TOGAF Foundation Certified Combined level 1 & 2

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TOGAF Foundation Certified Combined level 1 & 2

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2. Dez 2021 bis 22. Dez 2021
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TOGAF Foundation Certified Combined level 1 & 2

In the first day, the TOGAF Foundation & Certified combined training will focus on the concepts of Enterprise Architecture and its position in order to extensively consider the concepts of TOGAF and the relationship between them. The second day is devoted to going through an architectural process based on a case, in which the concepts discussed the previous day are reviewed again, but this time in context. In this way you obtain a clear and clear picture of TOGAF and the mostly theoretical and abstract material is presented in a digestible way. Days 3 and 4 are devoted to deepening. The ADM cycle is repeated once again, where the components ar…

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TOGAF Foundation Certified Combined level 1 & 2

In the first day, the TOGAF Foundation & Certified combined training will focus on the concepts of Enterprise Architecture and its position in order to extensively consider the concepts of TOGAF and the relationship between them. The second day is devoted to going through an architectural process based on a case, in which the concepts discussed the previous day are reviewed again, but this time in context. In this way you obtain a clear and clear picture of TOGAF and the mostly theoretical and abstract material is presented in a digestible way. Days 3 and 4 are devoted to deepening. The ADM cycle is repeated once again, where the components are treated in detail and in conjunction. Each part ends with a scenario question.

TOGAF Foundation Certified Combined Course Description

During the TOGAF Foundation Certified Combined training you will treat both the material of the TOGAF Foundation Level 1 and the material of the TOGAF Certified Level 2 training. If you already have the TOGAF Foundation certificate, you can only follow the TOGAF Certified training!

The TOGAF version that we are currently providing is version 9.2 and this is also the last one to be released.

The Open Group Architecture Framework, simply called TOGAF®, is an open and vendor-independent method for developing and managing Enterprise Architectures. TOGAF 9.1 is built around the process model (the core of TOGAF) with supporting concepts, these core and concepts are;

  • Architecture Development Method - The core of TOGAF that describes the life-cycle of an architecture in phases and process steps;
  • Enterprise Capability Framework - Describes the organizational aspects of the architecture lifecycle such as; control, governance and organizational possibilities in the field of people and technology.
  • ADM Guidelines & Techniques - Supporting the ADM and describing specific techniques and manuals that can be applied within or about the ADM.
  • Enterprise Continuum & Tools - Describes the internal administration of the architecture assets, such as the structure and setup and management of an architecture repository. It is important here to create an architectural landscape, which in turn describes the context of agreements and methods.
  • TOGAF Reference Models - Describes the structure and application of the 2 reference models of TOGAF, namely; Technical Reference Model (TRM) and Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (III-RM).
  • Architecture Content Framework - Describes the deliverables generated from the ADM. A deliverable is a formal outcome of a step or phase and consists of building blocks and artifacts.

TOGAF Foundation Certified Combined target audience

  • Architects and specialists who are involved in a form of Enterprise Architecture, such as; business, application, data, technology, management and security architecture.
  • Managers in the role of Project-, Operational- and Senior-Manager.

TOGAF Foundation Certified Combined prior knowledge

Affinity with (Enterprise) Architecture is recommended in order to better consume the information provided.

TOGAF Foundation Certified Combined course duration

The training lasts 4 days and consists of 2 consecutive days of TOGAF Foundation training and 2 consecutive days of TOGAF Certified training. Any exams will be taken separately from the training at a time and location chosen by you via Open Group. The exam vouchers can be provided by D-ICT Solutions.

TOGAF Foundation Certified Combined examendetails

The exam topics are specified in the TOGAF® Conformance Requirements, which is available through the Open Group website.

The parts that are considered known are:

TOGAF Foundation (level 1) exam:

  • Basic concepts: The basic concepts of Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF.
  • TOGAF Concepts: The TOGAF concepts.
  • Definitions: TOGAF Definitions and Terminology.
  • Introduction to the ADM: General knowledge of the ADM cycle and the global description of the objectives per phase.
  • Enterprise Continuum and Tools: The 'Enterprise Continuum' concept and its components.
  • ADM Phases (Level 1): The added value of the individual ADM phases, by being able to explain the objective and approach per phase.
  • ADM Guidelines and Techniques: Broadly speaking the parts described in the 'Guidelines and Techniques'.

Next: The parts that are considered known are:

  • Architecture Governance (Level 1): How 'Architecture Governance' contributes to the architecture process.
  • Architecture Views, Viewpoints, and Stakeholders: The 'Views' and 'Viewpoints' concepts and the role they play in stakeholder communication.
  • Building Blocks: Understanding the concept of a 'Bulding Block'.
  • ADM Deliverables: The outcomes of the ADM phases.
  • TOGAF Reference Models (Level 1): The two reference models of the TOGAF, namely the TRM and the III-RM.
  • TOGAF Certification Program: The TOGAF certification program including the distinction between Foundation and Full Certified.

TOGAF Certified (level 2) exam

  • Preliminary Phase: The possibilities and properties of the Preliminary phase.
  • Architecture Governance (Level 2): ​​The use and properties of 'Architecture Governance'.
  • Business Scenarios Technique: The use and properties of Business Scenario techniques.
  • Phase A: Architecture Vision: The possibilities and properties of the Architecture Vision phase.
  • Architecture Content Framework: The properties of the TOGAF Architecture Content Framework.
  • Stakeholder Management: The use and properties of Stakeholder Management.
  • TOGAF Content Metamodel: The properties of the TOGAF Content Model.
  • Architecture Implementation Support Techniques: The use of the techniques that support the implementation of architectures.
  • Phase B: Business Architecture The possibilities and properties of the Business Architecture phase.
  • Phase C: Information Systems Architectures – Data Architecture: The capabilities and properties of the Data Architecture phase.
  • Phase C: Information Systems Architectures – Application Architecture: The capabilities and properties of the Application Architecture phase.
  • TOGAF Foundation Architecture: Technical Reference Model (level 2):The properties in detail of the TRM' .
  • Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (level 2): ​​The properties in detail of the III-RM.
  • Phase D: Technology Architecture: The possibilities and properties of Technology Architecture phase
  • Migration Planning Techniques: The properties of migration planning techniques.
  • Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions: The possibilities and properties of the Opportunities and Solutions phase.
  • Phase F: Migration Planning: The possibilities and properties of the Migration Planning phase.
  • Phase G: Implementation Governance: The possibilities and characteristics of the Implementation Governance phase.
  • Phase H: Architecture Change Management: The possibilities and properties of the Architecture Change Management phase.
  • ADM Architecture Requirements Management: The capabilities and properties of Architecture Requirements Management.
  • Architecture Partitioning: Using Architecture Partitioning to simplify the development process and management.
  • Architecture Repository: The uses and properties of an architecture repository.
  • Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: Iteration and Levels: Using iteration on different architectures.
  • Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: Security: The security considerations while performing the ADM.
  • Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: SOA: The possibilities to apply the ADM during the development of Service Oriented Architectures.
  • Architecture Maturity Models: The role of Architecture Capability Maturity Models in assessing the state and risks of an enterprise architecture.
  • Architecture Skills Framework: The properties of the classification model for Enterprise Architecture roles.

TOGAF 9.2 Level 1 + 2 Combined target

The aim of the training is twofold; Firstly, the training covers the relevant components required for the TOGAF 9.1 Certified (level 1 + 2) exams and secondly, through a case study, the theory taught is directly applied in practice so that you can fully appreciate the possibilities of Experience TOGAF directly on parts and then apply it in your own situation

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