TOGAF Certification Training

TOGAF® Training at Edureka will help you prepare and clear Level 1 (TOGAF® Foundation ) and TOGAF® Level 2 (TOGAF® Certified) Certification .

TOGAF Certification Training

Course Description

TOGAF® course will train you how to build an enterprise architecture based on the business and technical requirements. It will also explain different architecture layouts of TOGAF® such as Business Architecture, Application Architecture, Technical Architecture and Data Architecture. You will understand all the important components of TOGAF®, ADM (Architecture Development Method) and how to design the enterprise framework using all the phases of ADM approach.

Course Outcomes:
  • Understand therequisite knowledge of TOGAF® Standards and Enterprise Architecture
  • Succesfully clear TOGAF® Level 1 and Level 2 certification exam
Course Details:

Target Audience

The target audience for Level 1 includes:

  • IT Professionals who are working in roles associated with an architecture project such as those responsible for planning, execution, development, delivery, and operation.

  • Solution / Technical Architects who are looking for a first introduction to TOGAF®.

  • Solution / Technical / Enterprise Architects who want to achieve certification in a stepwise approach.


The target audience for Level 2 includes:

  • IT Professionals who are working in an organization where TOGAF® has been adopted and who need to participate in architecture projects and initiatives.

  • Solution / Technical / Enterprise Architects who would be responsible for developing architecture artifacts.

  • Solution / Technical / Enterprise Architects who wish to introduce TOGAF® as an architecture practice.

  • Solution / Technical / Enterprise Architects who want to achieve a recognized certification to demonstrate their detailed knowledge of TOGAF®.

Access Timeframe

Lifetime access to Learning Management System (LMS) which has class presentations, quizzes, installation guide & class recordings.

Prerequisites

No prerequisites or prior experience needed to take and successfully complete this course. However, an experience in Enterprise Architecture would be helpful.
Certificate Info:

Type of Certification

Certificate of Completion

Format of Certification

Digital

Professional Association/Affiliation

edureka certification has industry recognition and we are the preferred training partner for many MNCs e.g.Cisco, Ford, Mphasis, Nokia, Wipro, Accenture, IBM, Philips, Citi, Ford, Mindtree, BNYMellon etc.

Course Outline

Understand The Open Group TOGAF® Certification for People program, levels for certification, paths for certification and the requirements for certification.

Topics - i) About TOGAF® and the Open Group ii) The Training Course, TOGAF® Structure iii) Structure of the Training.
Basic concepts of Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF®, Core concepts of TOGAF® and understand the key terminology of TOGAF®.

Topics - i) Definition of key concepts and terms, TOGAF® ii) Architecture Framework
Understand the Architecture Development Method (ADM) cycle, brief objective of each phase in the cycle, and how to adapt the ADM and ADM architecture scope and its integration.

Topics - i)Overview of the TOGAF® ADM ii) Objectives of each ADM Phase iii)Architecture Development.
In this module, yo will learn scripting functionality and organizing data for effective results.

Topics - i) Objectives of the Preliminary Phase ii)Seven Aspects Defining the enterprise iii)Identifying key drivers and elements iv) Requirements for architecture work v)Framework to be used vi)Relationships between management frameworks vii) Evaluating the enterprise architecture maturity viii)Inputs to the phase with key elements: Architecture Frameworks, Business principles, business goals, and business drivers ix)Influence of pre-existing architectural inputs on the phase x) Steps for : Enterprise architecture team and organization, Set of Architecture Principles for a given scenario, Tailoring the framework, xi)Outputs & Key Elements : Architecture Principles, xii) Architecture Governance Framework, xiii)Request for Architecture Work
Understand the key concept of the Enterprise Continuum, its purpose and its constituent parts.

Topics - i)Enterprise Continuum - Introduction & Usage, Re-use of architecture artifacts ii) Constituents of the Enterprise Continuum iii)Definition of the Architecture Continuum iv)Stages of architecture evolution defined in the Architecture Continuum v)Solutions Continuum, Stages of architecture evolution defined in the Solutions Continuum vi)Relationship between the Enterprise Continuum and the TOGAF® ADM.
Understand the concepts of views and viewpoints, their role in communicating with stakeholders as well as applying them to the Architecture Development Cycle.Understand the concept of building blocks within TOGAF® and the key deliverables of the ADM cycle.

Topics - i) Architecture Deliverables across the ADM cycle ii) Define & understand relationships of key concepts like Stakeholders iii)Concerns, Views and Viewpoints iv)Differentiate viewpoints, v)View Creation process vi)Building block, vii)Distinction between Architecture Building Blocks and Solution Building Blocks viii)Use of building blocks in the ADM cycle.
Understand how to apply the Stakeholder Management technique.

Topics - i)Steps in developing a Stakeholder Map ii)Benefits of creating views iii)Three example views provided by TOGAF®
Provide guidelines for using architecture patterns.

Topics - i) Architecture Patterns.
Understand how Architecture Partitioning can be used to simplify the development and maintenance of an enterprise architecture & the Architecture Repository, its constituent parts, and its relationship to other parts of TOGAF®.

Topics - i) Architecture Partitioning ii)The Architecture Repository iii) Architecture Tools.
Architecture Governance contribution to the Architecture Development Cycle, Phase G, the role of Architecture Capability Maturity Models & The Architecture Skills Framework.

Topics - i) Establishing an Architecture Capability using ADM ii)Architecture Contracts - contents & relationship to Architecture Governance iii) Architecture Maturity Models iv)Capability Maturity Model v)CMMI process, structure and levels of the ACMM vi)The role of Maturity Assessments in the ADM vii) Architecture Skills Framework, including roles, skills and proficiency levels.
Understand The Open Group TOGAF® Certification for People program, levels for certification, paths for certification and the requirements for certification .

Topics - i) Architecture Board- establishment, responsibilities, factors for setting up & operations ii) Architecture Governance - Concepts, Framework, Benefits iii)Fitment within ADM Cycle and key success factors for putting Architecture Governance into practice.
Introduction to the ADM Guidelines and Techniques.

Topics - i) Risk Management- characteristics & usage within the TOGAF® ADM ii) Risk monitoring iii) Architecture Compliance - meaning & need and Architecture Compliance Reviews - process & usage.
Introduction to the ADM Guidelines and Techniques & how to apply the Preliminary Phase in development of an enterprise architecture.

Topics - i) Architecture Principles and where they are used within TOGAF® ii) Standard Template for Architecture Principles iii)Good Architecture Principle iv)Identify and establish a set of Architecture Principles for a given scenario.
The purpose is to understand how each of the ADM phases contributes to the success of enterprise architecture & how to apply the Preliminary Phase in development of an enterprise architecture.

Topics - i) Ojectives of the Preliminary Phase ii)Seven Aspects Defining the enterprise iii)Identifying key drivers and elements iv) Requirements for architecture work v)Framework to be used, Relationships between management frameworks vi)Evaluating the enterprise architecture maturity vii) Inputs to the phase with key elements: Architecture Frameworks, Business principles, business goals, and business drivers viii) Influence of pre-existing architectural inputs on the phase ix) Steps for : Enterprise architecture team and organization x) Set of Architecture Principles for a given scenario xi)Tailoring the framework xii) Outputs & Key Elements : Architecture Principles, Architecture Governance Framework, Request for Architecture Work
Understand how to apply the Business Scenarios technique.

Topics - i) Understand what a Business Scenario is and its purpose ii) Understand where Business Scenarios are used within the ADM cycle iii) Understanding the properties of a good Business Scenario iv)Learn how to develop and validate a Business Scenario.
Understand how to apply Phase A in development of an enterprise architecture.

Topics - i) Objectives of the Phase A: Architecture Vision and Business Scenarios ii)Typical contents of the Architecture Repository - stakeholders, concerns and business requirements iii)Business Transformation Readiness Assessment iv) Risk Assessment v) Statement of Architecture Work vi) Capability Assessment vii) Architecture Vision and Communications Plan viii) Security Architecture influences on this phase.
ADM Guidelines and Techniques, Phase A, Phase B & Phase F in development of an enterprise architecture and Phase E and F for migration planning .

Topics - i) Gap Analysis- purpose & technique ii)Migration Planning Techniques iii) Implementation Factor Assessment iv)Deduction Matrix v) Consolidated Gaps & Solutions vi)Dependencies Matrix vii) Architecture Definition Increments Table viii)Transition Architecture State Evolution Table in conjunction with the TRM ix) Business Value Assessment Technique x) Interoperability Requirements xi)Use of Interoperability Requirements within the TOGAF® ADM xii)Reconcilation of Interoperability Requirements with potential solutions xiii) Business Transformation Readiness Assessment xiv) Business Transformation Readiness Program xv) Business Transformation Readiness within the ADM xvi)Business Transformation Readiness Capability Based Planning xvii)Capability-Based Planning & application in an enterprise architecture context.
ADM phases - objectives and the approach for each phase & learning to apply Phase B in development of an enterprise architecture.

Topics - i) Inputs to the ADM using Business principles ii) Business goals and business drivers iii) Three techniques for business modeling, iv) Considerations for selecting reference models v)Viewpoints and tools vi)Technique of Gap Analysis vii)Building blocks in the development of the Business Architecture vii) Understand the outputs using Business Architecture components of the Architecture Definition Document viii) Business Architecture components of the Architecture Requirements Specification & Security Architecture influences on this phase.
ADM phases & application of Phase C (Data Architecture) in development of an enterprise architecture.

Topics - i) Information Systems Architectures ii) Approach recommended by TOGAF® like Key considerations for the Data Architecture & Architecture Repository iii) Phase C: Information Systems Architectures - Data Architecture, Implementation order of the Data and Application Architectures iv) Inputs to the phase and Data Principles v)Steps & considerations for selecting reference models, viewpoints and tools vi)Outputs using Data Architecture components of the Architecture Definition Document vii) Data Architecture components of the Architecture Requirements Specification & Security Architecture influences on this phase viii) Phase C: Information Systems Architectures - Application Architecture, inputs & Application Principles ix) Steps & considerations for selecting reference models, viewpoints and tools x)Outputs using Application Architecture components of the Architecture Definition Document xi) Application Architecture components of the Architecture Requirements Specification & Security Architecture influences on this phase.
The purpose of this Learning Unit is to help the Candidate have a detailed understanding of the TOGAF® Technical Reference Model (TRM).

Topics - i) Understanding the role of the TRM as a Foundation Architecture ii)Familiarising the major characteristics of a Foundation Architecture iii) Briefly understanding the basic concepts of the III-RM iv) Briefly learning the relationship of the III-RM to the concept of Boundaryless Information Flow v) Understanding the TRM graphic, including the following key elements :Application Software Categories, Application Platform Interface, Application Platform vi)Communications Infrastructure Interface, Qualities vii) Briefly understanding the structure of the TRM viii) Briefly exploring the main architecture objectives of using the TRM ix) Understanding about the Platform Services Taxonomy x)Understanding about the Service Quality Taxonomy xi)Understanding how to customize the TRM to meet an organization's specific needs.
Detailed understanding of the TOGAF® Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (III-RM).

Topics - i) Understanding the business and technical drivers for Boundaryless Information Flow ii) Learning how the III-RM fulfills the solution space for Boundaryless Information Flow iii) Briefly understanding the high-level structure of the III-RM, III-RM graphic, Business Applications, Infrastructure Applications, Application Platform, Interfaces, Qualities.
Understand how to apply Phase D in development of an enterprise architecture.

Topics - i) Understanding the main objectives of the Phase D ii) Briefly learning the approach to the phase including using the Architecture Repository iii) Understand the inputs to the phase and explain the following key elements:Technology Principles iv) Understand the steps involved and being able able to: Learning how the TRM can be used when developing a Technology Architecture, Learning the role of ABBs v) Understand the outputs and be able to explain the following key elements:Technology Architecture components of the Architecture Definition Document, Technology Architecture components of the Architecture Requirements Specification vi) Understand the Security Architecture influences on this phase.
Understanding how to apply Phase E in development of an enterprise architecture.

Topics - i) Understanding the main objectives of the Phase E ii) Briefly learn the approach to the Phase E iii) Understand the management frameworks that have to be coordinated within this phase iv) Learn how business value is assigned to each work package v) Understand the steps to prioritize the migration projects vi) Understand the steps to confirm the Architecture Roadmap vii) Learning key outputs of this phase specifically: Implementation and Migration Plan, Architecture Definition Document, including Transition Architectures (if any) and Understanding the Security Architecture influences on this phase.
Understand how to apply Phase F in development of an enterprise architecture.

Topics - i) Architecture Board, ii) Briefly learn the need for establishment of an Architecture Board iii) Understand the responsibilities of an Architecture Board iv) Discuss the factors that should be considered when setting up an Architecture Board v) Learn how to operate an Architecture Board vi) Architecture Governance vii) Briefly learn the concept of Architecture Governance viii) Describe the main concepts that make up an Architecture Governance framework ix) Understanding why Architecture Governance is beneficial,x) Understanding how Architecture Governance fits within the ADM cycle xi)Understanding the key success factors for putting Architecture Governance into practice.
Understand how to apply Phase G in development of an enterprise architecture.

Topics - i) Understand the main objectives of the phase ii) Briefly learn the approach to this phase iii) Understand the inputs to the phase iv) Understanding the steps involved and being able to describe the following: Explain how to tailor and conduct an Architecture Compliance Review v) Understand the outputs and be able to explain the following key elements:The contents of Architecture Contracts, Their relationship to Architecture Governance vi) Understanding the Security Architecture influences on this phase vii) Demonstrate the role that risk monitoring plays in this phase.
Understand how to apply Phase H in development of an enterprise architecture.

Topics - i) Understand the main objectives of the phase H ii) Briefly learn the approach to the phase,including: Drivers for change Enterprise architecture management process iii) Guidelines for maintenance versus architecture redesign iv) Understand the inputs to this phase for better understanding of Change Requests v) Understand the steps involved in Architecture Board meetings vi) Understanding the outputs and be able to explain when the following might occur vii) Updated Architecture Contracts viii) A new Request for Architecture Work ix) Understanding the Security Architecture influences on this phase
Understand how to apply the process of managing architecture requirements.

Topics - i) Briefly understand how Requirements Management fits into the ADM cycle ii) Requirements Management process iii) Approaches to Requirements Management iv) Understand the inputs to the phase v) Understand the steps and their correspondence to phases v)Understanding how the Requirements Management steps correspond to ADM phases vi)Understanding the purpose of the outputs of Requirements Management vii)Understanding the Security Architecture influences on the requirements captured.
The purpose of this Learning Unit is to help the Candidate understand how to apply iteration and different levels of architecture with the ADM.

Topics - i) Understanding the concept of iteration and how it applies to TOGAF ii) Factors influencing the use of iteration iii) Learning some suggested iteration cycles iv) Understanding how the ADM supports different types of engagements within the organization v) Learning how to apply iteration cycles to the ADM phases vi)Understanding how the concepts of levels and the Enterprise Continuum are used to organize the Architecture Landscape vii) Identify the different levels of architecture that exist in an organization.
Understand the security considerations that need to be addressed during application of the ADM.

Topics - i) Understand the responsibility that Enterprise Architects have towards Security Architecture and the recommended Security adaptations to the ADM.
Understand how the ADM can be adapted for the SOA style of architecture.

Topics - i) SOA as an architectural style ii) Understanding how enterprise architecture supports SOA iii) Recommended SOA adaptations to the ADM.
Recap the TOGAF® course content and brief review.

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