A Quick Glance

Clients who are not interested in investing in IT architecture generally find themselves hooked on to a single supplier. Even though the client may not realize, the advantages of a multi-vendor system are being ignored. The end result is that the client suffers these losses. The TOGAF® 9.1 Foundation course provides a deep understanding of the TOGAF® concepts such as the Architecture Development Method and architecture governance etc.

The TOGAF® ADM is the result of many certified professionals (who practice TOGAF® in real life) coming together for developing and managing. We at Pearce Mayfield ensure that the delegates realize the benefits of the course by clearing the TOGAF® 9.1 Foundation exam.

 

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    Understand Architecture in relation to the Architecture Content Framework

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    Organize Architecture Assets with the Enterprise Continuum

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    Know the Different Phases of Architectural Development Method

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    Learn to Adapt the ADM

The TOGAF 9.1 Foundation course  has no prerequisite.

This certification is meant for:

  • Enterprise Architecture Professionals
  • Business Architects
  • IT Architects
  • Professionals who need a better understanding of the TOGAF 9.1 concepts
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By the time the course completes the delegates will have become familiar with the folloing concepts:

  • Understand the fundamentals of Enterprise Architecture and the TOGAF® standard
  • The core concepts and terminology of TOGAF® 9.1
  • The ADM cycle,objectives,scope and adaptation to the ADM
  • Enterprise Continuum
  • The ADM Phases, procedures and techniques
  • Contribution of Architecture Governance to the Architecture Development Cycle
  • The concepts of views and viewpoints and their role in communicating with stakeholders
  • The building blocks ideas
  • The key deliverables of the ADM cycle
  • The TOGAF reference models
  • The TOGAF certification program

Course Overview

Businesses use the TOGAF® framework to improve their efficiency. This efficiency is achieved by passing two exams that fall under TOGAF® 9.1 namely – the TOGAF® 9.1 Foundation (Part 1) and he TOGAF® 9.1 Certified (Part 2) exam. The Foundation level course is the first step towards that direction. Business general model their architecture on the BDAT-stack. This stack has four components:

  • Business Architecture
  • Data Architecture
  • Applications Architecture
  • Technology Architecture

Such a framework is considered to be unfit for today’s organisations. TOGAF® 9.1 solves this problem by providing a better framework.

Exams

  • Exam Type : Closed Book Exam
  • Minimum Pass Marks:55%
  • Exam duration: 60 Minutes
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Course Content

Chapter 1 Introduction

  • Outlines
  • The TOGAF Certification
    • Certification Document Structure
    • Program Vision and Principles
    • TOGAF 9.1 Foundation
    • The Certification Process
    • Preparing for the Examination
  • Summary

Chapter 2 Basic Concepts

  • Outlines
  • Introduction to TOGAF 9.1
    • What is the TOGAF Standard?
    • Structure of the TOGAF Document
  • Define an Enterprise
  • Explain Architecture in the Context of the TOGAF
  • Need of Enterprise Architecture
  • The Architecture Framework
  • TOGAF Framework for Enterprise Architecture - Why Is It Most Suitable?
  • The Different Architecture Domains
  • Contents of TOGAF Standard
    • The Architecture Development Method (ADM)
    • ADM Guidelines and Techniques
    • Architecture Content Framework
    • The Enterprise Continuum
    • TOGAF Reference Models
    • The Architecture Capability Framework
  • Summary

Chapter 3 Core Concepts

  • Key Learning Points
  • What are the Phases of the ADM?
  • Deliverables, Artifacts, and Building Blocks
  • The Enterprise Continuum
  • The Architecture Repository
  • Establishing and Maintaining an Enterprise Architecture Capability
  • Building an Operational Architecture Capability
  • Using the TOGAF Framework with Other Frameworks
  • Summary

Chapter 4 Key Terminology

  • Outlines
  • Key Terms
  • Summary

Chapter 5: The Architecture Development Method

  • Outlines
  • The Architecture Development Cycle
  • Relating ADM to Other Components of TOGAF
    • Relationship to the Enterprise Continuum
    • Correlation to the Architecture Repository
    • The ADM and the Foundation Architecture
    • The ADM and Supporting Guidelines and Techniques
  • Key Points of the ADM Cycle
  • Adapting the ADM to your Organisation
  • The Need for Architecture Governance
  • Scoping the Architecture Activity for your Organization
  • Integrating the Architecture Domains for your Organization
  • Summary

Chapter 6 The Enterprise Continuum and Tools

  • Outlines
  • Overview of the Enterprise Continuum
  • The Enterprise Continuum and Architecture Re-Use
  • The Constituent Parts of the Enterprise Continuum
    • The Enterprise Continuum
    • The Architecture Continuum
    • The Solutions Continuum
  • The Architecture Continuum in Detail
    • Foundation Architecture
    • Common Systems Architectures
    • Industry Architectures
    • Organization-Specific Architectures
  • The Solutions Continuum in Detail
    • Foundation Solutions
    • Common Systems Solutions
    • Industry Solutions
    • Organization-Specific Solutions
    • The Architecture Continuum and the Solutions Continuum
  • Using the Enterprise Continuum within the ADM
  • The Architecture Repository
    • The Architecture Landscape
    • The Standards Information Base
  • Tools Standardization
  • Summary

Chapter 7 The ADM Phases

  • Outlines
  • Preliminary Phase
    • Objectives
    • Approach
  • Phase A: Architecture Vision
    • Objectives
    • Approach
  • Phase B: Business Architecture
    • Objectives
    • Approach
  • Phase C: Information Systems Architectures
    • Objectives
    • Approach
  • Phase D: Technology Architecture
    • Objectives
    • Approach
  • Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions
    • Objectives
    • Approach
  • Phase F: Migration Planning
    • Objectives
    • Approach
  • Phase G: Implementation Governance
    • Objectives
    • Approach
  • Phase H: Architecture Change Management
    • Objectives
    • Approach
  • Requirements Management
    • Objectives
    • Approach
  • Summary

Chapter 8 ADM Guidelines and Techniques

  • Outlines
  • ADM Guidelines and Techniques Overview
  • Architecture Principles
    • The TOGAF Template for Defining Architecture Principles
    • What Makes a Good Architecture Principle?
  • Business Scenarios
    • Introducing
    • Business Scenarios in the ADM
  • Gap Analysis
  • Interoperability
    • Interoperability and the ADM
  • Business Transformation Readiness Assessment
  • Risk Management
    • Risk Management in the ADM
  • Capability-Based Planning
  • Summary

Chapter 9 Architecture Governance

  • Outlines
  • Introduction to Architecture Governance
  • TOGAF Architecture Governance Framework
    • Conceptual Structure
    • Organizational Structure
  • The Benefits of Architecture Governance
  • Architecture Board
  • Architecture Contracts
  • Design Compliance
  • The Meaning of Architecture Compliance
  • Architecture Compliance – It’s need
  • Architecture Compliance Reviews - Why are they required?
  • The Architecture Compliance Review Process
  • Establishing Architecture Capability With ADM
  • Summary

Chapter 10 Views, Viewpoints, and Stakeholders

  • Outlines
  • Concepts and Definitions
    • System
    • Stakeholders
    • Concerns
    • View
    • Viewpoint
  • Architecture Views and Viewpoints
  • Stakeholders, Concerns, Views, and Viewpoints – Their Relationships
  • The View Creation Process
  • Summary

Chapter 11 Building Blocks

  • Outlines
  • What is a Building Block?
  • Architecture Building Blocks and Solution Building Blocks
    • Architecture Building Blocks
    • Solution Building Blocks
  • Building Blocks and the ADM
  • Design Patterns
  • Summary

Chapter 12 ADM Deliverables

  • Outlines
  • The Role of Architecture Deliverables
  • The Purpose of Key Deliverables
    • Architecture Building Blocks (ABBs)
    • Design Contract
    • Architecture Definition Document
    • Design Principles
    • Architecture Repository
    • Architecture Requirements Specification
    • Architecture Roadmap
    • Design Vision
    • Business Principles, Business Goals, and Business Drivers
    • Capability Assessment
    • Change Request
    • Communications Plan
    • Compliance Assessment
    • Implementation and Migration Plan
    • Implementation Governance Model
    • Organizational Model for Enterprise Architecture
    • Request for Architecture Work
    • Requirements Impact Assessment
    • Solution Building Blocks
    • Statement of Architecture Work
    • Tailored Architecture Framework
  • Summary

Chapter 13 TOGAF Reference Models

  • Outlines
  • The TOGAF TRM as a Foundation Architecture
  • The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
  • Boundaryless Information Flow
  • Summary
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TOGAF 9.1 Foundation (Part 1) Schedules

Course Name Duration Dates Price
TOGAF 9.1 Foundation (Part 1) London
02-01-2018 £2099.00
TOGAF 9.1 Foundation (Part 1) Canterbury
02-01-2018 £5499.00
TOGAF 9.1 Foundation (Part 1) Aberdeen
02-01-2018 £3499.00
TOGAF 9.1 Foundation (Part 1) Chelmsford
02-01-2018 £5499.00
TOGAF 9.1 Foundation (Part 1) Chorley
02-01-2018 £5499.00
TOGAF 9.1 Foundation (Part 1) Edinburgh
02-01-2018 £2139.00
TOGAF 9.1 Foundation (Part 1) Guildford
02-01-2018 £5499.00
TOGAF 9.1 Foundation (Part 1) Ipswich
02-01-2018 £5499.00
TOGAF 9.1 Foundation (Part 1) Leicester
02-01-2018 £5499.00
TOGAF 9.1 Foundation (Part 1) Oxford
02-01-2018 £5499.00