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Enterprise Architecture Essentials
Enterprise Architecture Essentials
Enterprise Architecture Essentials – you’ll discover proven development methods to help you develop an IT architecture that meets the needs of your business.
During the last 20 years, organizations worldwide have spent billions of dollars and expended centuries of human effort on information technology (IT).
The results delivered by a majority of these IT projects are less than expected—and in many instances significantly less than needed.
This occurs in spite of the increased technical understanding of business managers, business process re-engineering or other organizational “fixes,” or implementation of the latest technology.
Enterprise architecture (EA) is defined as the organizational logic for business processes and IT infrastructure.
Enterprise architecture is a fundamental part of business planning, for small startups as well as for large, well-established corporations.
In this course, you will find a large body of knowledge compressed into digestible and compelling modules aimed toward practical use.
Designed for both existing and aspiring Enterprise Architects or for those that want to deepen their understanding of the discipline, the Enterprise Architecture Essentials course is an interactive learning experience to generate a deeper understanding of Enterprise Architecture concepts and techniques and how to apply them practically to effect successful business change.
The course delivers an interactive and dynamic learning experience by combining theory, practicals and working examples of enterprise architecture concepts and techniques.
The course content also includes thought-provoking discussions based on actual applications of enterprise architecture artifacts in a corporate context and how they have enabled business strategy.
Enterprise architecture is a crucial component of developing various types of business strategies.
This can range from creating compliance rules for employees within a company to developing rules and methods for dealing with customers and working with clients.
This course is officially accredited by The Open Group.
You might be interested in TOGAF course as a next step.
- COURSE TYPE Practitioner
- COURSE NUMBER
- DURATION 2 days
- COURSE ACCREDITED BY The Open Group
YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO
At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to:
*Understand the promise of Enterprise Architecture and how it can be applied to any organizational context;
*Articulate the value of Enterprise Architecture to both business representatives and technologists;
*Understand the difference between Enterprise Architecture and Solution Architecture;
*Value Enterprise Architecture as a business enabler, not a business driver;
*Undertake Business Capability Modelling and demonstrate its value;
*Define a solution roadmap for an organization’s solutions;
*Understand the critical success factors for BPM/SOA.
IMPORTANT COURSE INFORMATION
At the end of the course, there will be a multiple-choice exam of straight-forward questions based upon the content covered during the session.
A pass mark of 50%, in addition to a perfect attendance record and active participation during the course sessions, is required to be awarded the Certificate of Completion from Strategic Axis.
This course is also approved for The Open Group recertification credits.
Module 1: If Enterprise Architecture is the answer – What is the Question?
An introduction to Enterprise Architecture
A short history of Enterprise Architecture
Enterprise Architecture as Strategy
Module 2: Back to basics – the underlying concepts of Enterprise Architecture
Generalised Enterprise Reference Architecture and Methodology (GERAM)
Module 3: Enterprise Architecture Frameworks
The Zachman Framework
The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF)
Pragmatic Enterprise Architecture Framework (PEAF)
Business Architecture Body of Knowledge (BIZBOK)
Module 4: Establishing an Enterprise Architecture Practice
How to establish an EA practice using TOGAF 9.1 as a reference guide
Aligning your EA practice with your business operating model
Creating an EA approach using the TOGAF 9.1 Architecture Development Method (ADM)
Module 5: Operating an Enterprise Architecture Practice
Enterprise Architecture Governance 101
Integrating the EA approach with Business Planning
Incorporating the EA approach with Project Delivery
Combining the EA approach with Solution Development
Integrating the EA approach with Strategic Sourcing
Module 6: Enterprise Architecture Modelling Basics
Enterprise Architecture Meta-model basics
Modeling Standards & Notations
OMG standards – BMM, BPMN, UML
IDEF standards – IDEF0, IDEF1X, IDEF3
Open Group Standards – ArchiMate
Module 7: How to model the Enterprise
Modeling Strategic Concepts
Modelling Business Concepts
Modeling Information System Concepts
Sketching Infrastructure Concepts
Module 8: Managing the Enterprise Architecture Repository
Overview of Architecture Repository tools
Strategies for repository deployments
Structuring the repository
In The Classroom
Private Team Training
Indiviual Private Session
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