TOGAF® 9.2 Training Course: Foundation (level 1)Locations and dates
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What is TOGAF®?
TOGAF®, The Open Group Architecture Framework, is a detailed method and a set of supporting tools for developing enterprise architecture. It describes the process for acceptance, production, use and maintenance of enterprise architectures.
TOGAF® is used worldwide by numerous architects to design, evaluate, and build the right architecture for their organization. TOGAF® is an open standard, managed by The Open Group. According to TOGAF®, enterprise architecture (EA) is "the fundamental organization of a system, embodied in its components, their relations between each other and the environment, and the guidelines and principles that govern the design".
TOGAF® assists in the integration and management of IT resources from a strategy and business driven point of view. During this workshop, TOGAF® 9.1 is employed to explain the basic elements of enterprise architecture and to show how this framework can be used when documenting enterprise architecture.
This course is available on-demand. please use the registration form on this page.
Course Overview: TOGAF® 9.2 Training Course: Foundation (level 1)
This TOGAFF® 9.2Training Course: Foundation (level 1) is a 2-day training course. During this classroom-based training course, delegates will cover all of the foundation concepts of the TOGAF® Framework, which will help prepare delegates for the examination.
The objective of this training is to make the attendees familiar with:
- TOGAF® Introduction
- Management Overview
- The TOGAF® 9.1 Components
- An Introduction to the Architecture Development Method
- The Enterprise Continuum
- The Architecture Repository
- Architecture Governance
- Architecture Views and Viewpoints
- Building Blocks and the ADM
- The ADM Phases
- ADM Guidelines and Techniques
- Key ADM Deliverables
- TOGAF® Reference Models
- TOGAF® Certified Programme
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