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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
TOGAF Advanced - Content Framework And Continuum $74.95
TOGAF Advanced - Enterprise Architecture $74.95
TOGAF Advanced - Guidelines and Techniques $74.95
TOGAF Advanced - Reference Models and Capability Framework $74.95

Bundle Price: $169.00
Total Savings: $130.80


TOGAF Advanced - Content Framework And Continuum

The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) provides an approach for designing, planning, implementing, and governing an enterprise information technology architecture. In this course, you’ll learn about the TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) cycle, a method for developing an enterprise architecture. This includes applying the ADM cycle from various perspectives such as business scenarios and risk. You will also learn about the TOGAF Enterprise Continuum, its relationship with the ADM, and the Solutions Continuum. This course also covers the Content Framework with emphasis on the Content Metamodel, architectural artifacts, and deliverables, along with how they can be leveraged in an enterprise architecture program.
  • start the course
  • describe how to create and apply business scenarios throughout the ADM cycle
  • describe how to apply gap analysis throughout the ADM cycle
  • describe how to apply useful techniques during the migration planning phase of the ADM
  • describe how to gather and use interoperability requirements throughout the ADM cycle
  • describe how to use readiness indicators in the migration planning phase of the ADM
  • describe how to manage risk as applied to an architecture project
  • describe how to use the Capability-Based Planning technique with the ADM
  • describe the architecture content framework and how it supports enterprise architecture and the ADM
  • describe the content metamodel and how it supports enterprise architecture and the ADM
  • describe architectural artifacts and how they support enterprise architecture and the ADM
  • describe architectural deliverables and how they support enterprise architecture and the ADM
  • describe building blocks and how they support enterprise architecture and the ADM
  • describe the solutions continuum and how it applies to enterprise architecture
  • describe how to apply the enterprise continuum to the ADM and your organization
  • describe how to apply architecture partitioning to the preliminary phase of the ADM
  • describe how to apply architecture partitioning to enable integration of those partitions
  • describe the architecture repository and purpose/utility of the reference library
  • describe the architecture repository and purpose/utility of the standards information base
  • describe the architecture repository and purpose/utility of the governance log
  • apply the principles of the content framework and enterprise continuum in a given case study

TOGAF Advanced - Enterprise Architecture

In this course, you'll go through an in-depth explanation of the TOGAF framework and Enterprise Architecture and learn how to enhance and mature architectures using the framework.
  • start the course
  • introduce the Architecture Development Method of TOGAF
  • describe the objectives and approach of the preliminary phase of the ADM
  • describe the inputs, processes, and outputs of the preliminary phase of the ADM
  • describe the objectives and approach of the architecture vision phase of the ADM
  • describe the inputs, processes, and outputs of the architecture vision phase of the ADM
  • describe the objectives and approach of the business architecture phase of the ADM
  • describe the inputs, processes, and outputs of the business architecture phase of the ADM
  • describe the information systems phase of the ADM balancing data and application architecture
  • describe the objectives and approach of the data architecture phase of the ADM
  • describe the inputs, processes, and outputs of the data architecture phase of the ADM
  • describe the objectives and approach of the application architecture phase of the ADM
  • describe the inputs, processes, and outputs of the application architecture phase of the ADM
  • describe the objectives and approach of the technology architecture phase of the ADM
  • describe the inputs, processes, and outputs of the technology architecture phase of the ADM
  • describe the objectives and approach of the opportunities and solutions phase of the ADM
  • describe the inputs, processes, and outputs of the opportunities and solutions phase of the ADM
  • describe the objectives and approach of the migration planning phase of the ADM
  • describe the inputs, processes, and outputs of the migration planning phase of the ADM
  • describe the objectives and approach of the implementation governance phase of the ADM
  • apply the guidelines and techniques of the Architecture Development Method (ADM) cycle in a given case study

TOGAF Advanced - Guidelines and Techniques

In this course, you'll examine phase G, phase H, and architecture requirements management of the Architecture Development Method (ADM Cycle). You'll also learn about the TOGAF framework and Enterprise Architecture with a focus on guidelines and techniques.
  • start the course
  • describe the inputs, processes, and outputs of the implementation governance phase of the ADM
  • describe the objectives and approach of the architecture change management phase of the ADM
  • describe the inputs, processes, and outputs of the architecture change management phase of the ADM
  • describe the objectives and approach of the architecture requirements management phase of the ADM
  • describe the inputs, processes, and outputs of the architecture requirements management phase of the ADM
  • introduce guidelines and techniques and how they can be applied to the ADM
  • describe how to apply iteration to the ADM
  • describe how to apply the architectural landscape to the ADM
  • describe how to apply security architecture to the ADM focusing on architecture domains and business requirements
  • describe how to apply security architecture to the ADM focusing on preliminary phase
  • describe how to apply security architecture to the ADM focusing on the architecture vision phase
  • describe how to apply security architecture to the ADM focusing on the business architecture phase
  • describe how to apply security architecture to the ADM focusing on the information systems architecture phase
  • describe how to apply security architecture to the ADM focusing on the technology architecture phase
  • describe how to apply security architecture to the ADM focusing on the remaining phases
  • describe how to apply the ADM to enhance a Service-Oriented Architecture
  • describe how to create and apply architectural principles throughout the ADM cycle
  • describe how to manage stakeholders through the ADM cycle
  • describe how to apply architectural patterns through the ADM cycle
  • apply principles and techniques of the Security Architecture in a given case study

TOGAF Advanced - Reference Models and Capability Framework

The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) defines two reference models – the Technical Reference Model (TRM) and the Integrated Information Infrastructure - Reference Model (III-RM). In this course, you'll learn about these reference models and the key application platform taxonomies. This course also covers TOGAF's Architecture Capability Framework and related architectures such as boards, governance, and maturity models and discusses how these concepts can be leveraged in an enterprise architecture program.
  • start the course
  • describe the origins and needs for architecture Reference models
  • describe the Technical Reference Model as a foundation to build other architectures upon
  • describe the TRM around application services in more detail
  • describe the application platform taxonomy around data interchange, data management, and graphics/imaging services
  • describe the application platform taxonomy around international operation, location/directory, and network services
  • describe the application platform taxonomy around system services, software engineering, and transaction processing services
  • describe the application platform taxonomy around user interface, security, and system/network management services
  • describe the application platform taxonomy around the provisioning of object-oriented services
  • describe the information infrastructure reference model (III-RM) with a focus on the concept of Boundaryless Information flow
  • describe how to establish an architecture capability with an enterprise using the ADM
  • describe how an architecture board supports the enterprise architecture practice
  • describe how architecture compliance can be used to ensure that implementations are following the enterprise architectures
  • describe how to use the checklists to ensure compliance with the approved architectures
  • describe how the architecture contracts or agreements can be used to ensure successful implementations
  • describe how to use governance to manage the architecture capability
  • describe how the governance framework assists with the architecture capability
  • describe how measuring the maturity of the architecture capability can enhance the desired outcomes
  • describe how defining the required skills for various roles in the architecture capability can help in identifying gaps
  • describe the various required skills of an enterprise architect
  • apply the guidelines and techniques of the Capability Framework in a given case study
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TOGAF 9.1 Advanced e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    271533
  • Duration:
    n/a
  • Price:
    $169