Enterprise Architecture Practitioner's Guide (Extended)

PT10497
Summary
This course lays the foundation of the core Enterprise Architecture concepts, using TOGAF as the common vocabulary for enterprise architecture. The course then focuses on practical skills to perform the foundational activities of Enterprise Architecture: Developing a vision; establishing an architecture baseline; developing a target business architecture, target data architecture, target application architecture, and target technology architecture. It provides guidance on establishing an Enterprise Architecture program and Enterprise Architecture governance. The course includes an extensive set of examples, templates, and industry references for further learning. The course includes hands-on labs for catalogs, matrices, and diagrams for all four domains.
Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Duration
4 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for Enterprise Architects new to Enterprise Architecture.
Topics
  • Introduction
  • Enterprise Architecture (EA) Primer
  • EA Framework
  • EA Value Proposition
  • Reference Architecture
  • Defining an Architecture Vision
  • Enterprise Architecture Baseline
  • Architecture Requirements
  • Business Architecture
  • Data Architecture
  • Application Architecture
  • Technology Architecture
  • Architecture Deliverables
  • Architecture Gap Analysis, Roadmap & Migration Planning
  • Patterns
  • Architecture Tactics
  • Architecture Techniques
  • Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS)
  • Enterprise Architecture (EA) Program
  • EA Governance
  • The EA Toolbox
  • EA Lessons Learned

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