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Mutisoft Systems is offering the best TOGAF® Training program that will give you a brief introduction to “The Open Group Architecture Framework” which is better known as TOGAF®. This training program gives you an explanation of the ways or process to develop a huge range of the IT architectures. Through this certification course, candidates will get to learn the methods of expediting and streamlining the development process while ensuring the developing system remains receptive to the business changes.

As TOGAF® is a standardized global framework of the Enterprise Architecture, this course enables the in-depth and identical approach to the arranging, designing, developing, planning, executing, managing, and evaluating the information systems. Therefore, by achieving the tag of TOGAF® certified, you can validate that you have all the required knowledge and skills to apply the TOGAF® concepts to the Enterprise Architecture and the Technological Environment.

By the end of TOGAF® Certification Training, you will learn:

  • The basic concepts of TOGAF such as ADM, Enterprise Continuum, Architecture Repository, etc.
  • Essential information about the Architecture Governance, Views, Viewpoints, Building Blocks, and Stakeholder
  • Recommendations for adapting the Architecture Development Method, Architecture Skills Framework, and Maturity Models.
  • Ways to get higher ROI on every IT asset by decreasing the complications and increasing the IT and business decision cycle.
Target Audience
  • IT Professionals who are already working and responsible for the planning, implementation, development, etc.
  • Technical and Solution Architects who are seeking the basic knowledge of TOGAF®.
  • IT Professionals of the organizations where TOGAF® has been integrated can take this course for better career opportunities.
  • Working Professionals who are responsible for the development of architecture artifacts.
  • A professional who wishes for showcasing his detailed skills in a certified manner can go to the course.
Prerequisites

There is no specific prerequisite or prior experience required for the certification course of TOGAF®. But, Enterprise Architecture experience would be an added advantage for the candidates.

Introduction

  • An introduction to TOGAF®
  • TOGAF® Structure

Core Concepts

  • Definition of key concepts and terms
  • Architecture Framework

ADM Introduction

  • An Overview of the TOGAF® ADM
  • Objectives of all ADM Phases
  • Architecture Development

Architecture Content Framework: An Introduction

  • Objectives of the initial phase
  • Aspects defining the enterprise
  • Classifying key drivers and elements
  • Necessities for architecture work
  • Calculating the enterprise architecture maturity
  • An overview of all inputs of the phases with key elements
  • Impact of pre-existing architectural inputs on the phases
  • Steps of the framework
  • Outputs and key elements
  • Architecture Governance Framework

Introduction of Enterprise Continuum and Tools

  • Enterprise Continuum – An introduction, usage, and re-use of architecture artifacts
  • Components of the Enterprise Continuum
  • Definition of Architecture Continuum
  • Different stages of architectural evolution
  • Relationship between the TOGAF® ADM and the Enterprise Continuum

Architectural Work Product

  • Architecture deliverables through the ADM cycle
  • Explanation of the key concepts
  • Concerns and viewpoints
  • Process of view creation
  • Block building
  • Difference between Solution and Architecture Building Blocks
  • Uses of blocks in ADM cycle

Stakeholder Management

  • Stakeholder map development process
  • Benefits of creating views
  • Explanation of the process with examples

Architecture Patterns

  • Architecture patterns

Architecture Segregating and Organization

  • Segregation of the Architecture
  • Repository
  • An overview of the Architecture tools

Architecture Capability Framework

  • Process of the establishment of an Architecture Capability by using ADM
  • Architecture Contracts: Content and the relationship with Architecture Governance
  • Architecture’s Maturity Models
  • Capability Maturity Model
  • ACMM: CMMI process, structure and different levels
  • Important role of the Maturity Assessments in ADM
  • Architecture Skills Framework

 Architecture Governance

  • Architecture Board: Formation, accountabilities, elements for establishment and operations
  • Concept, Framework, and benefits of Architecture Governance
  • Fitment within the ADM cycle
  • Key factors for a successful Architecture Governance

Architecture Compliance and Risk Management

  • Key features and usage in the TOGAF® ADM
  • Monitoring of the risk
  • Meaning and importance of Architecture Compliance
  • Process and the usage of Architecture Compliance

Architecture Values

  • Architecture Values and usages within the TOGAF®
  • Standard templates
  • Identification and the establishment of the Architecture Values

 ADM- Primary Phase

  • Objectives
  • Major aspects outlining the enterprise
  • Identification of the key elements and drivers
  • Needs of architecture work
  • Evaluation of the enterprise architecture maturity
  • Inputs and key elements of the phase
  • Impact of the pre-existing architectural inputs
  • Step-by-step process for the architecture team and the organization
  • Modification of the framework
  • Important outputs and key elements

 Business Scenarios and Goals

  • Knowing business scenario and its purposes
  • Knowing the uses of Business Scenarios within the ADM cycle
  • Properties of the good Business Scenario
  • Ways to create and validate the Business Scenario

ADM: An Architectural Vision

  • Objectives
  • Characteristics
  • Business Transformation Assessment
  • Risk Assessment
  • Architecture Work Statements
  • Capability Assessment
  • Vision and Communication Plans
  • Security Architecture and its influences

Architecture Implementation Support Techniques

  • Gap analysis, purpose, and techniques
  • Techniques of migration planning
  • Implementation Factor Assessment
  • Deduction Matrix
  • Gaps and solutions
  • Dependencies Matrix
  • Definition and increments table
  • Transition of the Architecture State Evolution Table in conjunction using the TRM
  • Techniques for business value assessment
  • Interoperability necessities
  • Usage of the interoperability necessities in the TOGAF® ADM
  • Understanding of the interoperability necessities with prospective solutions
  • Assessment for business transformation
  • Readiness program for business transformation
  • Business transformation readiness in the ADM
  • Capability-based planning for business transformation

ADM: Business Architecture

  • Important inputs to ADM using the business principles
  • Business goals and drivers
  • Techniques for the business model
  • Concerns for choosing the reference models
  • Views and tools
  • Gap analysis techniques
  • Blocks building for the Business Architecture
  • Important outputs using the Business Architecture modules of the Architecture Definition Document
  • Explanation of the Business Architecture components

 ADM: Information Systems Architecture

  • An introduction to Information Systems Architecture
  • Recommended approaches
  • An overview of Phase C
  • Data principles and phase inputs
  • Steps and concerns for reference models
  • Outputs using Data Architecture modules of the Architecture Definition Document
  • Data Architecture modules of the Architecture requirements and security Architecture impacts on the phase
  • Information Systems Architectures: Application architecture, inputs and application principles
  • Steps and considerations for choosing the reference models
  • Outputs using Application Architecture modules of the Architecture Definition Document
  • Application Architecture modules of the Architecture requirements and security Architecture impacts on the phase

Foundation Architecture of TOGAF® TRM

  • Role of TRM as the Foundation Architecture
  • Features of Foundation Architecture
  • Brief introduction to the basic III-RM concepts
  • Relationship of III RM with the basic concepts of Boundaryless Information Flow
  • An overview of TRM graphics
  • Brief introduction to the TRM structure
  • Key architecture goals of using the TRM
  • An introduction to the Platform Services Taxonomy
  • An introduction to the Service Quality Taxonomy
  • Ways to modify the TRM to cater the specific organizational needs

Integrated Information and Infrastructural Reference Model

  • Technical and business drivers for the Boundaryless Information Flow
  • Ways of fulfilling the III-RM solution space for the Boundaryless Information Flow
  • A deep analysis of the III-RM structure

ADM: Technology Architecture

  • Objectives of the phase
  • Ways to the phase including using the Architecture Repository
  • Inputs and its key elements
  • An explanation of the key elements
  • Steps or process of using the TRM
  • Outputs and its key elements
  • Security Architecture and its influences on the phase

ADM: Opportunities and Solutions

  • Objectives
  • Approach
  • Management framework
  • Understand how business value is allocated to every work package
  • Ways to arrange the migration projects
  • Steps to ratify the Architecture Roadmap
  • Key outputs of the phase

 ADM: Migration and Planning

  • An introduction to Architecture Board
  • Importance and requirement for the establishment of the Architecture Board
  • Responsibilities of the Architecture Board
  • Ways to operate the Architecture Board
  • Architecture Governance
  • Concept of Architecture Governance and its framework
  • Benefits of Architecture Governance
  • Ways to integrate the Architecture Governance with the ADM cycle

 ADM: Implementation Governance

  • Objectives
  • Approach
  • Inputs and outputs of the phase
  • Security Architecture and its influence on the phase
  • Risk monitoring

ADM: Architecture Change Management

  • Objectives
  • Approach
  • Guidelines for the maintenance and architecture redesign
  • Inputs and outputs of the phase
  • Updated Architecture Contracts
  • New requests for the Architecture Work
  • Security Architecture and its influence on the phase

Architecture Requirements Management

  • Requirements Management and ADM cycle
  • Process of Requirements Management
  • Methods of Requirements Management
  • Explanation of the inputs and outputs of Requirements Management
  • Security Architecture and its influence on the Requirements Management

ADM: Iteration and Levels

  • Concepts of iteration and its application process
  • Factors of iteration
  • Ways to implement iteration cycles to the ADM
  • Concepts of levels and Enterprise Continuum
  • Different levels of architecture

Security Architecture and ADM

  • Responsibilities of the Enterprise Architects towards Security Architecture
  • Suggested Security adaptations to the ADM

Ways of Using TOGAF® to Define and Govern

  • SOA as an architectural style
  • Enterprise architecture supports SOA
  • Recommended SOA adaptations to the ADM

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