TOGAF Version 9.1

This is part of the preparation for the TOGAF certification exam. It is very important to cover this aspect as part of my objective to cover the governance layer of enterprises. I have already achieved ITIL Expert (Service Management) and obtained PMI’s PMP (Project Management Professional) certifications. I also have extensive knowledge about ISO20000 and COBIT 4 (will need to update my knowledge to version 5 at one point). I will write another post regarding the details of my plan to cover this aspect. Will keep you updated on my progress!

Standard:

Open Group Standard TOGAF® Version 9.1 – ISBN: 978-90-8753-679-4, Document Number: G116 – Copyright 2011, The Open Group, All rights reserved.

Course Details: (December 17-20, 2017)

High-level Topics included:

  1. The TOGAF® 9.1 Components
  2. The Enterprise Continuum
  3. The Architecture Repository
  4. The Architecture Content Framework
  5. The Architecture Content Metamodeling
  6. Architecture Governance
  7. Business Scenarios
  8. Stakeholder Management
  9. Architecture Views and Viewpoints
  10. Building Blocks and the ADM
  11. Architecture Partitioning
  12. Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: Iteration and Levels
  13. Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: Security
  14. Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: SOA
  15. Architecture Maturity Models
  16. Architecture Skills Framework
  17. The Architecture Development Method:
  • The Preliminary Phase
  • Phase A: Architecture Vision
  • Phase B: Business Architecture
  • Phase B: Business Architecture – Catalogs, Diagrams, and Matrices
  • Phase C: Information Systems Architecture
  • Phase C: Data Architecture
  • Phase C: Data Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams
  • The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
  • Phase C: Applications Architecture
  • Phase C: Applications Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices, and Diagrams
  • Foundation Architecture
  • Phase D: Technology Architecture
  • Phase D: Technology Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices, and Diagrams
  • Migration Planning Techniques
  • Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions
  • Phase F: Migration Planning
  • Phase G: Implementation Governance
  • Phase H: Architecture Change Management
  • ADM Requirements Management

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