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TOGAF Foundation training course (code: TOGAF01)

Learn TOGAF At JBI Training - Develop Your Organisation's Business Architecture


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TRAINING COURSE OVERVIEW

Client feedback shows that delegates on our courses will best engage when they can relate course topics to their own day-to-day practices and requirements. Where possible, we  run this course as a consultative, workshop-style event, in which discussion of relevant topics takes place in relation to the delegates' own applications and scenarios.

To facilitate this type of event, a subject matter expert leads the training, hands-on labs and discussions to ensure course topics are covered in a meaningful, relevant and timely manner. Delegates may be able to bring their own practical requirements and work to the course if the subjects and course topics are suitable.  

AUDIENCE

Managers, architects, consultants, system administrators, technical project managers, business analysts



DETAILHIGHLIGHTS

Course Detail

 

Module 1

 

Introduction 

  • The role of TOGAF 
  • TOGAF and Architecture governance 
  • Using TOGAF with other Frameworks 
  • Overview
  • The enterprise continuum 

The ADM 

  • Relationship to other parts of TOGAF 
  • The ADM and the enterprise continuum 
  • The Architecture development cycle 
  • Process Management 
  • Enterprise Scope/Focus 
  • Architecture Domains 
  • Time Horizon 

Preliminary Phase

  • Framework and Principles
  • Architecture Vision 
  • Business Architecture 
  • Information Systems Architectures 
  • Data Architecture
  • Technology Architecture 
  • Opportunities and Solutions

Architecture Change Management

  • Approach
  • The Drivers for Change 
  • The Change Management Process
  • Guidelines for Maintenance versus Architecture Redesign

 ADM Architecture Requirements Management

  • Resources 
  • Business Scenarios 
  • Volere Requirements Specification Template 
  • Requirements Tools 

 ADM Input and Output Descriptions 

  • Major Input Descriptions 
  • Request for Architecture Work
  • Re-Usable Architecture Building Blocks 
  • Major Input/output descriptions 
  • Statement of Architecture Work
  • Impact Analysis 
  • Architecture contract 

 The Enterprise Continuum

  • Enterprise Continuum and Architecture Re-Use 
  • Enterprise Continuum and the TOGAF ADM 
  • Constituents of the Enterprise Continuum 
  • The Enterprise Continuum in Detail 
  • Foundation Architecture 
  • Common Systems Architectures 
  • Industry Architectures 
  • The Solutions Continuum 
  • Systems Solutions 
  • Enterprise continuum & your organization

 

Module 2

 

Technical Reference Model 

  • Role of TRM in the Foundation Architecture 
  • TRM Components 
  • Portability and Interoperability 
  • TRM Entities and Interfaces 
  • Extending the TRM
  • Interfaces between Services 
  • Future Developments 

 Standards Information Base 

  • Role of the SIB 
  • What is the SIB?
  • How is it used in Architecture Development?
  • Accessing the SIB 
  • The Open Group Standards 

 Infrastructure Reference Model

  • Basic Concepts 
  • Background 
  • Components of the Model 
  • Relationship to Other parts of TOGAF 
  • Key Business and Technical Drivers 

 Architecture Board

  • Responsibilities
  • Setting Up the Architecture Board 
  • Size of the Board 
  • Board Structure 
  • Operation of the Architecture Board 

 Architecture Compliance

  • Project Impact Assessments
  • Architecture Compliance Reviews 
  • Purpose 
  • Governance and Personnel Scenarios 
  • Architecture Compliance Review Process 
  • Hardware and Operating System Checklist 

 Architecture Contracts

  • Statement of Architecture Work
  • Development Partners 
  • Business Users
  • Relationship to Architecture Governance 

 Architecture Governance 

  • The Characteristics of Governance 
  • Technology Governance 
  • IT and SOA Governance 
  • IT Governance Framework - COBIT 
  • Architecture Governance: Over view
  • Architecture Governance Characteristics 

 Architecture Maturity Models 

  • Elements of the ACMM 
  • Example: IT Architecture Process Maturity Levels 
  • Capability Maturity Models Integration (CMMI) 
  • The SCAMPI Method 

 

Module 3

 

Architecture Patterns

  • Content of a Pattern 
  • Architecture Patterns and Design Patterns 
  • Patterns and the Architecture Continuum 
  • Patterns and Views 
  • Architecture Patterns in Use
  • Patterns for e-Business 

Architecture Principles 

  • Characteristics of Architecture Principles 
  • Components of Architecture Principles 
  • Developing Architecture Principles 
  • Qualities of Principles 
  • Applying Architecture Principles 
  • Example Set of Architecture Principles 

Architecture Skills Framework

  • Goals/Rationale
  • Specific Benefits 
  • Categories of Skills
  • Proficiency Levels 
  • Generic Skills
  • Business Skills & Methods 

Developing Architecture Views 

  • The Role of Architecture Views 
  • A Note on Terminology 
  • Developing Views in the ADM 
  • General Guidelines
  • View Creation Process 
  • Core Taxonomy of Architecture Views 

Building Blocks

  • Architecture Building Blocks 
  • Specification Content 
  • Solution Building Blocks 
  • Specification Content 
  • Building Blocks and the ADM 
  • Reuse of building blocks in other projects 

Business Scenarios

  • Creating the Business Scenario 
  • Contents of a Business Scenario 
  • Contributions to the Business Scenario 
  • Guidelines on Developing Business Scenarios 
  • Questions to Ask for each area 
  • Business scenario models 

Other Architectures and Frameworks

  • CISR Architecture Framework 
  • CORBA
  • Enterprise Architecture Planning (EAP) 
  • ISO/IEC
  • NCR Enterprise Architecture Framework 
  • SPIRIT Platform Blueprint Issue 
  • Zachman Framework 

 

Module 4

                            

Tools for Architecture Development

  • Evaluation Criteria and Guidelines 
  • Tool Criteria 
  • Functionality 
  • Full Lifecycle Support 
  • Interoperability Factors 
  • Financial Considerations 

 TOGAF and other Frameworks

  • Mapping TOGAF to the Zachman Framework
  • Architecture Vision 
  • Business Architecture 
  • Data Architecture
  • Applications Architecture 
  • Technology Architecture 

 Conclusions

  • New implementation paradigms
  • TOGAF and Agile
  • Review of common business goals
  • The risks associated with the TOGAF approach
  • Evaluating trade-off strategies
  • Successfully combining TOGAF with other frameworks 

Course Overview

This course will be of benefit to :

  • Architects from within complex organisations looking for a set of solid processes to help in the organisation, governance and management of architecture teams and multiple architecture projects.
  • Experienced architects looking for details on the elements of sound architectural process and practice.
  • Senior managers, such as Project Managers and Service Managers, who wish to gain a full appreciation of architecture practice.
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