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TOGAF® Foundation - Part 1 Training
- Participants / Prerequisite
The TOGAF® certification program is aimed at recognizing the skills and experience of computer architecture professionals. This course provides an initial level of knowledge and understanding of concepts of TOGAF methodology to develop and maintain an enterprise architecture.
- The TOGAF PART1 exam is taken at the end of training. Simulation exercises will help you better prepare for the TOGAF® Foundation exam from the Open Group. The exam is in the form of 40 multiple choice questions. 1 point for each correct answer, 55% correct required to pass.
- This course contains active instruction. The course materials are in English. It gives additional documentation about TOGAF®, and document templates and models that are ready to complete.
- Definition and reasons for Enterprise Architecture.
- Main repositories.
- Positioning of TOGAF.
- TOGAF and its upgrades
- Overall vision of TOGAF. Modular structure.
- Roles, dependencies, and goals of the modules. Summary.
- Objects and relationships of the meta-model for each architecture domain.
- Meta-Model - Core and extensions.
- Types of artifacts and deliverables.
- Notions of Architecture and Solution Building Blocks.
- Structuring the Enterprise Continuum.
- Goals and contents of the architecture repository.
- TOGAF® reference models. TRM and IIIRM.
- IIRM and the “Boundaryless Information Flow”.
- Different levels of governance.
- Architecture principles, the notion of a contract.
- Architecture governance processes.
- Using the ADM.
- The architecture committee.
- The different phases. Managing requirements.
- Description of goals, inputs, and outputs.
- Diagram, catalog, and matrix artifacts.
- Artifacts recommended by TOGAF to describe architecture and solution elements.
- Architecture rules.
- Stakeholder management. Business scenarios.
- Gap analysis. Migration planning techniques.
- Architecture patterns. Interoperability requirements.
- The Business Transformation Readiness Assessment.
- Risk management.
- Capability-Based Planning.
- The notions of views, viewpoints, and stakeholders.