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TOGAF 9.1

 

TOGAF® 9.1 Accredited Training Program *

 

Enterprise Architecture (EA) is more than the collection of the constituent architectures (Business, Application, Technology, and Information). It is a conceptual tool that assists organizations with the understanding of their own structure and the way they work. It provides a map of the enterprise and is a route planner for business and technology change.


The interrelationships among these architectures, and their joint properties, are essential to the Enterprise Architecture. That is to say, these architectures should not be approached in isolation. Together, they are intended to address important Enterprise-wide concerns, such as:


§  Meeting stakeholder needs

§  Aligning IT with the business

§  Seamless integration and data sharing

§  Security and dependability

§  Data integrity, consistency

§  Reducing duplication

§  Utilizing Enterprise Architecture as a blueprint for current and desired capabilities and facilities gap analysis

§  Utilizing EA as a tool for strategic, acquisition, and capital investment planning

 

TOGAF is an architectural framework - The Open Group Architectural Framework. The key to TOGAF is a reliable, proven method - the TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) - for developing an IT architecture that meets the needs of your business. It is a set of methods, processes, reference models, standards, techniques and tools for developing a broad range of different IT architectures. It enables IT organizations to design, evaluate, and build the right architecture for their enterprise, and reduces the costs of planning, designing, and implementing architectures based on open systems solutions.

 

Who should attend?

 

The target audience for TOGAF 9 Certified training includes but is not limited to:

 

§  Individuals who require a deep understanding of TOGAF 9

§  Professionals who are working in an organization where TOGAF has been adopted and who need to participate in architecture projects and initiatives

§  Architects who will be responsible for developing architecture artifacts

§  Architects who wish to introduce TOGAF 9 into an architecture practice

§  Architects who want to achieve a recognized qualification to demonstrate their detailed knowledge of TOGAF 9

 

Certification

 

§  TOGAF 9 – Foundation after passing level 1 exam

§  TOGAF 9 – Certified after passing level 2 exam

 

What is included in the package?

 

§  TOGAF 9.1 accredited training class

§  Open Group official training material

§  English language delivery

§  Lunch & refreshments

§  TOGAF 9.1 Level 1 exam fee

§  TOGAF 9.1 Level 2 exam fee

§  Mock exams fees

 
Course Content

 

Day 1

§  Course Introduction

§  Management Overview

§  The TOGAF 9 Components

§  An Introduction to the Architecture Development Method

§  The Enterprise Continuum

§  The Architecture Repository

§  The Architecture Content Framework

§  The Architecture Content Metamodel

§  The Preliminary Phase


Day 2

§  Architecture Governance

§  Business Scenarios

§  Stakeholder Management

§  Architecture Views and Viewpoints

§  Building Blocks and the ADM

§  Architecture Implementation Support Techniques

§  Phase A: Architecture Vision

§  Phase B: Business Architecture

§  Phase B: Business Architecture – Catalogs, Diagrams and Matrices


Day 3

§  Phase C: Information Systems Architectures

§  Phase C: Data Architecture

§  Phase C: Data Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams

§  The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model

§  Phase C: Applications Architecture

§  Phase C: Applications Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams

§  Foundation Architecture

§  Phase D: Technology Architecture


Day 4

§  Phase D: Technology Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams

§  Migration Planning Techniques

§  Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions

§  Phase F: Migration Planning

§  Phase G: Implementation Governance

§  Phase H: Architecture Change Management

§  ADM Requirements Management


Day 5

§  Architecture Partitioning

§  Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: Iteration and Levels

§  Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: Security

§  Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: SOA

§  Architecture Maturity Models

§  Architecture Skills Framework

 

 

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