TOGAF® 9.1 Training Course in United States

  • Course Duration3 Years
  • Course Start10 Sept. 2017
  • Course Fee2900 USD

Course Schedules

Course Highlights

  • 4 Days Classroom Training
  • 44 chapters
  • TOGAF exam fee included in the course fee
  • Question bank of 240 questions for level 1 (6 sets of 40 Qs each)
  • Question bank of 40 scenario based for level 2 (5 sets of 8 Qs each)
  • 4 Case Studies
  • TOGAF 9 word puzzle
  • TOGAF 9 Participant hand book



Learning Outcomes

The purpose of enterprise architecture is to optimize across the enterprise the often fragmented legacy of processes (both manual and automated) into an integrated environment that is responsive to change and supportive of the delivery of the business strategy. Today's CEOs know that the effective management and exploitation of information through IT is a key factor to business success, and an indispensable means to achieving competitive advantage. An enterprise architecture addresses this need, by providing a strategic context for the evolution of the IT system in response to the constantly changing needs of the business environment. Furthermore, a good enterprise architecture enables you to achieve the right balance between IT efficiency and business innovation. It allows individual business units to innovate safely in their pursuit of competitive advantage. At the same time, it ensures the needs of the organization for an integrated IT strategy are met, permitting the closest possible synergy across the extended enterprise. The advantages that result from a good enterprise architecture bring important business benefits, which are clearly visible in the net profit or loss of a company or organization:
  • A more efficient business operation:
    • Lower business operation costs
    • More agile organization
    • Business capabilities shared across the organization
    • Lower change management costs
    • More flexible workforce
    • Improved business productivity
  • A more efficient IT operation:
    • Lower software development, support, and maintenance costs
    • Increased portability of applications
    • Improved interoperability and easier system and network management
    • Improved ability to address critical enterprise-wide issues like security
    • Easier upgrade and exchange of system components
  • Better return on existing investment, reduced risk for future investment:
    • Reduced complexity in the business and IT
    • Maximum return on investment in existing business and IT infrastructure
    • The flexibility to make, buy, or out-source business and IT solutions
    • Reduced risk overall in new investments and their cost of ownership
  • Faster, simpler, and cheaper procurement:
    • Buying decisions are simpler, because the information governing procurement is readily available in a coherent plan
    • The procurement process is faster - maximizing procurement speed and flexibility without sacrificing architectural coherence
    • The ability to procure heterogeneous, multi-vendor open systems
    • The ability to secure more economic capabilities

Descriptions

TOGAF®, an Open Group Standard, is a proven enterprise architecture methodology and framework used by the world's leading organizations to improve business efficiency. It is the most prominent and reliable enterprise architecture standard, ensuring consistent standards, methods, and communication among enterprise architecture professionals. Enterprise architecture professionals fluent in TOGAF standards enjoy greater industry credibility, job effectiveness, and career opportunities. TOGAF helps practitioners avoid being locked into proprietary methods, utilize resources more efficiently and effectively, and realize a greater return on investment. First published in 1995, TOGAF was based on the US Department of Defense Technical Architecture Framework for Information Management (TAFIM). From this sound foundation, The Open Group Architecture Forum has developed successive versions of TOGAF at regular intervals and published them on The Open Group public web site.

Overview

  • Management Overview

  • The TOGAF® 9.1 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

  • Architecture Governance

  • Business Scenarios

  • Stakeholder Management

  • Architecture Views and Viewpoints

  • Building Blocks and the ADM

  • Phase A: Architecture Vision and Implementation Support Techniques

  • Phase B: Business Architecture

  • Phase C: Information Systems Architectures

  • Phase C: Data Architecture

  • Phase C: Applications Architecture, and the III-RM

  • Phase D: Technology Architecture and Foundation Architecture

  • Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions and Planning Techniques

  • Phase F: Migration Planning and Techniques

  • Phase G: Implementation Governance

  • Phase H: Architecture Change Management

  • ADM Requirements Management

  • 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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TOGAF® is the foremost generic framework in the field of IS/IT Architecture. It contains substantial guidance on what to do to establish an architecture practice and then how to use it in connection with planning the longer-term transformation of the enterprise (strategic architecture), and designing capabilities to support it.