TOGAF 9.1 Level 1 and Level 2
Gain the knowledge and skills needed to become certified in TOGAF 9.1.
TOGAF, an Open Group standard, is a proven enterprise architecture methodology and framework used by the world's leading organizations to improve business efficiency. TOGAF helps practitioners avoid being locked into proprietary methods, utilize resources more efficiently and effectively, and realize a greater return on investment. TOGAF is an industry-standard architecture framework that may be used freely by your organization to develop an information systems architecture.
In this course, you will gain the knowledge needed to prepare for and achieve both TOGAF 9.1 Level 1 certification, known as TOGAF 9.1 Foundation, and TOGAF Level 2 certification, known as TOGAF 9.1 Certified. You will learn the technology, structure, and concepts of TOGAF 9.1. In addition to gaining the knowledge and comprehension of TOGAF 9.1, you will learn to analyze and apply this knowledge.
During the course, you will receive a voucher allowing you to schedule the TOGAF 9.1 Level 1 and Level 2 certification exam. You will schedule the exams through a Prometric Test Center of your choice. The TOGAF 9.1 Level 1 certification exam is a 60-minute closed book exam. The TOGAF Level 2 certification exam is a 90-minute open book exam. You must pass the exams to achieve certification.
This course is conducted and delivered by ITpreneurs who holds a TOGAF® 9 Commercial License issued by The Open Group. Global Knowledge acts as a service provider to ITpreneurs and is not required to be licensed by The Open Group.
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What You'll Learn
- Architecture Development Method (ADM) phases in the development of an enterprise architecture
- Architecture Governance in development of an enterprise architecture
- TOGAF Architecture Content Framework
- Building Blocks concept
- Stakeholder Management Technique
- TOGAF Content Metamodel
- TOGAF recommended techniques when developing an enterprise architecture
- TOGAF Technical Reference Model and how to customize it to meet an organization's needs
- Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
- Key deliverables of the ADM cycle
- Partition an enterprise architecture to meet the specific needs of an organization
- Architecture Repository
- Apply iteration and different levels of architecture with the ADM
- Adapt the ADM for security
- SOA as a style of architecture
- Architecture maturity models in developing an enterprise architecture
- Architecture Skills Framework and how to apply it within an organization
Who Needs to Attend
- Individuals who require a deeper understanding of TOGAF 9.1
- Professionals who are working in an organization where TOGAF 9.1 has been adopted
- Architects who will be responsible for developing architecture artifacts
- Architects who wish to introduce TOGAF 9.1 into an architecture practice and who want to achieve a recognized qualification to demonstrate their detailed knowledge of TOGAF 9.1
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Certification Programs and Certificate Tracks
This course is part of the following programs or tracks:
2. The TOGAF 9 Components
3. Architecture Development Method
4. The Enterprise Continuum
5. The Architecture Repository
6. The Architecture Content Framework
7. The Architecture Content Metamodel
8. The Preliminary Phase
9. Architecture Governance
10. Business Scenarios
11. Stakeholder Management
12. Architecture Views and Viewpoints
13. Building Blocks and the ADM
14. Architecture Implementation Support Techniques
15. Phase A: Architecture Vision
16. Phase B: Business Architecture
Catalogs, Diagrams, and Matrices
17. Phase C: Information Systems Architectures
- Catalogs, Matrices, and Diagrams
- Catalogs, Matrices, and Diagrams
18. The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
19. Foundation Architecture
20. Phase D: Technology Architecture
- Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams
21. Migration Planning Techniques
22. Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions
23. Phase F: Migration Planning
24. Phase G: Implementation Governance
25. Phase H: Architecture Change Management
26. ADM Requirements Management
27. Architecture Partitioning
28. Guidelines for Adapting the ADM:
- Iteration and Levels