An Overview of Enterprise and IT Architecture

by Brad Utterback

This course provides a practical understanding of current enterprise architectural framework. It covers basic concepts found in TOGAF®: Architecture Development Method (ADM), techniques, architecture content, tools, and capabilities.

What you'll learn

At the core of being a successful enterprise architect is a thorough knowledge of an enterprise architecture framework and best practices. In this course, An Overview of Enterprise and IT Architecture, you will learn about TOGAF®, an architecture framework. First, you will discover the value of consolidating complex architecture work into 4 common architecture iterations. Next, you will improve your skills and creativity as an enterprise architect as you explore how to apply the framework by a scenario based on true events. Finally, you will learn several tips that will be a helpful addition to your studies should you decide to take the TOGAF® Foundation Exam. When you are finished with this course, you will have a fundamental knowledge of enterprise architecture based on TOGAF® and will help you as you move forward in your decision to pursue enterprise architecture.

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Course Overview

About the author

Brad is an ITIL® Expert teaching all the ITIL® courses for 11+ years. He contributed to the ITIL® Practitioner Guide and worked on ITSM process definition and implementation projects. Brad writes course-ware and is called upon to help scope projects and consult with all types of organizations as it relates to ITSM and aligning IT services with business outcomes. He has also taught service management concepts in universities in Kazakhstan volunteering his time to be with undergraduate students an... more

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