Overview of the TOGAF® 9.1 Enterprise Architecture Framework

The course provides an accelerated and entertaining coverage of TOGAF® 9.1 framework. The course endeavors to make it easy to grasp the 700+ page content that forms the TOGAF® documentation, thereby functioning as a quick reference for architecture practitioners, anyone interacting with the architecture function in their organization, and anyone preparing to take TOGAF® certification test who wants to review the contents in a few hours.
Course info
Rating
(102)
Level
Advanced
Updated
Mar 16, 2016
Duration
4h 7m
Table of contents
Introduction
Foundational Definitions and Concepts
Introducing Architecture Development Method
ADM - Capability Iteration
ADM - Architecture Development Iteration
ADM - Transition Planning Iteration
ADM – Architecture Governance & Requirements
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Description
Course info
Rating
(102)
Level
Advanced
Updated
Mar 16, 2016
Duration
4h 7m
Description

The course provides an accelerated and entertaining coverage of TOGAF® 9.1 framework. The course endeavors to make it easy to grasp the 700+ page content that forms the TOGAF® documentation, thereby functioning as a quick reference for architecture practitioners, or anyone interacting with the architecture function in their organization and also function as an introduction to the material for individuals preparing to take TOGAF® certification tests. The course begins by introducing enterprise architecture and the value of it in real world enterprises. It then quickly establishes the need for enterprise architecture frameworks. Next, the course introduces TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture framework and covers the core concepts and taxonomy used in the framework. In parallel, it introduces a core (although fictitious) case study of WebFirst Banking Corporation - which is used to illustrate the kind of thought process that goes into establishing an enterprise architecture practice within an organization. This happens in parallel as the subsequent modules dives deeper to explore TOGAF® Architecture Development Method and the recommended techniques and guidelines offered by TOGAF®.

About the author
About the author

I am an Enterprise Solution Architect living and working at Sydney, Australia. I am passionate about the lean & agile movement and a keen advocate & evangelist of lean/agile values, principles, and practices at all layers of the Enterprise. I teach and coach on various architecture/ agility related topics.

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