Course Category: Information Controls & Security
Course Duration: 4 Days
Hours: 28 PDUs (Professional Development Units)
The Open Group and TOGAF are registered trademarks and The Open Group Certification logo is a trademark of The Open Group.
TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework) is a proven Open Group standard for improving business efficiency. TOGAF is a standard, methodology and a framework that provides guidance for designing, planning, implementing and governing enterprise information architecture.
- Understand the core concepts of TOGAF, such as the Architecture Development Method (ADM), Enterprise Continuum, Architecture Repository
- Learn about architecture governance, architecture views, viewpoints, stakeholders and architecture building blocks
- Master the guidelines for adapting the ADM Architecture, Maturity Models and Architecture Skills Framework
- Acquire the knowledge required to pass the TOGAF 9 Foundation and Certified Level certification exams.
There are no pre-requisites to attending the course or taking the combined Level 1 & Level 2 certification exams.
Who Should Attend
- Enterprise architects
- Business architects
- IT architects
- Application architects
- Data architects
- Software architects
- System architects
- Solution architects
- Infrastructure architects
- Process architects
- Product managers
- Operational managers
- Senior managers
Training and Exam Duration
Training: 4 days
The course material shall be provided on the first day of the course during registration.
Foundation Level (Level 1): 60 minutes duration
Certified Level (Level 2): 90 minutes duration
Both exams are scheduled at a computer based testing centre. The exams are held separately from the training course. The Level 1 & Level 2 exams are scheduled within one sitting.
The combined exam consists of two sections, with pass marks as per the TOGAF 9 Level 1 and 2 exams described below. Each section must be passed in order to obtain an overall pass mark. If the candidate fails a section, he or she only need retake the failed section in order to be awarded with the certification.
TOGAF 9.2 Foundation Level Certification consists of 40 multiple choice questions.
The exam is closed-book, i.e. no materials are allowed to be used. The candidate must achieve at least 55% (22 out of 40) to achieve the Foundation level certification.
TOGAF 9.2 Certified Level Certification consists of 8 multiple choice questions that total to 40 marks.
The exam is open-book, i.e. test centres shall provide a copy of the TOGAF 9 Standard which can be referenced during the exam. The questions are complex scenario based with gradient scoring.
The candidate must achieve at least 60% (24 out of 40) to achieve the Certified level certification.
- Course Introduction
- Management Overview
- TOGAF 9 Components
- Preliminary Phase
- Architecture Governance
- Case Study (Anthrotel – Principles)
- Architecture Partitioning
- Iterations and Levels
- Phase A – Architecture Vision
- Business Scenarios
- Value stream
- Implementation Support
- Case Study ( Anthrotel – Drivers and Benefits)
- Stakeholder Management, Views and Viewpoints
- Case Study ( Anthrotel – Stakeholder Management, Vision)
- Business, Information and Technology Architecture Development and Building Blocks
- Business, Information and Technology
- Architecture Viewpoints
- Technology Architecture – Viewpoints
- Case Study (Anthrotel – Business/Application/Data/Technology Architecture)
- Phase E- Opportunities and Solutions
- Migration Planning Techniques
- Phase F – Migration Planning
- Case Study (Anthrotel – Projects, Roadmap, Value)
- Phase G – Implementation Governance
- Phase H – Architecture Change Management
- Requirements Management
- Intro to Practice Tests – Exam Techniques
- Practice Test – Part 1
- Practice Test – Part 2
- Security and ADM
- SOA and ADM
- Maturity Models
- Skills Framework