recent years, Enterprise Architecture has emerged and gained significance in enterprise business development. Today, organizations have come to realise the need to establish Enterprise Architecture to align business strategic visions with information technology. Essentially, Enterprise Architecture connects different business units for synergetic communication and collaboration. It integrates the business and makes technology drive efficiency and deliver Return on Investment (ROI).
The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF 9.1) represents an industry consensus of Enterprise Architecture frameworks and methods that can be used as the basis for creating an organization’s Enterprise Architecture. It has been built over several years through open participation and collaboration between leading industry practitioners and is endorsed by the membership of the Open Group’s Architecture Forum. The Open Group is a vendor and technology-neutral consortium whose vision of Boundaryless information Flow will enable access to integrated information within and between enterprises based on open standards and global interoperability. Hence, TOGAF is now used by leading enterprises to certify a common body of core knowledge about methodology and framework that can be easily adopted and adopted by IT Architects to any enterprise environments.
This course is delivered from the IT Architect’s perspective with reference to the IT Architecture Body of Knowledge and real-world experience. Participants are aught the proven TOGAF Architecture Development method used in the architecting process and their techniques as well as guidelines on how it can be used for architecture governance, architecture management and architecture roadmap.
In addition, this course also addresses the learning outcomes required for TOGAF9 Level 1 and Level 2 certifications, and equips participants with the practical knowledge path become TOGAF9 Certified.
Anyone who is working in an organization with the intention to set up Enterprise Architecture practices or those who are already working and performing the role of Enterprise Architects.
- Provides a deeper understanding on how to integrate IT with business from an IT Architecture perspective
- Enables organizations to standardize on open method for IT Architecture adoption and best practices to avoid lock-in to the proprietary methods of major vendors
- Provides a variety of tools, building blocks and resources that facilitate the establishment, processes and enables the design and development of Enterprise Architecture in organizations across four architecture domains: Business, Data, Applications and Technology
- Offers the means for uniting different methodologies in business planning, IT Architecture and project management under one common Enterprise Architecture framework
- Delivers details on how organizations can incorporate the framework within their internal processes to achieve better integration between IT and business needs
- Provides employers with a clear path for professional development and credibility through its certification programme, which to date has enabled more than 20,000 Enterprise Architects and trainers around the globe to demonstrate their knowledge of the TOGAF standard
- Provides an Outstanding career move and the most global recognized EA certification for Enterprise Architecs
- Introducing TOGAF
- TOGAF Management Overview
- Key Concepts of TOGAF Components
- Introducing ADM
- Enterprise Continuum and Tools
- Architecture Repository, Contents and Its Sections
- Architecture Content Framework with Their Deliverables, Artifacts and Building Blocks
- TOGAF Content Met model and its Extensions
- ADM Phase: Preliminary
- Architecture Governance
- Business Scenarios
- Stakeholder Management
- Architecture Views and Viewpoints
- Building Blocks and ADM
- Architecture Implementation Support Techniques
- ADM Phase A: Architecture Vision
- ADM Phase B: Business Architecture
- ADM Phase C: Information Systems (IS) Architecture Overview
- ADM Phase C: IS – Data Architecture
- Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model/IIIRM (I3RM)
- Foundation Architecture – Technical Reference Model (TRM)
- ADM Phase D: Technology Architecture
- Migration Planning Techniques
- ADM Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions
- ADM Phase F: Migration Planning
- ADM Phase G: Implementation Governance
- ADM Phase H: Architecture Change Management
- Architecture Requirement Management
- Architecture Partitioning
- Adopting the ADM: Iterations and Levels
- Adopting the ADM: Security
- Adopting the ADM: SOA
- Architecture Matunity Model
- Architecture Skills Framework
- Exam: Practices, Tips & Tricks
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