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.
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.
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.
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.
There are no prerequisites for taking this TOGAF certification training course.
TOGAF 9 Foundation Training
L1 00 – TOGAF-V92-M0-Course-Intro09:53
L1 01 – TOGAF V92 M1 Management Overview32:29
L1 02 – TOGAF V92 M2 TOGAF 9 Framework Components15:08
L1 03 – TOGAF V92 M3 Intro ADM19:48
L1 04 – TOGAF V92 M4 Enterprise Continuum27:58
L1 05 – TOGAF V92 M5 Architecture Repository22:20
L1 06 – TOGAF V92 M9 Architecture Governance42:57
L1 07 – TOGAF V92 M12 Architechture Views and Viewpoints32:03
L1 08 – TOGAF V92 M13 Building Blocks16:10
L1 09 – TOGAF V92 F6 ADM Phases Level 156:21
L1 10 – TOGAF V92 F7 Guidelines and Techniques Level 133:33
L1 11 – TOGAF V92 F11 ADM Deliverables Level 107:47
L1 12 – TOGAF V92 F12 Reference Models17:57
L1 13 – TOGAF V92 F13 Certification10:15
TOGAF 9 Certified Training
L2 00 – TOGAF-V92-M0-Course-Intro09:53
L2 01 – TOGAF V92 M1 Management Overview32:29
L2 02 – TOGAF V92 M2 TOGAF 9 Framework Components14:52
L2 03 – TOGAF V92 M3 Intro ADM19:48
L2 04 – TOGAF V92 M4 Enterprise Continuum27:58
L2 05 – TOGAF V92 M5 Architecture Repository22:20
L2 06 – TOGAF V92 M9 Architecture Governance42:57
L2 07 – TOGAF V92 M6 Architecture Content Framework15:45
L2 08 – TOGAF V92 M7 Metamodel42:03
L2 09 – TOGAF V92 M12 Architechture Views and Viewpoints32:03
L2 10 – TOGAF V92 M13 Building Blocks16:10
L2 11 – TOGAF V92 M8 Preliminary Phase42:21
L2 12 – TOGAF V92 M10 Business Scenarios19:34
L2 13 – TOGAF V92 M11 Stakeholder Management18:00
L2 14 – TOGAF V92 M14 Implementation Support35:01
L2 15 – TOGAF V92 M15 Phase A37:45
L2 16 – TOGAF V92 M16 Phase B Business Architecture51:34
L2 17 – TOGAF V92 M16A Phase B56:19
L2 18 – TOGAF V92 M17 Phase C Overview08:49
L2 19 – TOGAF V92 M18 Phase C Data Architecture20:52
L2 20 – TOGAF V92 M18A Phase C Data Architecture20:27
L2 21 – TOGAF V92 M19 I3RM14:42
L2 22 – TOGAF V92 M20 Phase C Applications Architecture26:21
L2 23 – TOGAF V92 M20A Phase C Applications Architecture29:26
L2 24 – TOGAF V92 M21 Foundation Architecture15:04
L2 25 – TOGAF V92 M22 Phase D Technology Architecture24:57
L2 26 – TOGAF V92 M22A Phase D Technology Architecture20:10
L2 27 – TOGAF V92 M23 Migration Planning14:23
L2 28 – TOGAF V92 M24 Phase E Opportunities and Solutions30:03
L2 29 – TOGAF V92 M25 Phase F Migration Planning18:10
L2 30 – TOGAF V92 M26 Phase G Implementation Governance13:06
L2 31 – TOGAF V92 M27 Phase H Architecture Change Management20:33
L2 32 – TOGAF V92 M28 Architecture Requirements Management17:40
L2 33 – TOGAF V92 M29 Architecture Partitioning12:57
L2 34 – TOGAF V92 M30 Iteration and Levels10:11
L2 35 – TOGAF V92 M31 Security18:07
L2 36 – TOGAF V92 M33 Architecture Maturity Models15:40
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