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TOGAF TOGAF 9.1 Fundamentals E-Learning Kurs
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TOGAF 9.1 Fundamentals E-learning

Order this great E-learning Training TOGAF 9.1 Fundamentals online, 1 year 24/7 access to rich interactive videos, voice, practice assignments, progress monitoring through reports and tests per subject to test the knowledge directly. After the course you will receive a certificate of participation..

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TOGAF Fundamentals - Enterprise Architecture Basics

  • start the course
  • define the purpose of Enterprise Architecture
  • define what is a framework and it's usage in architecture
  • describe who is The Open Group and the multiples components in TOGAF
  • define the multiple Architecture domains that TOGAF discusses (Business, Data/Information, Application, and Technology)
  • define the 10 phases used in architecture development
  • define Deliverables, Artifacts, and Building Blocks
  • describe how generalized solutions can be used to provide more specialized solutions
  • define how Enterprise architecture is a business capability itself and why it should be treated that way (i.e. like other business units)
  • describe the activities involved in setting up a new enterprise architecture
  • develop the vision of the business value to be developed by enterprise architecture including getting the appropriate approvals
  • develop the business architecture describing the enterprise and its target business operations required to meet business goals
  • develop the Data/Information and Application architectures describing the targets required to support the business architecture and targets
  • develop the technological architecture describing the target technology required to support the Business and Information Systems architectures
  • describe how to develop a road map to move the business from where they are today to the target state, potentially involving transitional architectures
  • describe how to implement the changes required by the roadmap while effectively communicating the changes and reasons for them
  • describe how to obtain the desired business value from implementing the required changes and how to ensure that these changes are being implemented according to the design
  • describe how to maintain the architecture lifecycle in order to insure the architecture's capability is meeting the business requirements
  • describe how Management Requirements are needed and well-managed for each phase of the architectural lifecycle in order for the dependent architectures to be meaningful and accurate
  • use iteration in order to develop architectures across the enterprise at different levels
  • identify security implications that are in involved across the Architecture Development Method
  • describe the Services Oriented Architectural style and how it aligns the Architecture Development Method
  • describe architectural principles and apply them to the Architecture Development Method
  • describe how to manage stakeholders and their viewpoints throughout the application of the Architecture Development Method
  • identify patterns and align them with the Architecture Development Method
  • describe how to acquiring business requirements primarily through the vision and business architecture phases
  • answer questions based on case study

TOGAF Fundamentals - Content Framework and Capability Basics

  • start the course
  • describe how gap analysis can be used to validate architectural outputs from the Architecture Development Method
  • identify techniques that are useful during the migration planning phases of the Architecture Development Method
  • describe how interoperability requirements are gathered and utilized throughout the Architecture Development Method
  • identify the factors that determine readiness and align them with the migration planning of the Architecture Development Method
  • describe how to management risk as applied to an architecture project
  • describe the capability-based planning technique and align it with the Architecture Development Method
  • describe how a content framework can help with organizing all of the various architectural outputs
  • describe the high-level formal structure used to organize architectural outputs
  • describe concepts around architectural artifacts and understand that certain phases will produce certain artifacts
  • describe some of the deliverables (architectural artifacts) that are produced by the Architecture Development Method
  • describe building blocks and how this applies to the Architecture Development Method
  • describe the enterprise continuum and its uses around communication and specification
  • describe the partitioning and its uses around the enterprise continuum
  • describe the repository and its contents
  • describe how tools can assist with documenting the architectural documentation
  • describe the Technical Reference Model
  • describe the concepts of the Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
  • describe at a high-level the Architecture Capability Framework
  • describe how to establish and maintain an Architectural Capability
  • describe how to establish and maintain an Architecture Board
  • describe how to establish and maintain project compliance with architectural decisions
  • describe how to establish and maintain agreements between stakeholders on the architectural outputs and use
  • identify the governance framework and how it applies to enterprise architecture
  • identify the maturity models around architecture
  • identify the skills and roles required for working with the enterprise architecture
  • suggest how TOGAF would help

TOGAF Fundamentals - Security and SOA Governance

  • start the course
  • identify and use various classes and types while applying iteration
  • define how security architecture applies to the preliminary phase of the ADM
  • define how security architecture applies to the architecture vision phase of the ADM
  • define how security architecture applies to the business architecture phase of the ADM
  • define how security architecture applies to the information systems phase of the ADM
  • define how security architecture applies to the technology architecture phase of the ADM
  • define how security architecture applies to the other phases of the ADM
  • use SOA levels and apply SOA to enterprise architecture and how it enhances SOA
  • use SOA levels and apply SOA to the preliminary phase and how it enhances SOA
  • use SOA levels and apply SOA to the architecture vision phase and how it enhances SOA
  • use SOA levels and apply SOA to the architecture development phases and how it enhances SOA
  • use business architecture artifacts in order to promote and enhance the use of SOA
  • use information system architecture artifacts in order to promote and enhance the use of SOA
  • use technology architecture artifacts in order to promote and enhance the use of SOA
  • use other architecture artifacts in order to promote and enhance the use of SOA
  • use stakeholder maps in order to enhance stakeholder management
  • illustrate example architecture development patterns
  • apply business scenarios to developing architectures
  • describe the documentation that should be completed for business scenarios
  • describe the goals and objects when using business scenarios to develop architectures
  • apply the guidelines and techniques of the Architecture Development Method (ADM) cycle in a given case study

TOGAF Fundamentals - Architectural Artifacts and the Enterprise Continuum

  • start the course
  • describe extensions, entities, attributes, and relationships as they relate to the content metamodel
  • describe the basic concepts of architectural artifacts
  • describe the concepts of views and viewpoints as they relate to architectural artifacts
  • describe the architectural artifacts relevant to the preliminary and architecture vision phases of the ADM
  • describe the architectural artifacts relevant to the business phase of the ADM
  • describe the architectural artifacts relevant to the data architecture (information systems) phase of the ADM
  • describe the architectural artifacts relevant to the application architecture (information systems) phase of the ADM
  • describe the architectural artifacts relevant to the technology, opportunities and solutions, and requirements managements phases of the ADM
  • describe the views recommended by TOGAF related to business architecture
  • describe the views recommended by TOGAF related to enterprise security
  • describe the views recommended by TOGAF related to software engineering
  • describe the views recommended by TOGAF related to system engineering
  • describe the views recommended by TOGAF related to communications engineering
  • describe the views recommended by TOGAF related to data flow
  • describe the views recommended by TOGAF related to enterprise manageability
  • describe the views recommended by TOGAF related to acquiring COTS solutions
  • describe how building blocks are created and reused throughout the ADM cycle
  • describe how to use the ADM in order to apply enterprise continuum principles to your organization
  • apply the guidelines and techniques related to Architecture Artifacts in a given case study

 

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Studiengebühr: 5 Stunden Dauer plus Übungen (variabel)
Sprache: Englisch
Online-Zugang: 1 Jahr
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