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TOGAF 9.1

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Chapter 1 : WHAT IS TOGAF? 

1WHAT IS TOGAF?

  • TOGAF is developed and maintained by members of The Open Group, working within the Architecture Forum.
  • TOGAF is a framework for developing an enterprise architecture.
  • The main focus has been on quality improvements to ensure consistent use of terminology.
  • It may be used freely by any organization wishing to develop an enterprise architecture for use within that organization.
  • TOGAF an Open Group standard, is a proven enterprise architecture methodology and framework used by the world's leading organizations to improve business efficiency.
  • TOGAF helps practitioners avoid being locked into proprietary methods, utilize resources more efficiently and effectively, and realize a greater return on investment.
  • TOGAF is an industry-standard architecture framework that may be used freely by your organization to develop an information systems architecture.

Chapter 2 : BENEFIT OF TOGAF 

1BENEFIT OF TOGAF

  •     Any organization undertaking,or planning to undertake, the development and implementation of an enterprise architecture for the support  of business transformation will benefit  from use ofTOGAF.
  •     Organizations seeking Boundary less Information Flow can use TOGAF to define and implement the structures and processes to enable access to integrated information within and between  enterprises.
  •     Organizations that design and implement enterprise architectures using TOGAF are assured of a design and a procurement specification that can facilitate an open systems implementation,thus enabling  the benefits of open systems with reduced risk.

Chapter 3 : WHO SHOULD ATTEND? 

1WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Enterprise (IT) Architects
  • Business Architects
  • Information Security Architects
  • Individuals who require a deeper understanding of TOGAF 9
  • Professionals who are working in an organization where TOGAF 9 has been adopted and who need to participate in architecture projects and initiatives
  • Architects who will be responsible for developing architecture artifacts
  • Architects who wish to introduce TOGAF 9 into an architecture practice
  • Architects who want to achieve a recognized qualification to demonstrate their detailed knowledge of TOGAF 9.1

Chapter 4 : LEARNING OBJECTIVES 

1LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • In this course, you will gain the knowledge needed to prepare for and achieve both TOGAF® 9.1 Certification.
  • You will learn the frameworks, structure, and concepts of TOGAF 9.1 and how to analyze and apply this knowledge.
  • Delegates will understand the TOGAF 9 framework and how to practically apply it in support of the design and implementation of enterprise architecture.
  • They will also learn how to apply TOGAF to create well-designed enterprise architectures through the use of practical scenarios and case study working.

Chapter 5 : COURSE CONTENTS 

1ARCHITECTURE FORUM - MISSION

  •     Stakeholders and Values
  •     What is an Enterprise?
  •     What is an Architecture?
  •     What is Enterprice Architecture?
  •     Architecture Types
  •     Why  Enterprise Architecture?
  •     Pressure  to develop Enterprise Architecture
  •     Business Benefits of Enterprise Architecture
  •     The Importance of Governance
  •     What do we mean by Governance?

2WHAT IS AN ARCHITECTURE FRAMEWORK?

  •     The Value  of a Framework
  •     Enterprise Architecture Development Method
  •     TOGAF  Origins
  •     TOGAF  Development
  •     TOGAF  Scope
  •     TOGAF  Goals
  •     TOGAF  9 Components

3TOGAF CAPABILITY FRAMEWORK

  •     ADM—Basic Principles
  •     Preliminary Phase
  •     Phase A : Architecture Vision
  •     Phase B : Business  Architecture
  •     Phase  D : Technology Architecture
  •     Phase  E : Opportunities and Solutions
  •     Phase  F : Migration Planning
  •     Phase  G : Implementation Governance
  •     Phase H : Architecture Change Management
  •     TOGAF  Certification
  •     TOGAF  Foundation Target Audience
  •     TOGAF  Certified Target Audience

4TOGAF 9 COMPONENTS

  •     Objectives
  •     TOGAF  9 Components
  •     Roadmap
  •     The Architecture Development Method
  •     ADM Guidelines and Techniques
  •     Applying Iteration to the ADM
  •     Categories of Stakeholder
  •     Architecture Content Framework
  •     Deliverables, Artifacts and Building Blocks
  •     Full Content Metamodel with Relationships

5THE ENTERPRISE CONTINUUM

  •      Architecture Repository
  •     TOGAF  Reference Models
  •      High-Level TRM
  •      Detailed TRM
  •      Boundaryless Information  Flow™
  •      Capability Framework

6INTRODUCTION TO THE ARCHITECTURE DEVEOPMENT METHOD

  •     What is the TOGAF ADM?
  •     Architecture Development Method –Process
  •     Relationship to other Parts of TOGAF
  •     ADM  Phases
  •     ADM  Phase Steps Example
  •     ADM Inputs and Outputs
  •     Adapting the ADM
  •     Governing the ADM
  •     Governance Repository
  •     Reasons  to Constrain the Scope of Architectural Activity
  •     Scoping the Architecture Activity
  •     Architecture Integration

7THE ENTERPRISE CONTINUUM AND TOOLS

  •     Roadmap
  •     Architecture Reuse
  •     Enterprise Continuum: Constituents
  •     The Architecture Continuum
  •     The Solutions Continuum
  •     Relationships
  •     The Enterprise Continuum
  •     Using the Continuum
  •     Relationships
  •     The Need  for Tools
  •     Tools can Model the Enterprise Architecture
  •     Issues  in Tool Standardization

8ARCHITECTURE REPOSITORY

  •     Purpose
  •     Architecture Repository
  •     Architecture Landscape
  •     Reference Library
  •     Standards Information Base
  •     Standards Classification
  •     Governance Log Contents
  •     Relationship to other Parts of TOGAF
  •     Exercise

9THE ARCHITECTURE CONTENT FRAMEWORK

  •     Objectives
  •     Introduction
  •     Benefits of the Architecture Content Framework
  •     Deliverables, Artifacts, and Building Blocks
  •     Relationship between Deliverables,Artifacts
  •     Architectural Artifacts
  •     Content Metamodel
  •     Mapping the Framework and the ADM
  •     Content Framework and the TOGAF ADM

10THE ARCHITECTURE CONTENT METAMODEL

  •     Objectives
  •     What is a Metamodel
  •     Why  a Metamodel
  •     Benefits of Content Metamodel
  •     Formal and Informal Modeling
  •     Core  Content MetamodelConcepts
  •     TOGAF  Content Metamodeland its Extensions
  •     Core  MetamodelEntities
  •     Core Entities and their Relationships
  •     Stakeholder Needs

11THE PRELIMINARY PHASE

  •     Objectives
  •     Steps
  •     Scope the enterprise organizations impacted
  •     Confirm governance and support frameworks
  •     Define the team and organization
  •     Identify and establish architecture principles

12ARCHITECTURE GOVERNANCE

  •     Objectives
  •     Architecture Governance in Practice
  •     Architecture Board
  •     Architecture Board Value
  •     Architecture Board Responsibilities
  •     Architecture Board Operations
  •     Architecture Contracts
  •     Architecture Contracts and ADM
  •     Architecture Compliance: Terminology
  •     Architecture Compliance
  •     Architecture Compliance Reviews
  •     Architecture Compliance Review Process
  •     Establishing an Architecture Capability

13BUSINESS SCENARIOS

  •     What is a Business Scenario?
  •     Business  Scenarios
  •     Business  Scenarios and the ADM
  •     What is a Good Business Scenario?
  •     SMART
  •     The Benefits of Business Scenarios
  •     Who Contributes to a Business Scenarios?
  •     Developing a Business Scenario

14STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT

  •     Benefits
  •     Stakeholder Management
  •     Step 1: Identify Stakeholders
  •     Categories of Stakeholder
  •     Step 2: Classify Stakeholder Positions
  •     Example: Stakeholder Map

15VIEWS AND VIEW POINTS

  •     Concepts and Definitions
  •     System
  •     Stakeholders
  •     Concerns
  •     View
  •     Viewpoint
  •     Views  and Viewpoints
  •     What is an Architecture View?
  •     A Simple Example of a Viewpoint
  •     A Simple Example of a View
  •     Developing Views in the

16BUILDING BLOCKS

  •     ABB Specifications
  •     Solution Building  Blocks (SBBs)
  •     Building Blocks and the ADM
  •     Building Block Design
  •     Architecture Patterns
  •     F 6: ADM  phases  level  1
  •     Objectives
  •     Preliminary Phase
  •     Objectives in detail
  •     Approach
  •     Phase A Architecture Vision
  •     Business  Scenarios

17ARCHITECTURE IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORTTECNIQUES

  • Objectives
  • Readiness Factors
  • Assess the Readiness Factors
  • Readiness Factor Rating
  • Readiness Factor Risks & Actions
  • Risk Management
  • Risk Management in the ADM
  • Initial Risk Assessment
  • Risk Classification Scheme

18PHASE A: ARCHITECTURE VISION

Objectives
Steps
Step 1: Establish the Project
Step 2: Identify Stakeholders
Step 3: Confirm Business Goals,Drivers and Con­
straints
Step 4: Evaluate Business Capabilities Value Chain
Diagram
Step 5: Assess Readiness for Business Transforma­
tion
Step 6: Define the  Scope
Step 7: Confirm and Elaborate Architecture Principles and Business

19PHASE B:BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE-CATALOGS

  • Diagrams and matrices
  • Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams
  • Catalogs
  • Exercise
  • Matrices
  • Business Interaction Matrix
  • Actor/Role Matrix

20PHASE C: INFORMATION SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURES

  • Information Systems Architectures-Objectives
  • Approach
  • Top-Down Design-Bottom-Up Implementation
  • Approach:Architecture Repository
  • Considerations for Data Architecture

21PHASE D:TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURE

  • Technology Architecture:Inputs
  • Steps
  • TOGAF 9 Artifac t s
  • Tec hnology Architecture Outputs
  • Cata l ogs,Matrices,and Di agra ms

22PHASE E: OPPORTUNITIES AND SOLUTIONS

  • Module Objectives
  • Approach
  • Phase E:Inputs
  • Steps
  • Phase E Outputs
  • TOGAF 9 Artifacts
  • Project Context Diagram
  • Benefits Diagram

23PHASE F: MIGRATION PLANNlNG TECHNIQUES

  • The Consolidated Gaps,Solutions
  • Architecture Definition Increments table
  • The Transition Architecture State Evolution Table
  • The Business Value AssessmentTechnique

24PHASE G:IMPLEMENTATION GOVERNANCE

  • Module Objectives
  • Phase G Objectives
  • Approach
  • Phase G:Inputs
  • Steps
  • Phase G Outputs

25PHASE H:ARCHITECTURE CHANGE MANAGEMENT

  • Maintenance versus Redesign
  • Change Impact Exercise
  • Phase H: Inputs
  • Change Requests
  • Steps
  • Phase H Outputs
  • Business Users'Architecture Contract
  • Request for Architecture Work

26CHANGE MANAGEMENT PROCESS

  • Maintenanc e versus Redesign
  • Change Impact Exercise
  • Phase H: Inputs
  • Change Requests
  • Steps
  • Phase H Outputs
  • Business Users'Architecture Contract
  • Request for Architecture Work

27DATA ARCHITECTURE

  •     Steps in Data Architecture Phase
  •     Select reference models, viewpoints, and tools
  •     TOGAF  9 Artifacts
  •     Develop a Baseline Data Architecture  Description
  •     Develop Target Data Architecture Description
  •     Perform Gap Analysis
  •     Define Candidate Roadmap Components
  •     Resolve impacts across the Architecture
  •     Conduct Formal Stakeholder Review
  •     Finalize the Data Architecture
  •     Create Architecture Definition Document

28INFORMATION INTEGRATED INFRASTRUCTURE REFERENCE MODEL

  •     Objectives
  •     Key Business and Technical Drivers
  •     TOGAF  TRM
  •     TOGAF TRM Orientations
  •     Catalogs, Matrices, and Diagrams
  •     Catalogs
  •     Exercise
  •     Matrices
  •     Data  Entity/Business Function Matrix

29APPLICATIONS ARCHITECTURE

  •     Matrices
  •     Application/Organization Matrix
  •     Example Application/Organization Matrix
  •     Role/Application Matrix
  •     Example Role/Application Matrix
  •     Application/Function Matrix
  •     Diagrams
  •     Application Communication Diagram
  •     Application and User Location Diagram
  •     Application Use Case Diagram
  •     Enterprise Manageability Diagram

30FOUNDATION ARCHITECTURE

  •     TOGAF  Foundation Architecture
  •     Technical Reference Model Components
  •     The Technical Reference Model
  •     Taxonomy of Platform Services
  •     Taxonomy of Application Platform Service Qualities

31ADM REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT

  •     Module Objectives
  •     ADM Requirements Management
  •     Requirements Development
  •     Resources
  •     Volère
  •     Requirements Specifications Template
  •     Requirements Management: Inputs
  •     Requirements Management: Outputs
  •     Requirements Impact Assessment

32GUIDELINES FOR ADAPTING THE ADM: ITERATION AND LEVELS

  •     Module Objectives
  •     Iteration and Levels
  •     Iteration and the ADM
  •     Iteration to Manage the Architecture Capability
  •     A Hierarchy of ADM Processes
  •     Architecture Development Iteration “Baseline First”
  •     Architecture Development Iteration “Target First”
  •     Transition Planning
  •     Architecture Governance
  •     Applying the ADM Across the Architecture Landscape

33GUIDELINES FOR ADAPTING THE ADM: SECURITY

    Phase A: Architecture Vision
    Phase B: Business  Architecture
    Phase  C: Information Systems Architectures
    Phase D: Technology Architecture
    Phase  E: Opportunities and Solutions
    Phase  F: Migration Planning
    Phase  G: Implementation Governance
    Phase H: Architecture Change Management

34GUIDELINES FOR ADAPTING THE ADM: SOA

  •     module objectives
  •     what is service oriented architecture?
  •     preliminary phase
  •     phase  a: architecture vision
  •     architecture development: phases b,c, and d

35ARCHITECTURE MATURITY MODELS

  •     module objectives
  •     Capability Maturity Models
  •     CMMI
  •     US Department of Commerce ACMM
  •     Maturity Assessments in the ADM
  •     Architecture development: phases b,c, and d

Chapter 6 : CERTIFICATION 

1CERTIFICATION

 

TOGAF level 1 Information:

  • Exam Duration : 60 minutes
  • Number of Questions : 40 (1 question = 1 point)
  • Pass Marks : 55% (22 Points out of 40 Points)
  • Open book : No
  • Electronic Device Permitted : No

TOGAF level 2 Information:

  • Exam Duration : 90 minutes
  • Number of Questions : 8 (1 question = 5 Points)
  • Pass Marks : 60% (24 Points out of 40 Points)
  • Open book : Yes
  • Electronic Device Permitted : No

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