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TOGAF 9 Training Course: Level 1 and 2 Combined Classroom

$4,000

TOGAF® 9 Training Course: Level 1 and 2 Combined
Certificate TOGAF 9 Foundation and TOGAF 9 Certified
Duration: 4 or 5 days
Delivery: Classroom
Accreditor: The Open Group
Languages: English

How do I become a TOGAF certified?

You must pass both TOGAF 9 level 1 (Foundation) and level 2 (Certification) exams to become TOGAF 9 certified. An Exam Voucher will be provided to you with the course, and you may take the exam at your convenience from any of the nearest Open Group Pearson VUE test centers.
There are no prerequisites for TOGAF Foundation (Part 1) exam. For  TOGAF Certified (Part 2) exam, the participant should have passed the TOGAF Foundation (Part 1) exam. For TOGAF Part 1 and Part 2 Combined exam, there are no formal prerequisites.

 

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Description

TOGAF® 9 Training Course: Level 1 and 2 Combined
Certificate TOGAF 9 Foundation and TOGAF 9 Certified
Duration: 4 or 5 days
Delivery: Classroom
Accreditor: The Open Group
Languages: English

Course Agenda

Overview
Introductions
Course Objectives
Course Outline
Course Material
Important Information
Summary

ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE – AN INTRODUCTION
Learning Objectives
Defining Enterprise
Defining Architecture
Architecture vs Design
Enterprise Architecture
Architecture Framework
Summary

TOGAF® 9.1 – AN INTRODUCTION
Learning Objectives
The Open Group — An Overview
TOGAF® 9.1 — An Overview
Kinds of Architecture
Core Concepts
ADM Guidelines and Techniques
Core Concepts
TOGAF® 9.1
Summary

THE ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT METHOD
Learning Objectives
Introduction to the ADM
Architecture Development Method
Version Control of Deliverables
Identifying the Main Deliverables
Relationship between the ADM and other parts of TOGAF
Phases in the ADM
Summary

ENTERPRISE CONTINUUM AND ARCHITECTURE REPOSITORY
Learning Objectives
Core Concepts
Enterprise Continuum
Architecture Repository
Core Concepts
Summary

ARCHITECTURE CONTENT FRAMEWORK
Learning Objectives
Content Metamodel
Content Metamodel Extensions
Artifacts
Deliverables
Building Blocks
Summary


PRELIMINARY PHASE AND REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT
Learning Objectives
Preliminary Phase
Deliverables
Adapting TOGAF
Adapting the ADM
Partitioning the Architecture
Applying Iterations to the ADM
Revisiting the Preliminary Phase
Principles
Architecture Principles
Developing Architecture Principles
Applying Architecture Principles
Architecture Requirements
Requirements Management
Deliverables
Summary

Architecture Vision
Learning Objectives
Phase A — Architecture Vision
Scoping the Architecture
Deliverables
Business Scenarios
Stakeholder Management
Risk Management
Capability-Based Planning
Business Transformation Readiness Assessment
Summary

BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE
Learning Objectives
Phase B — Business Architecture
Gap Analysis
Architecture Development Iteration
Artifacts
Summary

INFORMATION SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE
Learning Objectives
Phase C — Information Systems Architectures
Artifacts
Activity
Summary

Technology ARCHITECTURE
Learning Objectives
Phase D – Technology Architecture
Artifacts
Technical Reference Model
Activity
Summary

TRANSITION PLANNING
Learning Objectives
Phase E — Opportunities And Solutions
Deliverables
Phase F — Migration Planning
Deliverables
Transition Architecture
Migration Planning
Migration Planning Techniques
Opportunities and Solutions Phase
Migration Planning Phase
Summary

IMPLEMENTATION GOVERNANCE AND ARCHITECTURE CHANGE MANAGEMENT
Learning Objectives
Phase G — Implementation Governance
Deliverables
Phase H — Architecture Change Management
Architecture Board
Architecture Compliance
Architecture Conformance
Architecture Governance
Architecture Contracts
Implementation Governance Phase — Phase G
Architecture Change Management Phase — Phase H
Summary

Security Architecture
Learning Objectives
Introducing Security Architecture
Security Architecture
Summary

ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION AND SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE
Learning Objectives
Boundaryless Information Flow™
Interoperability Requirements
Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
Service Oriented Architecture
Summary

ARCHITECTURE PATTERNS
Learning Objectives
Introduction to Architecture Pattern
Architecture Pattern
Summary

ARCHITECTURE CAPABILITY FRAMEWORK
Learning Objectives
Architecture Skills Framework
Role of the Architect
Architecture Skills Framework
Skills
Key Characteristics
How to Use TOGAF
Building Architecture Capability
Summary

EXAM PREPARATION GUIDE
Learning Objectives
Value of Certification
Types of TOGAF Certification
Examination Format
Useful Tips for Taking the Exam

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Enterprise, Individual

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