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TOGAF 9 Training (Combined Level 1 & 2)

Course Description

TOGAF 9.2 certification training helps you master the terminology, structure, and concepts of TOGAF 9 – the global framework for enterprise IT architecture. This TOGAF certification training course will demonstrate to employers your level of professionalism in architecture principles and processes.

TOGAF Course Overview

Simplilearn’s TOGAF 9.2 training is designed to meet the Open Group’s requirements and give you all the tools to pass the exam. You’ll learn the process-oriented approach for architecture development and how to provide strategic context to IT projects allowing you to make successful operational plans and informed business decisions.

TOGAF Training Key Features

  • Exam Pass Guarantee
  • 100% Money-Back Guarantee
  • 54 hours of blended learning
  • TOGAF word puzzle and reference card
  • Open Group accredited course- Free exam retake*
  • 134 end-of-chapter quizzes and two practice tests
  • Exam fee included

Skills Covered

  • Core concepts of TOGAF
  • Details of architecture governance
  • Adapting ADM architecture
  • Architecture maturity models
  • Architecture skills framework

Benefits

As a TOGAF certified professional, you’ll act as a “simplifier” who can uncomplicate complex technical processes. The framework provides a standard architecture development process and common definitions of components and deliverables needed to architect an enterprise.

TOGAF Course Curriculum

Eligibility

The TOGAF 9 certification is ideal for anyone looking to excel in IT at an organization that values seamless information flow across enterprises. It is best suited for enterprise architecture professionals, business architects, IT architects, and Individuals who require a deeper understanding of TOGAF 9 methodology.

Pre-requisites

There are no prerequisites for taking this TOGAF certification training course.

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Course Syllabus

Course Content

TOGAF 9 Foundation Training

L1 00 – TOGAF-V92-M0-Course-Intro09:53

  • 00.01 Standard Courseware Version 9.2 Edition00:16
  • 00.04 TOGAF 9 Certification Levels00:36
  • 00.05 TOGAF 9 Foundation Training00:45
  • 00.06 TOGAF 9 Certified Training00:38
  • 00.07 TOGAF 9 Certification Levels00:12
  • 00.08 Paths to Certification00:37
  • 00.09 Prerequisite Knowledge00:22
  • 00.10 Course Objectives00:28
  • 00.11 Target Audience Objectives01:12
  • 00.12 TOGAF 9 Foundation Training Applicable Modules00:36
  • 00.13 TOGAF 9 Certified Training Applicable Modules00:23
  • 00.14 TOGAF 9 Certified Course Content Part100:27
  • 00.15 Course Content Part200:31
  • 00.16 Course Content Part 300:30
  • 00.17 Course Content Part400:16
  • 00.18 Course Content Part500:12
  • 00.19 TOGAF 9 Foundation to TOGAF 9 Certified Upgrade01:45
  • 00.20-Thank you00:07

L1 01 – TOGAF V92 M1 Management Overview32:29

  • 1.01 Management Overview00:13
  • 1.02 Module Objectives00:30
  • 1.03 Agenda00:03
  • 1.04 About The Open Group00:22
  • 1.05 The Open Group Vision00:31
  • 1.06 The Open Group Mission00:38
  • 1.07 Agenda00:03
  • 1.08 Architecture Forum-Mission00:38
  • 1.09 Agenda00:03
  • 1.10 What is an Enterprise01:00
  • 1.11 What is an Architecture00:26
  • 1.12 What is Enterprise Architecture00:32
  • 1.13 Architecture Types00:19
  • 1.14 Why Enterprise Architecture02:19
  • 1.15 Pressure to Develop Enterprise Architecture00:43
  • 1.16 Business Benefits of Enterprise Architecture00:41
  • 1.17 The Importance of Governance00:24
  • 1.18 What do we mean by Governance00:08
  • 1.19 Agenda00:03
  • 1.20 What Is an Architecture Framework00:38
  • 1.21 The Value of a Framework00:26
  • 1.22 Architecture Development Method00:51
  • 1.23 Agenda00:04
  • 1.24 TOGAF Origins00:28
  • 1.25 Member End User Driven01:47
  • 1.26 TOGAF Scope00:33
  • 1.27 TOGAF Long-term Goals00:47
  • 1.28 Structure of the Standard00:46
  • 1.29 The TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Table of Contents00:20
  • 1.30 TOGAF Components01:08
  • 1.31 TOGAF Capability Framework01:24
  • 1.32 ADM – Basic Principles01:08
  • 1.33 Preliminary Phase00:32
  • 1.34 Phase A Architecture Vision00:36
  • 1.35 Phase B Business Architecture00:45
  • 1.36 Business Architecture – Contents00:20
  • 1.37 Business Architecture – Steps00:36
  • 1.38 Phase C Information Systems Architectures00:29
  • 1.39 Data or Applications first00:50
  • 1.40 Phase D Technology Architecture00:37
  • 1.41 Phase E Opportunities and Solutions01:13
  • 1.42 Phase F Migration Planning00:30
  • 1.43 Phase G Implementation Governance00:48
  • 1.44 Phase H Architecture Change Management00:42
  • 1.45 Agenda00:03
  • 1.46 The TOGAF Library00:16
  • 1.47 TOGAF Library – Overview00:18
  • 1.48 TOGAF Library – Structure01:04
  • 1.49 Agenda00:03
  • 1.50 TOGAF Certification00:34
  • 1.51 TOGAF Foundation Target Audience00:36
  • 1.52 TOGAF Certified Target Audience00:35
  • 1.53 Agenda00:02
  • 1.54 Summary00:59
  • 1.55 Conclusion00:05

L1 02 – TOGAF V92 M2 TOGAF 9 Framework Components15:08

  • 2.01 TOGAF 9 Framework Components00:18
  • 2.02 Module Objectives00:51
  • 2.03 Key Components of the TOGAF Framework00:50
  • 2.04 The TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Table of Contents00:06
  • 2.05 The Architecture Development Method00:50
  • 2.06 ADM Guidelines and Techniques00:56
  • 2.07 Applying Iteration to the ADM00:37
  • 2.08 Applying the ADM Across the Architecture Landscape00:21
  • 2.09 Categories of Stakeholder00:20
  • 2.10 Architecture Content Framework00:53
  • 2.11 Deliverables Artifacts and Building Blocks01:29
  • 2.12 Full Content Metamodel with Relationships00:07
  • 2.13 The Enterprise Continuum00:57
  • 2.14 Architecture Repository00:50
  • 2.15 Establishing the Architecture Capability as an Operational Entity01:06
  • 2.16 The TOGAF Library00:28
  • 2.17 TOGAF Referenc Models00:38
  • 2.18 High Level TRM00:37
  • 2.19 Detailed TRM00:16
  • 2.20 Boundaryless Information Flow00:33
  • 2.21 The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model00:32
  • 2.22 Summary01:17
  • 2.23 Conclusion00:16
  • Knowledge Check

L1 03 – TOGAF V92 M3 Intro ADM19:48

  • 3.01 Introduction to the Architecture Development Method ADM00:25
  • 3.02 Module Objectives00:36
  • 3.03 What Is the TOGAF ADM01:14
  • 3.04 Architecture Development Method – Process01:38
  • 3.05 Relationship to other Parts of the TOGAF Standard00:42
  • 3.06 ADM Phases03:11
  • 3.07 Architecture Forum – Mission00:44
  • 3.08 ADM Inputs and Outputs00:51
  • 3.09 Adapting the ADM01:58
  • 3.10 Governing the ADM00:56
  • 3.11 Governance Repository02:05
  • 3.12 Reasons to constrain the Scope of Architectural Activity01:18
  • 3.13 Scoping the Architecture Activity02:39
  • 3.14 Architecture Integration00:56
  • 3.15 Summary00:22
  • 3.16 Conclusion00:13
  • Knowledge Check

L1 04 – TOGAF V92 M4 Enterprise Continuum27:58

  • 4.01 The Enterprise Continuum and Tools00:19
  • 4.02 Module Objectives00:29
  • 4.03 Definition of Continuum00:15
  • 4.04 Roadmap00:12
  • 4.05 The TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Components00:12
  • 4.06 Overview02:54
  • 4.07 Architecture Reuse01:50
  • 4.08 Enterprise Continuum Constituents01:27
  • 4.09 The Architecture Continuum05:22
  • 4.10 The Solutions Continuum06:56
  • 4.11 The Enterprise Continuum02:26
  • 4.12 The need for Tools00:32
  • 4.13 Tools can model the Enterprise Architecture00:44
  • 4.14 Issues in Tools Standardization02:00
  • 4.15 Summary02:02
  • 4.16 Conclusion00:18
  • Knowledge Check

L1 05 – TOGAF V92 M5 Architecture Repository22:20

  • 5.01 Architecture Repository00:33
  • 5.02 Module Objectives00:15
  • 5.03 Purpose01:17
  • 5.04 Architecture Repository03:07
  • 5.05 Architecture Landscape01:36
  • 5.06 Reference Library01:20
  • 5.07 Standards Information Base04:06
  • 5.08 Standards Classification01:31
  • 5.09 Governance Log00:54
  • 5.10 Governance Log Contents02:56
  • 5.11 Architecture Requirements Repository00:45
  • 5.12 Solutions Landscape01:04
  • 5.13 Relationship to other Parts of the TOGAF Standard00:18
  • 5.14 Summary01:16
  • 5.15 Exercise01:10
  • 5.16 Conclusion00:12

L1 06 – TOGAF V92 M9 Architecture Governance42:57

  • 9.01 Architecture Governance00:23
  • 9.02 Module Objectives00:26
  • 9.03 Introduction to Governance01:01
  • 9.04 Governance – Basic Principles00:38
  • 9.05 Governance and the ADM02:22
  • 9.06 Nature of Governance02:51
  • 9.07 Levels of Governance00:58
  • 9.08 An IT Governance Framework – COBIT01:38
  • 9.09 TOGAF Architecture Governance Framework01:20
  • 9.10 Conceptual Structure01:12
  • 9.11 Architecture Governance Framework – Conceptual Structure00:56
  • 9.12 Conceptual Structure00:12
  • 9.13 Organizational Structure03:40
  • 9.14 Benefits of Architecture Govenance00:53
  • 9.15 Architecture Governance in Practice01:29
  • 9.16 Architecture Board01:42
  • 9.17 Architecture Board Value00:25
  • 9.18 Architecture Board Responsibilities02:03
  • 9.19 Architecture Board Operations00:27
  • 9.20 Architecture Contracts02:20
  • 9.21 Architecture Contracts and the ADM02:44
  • 9.22 Architecture Compliance Terminology02:01
  • 9.23 Architecture Compliance01:27
  • 9.24 Architecture Compliance Reviews03:34
  • 9.25 Architecture Compliance Review Process02:26
  • 9.26 Establishing an Architecture Capability02:47
  • 9.27 Summary00:50
  • 9.28 Conclusion00:12
  • Knowledge Check

L1 07 – TOGAF V92 M12 Architechture Views and Viewpoints32:03

  • 12.01 Architecture Views and Viewspoints00:17
  • 12.02 Module Objectives00:50
  • 12.03 Concepts and Definitions00:50
  • 12.04 System01:23
  • 12.05 Stakeholders00:37
  • 12.06 Concerns01:59
  • 12.07 Architecture Viewpoint synonym Viewpoint02:56
  • 12.08 Architecture Views and Viewpoints01:04
  • 12.09 What is an Architecture View01:19
  • 12.10 A Simple Example of an Architecture Viewpoint00:58
  • 12.11 A Simple Example of an Architecture View01:17
  • 12.12 Developing Architecture Views in the ADM01:19
  • 12.13 Exercise Views and Viewpoints for a Simple Airport System02:07
  • 12.14 The Architecture View Creation Process01:20
  • 12.15 Benefits01:02
  • 12.16 The Architecture View Creation Process Contd00:52
  • 12.17 Using TOGAF Artifacts01:38
  • 12.18 Catalogs01:45
  • 12.19 Matrices00:35
  • 12.20 Stakeholder Map Matrix02:09
  • 12.21 Diagrams00:19
  • 12.22 Example Business Footprint Diagram01:52
  • 12.23 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts00:21
  • 12.24 Summary01:58
  • 12.25 Exercise01:05
  • 12.26 Conclusion00:11
  • Knowledge Check

L1 08 – TOGAF V92 M13 Building Blocks16:10

  • 13.01 Building Blocks01:04
  • 13.02 Module Objectives00:19
  • 13.03 Building Block Characteristics00:22
  • 13.04 Building Blocks01:09
  • 13.05 Architecture Building Blocks ABBs00:44
  • 13.06 ABB Specifications00:51
  • 13.07 Solution Building Blocks SBBs00:36
  • 13.08 SBB Specifications01:03
  • 13.09 Building Blocks and the ADM01:47
  • 13.10 Building Block Design00:54
  • 13.11 Requirements Management06:25
  • 13.12 Architecture Patterns00:47
  • 13.13 Conclusion00:09
  • Knowledge Check

L1 09 – TOGAF V92 F6 ADM Phases Level 156:21

  • F6.01 ADM Phases Level 100:31
  • F6.02 Module Objectives00:14
  • F6.03 Preliminary Phase00:28
  • F6.04 Objectives in detail01:46
  • F6.05 Approach03:05
  • F6.06 Phase A Architecture Vision00:23
  • F6.07 Objectives00:23
  • F6.08 Approach01:25
  • F6.09 Business Scenarios00:53
  • F6.10 What is a Business Scenario01:04
  • F6.11 Roadmap00:24
  • F6.12 Business Scenarios and the ADM00:45
  • F6.13 Phase B Business Architecture00:36
  • F6.14 Objectives00:27
  • F6.15 Approach General01:35
  • F6.16 Developing the Baseline Description00:40
  • F6.17 Applying Business Capabilities01:35
  • F6.18 Applying Value Streams01:55
  • F6.19 Mapping Value Streams01:10
  • F6.20 Applying the Organization Map02:11
  • F6.21 Applying Business Modeling00:44
  • F6.22 Using the Architecture Repository00:37
  • F6.23 Phase C Information Systems Architectures00:27
  • F6.24 Data or Applications first01:24
  • F6.25 Information Systems Architectures Objectives01:00
  • F6.26 Approach01:08
  • F6.27 Top-Down Design vs Bottom-up Implementation01:28
  • F6.28 Data-Driven Sequence Implementation00:20
  • F6.29 Architecture Repository00:46
  • F6.30 Considerations for the Data Architecture02:29
  • F6.31 Phase D Technology Architecture00:20
  • F6.32 Objectives00:40
  • F6.33 Approach02:00
  • F6.34 Phase E Opportunities and Solutions00:56
  • F6.35 Objectives00:32
  • F6.36 Approach02:24
  • F6.37 Phase F Migration Planning00:27
  • F6.38 Objectives00:28
  • F6.39 Approach01:00
  • F6.40 Phase G Implementation Governance00:38
  • F6.41 Phase G Objectives00:51
  • F6.42 Approach02:01
  • F6.43 Phase H Architecture Change Management00:38
  • F6.44 Objectives00:17
  • F6.45 Approach01:15
  • F6.46 Exercise Drivers for Architecture Change00:52
  • F6.47 Change Management Process01:48
  • F6.48 Maintenance versus Redesign00:34
  • F6.49 Change Impact Exercise02:17
  • F6.50 ADM Requirements Management01:03
  • F6.51 Objectives00:31
  • F6.52 Approach00:48
  • F6.53 Resources00:38
  • F6.54 Volère Requirements Specification Template01:22
  • F6.55 Conclusion00:08

L1 10 – TOGAF V92 F7 Guidelines and Techniques Level 133:33

  • F7.1 ADM Guidelines and Techniques00:51
  • F7.2 Module Objectives00:48
  • F7.3 Using the TOGAF ADM in the Context of a Specific Architectural Style00:37
  • F7.4 Using the TOGAF ADM in the Context of a Specific Architectural Style03:38
  • F7.5 Guidelines00:21
  • F7.6 Techniques00:25
  • F7.7 Question00:19
  • F7.8 Architecture Principles01:59
  • F7.9 The need for Architecture Principles00:25
  • F7.10 Template01:00
  • F7.11 Example00:55
  • F7.12 Example Self Serve00:30
  • F7.13 What makes a good set of Architecture Principles00:40
  • F7.14 What is a Business Scenario01:18
  • F7.15 What is a good Business Scenario00:49
  • F7.16 The use of Business Scenarios in the ADM00:47
  • F7.17 Gap Analysis00:54
  • F7.18 Example02:20
  • F7.19 Interoperability00:41
  • F7.20 Interoperability and the ADM01:09
  • F7.21 Examples01:23
  • F7.22 The Business Transformation Readiness Assessment01:05
  • F7.23 Business Transformation Readiness and the ADM00:41
  • F7.24 Example01:22
  • F7.25 Risk Management in the ADM02:03
  • F7.26 Example01:48
  • F7.27 Capability based planning01:12
  • F7.28 Capabilities02:31
  • F7.29 Summary00:27
  • F7.30 Exercise00:25
  • F7.31 Conclusion00:10

L1 11 – TOGAF V92 F11 ADM Deliverables Level 107:47

  • F11.01 ADM Deliverables Level 100:13
  • F11.02 Module Objectives00:12
  • F11.03 Roadmap00:14
  • F11.04 The role of Architecture Deliverables00:42
  • F11.05 Architecture Deliverables01:01
  • F11.06 Request for Architecture Work00:38
  • F11.07 Statement of Architecture Work00:29
  • F11.08 Architecture Vision00:36
  • F11.09 Communications Plan00:28
  • F11.10 Architecture Definition Document01:36
  • F11.11 Architecture Requirements Document00:50
  • F11.12 Architecture Roadmap00:43
  • F11.13 Conclusion00:05

L1 12 – TOGAF V92 F12 Reference Models17:57

  • F12.01 TOGAF Reference Models00:13
  • F12.02 Module Objectives00:23
  • F12.03 Roadmap00:21
  • F12.04 TOGAF Foundation Architecture01:59
  • F12.05 The Architecture Continuum01:25
  • F12.06 TRM Components00:55
  • F12.07 Summary of the TRM01:10
  • F12.08 A common problem01:12
  • F12.09 Customer problem statement02:29
  • F12.10 A Shared Vision00:30
  • F12.11 How Important01:45
  • F12.12 Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model00:26
  • F12.13 The Architecture Continuum00:23
  • F12.14 TOGAF TRM Orientations00:56
  • F12.15 Boundaryless Information Flow Focus00:38
  • F12.16 Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model – High-level Model02:09
  • F12.17 Components of the III-RM00:29
  • F12.18 Summary of the III-RM00:28
  • F12.19 Conclusion00:06
  • Knowledge Check

L1 13 – TOGAF V92 F13 Certification10:15

  • F13.01 The TOGAF Certification for People Program00:18
  • F13.02 Module Objectives00:28
  • F13.03 TOGAF Certification for People00:44
  • F13.04 TOGAF 9 Certification Levels00:45
  • F13.05 Level 1 – TOGAF 9 Foundation Target Audience00:28
  • F13.06 Level 2 – TOGAF 9 Certified Target Audience00:40
  • F13.07 Paths to Certification00:50
  • F13.08 Components00:35
  • F13.09 Level 1 Learning Units00:31
  • F13.10 Level 2 Learning Units01:21
  • F13.11 Level 1 Exam Requirements00:28
  • F13.12 Level 2 Exam Requirements00:35
  • F13.13 Level 2 Stepwise Development00:31
  • F13.14 Level 2 Direct00:53
  • F13.15 Combined Part 1 and 2 Examination00:29
  • F13.16 Certification00:31
  • F13.17 Conclusion00:08

 

TOGAF 9 Certified Training

L2 00 – TOGAF-V92-M0-Course-Intro09:53

  • 00.01 Standard Courseware Version 9.2 Edition00:16
  • 00.04 TOGAF 9 Certification Levels00:36
  • 00.05 TOGAF 9 Foundation Training00:45
  • 00.06 TOGAF 9 Certified Training00:38
  • 00.07 TOGAF 9 Certification Levels00:12
  • 00.08 Paths to Certification00:37
  • 00.09 Prerequisite Knowledge00:22
  • 00.10 Course Objectives00:28
  • 00.11 Target Audience Objectives01:12
  • 00.12 TOGAF 9 Foundation Training Applicable Modules00:36
  • 00.13 TOGAF 9 Certified Training Applicable Modules00:23
  • 00.14 TOGAF 9 Certified Course Content Part100:27
  • 00.15 Course Content Part200:31
  • 00.16 Course Content Part 300:30
  • 00.17 Course Content Part400:16
  • 00.18 Course Content Part500:12
  • 00.19 TOGAF 9 Foundation to TOGAF 9 Certified Upgrade01:45
  • 00.20-Thank you00:07

L2 01 – TOGAF V92 M1 Management Overview32:29

  • 1.01 Management Overview00:13
  • 1.02 Module Objectives00:30
  • 1.03 Agenda00:03
  • 1.04 About The Open Group00:22
  • 1.05 The Open Group Vision00:31
  • 1.06 The Open Group Mission00:38
  • 1.07 Agenda00:03
  • 1.08 Architecture Forum-Mission00:38
  • 1.09 Agenda00:03
  • 1.10 What is an Enterprise01:00
  • 1.11 What is an Architecture00:26
  • 1.12 What is Enterprise Architecture00:32
  • 1.13 Architecture Types00:19
  • 1.14 Why Enterprise Architecture02:19
  • 1.15 Pressure to Develop Enterprise Architecture00:43
  • 1.16 Business Benefits of Enterprise Architecture00:41
  • 1.17 The Importance of Governance00:24
  • 1.18 What do we mean by Governance00:08
  • 1.19 Agenda00:03
  • 1.20 What Is an Architecture Framework00:38
  • 1.21 The Value of a Framework00:26
  • 1.22 Architecture Development Method00:51
  • 1.23 Agenda00:04
  • 1.24 TOGAF Origins00:28
  • 1.25 Member End User Driven01:47
  • 1.26 TOGAF Scope00:33
  • 1.27 TOGAF Long-term Goals00:47
  • 1.28 Structure of the Standard00:46
  • 1.29 The TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Table of Contents00:20
  • 1.30 TOGAF Components01:08
  • 1.31 TOGAF Capability Framework01:24
  • 1.32 ADM – Basic Principles01:08
  • 1.33 Preliminary Phase00:32
  • 1.34 Phase A Architecture Vision00:36
  • 1.35 Phase B Business Architecture00:45
  • 1.36 Business Architecture – Contents00:20
  • 1.37 Business Architecture – Steps00:36
  • 1.38 Phase C Information Systems Architectures00:29
  • 1.39 Data or Applications first00:50
  • 1.40 Phase D Technology Architecture00:37
  • 1.41 Phase E Opportunities and Solutions01:13
  • 1.42 Phase F Migration Planning00:30
  • 1.43 Phase G Implementation Governance00:48
  • 1.44 Phase H Architecture Change Management00:42
  • 1.45 Agenda00:03
  • 1.46 The TOGAF Library00:16
  • 1.47 TOGAF Library – Overview00:18
  • 1.48 TOGAF Library – Structure01:04
  • 1.49 Agenda00:03
  • 1.50 TOGAF Certification00:34
  • 1.51 TOGAF Foundation Target Audience00:36
  • 1.52 TOGAF Certified Target Audience00:35
  • 1.53 Agenda00:02
  • 1.54 Summary00:59
  • 1.55 Conclusion00:05

L2 02 – TOGAF V92 M2 TOGAF 9 Framework Components14:52

  • 2.01 TOGAF 9 Framework Components00:18
  • 2.02 Module Objectives00:51
  • 2.03 Key Components of the TOGAF Framework00:50
  • 2.04 The TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Table of Contents00:06
  • 2.05 The Architecture Development Method00:44
  • 2.06 ADM Guidelines and Techniques00:56
  • 2.07 Applying Iteration to the ADM00:37
  • 2.08 Applying the ADM Across the Architecture Landscape00:21
  • 2.09 Categories of Stakeholder00:20
  • 2.10 Architecture Content Framework00:53
  • 2.11 Deliverables Artifacts and Building Blocks01:29
  • 2.12 Full Content Metamodel with Relationships00:07
  • 2.13 The Enterprise Continuum00:57
  • 2.14 Architecture Repository00:50
  • 2.15 Establishing the Architecture Capability as an Operational Entity01:06
  • 2.16 The TOGAF Library00:18
  • 2.17 TOGAF Reference Models00:38
  • 2.18 High Level TRM00:37
  • 2.19 Detailed TRM00:16
  • 2.20 Boundaryless Information Flow00:33
  • 2.21 The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model00:32
  • 2.22 Summary01:17
  • 2.23 Conclusion00:16
  • Knowledge Check

L2 03 – TOGAF V92 M3 Intro ADM19:48

  • 3.01 Introduction to the Architecture Development Method ADM00:25
  • 3.02 Module Objectives00:36
  • 3.03 What Is the TOGAF ADM01:14
  • 3.04 Architecture Development Method – Process01:38
  • 3.05 Relationship to other Parts of the TOGAF Standard00:42
  • 3.06 ADM Phases03:11
  • 3.07 Architecture Forum – Mission00:44
  • 3.08 ADM Inputs and Outputs00:51
  • 3.09 Adapting the ADM01:58
  • 3.10 Governing the ADM00:56
  • 3.11 Governance Repository02:05
  • 3.12 Reasons to constrain the Scope of Architectural Activity01:18
  • 3.13 Scoping the Architecture Activity02:39
  • 3.14 Architecture Integration00:56
  • 3.15 Summary00:22
  • 3.16 Conclusion00:13
  • Knowledge Check

L2 04 – TOGAF V92 M4 Enterprise Continuum27:58

  • 4.01 The Enterprise Continuum and Tools00:19
  • 4.02 Module Objectives00:29
  • 4.03 Definition of Continuum00:15
  • 4.04 Roadmap00:12
  • 4.05 The TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Components00:12
  • 4.06 Overview02:54
  • 4.07 Architecture Reuse01:50
  • 4.08 Enterprise Continuum Constituents01:27
  • 4.09 The Architecture Continuum05:22
  • 4.10 The Solutions Continuum06:56
  • 4.11 The Enterprise Continuum02:26
  • 4.12 The need for Tools00:32
  • 4.13 Tools can model the Enterprise Architecture00:44
  • 4.14 Issues in Tools Standardization02:00
  • 4.15 Summary02:02
  • 4.16 Conclusion00:18
  • Knowledge Check

L2 05 – TOGAF V92 M5 Architecture Repository22:20

  • 5.01 Architecture Repository00:33
  • 5.02 Module Objectives00:15
  • 5.03 Purpose01:17
  • 5.04 Architecture Repository03:07
  • 5.05 Architecture Landscape01:36
  • 5.06 Reference Library01:20
  • 5.07 Standards Information Base04:06
  • 5.08 Standards Classification01:31
  • 5.09 Governance Log00:54
  • 5.10 Governance Log Contents02:56
  • 5.11 Architecture Requirements Repository00:45
  • 5.12 Solutions Landscape01:04
  • 5.13 Relationship to other Parts of the TOGAF Standard00:18
  • 5.14 Summary01:16
  • 5.15 Exercise01:10
  • 5.16 Conclusion00:12

L2 06 – TOGAF V92 M9 Architecture Governance42:57

  • 9.01 Architecture Governance00:23
  • 9.02 Module Objectives00:26
  • 9.03 Introduction to Governance01:01
  • 9.04 Governance – Basic Principles00:38
  • 9.05 Governance and the ADM02:22
  • 9.06 Nature of Governance02:51
  • 9.07 Levels of Governance00:58
  • 9.08 An IT Governance Framework – COBIT01:38
  • 9.09 TOGAF Architecture Governance Framework01:20
  • 9.10 Conceptual Structure01:12
  • 9.11 Architecture Governance Framework – Conceptual Structure00:56
  • 9.12 Conceptual Structure00:12
  • 9.13 Organizational Structure03:40
  • 9.14 Benefits of Architecture Govenance00:53
  • 9.15 Architecture Governance in Practice01:29
  • 9.16 Architecture Board01:42
  • 9.17 Architecture Board Value00:25
  • 9.18 Architecture Board Responsibilities02:03
  • 9.19 Architecture Board Operations00:27
  • 9.20 Architecture Contracts02:20
  • 9.21 Architecture Contracts and the ADM02:44
  • 9.22 Architecture Compliance Terminology02:01
  • 9.23 Architecture Compliance01:27
  • 9.24 Architecture Compliance Reviews03:34
  • 9.25 Architecture Compliance Review Process02:26
  • 9.26 Establishing an Architecture Capability02:47
  • 9.27 Summary00:50
  • 9.28 Conclusion00:12
  • Knowledge Check

L2 07 – TOGAF V92 M6 Architecture Content Framework15:45

  • 6.01 Architecture Content Framework01:10
  • 6.02 Module Objectives00:20
  • 6.03 Introduction00:29
  • 6.04 Benefits of the Architecture Content Framework00:47
  • 6.05 Overview00:39
  • 6.06 Deliverables Artifacts and Building Blocks00:59
  • 6.07 Relationship between Deliverables Artifacts and Building blocks00:51
  • 6.08 Example – Architecture Definition Document00:33
  • 6.09 Architectural Artifacts00:32
  • 6.10 Content Metamodel01:45
  • 6.11 Content Metamodel Overview01:56
  • 6.12 Mapping the Framework and the ADM04:11
  • 6.13 Content Framework and the TOGAF ADM00:37
  • 6.14 Summary00:30
  • 6.15 Exercise00:16
  • 6.16 Conclusion00:10

L2 08 – TOGAF V92 M7 Metamodel42:03

  • 7.01 TOGAF Content Metamodel00:41
  • 7.02 Module Objectives00:22
  • 7.03 What is a metamodel00:35
  • 7.04 Why a metamodel00:45
  • 7.05 Benefits of the Metamodel00:15
  • 7.06 Formal and Informal Modeling02:06
  • 7.07 Core Content Metamodel Concepts00:29
  • 7.08 Core and Extension Content00:54
  • 7.09 TOGAF Content Metamodel and its Extensions01:18
  • 7.10 Core Metamodel Entities02:40
  • 7.11 Core Entities and their Relationships03:28
  • 7.12 Stakeholder Needs00:33
  • 7.13 The Content Metamodel00:44
  • 7.14 Content Metamodel Simplified01:43
  • 7.15 Content Metamodel Detailed05:11
  • 7.16 Core Content Metamodel00:26
  • 7.17 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Core Artifacts00:30
  • 7.18 Full Content Metamodel00:18
  • 7.19 Full Content Metamodel with Relationships00:14
  • 7.20 Full Content Metamodel Artifacts00:11
  • 7.21 Metamodel Extensions00:14
  • 7.22 Governance Extension03:40
  • 7.23 Services Extension02:26
  • 7.24 Process Modeling Extension02:38
  • 7.25 Data Extension02:49
  • 7.26 Infrastructure Consolidation Extension03:20
  • 7.27 Motivation Extension02:11
  • 7.28 Summary00:25
  • 7.29 Exercise00:45
  • 7.30 Conclusion00:12

L2 09 – TOGAF V92 M12 Architechture Views and Viewpoints32:03

  • 12.01 Architecture Views and Viewspoints00:17
  • 12.02 Module Objectives00:50
  • 12.03 Concepts and Definitions00:50
  • 12.04 System01:23
  • 12.05 Stakeholders00:37
  • 12.06 Concerns01:59
  • 12.07 Architecture Viewpoint synonym Viewpoint02:56
  • 12.08 Architecture Views and Viewpoints01:04
  • 12.09 What is an Architecture View01:19
  • 12.10 A Simple Example of an Architecture Viewpoint00:58
  • 12.11 A Simple Example of an Architecture View01:17
  • 12.12 Developing Architecture Views in the ADM01:19
  • 12.13 Exercise Views and Viewpoints for a Simple Airport System02:07
  • 12.14 The Architecture View Creation Process01:20
  • 12.15 Benefits01:02
  • 12.16 The Architecture View Creation Process Contd00:52
  • 12.17 Using TOGAF Artifacts01:38
  • 12.18 Catalogs01:45
  • 12.19 Matrices00:35
  • 12.20 Stakeholder Map Matrix02:09
  • 12.21 Diagrams00:19
  • 12.22 Example Business Footprint Diagram01:52
  • 12.23 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts00:21
  • 12.24 Summary01:58
  • 12.25 Exercise01:05
  • 12.26 Conclusion00:11
  • Knowledge Check

L2 10 – TOGAF V92 M13 Building Blocks16:10

  • 13.01 Building Blocks01:04
  • 13.02 Module Objectives00:19
  • 13.03 Building Block Characteristics00:22
  • 13.04 Building Blocks01:09
  • 13.05 Architecture Building Blocks ABBs00:44
  • 13.06 ABB Specifications00:51
  • 13.07 Solution Building Blocks SBBs00:36
  • 13.08 SBB Specifications01:03
  • 13.09 Building Blocks and the ADM01:47
  • 13.10 Building Block Design00:54
  • 13.11 Requirements Management06:25
  • 13.12 Architecture Patterns00:47
  • 13.13 Conclusion00:09
  • Knowledge Check

L2 11 – TOGAF V92 M8 Preliminary Phase42:21

  • 8.01 Preliminary Phase00:43
  • 8.02 Module Objectives00:52
  • 8.03 Preliminary Phase Objectives in detail01:05
  • 8.04 Approach03:35
  • 8.05 Preliminary Phase Main inputs02:15
  • 8.06 Steps01:00
  • 8.07 1 Scope the enterprise organizations impacted00:57
  • 8.08 2 Confirm governance and support frameworks01:00
  • 8.09 3 Define the team and organization01:03
  • 8.10 4 Identify and establish Architecture Principles01:47
  • 8.11 Defining Architecture Principles00:35
  • 8.12 TOGAF Template for Principles02:30
  • 8.13 An Example Statement of Principles02:31
  • 8.14 Example Primacy of Principles01:06
  • 8.15 Example Self-Serve00:51
  • 8.16 Five Qualities of Principles02:19
  • 8.17 Principles and the Metamodel00:32
  • 8.18 5 Tailor the TOGAF framework and if any other Selected Architecture
  • Frameworks01:00
  • 8.19 Terminology Tailoring01:03
  • 8.20 Process Tailoring01:10
  • 8.21 Content Tailoring01:50
  • 8.22 General Entities01:00
  • 8.23 6 Develop Strategy and Implementation Plans for Tools and Techniques01:03
  • 8.24 Preliminary Phase Outputs00:32
  • 8.25 Summary03:22
  • 8.26 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts05:22
  • 8.27 Catalogs00:47
  • 8.28 Exercises00:19
  • 8.29 Conclusion00:12
  • Knowledge Check

L2 12 – TOGAF V92 M10 Business Scenarios19:34

  • 10.01 Business Scenarios00:26
  • 10.02 Module Objectives00:19
  • 10.03 Roadmap00:25
  • 10.04 Introduction01:13
  • 10.05 What is a Business Scenario01:07
  • 10.06 Business Scenarios00:17
  • 10.07 Business Scenarios and the ADM00:47
  • 10.08 What is a Good Business Scenario00:53
  • 10.09 SMART00:30
  • 10.10 The Benefits of Business Scenarios01:23
  • 10.11 Who Contributes to a Business Scenario01:09
  • 10.12 Developing a Business Scenario01:58
  • 10.13 Getting Business Scenarios Right00:37
  • 10.14 Contents of a Business Scenario00:48
  • 10.15 Template for a Business Scenario01:30
  • 10.16 Exercise01:44
  • 10.17 Some reminders00:46
  • 10.18 Resources00:15
  • 10.19 Summary00:27
  • 10.20 Exercises02:40
  • 10.21 Conclusion00:20

L2 13 – TOGAF V92 M11 Stakeholder Management18:00

  • 11.01 Stakeholder Management00:41
  • 11.02 Module Objectives00:31
  • 11.03 Overview01:16
  • 11.04 Benefits00:33
  • 11.05 Stakeholders00:25
  • 11.06 Stakeholder Management00:36
  • 11.07 Step 1 Identify Stakeholders02:07
  • 11.08 Categories of Stakeholder01:34
  • 11.09 Step 2 Classify Stakeholder Positions02:23
  • 11.10 Step 3 Determine Stakeholder Management Approach02:35
  • 11.11 Step 4 Tailor Engagement Deliverables00:47
  • 11.12 Example Stakeholder Map03:24
  • 11.13 Summary00:22
  • 11.14 Exercise00:41
  • 11.15 Conclusion00:05

L2 14 – TOGAF V92 M14 Implementation Support35:01

  • 14.01 Architecture Implementation Support Techniques01:09
  • 14.02 Module Objectives01:20
  • 14.03 Interoperability00:35
  • 14.04 Interoperability and the ADM01:32
  • 14.05 Examples01:43
  • 14.06 Interoperability requirements and solutions02:14
  • 14.07 Business Transformation Readiness Assessment02:07
  • 14.08 Readiness Factors01:39
  • 14.09 Assess the Readiness Factors03:26
  • 14.10 Readiness Factor Rating01:50
  • 14.11 Capability based planning00:59
  • 14.12 Readiness Factor Risks and Actions01:20
  • 14.13 Risk Management00:38
  • 14.14 Risk Management in the ADM02:02
  • 14.15 Initial risk assessment02:13
  • 14.16 Risk Classification Scheme01:23
  • 14.17 Risk Identification and Mitigation Worksheet01:21
  • 14.18 Capabilities01:54
  • 14.19 Capability based planning04:11
  • 14.20 Summary00:28
  • 14.21 Exercise00:41
  • 14.22 Conclusion00:16

L2 15 – TOGAF V92 M15 Phase A37:45

  • 15.01 Phase A Architecture vision00:22
  • 15.02 Module Objectives00:33
  • 15.03 Architecture Vision – Objectives00:33
  • 15.04 Approach03:41
  • 15.05 PhaseA inputs01:30
  • 15.06 Request for Architecture Work01:04
  • 15.07 Steps01:04
  • 15.08 Step1 Establish the architecture project00:33
  • 15.09 Step 2 Identify stakeholders concerns and business requirements01:04
  • 15.10 Stakeholder Map04:15
  • 15.11 Step 3 Confirm business goals drivers and constraints00:58
  • 15.12 Step 4 Evaluate capabilities01:51
  • 15.13 Value Chain Diagram02:11
  • 15.14 Step 5 Assess readiness for business transformation00:39
  • 15.15 Step 6 Define the Scope00:51
  • 15.16 Step 7 Confirm and elaborate Architecture Principles including business
  • principles01:50
  • 15.17 Step 8 Develop Architecture Vision01:40
  • 15.18 Solution Concept Diagram01:35
  • 15.19 Step 9 Define the Target Architecture value propositions and KPIs01:04
  • 15.20 Step 10 Identify the business transformation risks and mitigation activities01:52
  • 15.21 Step 11 Develop Statement of Architecture Work Secure approval01:55
  • 15.22 Statement of Architecture Work01:03
  • 15.23 Phase A Outputs01:28
  • 15.24 Summary03:23
  • 15.25 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts00:41
  • 15.26 Conclusion00:05
  • Knowledge Check

L2 16 – TOGAF V92 M16 Phase B Business Architecture51:34

  • 16.01 Phase B Business Architecture00:21
  • 16.02 Module Objectives00:51
  • 16.03 Business Architecture Objectives00:34
  • 16.04 Approach03:17
  • 16.05 PhaseB Inputs01:21
  • 16.06 Steps00:59
  • 16.07 Step 1 Select Reference Models Viewpoint and Tools03:11
  • 16.08 Business Capability Mapping02:22
  • 16.09 Value Stream Mapping02:02
  • 16.10 Mapping Value Streams to Business Capabilities02:01
  • 16.11 Organization Mapping02:45
  • 16.12 Additional Techniques00:43
  • 16.13 Step 1 Select Reference Models Viewpoints and Tools02:01
  • 16.14 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts00:34
  • 16.15 Step 2 Develop Baseline Business Architecture Description02:07
  • 16.16 Step 3 Develop Target Business Architecture Description00:30
  • 16.17 Step 4 Perform Gap Analysis04:17
  • 16.18 Gap Analysis Exercise00:42
  • 16.19 Gap Analysis Answer01:39
  • 16.20 Step 5 Define Candidate Roadmap Components00:51
  • 16.21 Step 6 Resolve Impacts Across the Architecture Landscape00:55
  • 16.22 Step 7 Conduct Formal Stakeholder Review00:38
  • 16.23 Step 8 Finalize the Business Architecture01:05
  • 16.24 Step 9 Create Architecture Definition Document00:50
  • 16.25 Summary of Building Block usage in Phase B02:32
  • 16.26 Phase B Outputs00:34
  • 16.27 Architecture Definition Document02:20
  • 16.28 Architecture Definition Document Business Architecture Components01:25
  • 16.29 Architecture Requirements Specification00:42
  • 16.30 Architecture Requirements Specification Business Architecture Components01:25
  • 16.31 Summary04:04
  • 16.32 Exercise00:39
  • 16.33 Resource01:04
  • 16.34 Conclusion00:13
  • Knowledge Check

L2 17 – TOGAF V92 M16A Phase B56:19

  • 16A.01 PhaseB00:27
  • 16A.02 Module Objectives00:24
  • 16A.03 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts00:34
  • 16A.04 Catalogs Matrices and Diagrams02:50
  • 16A.05 Catalogs08:04
  • 16A.06 Exercise00:41
  • 16A.07 Matrices00:47
  • 16A.08 Capability Organization Matrix01:33
  • 16A.09 Strategy Capability Matrix00:51
  • 16A.10 Value Stream Capability Matrix01:17
  • 16A.11 Business Interaction Matrix02:09
  • 16A.12 Actor role Matrix03:47
  • 16A.13 Diagrams01:01
  • 16A.14 Business Capability Map02:01
  • 16A.15 Value Stream Map02:09
  • 16A.16 Mapping Value Streams to Business Capabilities00:47
  • 16A.17 Organization Map02:51
  • 16A.18 Business Footprint Diagram03:52
  • 16A.19 Business Service Information Diagram01:03
  • 16A.20 Functional Decomposition Diagram04:16
  • 16A.21 Product Lifecycle Diagram02:17
  • 16A.22 Goal Objective Service Diagram01:50
  • 16A.23 Business Use case Diagram02:32
  • 16A.24 Organization Decomposition Diagram02:00
  • 16A.25 Process Flow Diagram02:52
  • 16A.26 Events Diagram01:17
  • 16A.27 Example Events Matrix01:50
  • 16A.28 Conclusion00:17

L2 18 – TOGAF V92 M17 Phase C Overview08:49

  • 17.01 Phase C – Information Systems Architectures-Overview00:32
  • 17.02 Module Objectives00:40
  • 17.03 Information Systems Architectures-Objectives00:27
  • 17.04 Approach01:08
  • 17.05 Top-Down Design – Bottom-up Implementation00:47
  • 17.06 Alternative Approach Data-Driven Sequence Implementation00:21
  • 17.07 Approach Architecture Repository01:28
  • 17.08 Considerations for Data Architecture02:33
  • 17.09 Phase C Inputs00:53

L2 19 – TOGAF V92 M18 Phase C Data Architecture20:52

  • 18.01 Phase C – Data Architecture00:26
  • 18.02 Module Objectives00:15
  • 18.03 Data Architecture – Objectives01:05
  • 18.04 Phase C – Data – Inputs02:59
  • 18.05 Steps01:36
  • 18.06 Step 1 – Select reference models viewpoints and tools00:47
  • 18.07 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts00:27
  • 18.08 Step 1 – Select reference models viewpoints and tools01:23
  • 18.09 Step 2 – Develop a Baseline Data Architecture Description01:16
  • 18.10 Step 3 – Develop Target Data Architecture Description00:30
  • 18.11 Step 4 – Perform Gap Analysis00:32
  • 18.12 Step 5 – Define candidate roadmap components00:17
  • 18.13 Step 6 – Resolve impacts across the Architecture Landscape00:57
  • 18.14 Step 7 – Conduct Formal Stakeholder Review01:21
  • 18.15 Step 8 – Finalize the Data Architecture00:41
  • 18.16 Step 9 – Create Architecture Definition Document00:35
  • 18.17 Phase C – Outputs – Data Architecture00:29
  • 18.18 Architecture Definition Document – Data Architecture Components00:50
  • 18.19 Architecture Requirements Specification – Data Architecture Components00:32
  • 18.20 Summary03:13
  • 18.21 Exercise00:23
  • 18.22 Conclusion00:18
  • Knowledge Check

L2 20 – TOGAF V92 M18A Phase C Data Architecture20:27

  • 18A.01 Phase C Data Architecture00:30
  • 18A.02 Module Objectives00:11
  • 18A.03 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts00:16
  • 18A.04 Catalogs Matrices and Diagrams00:43
  • 18A.05 Catalogs00:39
  • 18A.06 Exercise00:10
  • 18A.07 Matrices00:11
  • 18A.08 Data Entity Business Function Matrix01:12
  • 18A.09 Example Data Entity Business Function Matrix01:36
  • 18A.10 Application Data Matrix00:20
  • 18A.11 Example Application Data Matrix01:20
  • 18A.12 Diagrams00:16
  • 18A.13 Conceptual Data Diagram01:43
  • 18A.14 Logical Data Diagram00:26
  • 18A.15 Data Dissemination Diagram00:23
  • 18A.16 Example Data Dissemination Diagram01:58
  • 18A.17 Data Security Diagram00:58
  • 18A.18 Example Data Security Diagram00:39
  • 18A.19 Example Data Security Matrix01:30
  • 18A.20 Data Migration Diagram01:19
  • 18A.21 Example Data Migration Diagram01:24
  • 18A.22 Example Data Migration Mapping01:08
  • 18A.23 Data Lifecycle Diagram01:17
  • 18A.24 Conclusion00:18

L2 21 – TOGAF V92 M19 I3RM14:42

  • 19.01 The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model01:16
  • 19.02 Module Objectives00:38
  • 19.03 Key Business and Technical Drivers01:03
  • 19.04 Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model00:42
  • 19.05 TOGAF TRM00:37
  • 19.06 TOGAF TRM Orientations00:53
  • 19.07 Boundaryless Information Flow Focus00:37
  • 19.08 Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model High level Model01:40
  • 19.09 Components of the III RM00:29
  • 19.10 Components of the High-Level III RM02:09
  • 19.11 Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model Detailed Model03:17
  • 19.12 Summary00:36
  • 19.13 Exercise00:28
  • 19.14 Conclusion00:17

L2 22 – TOGAF V92 M20 Phase C Applications Architecture26:21

  • 20.01 Phase C – Application Architecture00:23
  • 20.02 Module Objectives00:11
  • 20.03 Objectives01:35
  • 20.04 Phase C – Inputs – Application Architecture01:52
  • 20.05 Steps01:07
  • 20.06 Step 1 – Select reference models viewpoints and tools00:39
  • 20.07 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts00:25
  • 20.08 Step 1 – Select reference models viewpoints and tools00:45
  • 20.09 Recommended Process01:02
  • 20.10 Step 1 – Select reference models viewpoints and tools00:45
  • 20.11 Example – The Integrated Information Infrastructure Model01:09
  • 20.12 III-RM Business and Technical Drivers02:30
  • 20.13 III-RM Focus00:30
  • 20.14 III-RM High Level View01:43
  • 20.15 Step 2 – Develop a Baseline Application Architecture Description01:10
  • 20.16 Step 3 – Develop Target Application Architecture Description00:21
  • 20.17 Step 4 – Perform Gap Analysis00:42
  • 20.18 Step 5 – Define candidate roadmap components00:18
  • 20.19 Step 6 – Resolve impacts across the Architecture Landscape00:48
  • 20.20 Step 7 – Conduct Formal Stakeholder Review00:52
  • 20.21 Step 8 – Finalize the Application Architecture00:34
  • 20.22 Step 9 – Create Architecture Definition Document00:42
  • 20.23 Phase C – Outputs – Application Architecture00:22
  • 20.24 Architecture Definition Document – Application Architecture Components00:34
  • 20.25 Architecture Requirements Specification – Application Architecture
  • Components00:36
  • 20.26 Summary03:40
  • 20.27 Exercise00:51
  • 20.28 Conclusion00:15
  • Knowledge Check

L2 23 – TOGAF V92 M20A Phase C Applications Architecture29:26

  • 20A.01 Phase C Application Architecture00:26
  • 20A.02 Module Objectives00:11
  • 20A.03 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts00:26
  • 20A.04 Catalogs Matrices and Diagrams00:52
  • 20A.05 Catalogs02:24
  • 20A.06 Exercise00:09
  • 20A.07 Matrices00:18
  • 20A.08 Application Organization Matrix00:53
  • 20A.09 Example Application Organization Matrix01:01
  • 20A.10 Role Application Matrix00:56
  • 20A.11 Example Role Application Matrix00:41
  • 20A.12 Application Function Matrix00:46
  • 20A.13 Example Application Function Matrix00:48
  • 20A.14 Example Application Interaction Matrix01:29
  • 20A.15 Diagrams00:32
  • 20A.16 Application Communication Diagram02:16
  • 20A.17 Alternate Example N2 Model01:08
  • 20A.18 Alternate Example Information Exchange Matrix01:06
  • 20A.19 Application User Location Diagram01:31
  • 20A.20 Example Application User Location Diagram part101:22
  • 20A.21 Example Application User Location Diagram part200:57
  • 20A.22 Application Use Case Diagram01:46
  • 20A.23 Enterprise Manageability Diagram00:25
  • 20A.24 Example Enterprise Manageability Diagram00:55
  • 20A.25 Process Application Realization Diagram00:41
  • 20A.26 Example Process Application Realization Diagram01:18
  • 20A.27 Software Engineering Diagram00:34
  • 20A.28 Example Software Engineering Diagram01:21
  • 20A.29 Application Migration Diagram00:28
  • 20A.30 Example Application Migration Diagram00:37
  • 20A.31 Software Distribution Diagram00:48
  • 20A.32 Conclusion00:21

L2 24 – TOGAF V92 M21 Foundation Architecture15:04

  • 21.01 Foundation Architecture02:41
  • 21.02 Module Objectives00:33
  • 21.03 TRM Components00:25
  • 21.04 The TRM03:48
  • 21.05 Using the TRM01:43
  • 21.06 Taxonomy of Platform Services01:51
  • 21.07 Taxonomy of Application Platform Service Qualities00:45
  • 21.08 Availability00:58
  • 21.09 Assurance00:34
  • 21.10 Usability00:30
  • 21.11 Adaptability00:43
  • 21.12 Summary00:16
  • 21.13 Conclusion00:17
  • Knowledge Check

L2 25 – TOGAF V92 M22 Phase D Technology Architecture24:57

  • 22.1 Phase D Technology Architecture00:26
  • 22.2 Module Objectives00:12
  • 22.3 Objectives00:37
  • 22.4 Approach00:48
  • 22.5 Technology Architecture Inputs02:40
  • 22.6 Steps00:52
  • 22.7 Step 1 Select reference models viewpoints and tools07:56
  • 22.8 Step 2 Develop a Baseline Technology Architecture Description00:25
  • 22.9 Step 3 Develop Target Technology Architecture Description00:26
  • 22.10 Step 4 Perform Gap Analysis00:56
  • 22.11 Step 5 Define candidate roadmap components00:24
  • 22.12 Step 6 Resolve impacts across the Architecture Landscape01:18
  • 22.13 Step 7 Conduct Formal Stakeholder Review00:46
  • 22.14 Step 8 Finalize the Technology Architecture00:40
  • 22.15 Step 9 Create Architecture Definition Document00:36
  • 22.16 Technology Architecture Outputs00:28
  • 22.17 Architecture Definition Document Technology Architecture Components00:59
  • 22.18 Architecture Requirements Specification Technology Architecture
  • Components00:05
  • 22.19 Summary03:07
  • 22.20 Exercise00:56
  • 22.21 Conclusion00:20

L2 26 – TOGAF V92 M22A Phase D Technology Architecture20:10

  • 22A.01 Phase D Technology Architecture Catalogs Matrices and Diagrams00:22
  • 22A.02 Module Objectives00:10
  • 22A.03 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts00:17
  • 22A.04 Catalogs Matrices and Diagrams00:38
  • 22A.05 Catalogs02:18
  • 22A.06 Exercise00:16
  • 22A.07 Matrices00:11
  • 22A.08 Application Technology Matrix00:33
  • 22A.09 Example Application Technology Matrix03:34
  • 22A.10 Diagrams00:18
  • 22A.11 Environments and Locations Diagram00:27
  • 22A.12 Example Environments and Locations Diagram01:19
  • 22A.13 Platform Decomposition Diagram00:56
  • 22A.14 Example Platform Decomposition Diagram00:59
  • 22A.15 Processing Diagram00:57
  • 22A.16 Example Processing Diagram01:55
  • 22A.17 Network Computing Hardware Diagram01:26
  • 22A.18 Example Network Computing Hardware Diagram00:48
  • 22A.19 Network and Communications Diagram02:40
  • 22A.20 Conclusion00:06

L2 27 – TOGAF V92 M23 Migration Planning14:23

  • 23.01 Migration Planning00:42
  • 23.02 Module Objectives00:35
  • 23.03 The Implementation Factor Assessment and Deduction Matrix02:11
  • 23.04 The Consolidated Gaps Solutions and Dependencies Matrix02:30
  • 23.05 Architecture Definition Increments table01:57
  • 23.06 The Transition Architecture State Evolution Table02:20
  • 23.07 The Business Value Assessment Technique02:14
  • 23.08 Summary00:27
  • 23.09 Exercise The Business Value Assessment Technique Summary01:18
  • 23.10 Conclusion00:09

L2 28 – TOGAF V92 M24 Phase E Opportunities and Solutions30:03

  • 24.01 Phase E – Opportunities and Solutions00:25
  • 24.02 Module Objectives00:22
  • 24.03 Objectives00:29
  • 24.04 Stakeholders00:32
  • 24.05 Approach02:36
  • 24.06 Phase E – Inputs00:46
  • 24.07 Steps01:02
  • 24.08 Step 1 – Determine Corporate Change Attributes00:57
  • 24.09 Step 2 – Determine Business Constraints for Implementation00:21
  • 24.10 Step 3 – Review and Consolidate Gap Analysis Results from Phases B to D01:49
  • 24.11 Step 4 – Review Consolidated Requirements Across Related Business
  • Functions00:54
  • 24.12 Step 5 – Consolidate and Reconcile Interoperability Requirements01:24
  • 24.13 Step 6 – Refine and Validate Dependencies01:04
  • 24.14 Step 7 – Confirm Readiness and Risk for Business Transformation00:37
  • 24.15 Step 8 – Formulate Implementation and Migration Strategy01:42
  • 24.16 Step 9 – Identify and Group Major Work Packages01:54
  • 24.17 Step 10 – Identify Transition Architectures01:13
  • 24.18 Step 11 – Create the Architecture Roadmap and Implementation and Migration
  • Plan02:27
  • 24.19 Phase E Outputs00:45
  • 24.20 Summary03:09
  • 24.21 TOGAF Version 9 2 Artifacts00:18
  • 24.22 Project Context Diagram01:41
  • 24.23 Benefits Diagram03:33
  • 24.24 Conclusion00:03
  • Knowledge Check

L2 29 – TOGAF V92 M25 Phase F Migration Planning18:10

  • 25.01 Phase F Migration Planning00:25
  • 25.02 Module Objectives00:13
  • 25.03 Phase F Objectives00:25
  • 25.04 Approach01:02
  • 25.05 Phase F Inputs00:47
  • 25.06 Steps00:43
  • 25.07 Step 1 Confirm Management Framework01:32
  • 25.08 Step 2 Assign a Business Value to Each Work Package03:25
  • 25.09 Step 3 Estimate Resource Requirements00:35
  • 25.10 Step 4 Prioritize the Migration Projects01:30
  • 25.11 Step 5 Confirm Architecture Roadmap and Update Architecture01:17
  • 25.12 Step 6 Generate the Implementation Migration Plan00:35
  • 25.13 Step 7 Complete the Architecture Development Cycle01:48
  • 25.14 Phase F Outputs00:29
  • 25.15 Summary03:00
  • 25.16 Conclusion00:24
  • Knowledge Check

L2 30 – TOGAF V92 M26 Phase G Implementation Governance13:06

  • 26.01 Phase G Implementation Governance00:29
  • 26.02 Module Objective00:17
  • 26.03 Phase G Objectives00:54
  • 26.04 Approach02:04
  • 26.05 Phase G InputsApproach00:36
  • 26.06 Steps00:34
  • 26.07 Step 1 Confirm scope and priorities00:49
  • 26.08 Step 2 Identify deployment resources and skills00:31
  • 26.09 Step 3 Guide development of solutions deployment00:51
  • 26.10 Step 4 Perform EA compliance reviewst00:49
  • 26.11 Step 5 Implement business and IT operations00:45
  • 26.12 Step 6 Do post-implementation review close the implementation00:37
  • 26.13 Phase G Outputs01:00
  • 26.14 Summary02:31
  • 26.15 Conclusion00:19
  • Knowledge Check

L2 31 – TOGAF V92 M27 Phase H Architecture Change Management20:33

  • 27.01 Phase H Architecture Change Management00:21
  • 27.02 Module Objectives00:15
  • 27.03 Phase H Objectives00:22
  • 27.04 Approach01:21
  • 27.05 Exercise Drivers for Architecture Change00:41
  • 27.06 Chang Management Process02:57
  • 27.07 Maintenance versus Redesign00:41
  • 27.08 Change Impact Exercise02:30
  • 27.09 Phase H Inputs00:44
  • 27.10 Change Requests01:28
  • 27.11 Steps00:34
  • 27.12 Step 1 Establish Value Realization Process00:22
  • 27.13 Step 2 Deploy Monitoring Tools01:09
  • 27.14 Step 3 Manage Risks00:22
  • 27.15 Step 4 Provide Analysis for Architecture Change Management00:56
  • 27.16 Step 5 Develop Change Requirements to Meet Performance Targets00:21
  • 27.17 Step 6 Manage Governance Process00:30
  • 27.18 Step 7 Activate the Process to Implement Change00:17
  • 27.19 Phase H Outputs00:17
  • 27.20 Business Users Architecture Contract00:33
  • 27.21 Request for Architecture Work01:22
  • 27.22 Summary02:20
  • 27.23 Conclusion00:10
  • Knowledge Check

L2 32 – TOGAF V92 M28 Architecture Requirements Management17:40

  • 28.01 Architecture Requirements Management00:44
  • 28.02 Module Objectives00:21
  • 28.03 Objectives00:25
  • 28.04 ADM Requirements Management01:19
  • 28.05 Approach01:09
  • 28.06 Requirements Development00:49
  • 28.07 Resources00:50
  • 28.08 Volère Requirements Specification Template01:05
  • 28.09 Requirements Management Inputs00:21
  • 28.10 Steps Overview06:28
  • 28.11 Requirements Management Outputs00:18
  • 28.12 Requirements Impact Assessment00:56
  • 28.13 Summary02:41
  • 28.14 Conclusion00:14
  • Knowledge Check

L2 33 – TOGAF V92 M29 Architecture Partitioning12:57

  • 29.01 Architecture Partitioning00:38
  • 29.02 Module Objectives00:28
  • 29.03 Partitioning03:06
  • 29.04 The Need to Partition00:54
  • 29.05 Applying Classification to Partitioned Architectures Solution Partitioning01:42
  • 29.06 Applying Classification to Partitioned Architectures Architecture Partitioning01:21
  • 29.07 Applying Partitioning to the ADM01:07
  • 29.08 Preliminary Phase02:29
  • 29.09 Example Teams allocated00:41
  • 29.10 Summary00:18
  • 29.11 Conclusion00:13

L2 34 – TOGAF V92 M30 Iteration and Levels10:11

  • 30.01 Iteration and Levels00:51
  • 30.02 Module Objectives00:13
  • 30.03 Iteration and Levels02:01
  • 30.04 Iteration and the ADM00:53
  • 30.05 Iteration to develop a comprehensive Architecture Landscape00:53
  • 30.06 Iteration within an ADM Cycle00:55
  • 30.07 Iteration to Manage the Architecture Capability00:53
  • 30.08 Factors influencing the use of Iteration01:37
  • 30.09 Iteration Cycles01:55

L2 35 – TOGAF V92 M31 Security18:07

  • 31.01 Adapting the ADM Security01:24
  • 31.02 Module Objectives00:11
  • 31.03 The Open Group Guide – Integrating Risk and Security within a TOGAF Enterprise
  • Architecture01:35
  • 31.04 Enterprise Security Architecture03:22
  • 31.05 Security as a Cross-Cutting Concern01:17
  • 31.06 Adapting the ADM for Security00:14
  • 31.07 ADM Requirements Management00:42
  • 31.08 Preliminary Phase00:38
  • 31.09 Phase A – Architecture Vision01:11
  • 31.10 Phase B – Business Architecture00:42
  • 31.11 Phase C – Information Systems Architectures00:23
  • 31.12 Phase D – Technology Architecture00:53
  • 31.13 Phase E – Opportunities and Solutions01:09
  • 31.14 Phase F – Migration Planning00:44
  • 31.15 Phase G – Implementation Governance00:29
  • 31.16 Phase H – Architecture Change Management01:24
  • 31.17 Summary00:33
  • 31.18 Exercise00:59
  • 31.19 Conclusion00:17

L2 36 – TOGAF V92 M33 Architecture Maturity Models15:40

  • 33.01 Architecture Maturity Models00:36
  • 33.02 Module Objectives00:25
  • 33.03 Capability Maturity Models03:42
  • 33.04 The CMMI02:18
  • 33.05 US Department of Commerce ACMM01:02
  • 33.06 ACMM Maturity Levels00:29
  • 33.07 ACMM Enterprise Architecture Elements02:29
  • 33.08 Example ACMM Scoring Criteria02:45
  • 33.09 Maturity Assessments in the ADM00:57
  • 33.10 Summary00:28
  • 33.11 Exercise00:18
  • 33.12 Conclusion00:11
  • L2 37 – TOGAF V92 M34 Architecture Skills Framework09:47
  • 34.01 Architecture Skills Framework00:35
  • 34.02 Module Objectives00:17
  • 34.03 Roles00:49
  • 34.04 Purpose01:44
  • 34.05 Benefits of using the Architecture Skills Framework00:28
  • 34.06 The structure of the Architecture Skills Framework05:11
  • 34.07 Summary00:16
  • 34.08 Exercise00:12
  • 34.09 Conclusion00:15

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