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- Learning the foundational concepts of Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF.
- Core concepts and terminology used in TOGAF® 9.
- Enterprise Continuum; its purpose and constituents.
- Views/Viewpoints and their role in communicating with stakeholders.
- The TOGAF certification program.
- The ADM guidelines/techniques.
- How every ADM phase contributes to the success of enterprise architecture.
- Understanding/Applying ADM phases in the development of an enterprise architecture.
- Explaining how Architecture Governance contributes to the Architecture Development Cycle.
- Applying Architecture Governance in the development of enterprise architecture.
- Applying the TOGAF® Architecture Content Framework.
- Understanding/Applying the concept of Building Blocks.
- Applying the Stakeholder Management Technique.
- Applying the TOGAF® Content Metamodel.
- Applying TOGAF® recommended techniques when developing an enterprise architecture.
- Learning the TOGAF® Technical Reference Model and customizing it to meet an organization’s needs.
- The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model.
- The content of the key deliverables of the ADM cycle.
- How an enterprise architecture can be partitioned to meet specific needs.
- Knowing the purpose of the Architecture Repository.
- Applying iteration and different levels of architecture with the ADM.
- Adapting the ADM for security.
- SOA as a style of architecture.
- Understanding the role of architecture maturity models in developing enterprise architecture.
- The purpose of the Architecture Skills Framework and applying it within an organization.
- Professionals willing to gain a complete understanding of the TOGAF methodology.
- Architects interested in introducing TOGAF® 9 into their architecture practices.
- The ones working for organizations where TOGAF® 9 has been adopted and who need to participate in architecture projects or initiatives.
- Those ready to understand the complete flow of information in organizations.
- System Integrators, Operational/Business/IT Developers, IT Managers, ITSM Managers, Program/Project Leaders, Business Process Owners, IT Specialists, Architects, and CIOs.
- Individuals who wish to complete the TOGAF 9 qualification.
- No specific formal prerequisites.
- Recommended: IT experience.
- Should have passed the TOGAF 9 Level 1 accreditation exam before appearing for Level 2.
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- Enterprise and Architecture.
- Enterprise Architecture.
- Architecture Framework.
- Overview of The Open Group.
- The TOGAF Standard.
- Core Concepts: ADM.
- Deliverables, Artifacts, and Building Blocks.
- Key Terms.
- The TOGAF Standard: Changes Between Different Versions.
- The TOGAF Framework: Relationship with Other Frameworks.
- ADM Introduction.
- Phases of the ADM.
- Version Control of Deliverables.
- Architecture Repository and Enterprise Continuum.
- Enterprise Continuum.
- Architecture Repository.
- Content Metamodel.
- Content Metamodel Extensions.
- Artifacts and Building Blocks.
- The Preliminary Phase.
- Adapting the TOGAF Approach and ADM.
- Partitioning the Architecture.
- Applying Iterations to the ADM.
- Developing/Applying Architecture Principles.
- Architecture Requirements.
- Requirements Management.
- Architecture Vision: Objectives, Approach, Inputs, and Steps.
- Scoping the Architecture.
- Architecture Vision: Outputs and Deliverable.
- Business Scenarios.
- Stakeholder Management.
- Risk Management.
- Capability-based Planning.
- Business Transformation Readiness Assessment.
- Business Architecture: Objectives, Approach, Inputs, and Steps.
- Gap Analysis.
- Business Architecture: Outputs.
- Artifacts of Business Architecture.
- Information Systems Architectures.
- Artifacts in Information Systems Architectures.
- Technology Architecture: Objectives, Approach, Inputs, and Steps.
- Artifacts in Technology Architecture Phase.
- Technical Reference Model.
- Opportunities and Solutions.
- Migration Planning.
- Transition Architecture and Migration Planning Techniques.
- Implementation Governance.
- Architecture Change Management.
- Architecture Board.
- Architecture Compliance.
- Architecture Conformance.
- Architecture Governance.
- Architecture Contracts.
- Security Architecture Introduction.
- Boundaryless Information Flow™.
- Interoperability Requirements.
- Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model.
- Service Oriented Architecture.
- Architecture Pattern Introduction.
- Architecture Pattern.
- Architecture Skills Framework.
- Skills for Enterprise Architecture Team.
- Building Architecture Capability.
The Open Group TOGAF is a highly trusted, globally recognized, and portable qualification utilized by leading enterprises for certifying a common body of core knowledge about the methodology and framework. It reflects your employees' commitment to enterprise architecture as a discipline, lets you tailor solutions based on customer needs, and brings a unified approach for driving high-level business strategies.
The TOGAF credential takes you on a clear path toward professional development. Opted by more than 100,000 Enterprise Architects and trainers around the globe, it demonstrates your proven knowledge of the framework, turns out as an outstanding career move, and may fetch you average annual salaries as high as $141,000. (Source: PayScale)
Skills for managing businesses and IT aspects, tailoring TOGAF to organizations, applying architectural frameworks, tailoring solutions based on needs, managing projects, and using IT transformation practices.
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No, this combined Levels 1 & 2 course is sufficient for finalizing your TOGAF qualification.
Yes, TOGAF Standard version 9.2.
No. Clearing Level 1 will merely achieve the TOGAF 9 Foundation accreditation. To get TOGAF 9 certified, you must also pass the Level 2 exam.
Level 1 is in closed-book format; however, the Level 2 exam is in open-book form.
It is a 150-minute lengthy examination.
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