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Objective

Enterprise Architecture TOGAF Framework ensures Business Strategy Alignment with Information Technology Alignment for survival & competing of the Enterprises across the globe for the fortune 500 Companies. Open Group TOGAF 9 Certification Program for People (the Program) is intended to make certification available to people who have knowledge and understanding of TOGAF Version 9. TOGAF stands for The Open Group Architecture Forum. The Program is intended to evolve to address subsequent versions of TOGAF that The Open Group may publish from time to time. TOGAF is the open enterprise architecture standard used by the world’s leading organizations to improve business efficiency. Certification is achieved through a two-part exam, following a course of self-study or an Accredited TOGAF 9 Training Course. This training course covers all the learning units mandated by The Open Group to achieve TOGAF 9 certification. The current syllabus is based on the TOGAF 9.2 standard since December 2018

The Program currently recognizes two levels of certification.

  • Level 1 (TOGAF 9 Foundation) is for individuals who require a basic understanding of TOGAF 9
  • Level 2 is (TOGAF 9 Certified) for individuals who require a deeper understanding of TOGAF 9

STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE

It is a 4-day intense training program accredited as per The Open Group standards. The Open Group is a global consortium that enables the achievement of business objectives through IT standards. With more than 400 member organizations, IT a diverse membership that spans all sectors of the IT community — customers, systems and solutions suppliers, tool vendors, integrators and consultants, as well as academics and researchers.

All aspects of TOGAF Certification course are discussed in detail. The class discussions are complemented with quizzes at the end of each lesson. All topics, quizzes, and exercises should be completed in the 4 days of training.

After completing the training, application, and the practice tests, participants can request to take up the actual TOGAF® exam at a Prometric Test Centers scheduled through Prometric site. If successfully completed both the exams (Level 1 and Level 2), the participant will be rewarded with the Certification of TOGAF 9.0 from The Open Group.

COURSE KIT

The course consists of the following:

  1. TOGAF 9 Certification Program for People Course Guide: This is the printed copy of the presentation used by the trainer. The idea behind providing this guide is to let participants make notes as and where they find it necessary and directed by the trainer. This can be quiet handy while revising the concepts taught in the class at a later point of time.
  2. TOGAF course Practice Test: There are four practice tests provided online to every participant. Level 1 has 40 objective-type questions and Level 2 has 8 essay-type multiple-choice questions. An explanation of each of the questions is also provided.

The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF® 9.2) Program

4 days - Course agenda

LEVEL 1

Day 1

M0 : Course Introduction

  • About this course
  • TOGAF 9 Certification level
  • Foundation Training
  • Certified Training
  • Course Objectives
  • Course Content

F 6: ADM phases level 1

  • Objectives
  • Preliminary Phase
  • Phase A Architecture Vision
  • Business Scenarios
  • Business Scenarios and the ADM
  • Phase B Business Architecture
  • Developing the Baseline Description
  • Business Modeling Examples
  • Using the Architecture Repository
  • Phase C Information Systems Architectures
  • Information Systems Architectures – Objectives
  • Top-Down Design—Bottom-up Implementation
  • Data-Driven Sequence Implementation
  • Architecture Repository
  • Considerations for the Data Architecture
  • Phase D Technology Architecture
  • Using the Architecture Repository
  • Phase E Opportunities and Solutions
  • Phase F Migration Planning
  • Phase G Implementation Governance
  • Phase H Architecture Change Management
  • Exercise—Drivers for Architecture Change
  • Change Management Process
  • Maintenance versus Redesign
  • Exercise—Change Impact
  • ADM Requirements Management
  • Resources
  • Volère Requirements Specification Template

Module F7—ADM Guidelines and Techniques

  • Objectives
  • Guidelines
  • Techniques
  • Exercise
  • Architecture Principles
  • The need for Architecture Principles
  • Template
  • Example: Primacy of Principles
  • Example: Self-Serve
  • What makes a good set of Architecture Principles
  • What is a business scenario?
  • What is a good business scenario?
  • The use of business scenarios in the ADM
  • Gap Analysis
  • Example
  • Interoperability and the ADM
  • Examples
  • The Business Transformation Readiness Program
  • Business Transformation Readiness and the ADM
  • Example
  • Risk Management in the ADM
  • Example
  • Capability based planning
  • Capabilities
  • Summary
  • Exercise

F 11: ADM Deliverables

  • Objectives
  • The role of Architecture Deliverables
  • Architecture Deliverables
  • Request for Architecture Work
  • Statement of Architecture Work
  • Architecture Vision
  • Communications Plan
  • Architecture Definition Document
  • Architecture Requirements Document
  • Architecture Roadmap

F 12: Reference Models

  • Objectives
  • TOGAF Foundation Architecture
  • The Architecture Continuum
  • TRM Components
  • Summary of the TRM
  • A common problem
  • Customer problem statement
  • A Shared Vision
  • How Important…
  • Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
  • The Architecture Continuum
  • TOGAF TRM Orientations
  • Boundaryless Information Flow Focus
  • Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model – High-level Model
  • Components of the III-RM
  • Summary of the III-RM

F 13: Certification

  • Objectives
  • TOGAF Certification for People
  • TOGAF 9 Certification Levels
  • Level 1—TOGAF 9 Foundation Target Audience
  • Paths to Level 2
  • Exam Paths to Level 2
  • Components
  • Level 1 Learning Units
  • Level 2 Learning Units
  • Level 1 Exam Requirements
  • Level 2 Exam Requirements
  • Level 2 Stepwise Development
  • Level 2 Direct
  • Level 2 Exam Via Bridge Requirements
  • Combined Part 1 and 2 Examination
  • Certification

M 1: Management Overview

  • The Open Group
  • Architecture Forum – Mission
  • Stakeholders and Value
  • What is an Enterprise?
  • What is an Architecture?
  • What is Enterprise Architecture?
  • Architecture Types
  • Why Enterprise Architecture?
  • Pressure to develop Enterprise Architecture
  • Business Benefits of Enterprise Architecture
  • The Importance of Governance
  • What do we mean by Governance?
  • What is an Architecture Framework?
  • The Value of a Framework
  • Enterprise Architecture Development Method
  • TOGAF Origins
  • TOGAF Development
  • TOGAF Scope
  • TOGAF Goals
  • TOGAF 9 Components
  • TOGAF 9.2 Standard
  • TOGAF Capability Framework
  • ADM—Basic Principles
  • Preliminary Phase
  • Phase A Architecture Vision
  • Phase B Business Architecture
  • Phase D Technology Architecture
  • Phase E Opportunities and Solutions
  • Phase F Migration Planning
  • Phase G Implementation Governance
  • Phase H Architecture Change Management
  • TOGAF Certification
  • TOGAF Foundation Target Audience
  • TOGAF Certified Target Audience
  • Summary

 

Day 2

M 2: TOGAF 9 Components

  • Objectives
  • TOGAF 9 Components
  • Roadmap
  • The Architecture Development Method
  • ADM Guidelines and Techniques
  • Applying Iteration to the ADM
  • Applying the ADM across the Architecture Landscape
  • Categories of Stakeholder
  • Architecture Content Framework
  • Deliverables, Artifacts and Building Blocks
  • Full Content Metamodel with Relationships
  • The Enterprise Continuum
  • Architecture Repository
  • TOGAF Reference Models
  • High-Level TRM
  • Detailed TRM
  • Boundaryless Information Flow™
  • The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (III-RM)
  • Capability Framework
  • Establishing the Architecture Capability as an Operational Entity
  • Summary

M 3: Introduction to the Architecture Development Method

  • What is the TOGAF ADM?
  • Architecture Development Method – Process
  • Relationship to other Parts of TOGAF
  • ADM Phases
  • ADM Phase Steps Example
  • ADM Inputs and Outputs
  • Adapting the ADM
  • Governing the ADM
  • Governance Repository
  • Reasons to Constrain the Scope of Architectural Activity
  • Scoping the Architecture Activity
  • Architecture Integration

M 4: The Enterprise Continuum and Tools

  • Roadmap
  • TOGAF 9: Components
  • Overview
  • Architecture Reuse
  • Enterprise Continuum: Constituents
  • The Architecture Continuum
  • The Solutions Continuum
  • Relationships
  • The Enterprise Continuum
  • Using the Continuum
  • Relationships
  • The Need for Tools
  • Tools can Model the Enterprise Architecture
  • Issues in Tool Standardization
  • Summary

M 5: Architecture Repository

  • Objectives
  • Purpose
  • Architecture Repository
  • Architecture Landscape
  • Reference Library
  • Standards Information Base
  • Standards Classification
  • Governance Log Contents
  • Relationship to other Parts of TOGAF
  • Summary
  • Exercise

M 9: Architecture Governance

  • Objectives
  • Introduction to Governance
  • Governance and ADM
  • Nature of Governance
  • Governance – Basic Principles
  • Levels of Governance
  • An IT Governance Framework - COBIT
  • TOGAF Architecture Governance Framework
  • Conceptual Structure
  • Architecture Governance Framework - Conceptual Structure
  • Organizational Structure
  • Benefits of Architecture Governance
  • Architecture Governance in Practice
  • Architecture Board
  • Architecture Board Value
  • Architecture Board Responsibilities
  • Architecture Board Operations
  • Architecture Contracts
  • Architecture Contracts and ADM
  • Architecture Compliance: Terminology
  • Architecture Compliance
  • Architecture Compliance Reviews
  • Architecture Compliance Review Process
  • Establishing an Architecture Capability
  • Summary

M 12: Views and View points

  • Objectives
  • Concepts and Definitions
  • System
  • Stakeholders
  • Concerns
  • Views and Viewpoints
  • What is an Architecture View?
  • A Simple Example of a Viewpoint
  • A Simple Example of a View
  • Developing Views in the ADM
  • Exercise—Views and Viewpoints for a Simple Airport System
  • The View Creation Process
  • Benefits
  • Using TOGAF Artifacts
  • Catalogs
  • Matrices
  • Stakeholder Map Matrix
  • Diagrams
  • Example Business Footprint Diagram
  • Recommended Architecture Views
  • Summary

M 13: Building Blocks

  • Objectives
  • Building Block Characteristics
  • A Good Building Block
  • Building Blocks
  • Architecture Building Blocks (ABBs)
  • ABB Specifications
  • Solution Building Blocks (SBBs)
  • Building Blocks and the ADM
  • Building Block Design
  • Architecture Patterns

LEVEL 2

Day 3

M 5: Architecture Repository

  • Objectives
  • Purpose
  • Architecture Repository
  • Architecture Landscape
  • Reference Library
  • Standards Information Base
  • Standards Classification
  • Governance Log Contents
  • Relationship to other Parts of TOGAF
  • Summary
  • Exercise

M 6: The Architecture Content Framework

  • Objectives
  • Introduction
  • Benefits of the Architecture Content Framework
  • Deliverables, Artifacts, and Building Blocks
  • Relationship between Deliverables, Artifacts, and Building blocks
  • Architectural Artifacts
  • Content Metamodel
  • Mapping the Framework and the ADM
  • Content Framework and the TOGAF ADM

M 7: The Architecture Content Metamodel

  • Objectives
  • What is a Metamodel
  • Why a Metamodel
  • Benefits of Content Metamodel
  • Formal and Informal Modeling
  • Core Content Metamodel Concepts
  • TOGAF Content Metamodel and its Extensions
  • Core Metamodel Entities
  • Core Entities and their Relationships
  • Stakeholder Needs
  • The Content Metamodel
  • Content Metamodel (Simplified)
  • Core TOGAF 9 Artifacts
  • Full Content Metamodel
  • Full Content Metamodel with Relationships
  • Full Content Metamodel Artifacts
  • Metamodel Extensions
  • Governance Extension
  • Services Extension
  • Process Modeling Extension
  • Data Extension
  • Infrastructure Consolidation Extension
  • Motivation Extension
  • Summary

M 8: The Preliminary Phase

  • Objectives
  • Preliminary Phase: Objectives in detail
  • Approach
  • Preliminary Phase: Main inputs
  • Steps
    1. Scope the enterprise organizations impacted
    2. Confirm governance and support frameworks
    3. Define the team and organization
    4. Identify and establish architecture principles
      • Defining Architecture Principles
      • TOGAF Template for Principles
      • An Example Statement of Principles
      • Example: Primacy of Principles
      • Example: Self-Serve
      • Five Qualities of Principles
    5. Tailor TOGAF and, if any, other Selected Architecture Frameworks
      • Terminology Tailoring
      • Process Tailoring
      • Content Tailoring
      • Architecture Principles, Requirements, and Roadmap
      • Implement architecture tools
      • Preliminary Phase: Outputs
      • Summary
      • TOGAF 9 Artifacts
      • Catalogs
      • Exercises
  • M 10: Business Scenarios

    • Objectives
    • Introduction
    • Business Scenarios and the ADM
    • What is a Good Business Scenario?
    • SMART
    • The Benefits of Business Scenarios
    • Who Contributes to a Business Scenario?
    • Developing a Business Scenario
    • Getting Business Scenarios Right
    • Contents of a Business Scenario
    • Template for a Business Scenario
    • Exercise
    • Resources
    • Summary
    • Exercise

    M 11: Stakeholder Management

    • Objectives
    • Overview
    • Benefits
    • Stakeholder Management
    • Step 1: Identify Stakeholders
    • Categories of Stakeholder
    • Step 2: Classify Stakeholder Positions
    • Step 3: Determine Stakeholder Management Approach
    • Step 4: Tailor Engagement Deliverables
    • Example: Stakeholder Map
    • Summary
    • Exercise

    M 14: Architecture Implementation Support Techniques

    • Objectives
    • Interoperability
    • Interoperability and the ADM
    • Examples
    • Interoperability Requirements and Solutions
    • Business Transformation Readiness Assessment
    • The Business Transformation Readiness Assessment
    • Readiness Factors
    • Assess the Readiness Factors
    • Readiness Factor Rating
    • Readiness Factor Risks & Actions
    • Risk Management in the ADM
    • Initial Risk Assessment
    • Risk Classification Scheme
    • Risk Identification and Mitigation Worksheet
    • Capability Based Planning
    • Capabilities
    • Summary
    • Exercise

    M 15: Phase A: Architecture Vision

    • Objectives
    • Architecture Vision–Objectives
    • Approach
    • Phase A: Inputs
    • Request for Architecture Work
    • Steps
      • Step 1: Establish the Project
      • Step 2: Identify Stakeholders, Concerns, and Business Requirements Stakeholder Map
      • Step 3: Confirm Business Goals, Drivers and Constraints
      • Step 4: Evaluate Business Capabilities Value Chain Diagram
      • Step 5: Assess Readiness for Business Transformation
      • Step 6: Define the Scope
      • Step 7: Confirm and Elaborate Architecture Principles and Business Principles
      • Step 8: Develop Architecture Vision Solution Concept Diagram
      • Step 9: Define the Target Architecture Value Propositions and KPIs
      • Step 10:Identify the Business Transformation Risks and Mitigation Activities
      • Step 11: Develop Statement of Architecture
    • Statement of Architecture Work
    • Phase A: Outputs
    • Summary

    M 16 A: Phase B: Business Architecture—Catalogs, Diagrams and Matrices

    • Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams
    • Business Interaction Matrix
    • Actor/Role Matrix
    • Diagrams
    • Example Business Footprint Diagram
    • Business Service/Information Diagram
    • Example Business Service/Information Diagram
    • Functional Decomposition Diagram
    • Example Functional Decomposition Diagram
    • Product Lifecycle Diagram
    • Example Product Lifecycle Diagram
    • Goal/Objective/Service Diagram
    • Example Goal/Objective/Service Diagram
    • Business Use-case Diagram
    • Example Business Use-case Diagram
    • Organization Decomposition Diagram
    • Example Organization Decomposition Diagram
    • Process Flow Diagram
    • Example Process Flow Diagram
    • Events Diagram
    • Example Events Diagram
    • Example Events Matrix

    M 16: Phase B: Business Architecture

    • Objectives
    • Business Architecture Objectives
    • Approach
    • Phase B: Inputs
    • Steps
      • Step 1: Select Reference Models, Viewpoints, and Tools
      • Example Artifacts
      • Examples of Modeling
      • Step 2: Develop Baseline Business Architecture
      • Step 3: Develop Target Business Architecture Description
      • Step 4: Perform Gap Analysis
      • Gap Analysis Exercise
      • Gap Analysis Exercise—Answer
      • Step 5: Define Candidate Roadmap Components
      • Step 6: Resolve Impacts across the Architecture Landscape
      • Step 7: Conduct Formal Stakeholder Review
      • Step 8: Finalize the Business Architecture
      • Step 9: Create Architecture Definition Document
    • Summary of Building Block Usage in Phase B
    • Phase B: Outputs
    • Architecture Definition Document – Business Architecture Components
    • Architecture Requirements Specification—Business Architecture Components
    • Summary
    • Exercise
    • Phase B: Business Architecture

    M 17: Phase C: Information Systems Architectures

    • Objectives
    • Information Systems Architectures—Objectives
    • Approach
    • Top-Down Design—Bottom-Up Implementation
    • Alternative Approach: Data-Driven Sequence Implementation
    • Approach: Architecture Repository
    • Considerations for Data Architecture
    • Phase C: Inputs
    • Steps in Phase C
    • Phase C: Outputs—Application Architecture
    • Summary

    M 18 A: Phase C: Data Architecture—Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams

    • Objectives
    • TOGAF 9 Artifacts
    • Catalogs, Matrices, and Diagrams
    • Catalogs
    • Exercise
    • Matrices
    • Data Entity/Business Function Matrix
    • Example Data Entity/Business Function Matrix
    • Application/Data Matrix
    • Example Application/Data Matrix
    • Diagrams
    • Conceptual Data Diagram
    • Logical Data Diagram
    • Data Dissemination Diagram
    • Data Dissemination Diagram—Example
    • Data Lifecycle Diagram
    • Data Security Diagram
    • Data Security Diagram—Example
    • Data Security Matrix—Example
    • Data Migration Diagram
    • Data Migration Diagram—Example
    • Data Migration Mapping—Example
    • Phase C: Data Architecture—Catalogs, Matrices, and Diagrams

    M 18: Phase C: Data Architecture

    • Objectives
    • Data Architecture—Objectives
    • Phase C—Inputs
    • Steps in Data Architecture Phase
      • Step 1: Select reference models, viewpoints, and tools
      • TOGAF 9 Artifacts

      • Step 2: Develop a Baseline Data Architecture Description
      • Step 3: Develop Target Data Architecture Description
      • Step 4: Perform Gap Analysis
      • Step 5: Define Candidate Roadmap Components
      • Step 6: Resolve impacts across the Architecture Landscape
      • Step 7: Conduct Formal Stakeholder Review
      • Step 8: Finalize the Data Architecture
      • Step 9: Create Architecture Definition Document
    • Outputs of Data Architecture
    • Data Architecture Components—Architecture Definition Document
    • Data Architecture Components—Architecture Requirements Specification
    • Summary
    • Exercise

    M 19: The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model

    • Objectives
    • Key Business and Technical Drivers
    • Objectives
    • Key Business and Technical Drivers
    • Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
    • TOGAF TRM
    • TOGAF TRM Orientations
    • Boundaryless Information Flow Focus
    • Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model—A High-level Model
    • Components of the III-RM
    • Components of the High-Level III-RM
    • Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference
    • Model—A Detailed Model
    • Summary
    • Exercises
    • The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model

    M 20 A: Phase C: Applications Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams

    • Module Objectives
    • TOGAF 9 Artifacts
    • Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams
    • Application/Organization Matrix
    • Example Application/Organization Matrix
    • Role/Application Matrix
    • Example Role/Application Matrix
    • Application/Function Matrix
    • Diagrams
    • Application Communication Diagram
    • Application and User Location Diagram
    • Application Use Case Diagram
    • Enterprise Manageability Diagram
    • Process/Application Realization Diagram
    • Software Engineering Diagram
    • Application/Migration Diagram
    • Software Distribution Diagram

 

Day 4

M 20: Phase C: Applications Architecture

  • Module Objectives
  • Phase C: Inputs: Application Architecture
  • Steps
    • Step 1: Select Reference Models, Viewpoints and Tools
    • Example – The Integrated Information Infrastructure Model

      III-RM Business and Technical Drivers

      III-RM Focus

      III-RM High Level View

    • Step 2: Develop a Baseline Application Architecture Description
    • Step 3: Develop Target Application Architecture Description
    • Step 4: Perform Gap Analysis
    • Step 5: Define Candidate Roadmap Components
    • Step 6: Resolve Impacts Across the Architecture Landscape
    • Step 7: Conduct Formal Stakeholder Review
    • Step 8: Finalize the Application Architecture
    • Step 9: Create Architecture Definition Document
  • Phase C: Outputs: Application Architecture
  • Architecture Definition Document – Application Architecture Components
  • Architecture Requirements Specification – Application Architecture Components
  • Summary

M 21: Foundation Architecture

  • Module Objectives
  • TOGAF Foundation Architecture
  • Technical Reference Model Components
  • The Technical Reference Model
  • Taxonomy of Platform Services
  • Taxonomy of Application Platform Service Qualities
  • Availability
  • Assurance
  • Usability
  • Adaptability
  • Customizing the TRM
  • Summary

M 22 A: Phase D: Technology Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams

  • Module Objectives
  • TOGAF 9 Artifacts
  • Catalogs, Matrices, and Diagrams

M 22:Phase D: Technology Architecture

  • Module Objectives
  • Approach
  • Technology Architecture: Inputs
  • Steps
  • TOGAF 9 Artifacts
  • Technology Architecture Outputs
  • Architecture Definition Document – Technology Architecture Components
  • Summary

M 23: Migration Planning Techniques

  • Module Objectives
  • The Implementation Factor Assessment
  • The Consolidated Gaps, Solutions and Dependencies Matrix
  • Architecture Definition Increments table
  • The Transition Architecture State Evolution Table
  • The Business Value Assessment Technique
  • Summary

M 24: Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions

  • Module Objectives
  • Stakeholders
  • Approach
  • Phase E: Inputs
  • Steps
  • Phase E Outputs
  • Summary
  • TOGAF 9 Artifacts
  • Project Context Diagram
  • Benefits Diagram

M 25: Phase F: Migration Planning

  • Phase F Objectives
  • Approach
  • Phase F: Inputs
  • Steps
  • Phase F Outputs
  • Summary

M 26: Phase G: Implementation Governance

  • Module Objectives
  • Phase G Objectives
  • Approach
  • Phase G: Inputs
  • Steps
  • Phase G Outputs
  • Summary

M 27: Phase H: Architecture Change Management

  • Module Objectives
  • Phase H Objectives
  • Approach
  • Change Management Process
  • Maintenance versus Redesign
  • Change Impact Exercise
  • Phase H: Inputs
  • Change Requests
  • Steps
  • Phase H Outputs
  • Business Users’ Architecture Contract
  • Request for Architecture Work
  • Summary

M 28: ADM Requirements Management

  • Module Objectives
  • ADM Requirements Management
  • Requirements Development
  • Resources
  • Volère Requirements Specifications Template
  • Requirements Management: Inputs
  • Steps
  • Requirements Management: Outputs
  • Requirements Impact Assessment
  • Summary

M 29: Architecture Partitioning

  • Module Objectives
  • Partitioning
  • Preliminary Phase
  • Summary

M 30: Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: Iteration and Levels

  • Module Objectives
  • Iteration and Levels
  • Iteration and the ADM
  • Iteration to Manage the Architecture Capability
  • Approaches to Architecture Development
  • Classes of Architecture Engagement
  • A Hierarchy of ADM Processes
  • Architecture Development Iteration “Baseline First”
  • Architecture Development Iteration “Target First”
  • Transition Planning
  • Architecture Governance
  • Applying the ADM Across the Architecture Landscape
  • Summary

M 31: Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: Security

  • Module Objectives
  • Security and the ADM
  • Stakeholder Concerns
  • ADM Requirements Management
  • Preliminary Phase
  • Phase A Architecture Vision
  • Phase B Business Architecture
  • Phase C Information Systems Architectures
  • Phase D Technology Architecture
  • Phase E Opportunities and Solutions
  • Phase F Migration Planning
  • Phase G Implementation Governance
  • Phase H Architecture Change Management
  • Summary

M 32: Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: SOA

  • Module Objectives
  • What is Service Oriented Architecture?
  • Preliminary Phase
  • Phase A: Architecture Vision
  • Architecture Development: Phases B,C, and D
  • Summary

M 33: Architecture Maturity Models

  • Module Objectives
  • Capability Maturity Models
  • CMMI
  • US Department of Commerce ACMM
  • Maturity Assessments in the ADM
  • Summary

M 34: Architecture Skills Framework

  • Module Objectives
  • Roles
  • Purpose
  • Benefits of using the Architecture Skills Framework
  • The structure of the Architecture Skills Framework

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