Implementing TOGAF® 9 in a Tool eLearning
Learn to implement the TOGAF 9 framework in practice with the award-winning TOGAF training team at Good e-Learning!
TOGAF is the world’s leading methodology for enterprise architecture, and an extremely popular choice for practicing architects. Still, there’s a big difference between understanding the theory behind TOGAF and being able to use it in real-life organizations! Created by Orbus Software, this course provides an interpretation of how to apply TOGAF using iServer, a world-class business and IT transformation suite, as the context.
Who is this course aimed at?
TOGAF students who require an understanding of how to implement their new knowledge in practice
TOGAF practitioners interested in studying the Orbus Software iServer suite
Students and practitioners looking for a practical understanding of the TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) and how EA concepts can be supported by tools
Anyone looking for a practical understanding of how to tailor key concepts within TOGAF
Enterprise architects and stakeholders seeking to understand how to collaborate on essential projects
What will you learn by taking this course?
How the key elements of TOGAF can be tailored in order to suit specific projects
How the concepts of TOGAF can be supported by tools
How to understand stakeholder requirements and concerns
How tools can support analysis and communication within the ADM
Why should you take this course?
As popular and comprehensive as TOGAF is, its successful implementation requires a practical understanding of the framework within business environments
Being able to tailor and apply TOGAF can help enterprise architects to unlock significant career and networking opportunities
Orbus Software is a leading training provider with a long history of providing world-class TOGAF courses
Good e-Learning is an award-winning online training provider
The course comes with a number of online training assets, including interactive slides and instructor-led videos. Each asset was designed with help from highly experienced TOGAF practitioners
Good e-Learning offers expert support on course content and technical issues
Good e-Learning courses are accessible via the Docebo app, so learners can study anywhere, any time
Syllabus: Implementing TOGAF® 9 in a Tool eLearning
Module 1: Introduction Learning Objectives
TOGAF 9 Critical Breakdown and Tool Translation - A recap of the high-level areas of TOGAF from a tool perspective, how TOGAF concepts can translate practically within a tool, and how to distinguish tool requirements.
Module 2: Developing the Architecture Vision and Strategy Learning Objectives
The concept of an ‘architecture vision and strategy’ from an organizational and tool perspective. The module also looks at how iServer supports artifact creation, how to articulate the strategic context of an architecture into an iServer model, and how iServer functionality supports strategy alignment.
Module 3: Tailoring TOGAF 9 in a Tool Learning Objectives
Why an organization may want to tailor TOGAF, and how iServer can support a tailored TOGAF metamodel. The module also examines how iServer supports TOGAF viewpoint customization and extension based on specific business requirements and questions.
Module 4: Architecture Delivery of ADM Phases B, C (i and ii) and D Learning Objectives
How iServer can support the architecture delivery stages of the ADM, and how architectural models are created.
Module 5: Analysis and Communication Learning Objectives
How different types of analysis and reporting can be used within a tool, and how a tool can support architectural roadmaps. The module also examines how a tool can support the socialization of architectural artifacts, data, and deliverables.
Module 6: Conclusion (What Makes an EA Team Successful?) Learning Objectives
An overview of how the functionality and content of iServer can support the practical application of TOGAF. The module also provides a recap of the course’s key takeaways.
Implementing TOGAF® 9 in a Tool eLearning delivered by Good e-Learning is a course accredited by The Open Group. Informator promotes this course for Good e-Learning.
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