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CERTIFIED TOGAF Online Training


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CERTIFIED TOGAF Online Training Details
Track Regular Track Weekend Track Fast Track
Course Duration 35 Hrs 8 Weekends 5 Days
Hours 1hr/day 2 Hours a day 6 Hours a day
Training Mode Online Classroom Online Classroom Online Classroom
Delivery Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live


Course Curriculum

Introduction to TOGAF

  • Aligning IT with business objectives
  • TOGAF as a framework for enterprise architecture
  • Explaining the role and purpose of The Open Group
  • Outlining the structure of the TOGAF document
  • Navigating the TOGAF Certification for People Program

Defining Core Concepts

  • Views and viewpoints
  • Separating enterprise architecture into domains
  • Categorizing architectural artifacts through an enterprise continuum
  • Building architectures
  • Creating architectures with the Architectural Development Method (ADM)
  • Establishing an enterprise architecture capability
  • Combining TOGAF with other frameworks

Implementing the Architectural Development Method (ADM)

  • ADM Overview
  • Recognizing the basic structure of the ADM
  • Adapting the ADM
  • Scoping the architecture effort
  • Detailing an architectural requirements management framework
  • Bootstrapping in the Preliminary Phase
  • Establishing the requirements for architecture work
  • Confirming architecture principles
  • Defining the enterprise architecture team and organization
  • Envisioning the architecture work (Phase A)
  • Determining target architecture value propositions
  • Developing the Statement of Architecture Work
  • Creating Domain Architectures (Phases B-D)
  • Describing target Business Architectures
  • Covering the application and data domains through Information Systems Architecture
  • Mapping application components to underlying technologies with Technology Architectures

Applying Enterprise Architecture Through Projects (ADM Phases E-H)

  • Delivering architecture projects
  • Deriving Transition Architectures that deliver continuous business value
  • Developing Implementation and Migration Plans
  • Prioritizing work packages and projects
  • Maintaining enterprise architecture
  • Governing and managing Architecture Contracts
  • Triggering new cycles of the ADM

Applying ADM Guidelines and Techniques

  • Placing the ADM in Context
  • Iterating the ADM
  • Building hierarchies of ADM processes
  • Dealing with architecture styles
  • Providing guidance for security architecture
  • Governing Service-Oriented Architecture

Leveraging the Enterprise Continuum

  • Categorizing architectural artifacts
  • Populating the architecture and solutions continua
  • Storing artifacts in the Architecture Repository
  • Exploiting the Enterprise Continuum for reuse
  • Partitioning architectures
  • Analyzing the architecture landscape through partitioning
  • Aggregating and integrating content
  • TOGAF Reference Models
  • Modeling Foundation Architecture with the Technical Reference Model (TRM)
  • Exploring the Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (III-RM)

Creating an Architecture Capability Framework

  • Developing an architecture competency
  • Establishing a sustainable practice
  • Setting up an Architecture Board
  • Ensuring conformance and compliance
  • Detailing architecture compliance Reviews
  • Practicing architecture governance

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Course Curriculum

Introduction to TOGAF

  • Aligning IT with business objectives
  • TOGAF as a framework for enterprise architecture
  • Explaining the role and purpose of The Open Group
  • Outlining the structure of the TOGAF document
  • Navigating the TOGAF Certification for People Program

Defining Core Concepts

  • Views and viewpoints
  • Separating enterprise architecture into domains
  • Categorizing architectural artifacts through an enterprise continuum
  • Building architectures
  • Creating architectures with the Architectural Development Method (ADM)
  • Establishing an enterprise architecture capability
  • Combining TOGAF with other frameworks

Implementing the Architectural Development Method (ADM)

  • ADM Overview
  • Recognizing the basic structure of the ADM
  • Adapting the ADM
  • Scoping the architecture effort
  • Detailing an architectural requirements management framework
  • Bootstrapping in the Preliminary Phase
  • Establishing the requirements for architecture work
  • Confirming architecture principles
  • Defining the enterprise architecture team and organization
  • Envisioning the architecture work (Phase A)
  • Determining target architecture value propositions
  • Developing the Statement of Architecture Work
  • Creating Domain Architectures (Phases B-D)
  • Describing target Business Architectures
  • Covering the application and data domains through Information Systems Architecture
  • Mapping application components to underlying technologies with Technology Architectures

Applying Enterprise Architecture Through Projects (ADM Phases E-H)

  • Delivering architecture projects
  • Deriving Transition Architectures that deliver continuous business value
  • Developing Implementation and Migration Plans
  • Prioritizing work packages and projects
  • Maintaining enterprise architecture
  • Governing and managing Architecture Contracts
  • Triggering new cycles of the ADM

Applying ADM Guidelines and Techniques

  • Placing the ADM in Context
  • Iterating the ADM
  • Building hierarchies of ADM processes
  • Dealing with architecture styles
  • Providing guidance for security architecture
  • Governing Service-Oriented Architecture

Leveraging the Enterprise Continuum

  • Categorizing architectural artifacts
  • Populating the architecture and solutions continua
  • Storing artifacts in the Architecture Repository
  • Exploiting the Enterprise Continuum for reuse
  • Partitioning architectures
  • Analyzing the architecture landscape through partitioning
  • Aggregating and integrating content
  • TOGAF Reference Models
  • Modeling Foundation Architecture with the Technical Reference Model (TRM)
  • Exploring the Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (III-RM)

Creating an Architecture Capability Framework

  • Developing an architecture competency
  • Establishing a sustainable practice
  • Setting up an Architecture Board
  • Ensuring conformance and compliance
  • Detailing architecture compliance Reviews
  • Practicing architecture governance

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