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TOGAF 9: Level 2 Certified 3 Days Virtual Live Training in Melbourne


Course Description:


The TOGAF® Standard, Version 9.2 is an improvement to the TOGAF® Standard, Version 9.1, providing improved guidance, fixing errors, refining the document structure, and removing obsolete content. The TOGAF® 9 Training Course: Level 2 Certified is a classroom-based course based on TOGAF® Standard, Version 9.2. This training provides an opportunity to architects and aspiring architects to strive for greater industry credibility and better career opportunities by possessing the updated knowledge and skill-set based on TOGAF Standard, Version 9.2.


The TOGAF® 9 Training Course: Level 2 Certified course is a 3 Day, interactive, classroom-based learning experience. The course focuses on the practical application of the TOGAF® 9 framework, building on the foundational knowledge and comprehension of Level 1, using practical scenarios to enforce concepts. The purpose of certification for Part 2, known as TOGAF® 9 Practitioner, is to provide validation that, in addition to the knowledge and comprehension of TOGAF 9 Foundation, the candidate is able to analyze and apply this knowledge. The learning objectives at this level focus on application and analysis, in addition to knowledge and comprehension.


Course Topic:


MODULE 1 : COURSE INTRODUCTION


● Introduction


● Overview


● Course Objectives


● Course Agenda: Day 1


● Course Agenda: Day 2


● Course Agenda: Day 3


● Course Book


● Case Study


● Summary


MODULE 2 : THE ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT METHOD


● Learning Objectives


● Introduction to the ADM


● Phases of the ADM


● Summary


MODULE 3 : ENTERPRISE CONTINUUM AND ARCHITECTURE REPOSITORY


● Learning Objectives


● Core Concepts: Architecture Repository and Enterprise Continuum


● Enterprise Continuum


● Architecture Repository


● Summary


MODULE 4 : ARCHITECTURE CONTENT FRAMEWORK


● Learning Objectives


● Content Metamodel


● Activity: Identification


● Activity: Presentation


● Content Metamodel Extensions


● Artifacts


● Building Blocks


● Summary


MODULE 5 : PRELIMINARY PHASE AND REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT


● Learning Objectives


● Preliminary Phase


● Adapting the TOGAF Approach and ADM


● Partitioning the Architecture


● Applying Iterations to the ADM


● Activity: Presentation


● Principles


● Activity: Discussion


● Activity: Brainstorming


● Activity: Brainstorming


● Developing and Applying Architecture Principles


● Architecture Requirements


● Requirements Management


● Summary


MODULE 6 : ARCHITECTURE VISION


● Learning Objectives


● Phase A — Architecture Vision: Objectives, Approach, Inputs, Steps


● Phase A — Architecture Vision: Outputs and Deliverable


● Activity: Presentation


● Business Scenarios


● Activity: Group Discussion


● Stakeholder Management


● Risk Management


● Capability-Based Planning


● Business Transformation Readiness Assessment


● Summary


MODULE 7 : BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE


● Learning Objectives


● Phase B — Business Architecture: Objectives, Approach, Inputs, and Steps


● Gap Analysis


● Phase B — Business Architecture: Outputs


● Activity: Comparison


● Artifacts of Business Architecture


● Summary


MODULE 8 : INFORMATION SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE


● Learning Objectives


● Phase C — Information Systems Architectures


● Artifacts in Information Systems Architectures


● Activity: Think-Pair-Share


● Summary


MODULE 9 : TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURE


● Learning Objectives


● Phase D – Technology Architecture: Objectives, Approach, Inputs, and Steps


● Artifacts in Technology Architecture Phase


● Technical Reference Model


● Summary


MODULE 10 : TRANSITION PLANNING


● Learning Objectives


● Phase E — Opportunities and Solutions


● Phase F — Migration Planning


● Transition Architecture and Migration Planning Techniques


● Activity: Group Exercise


● Activity: Group Exercise


● Summary


MODULE 11 : IMPLEMENTATION GOVERNANCE AND ARCHITECTURE CHANGE MANAGEMENT


● Learning Objectives


● Phase G — Implementation Governance


● Phase H — Architecture Change Management


● Activity: Group Exercise


● Architecture Board


● Architecture Compliance


● Architecture Conformance


● Activity: Debate and Defend


● Architecture Governance


● Architecture Contracts


● Summary


MODULE 12 : ENTERPRISE SECURITY ARCHITECTURE


● The Open Group Guide: Integrating Risk and Security Within a TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture


● Learning Objectives


● Introducing Security Architecture


● Activity: Picture Quiz


● Activity: Brainstorming


● Summary


MODULE 13 : ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION AND SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE


● TOGAF® Series Guide


● Learning Objectives


● Boundaryless Information Flow™


● Interoperability Requirements


● Activity: Presentation


● Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model


● Activity: Discussion


● Service Oriented Architecture


● Summary


MODULE 14: ARCHITECTURE CAPABILITY FRAMEWORK


● Learning Objectives


● Architecture Skills Framework


● Activity: Group Exercise


● Skills for Enterprise Architecture Team


● Building Architecture Capability


● Activity: Group Exercise


● Activity: Case Study Discussion


● Activity: Case Study Discussion 2


● Summary


EXAM PREPARATION GUIDE


● Learning Objectives


● Value of Certification


● Types of TOGAF Certification


● Examination Format


● Useful Tips for Taking the Exam


● Frequently Asked Questions


Learning Goals:


At the end of this course, you will be able to:


● Explain the features of the TOGAF® Standard and its methodology.


● Apply the Architecture Development Method (ADM) and the guidelines and techniques supporting it.


● Understand how to apply Architecture Governance in development of an Enterprise Architecture.


● Interpret the reference models and architecture function in the TOGAF.


● Prepare for TOGAF 9 Practitioner (Level 2) certification examination.


Course Agenda:


Day 1


Module 1 – Course Introduction – 30 Min


Module 2 – The Architecture Development Method – 100 Min


Module 3 – Enterprise Continuum and Architecture Repository – 60 Min


Module 4 – Architecture Content Framework – 60 Min


Module 5 – Preliminary Phase and Requirements Management – 90 Min


Module 6 – Architecture Vision – 90 Min


Day 2


Module 7 – Business Architecture – 75 Min


Module 8 – Information Systems Architecture – 100 Min


Module 9 – Technology Architecture – 100 Min


Module 10 – Transition Planning – 120 Min


Day 3


Module 11 – Implementation Governance and Architecture Change Management – 90 Min


Module 12 – Enterprise Security Architecture – 30 Min


Module 13 – Enterprise Integration and Service Oriented Architecture – 90 Min


Module 14 – Architecture Capability Framework – 90 Min


Exam Preparation Guide – 60


Who can Attend?


● Individuals who require a deeper understanding of TOGAF 9. These include System Integrators, Operational, Business and IT Developers, CIOs and IT Managers, Program and Project Leaders, IT Specialists, Architects


● Professionals who are working in an organization where TOGAF 9 has been adopted and who need to participate in architecture projects and initiatives


● Architects who will be responsible for developing architecture artifacts


● Architects who wish to introduce TOGAF 9 into an architecture practice


● Architects who want to achieve a recognized qualification to demonstrate their detailed knowledge of TOGAF 9