Enterprise and Solution Architecture BCS Intermediate (Level 1)

Training Summary
This course includes presentations, discussions, class exercises, and case studies. It covers a broad sweep of architecture terms and concepts found in architecture frameworks such as TOGAF® and Zachman™. The course concentrates on the tools and methods of the modern Solution Architect including the ArchiMate® modeling language. Students will use industry-accepted methods to analyze and describe enterprise and solution architectures, from business goals to technological building blocks. This course includes vendor and technology-independent topics on solution architecture techniques and products, application integration patterns, design for qualities (non-functional requirements), and real world case study work.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is intended for everybody interested in the terms, concepts and practice of architecture; especially people wanting to act in an architect role, and their stakeholders. It is recommended that attendees have seven years’ experience of IS/IT work including contact with architects and architecture descriptions.
Course Topics
  • Architecture and architects
  • Architecture precursors
  • Architecture frameworks
  • Business architecture
  • Data architecture
  • Software architecture
  • Applications architecture
  • Design for NFRS
  • Infrastructure architecture
  • Migration planning and architecture management
  • Architecture management

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