TOGAF is the foremost generic framework in the field of Enterprise Architecture (EA).
This course provides guidance on what to do to establish an architecture practice and how to use it in connection with planning the longer-term transformation of the enterprise (strategic architecture), and designing capabilities to support and sustain the transformation.
This course will benefit:
Practicing architects from complex organizations looking for a set of defined processes to help in the organization, governance and management of architecture teams and multiple architecture projects.
Experienced architects looking for details on the elements of sound architectural process and practice.
Senior managers, such as Project Managers and Service Managers, who wish to gain a full appreciation of architecture practice.
Aspiring architects commencing their career wishing to obtain recognized EA certification.
This TOGAF accredited course examines how practitioners can base their activities on a set of well-defined processes. It examines the framework as a whole, including the numerous techniques to assist in organizing, governing and now in this version, describing, architecture. It incorporates recommendations on how to adapt the framework to deal with issues such as Security and Service-oriented Architecture.
The course prepares participants to take the combined TOGAF 9.1 Foundation and Certified exams (Level 1 and 2). During the course delegates will be helped to prepare for this combined exam.
For full details of the TOGAF certification scheme, visit the following link: www.opengroup.org
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This workshop has been designed to enable participants to:
Understand the basic concepts of enterprise architecture and TOGAF
Explain the features of TOGAF and its methodology
Implement TOGAF in their work to maximum effect
Develop an understanding of the necessary body of knowledge to achieve certification by examination for TOGAF
There are no formal prerequisites for this course and certification. It is however advised that delegates have several years of IT experience in a variety of roles and also have an understanding of Enterprise or IT Architecture.
TOGAF Basic / Core Concepts
Introduction to the ADM
Daily Wrap up / Q and A
Architecture Views, Viewpoints, and Stakeholders
TOGAF Reference Models
The Architecture Governance Framework
Architecture Content Framework
TOGAF Content Metamodel
Architecture Implementation Techniques
Phase A: Architecture
Business Scenarios Technique
Phase B: Business Architecture
Phase C: Information Systems Architectures – Data Architecture
Phase C: Information Systems Architectures – Application Architecture
TOGAF Foundation Architecture: Technical Reference Model
Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
Phase D: Technology Architecture
Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions
Migration Planning Techniques
Phase F: Migration Planning
Phase G: Implementation Governance
Phase H: Architecture Change Management
ADM Requirements Management
Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: Iteration and Levels
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