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TOGAF 9.

1 CERTIFIED (LEVEL 1 AND 2)


The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) is quickly becoming the default starting point for Enterprise Architecture (EA) work within enterprise organizations across the spectrum. With a comprehensive methodology, toolset, architectural assets, content framework, and certification program, it is no wonder that enterprises are turning towards TOGAF for their EA framework of choice. During the TOGAF training course students will become familiar with the TOGAF Version 9.1 Enterprise Edition body of knowledge. This course provides a comprehensive examination of the TOGAF specification, complete with a deep dive into the Architecture Development Method (ADM), ADM Guidance and Techniques, the Architecture Content Framework, Enterprise Continuum, and other core elements of TOGAF 9.1. Advanced topics, including architectural partitioning, iterative application of the ADM, and an examination of deliverables and how to go about tailoring the ADM will also be discussed. Upon completion of the course, students will be equipped to prepare for and pass the TOGAF 9.1 Certified (Level 2) certification exam from the Open Group. All content is reinforced through group exercises, discussions, and sharing of real-world experiences by our talented subject matter experts. Topics After completing this course, the student should be able to:

Discuss the basic concepts of enterprise architecture and TOGAF 9.1. Discuss the features of TOGAF and its methodology. Take best advantage of how to use TOGAF in their work. Gain an understanding of the necessary body of knowledge to achieve certification by examination for TOGAF 9.1 at Level 1 (TOGAF 9 Foundation) or Level 2 (TOGAF 9.1 Certified)

Audience The target audience for TOGAF 9.1 Certified (Level 1 and 2) training includes but is not limited to:

Individuals who require a deeper understanding of TOGAF 9.1 Professionals who are working in an organization where TOGAF 9.1 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 9.1 into an architecture practice Architects who want to achieve a recognized qualification to demonstrate their detailed knowledge of TOGAF 9.1

Prerequisites A prior knowledge of Enterprise Architecture is advantageous but not required

Duration Four days

* TOGAF is a trademark of the Open Group

Outline of TOGAF 9.1 Certified (Level 1 and 2) Training Introduction to TOGAF Introduction Course Material Overview The Open Group TOGAF Basics

TOGAF Components TOGAF Core Concepts and Components Overview Introduction to the Architecture Development Methodology (ADM) The Enterprise Continuum and Tools The Architecture Repository

TOGAF ADM ADM Guidelines and Techniques

Views, Viewpoints, & Stakeholders Early ADM Phases (Level 1) Key ADM Deliverables (Level 1) Building Blocks TOGAF Reference Models Later ADM Phases (Level 1) Architecture Governance

Supporting and Applying the ADM (Level 2) Architecture Content Framework The TOGAF Content Metamodel Preliminary Phase Business Scenarios Stakeholder Management Implementation Support Techniques

Phase A Architecture Vision (Level 2) Phase Steps Phase Inputs Phase Activities Phase Outputs Phase Review

Phase B Business Architecture (Level 2) Phase Steps

Phase Inputs Phase Activities Phase Outputs Phase Review

Phase C Information Systems Architecture (Level 2) Data First vs Application First Methodology Phase Steps Phase Inputs Phase Activities Phase Outputs Phase Review

TOGAF Reference Models (Level 2) Reference Model usage within ADM TOGAF III-RM TOGAF TRM

Phase D Technology Architecture (Level 2) Phase Steps Phase Inputs Phase Activities Phase Outputs Phase Review

Migration Planning Techniques -

(Level 2)

Implementation Factor Assessment and Deduction Matrix Consolidated Gaps, Solutions and Dependencies Matrix Architecture Definition Increments Table Enterprise Architecture State Evolution Table Business Value Assessment Technique Migration Planning Review

Phase E Opportunities and Solutions (Level 2) Phase Steps Phase Inputs Phase Activities Phase Outputs Phase Review

Phase F Migration Planning (Level 2) Phase Steps Phase Inputs Phase Activities Phase Outputs Phase Review

Phase G Implementation Governance (Level 2) Phase Steps Phase Inputs

Phase Activities Phase Outputs Phase Review

Architecture Repository (Level 2) Architecture Repository usage within ADM The Architecture Landscape (Strategic / Segment / Capability) The Reference Library Establishing a Standards Information Base (SIB) Standards Classification The Governance Log Architecture Repository Review

Phase H Architecture Change Management (Level 2) Phase Steps Phase Inputs Phase Activities Phase Outputs Phase Review

Architecture Requirements Management (Level 2) Requirements Management within context of ADM Developing requirements Requirements Management Steps Requirements Management Outputs

Requirements Impact Assessment Requirements Management Review

Managing TOGAF Architectures (Level 2) Architecture Partitioning Iteration and Levels Architecture Maturity Models Architecture Skills Framework

Specific Applications for TOGAF (Level 2) Defining Security Architecture with TOGAF Applying Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) within the context of TOGAF