TOGAF Fundamentals – Content Framework and Capability Basics

Enterprise Architects and Senior Management in organizations looking to start or enhance an Enterprise Architecture practice.

Prerequisite
None

Expected Duration
121 minutes

Description
This course will go over the auxilliary areas of TOGAF related to tracking architectural outputs, reference models, and building an Enterprise Architecture practice.

Objective

Architecture Development Method Guidelines

  • 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

Architecture Content Framework

  • 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

Enterprise Continuum and Tools

  • 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

TOGAF Reference Models

  • describe the Technical Reference Model
  • describe the concepts of the Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model

Architecture Capability Framework

  • 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

Practice: Impact of TOGAF review

  • suggest how TOGAF would help

MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION

$129/month
 

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION

$1295/year

Multi-license discounts available for Annual and Monthly subscriptions.