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Home > Training > Enterprise Architecture (EA) > Reference Architectures and Roadmaps Training

Reference Architectures and Roadmaps Training

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Course#: WA2336

This course focuses on the most commonly used architecture deliverables and skills that organizations use when starting an EA program. The course includes: Reference Architecture development, architecture requirements definition, gap analysis, architecture roadmaps, architecture patterns, architecture tactics, architecture techniques, COTS architecture and considerations.

Audience

Architects that learned TOGAF and are ready to apply

Prerequisites

TOGAF knowledge

Duration

1 Days

Outline of WA2336 Reference Architectures and Roadmaps Training

Chapter 1 - Introduction

  • Introductions
  • Course Outline
  • Handouts & Appendices
  • Practical Application: Building Skills
  • Practical Application: Filling Your Toolbox
  • Course Evaluation & Questions
  • Course Delivery Overview

Chapter 2 - Reference Architecture

  • Reference Architecture
  • Reference Architecture Components
  • Reference Architecture Summarized
  • Reference Architecture Context
  • Architecture Principles
  • Components of Principles
  • Qualities of a Good Set of Principles
  • EA Principles: Creation Process
  • Templates: Principle & Principle Catalog
  • Example: Architecture Principles
  • Group Discussion: Principles
  • Applying Architecture Principles
  • Policies
  • Template: Policy
  • Example: Governance Policies
  • Example: SOA Policy
  • Example: Policies
  • Reference Models
  • Example: IBM Business Analytics & Optimization Reference Architecture
  • Example: IBM Insurance Application Architecture
  • Example: SOA Reference Architecture
  • Example:Customer Experience Reference Architecture
  • Business Scenarios
  • Business Scenario Summary
  • Business Scenario Outline
  • Template & Example: Business Scenario
  • Practices: Standards & Guidelines
  • Example: Interoperability Standards
  • Example: Insurance Reporting Reference Architecture
  • Example: Electronic Product Code™ (EPC) Standards
  • Example: Health Care Reference Architecture
  • Resource: Financial Industry Organizations
  • Resource: Health Industry Organizations
  • Resource: Retail Industry Organizations
  • Resource: Technical Organizations
  • Industry Organizations
  • Insurance Industry Standards ROI
  • Requirements
  • Example: Mobile Security Reference Architecture
  • Example: MSRA Requirements
  • Architecture Building Blocks: Reusable Requirement Sets
  • Resource: NIST Security Requirements
  • Example: COTS Standard Requirements Set
  • Summary

Chapter 3 - Architecture Requirements

  • Architecture Quality Attributes
  • Quality of Service Requirement Categories
  • Quality Attribute (QA)/Quality of Service (QoS) Definitions
  • Trade-off Analysis
  • Group Discussion: Trade-offs
  • Requirement Patterns
  • Example: Non-Functional Requirement Patterns
  • Requirement Statement Best Practices
  • Architecture Change Cases
  • Elements of a Change Case
  • Example: Change Case
  • Eliciting Change Cases
  • Group Discussion: Change Case
  • Summary

Chapter 4 - Architecture Gap Analysis, Roadmap & Migration Planning

  • Putting the Pieces Together
  • Gap Analysis
  • Gap Analysis Matrix
  • Example: DOE Gap Analysis
  • Consolidated Gaps, Solutions, and Dependencies Matrix
  • Architecture Roadmap Table
  • Transition Architectures in Context
  • Architecture Roadmap
  • General Roadmap Methodology
  • Defining Work Packages
  • Roadmap Development Strategies
  • Example: High-Level Architecture Roadmap
  • Example: Pharmacy Standards Roadmap
  • Example: SOA Roadmap
  • Example: Business Intelligence Roadmap
  • Template: Architecture Roadmap
  • Migration Planning
  • Business Value Assessment Technique
  • Example: DOE Transition Plan
  • Example:Transition Milestone Table
  • Example: EPA Transition Plan
  • Template: TOGAF Implementation & Migration Plan Template
  • Process Summary
  • Summary

Chapter 5 - Patterns

  • What are Patterns?
  • Elements of a Pattern
  • Pattern Levels
  • Pattern Types
  • How to Start Using Patterns?
  • Common Architectural Patterns
  • Layers Pattern
  • Example: Retail Layered Architecture
  • Object-Oriented Design Patterns
  • Structural Design Pattern: Facade Pattern Example
  • Enterprise Integration Patterns
  • Messaging Systems: Overview
  • Example Pattern: Pipes and Filters
  • Monitoring Credit Bureau Example
  • EAA Patterns
  • Model-View-Controller (MVC) Pattern
  • SOA Patterns
  • Example: Saga Pattern
  • Business Process Patterns
  • Example: Synchronizing Merge Pattern
  • Configuration Management Patterns
  • New Patterns Continue to Emerge
  • Group Discussion: Patterns
  • Summary

Chapter 6 - Architecture Tactics

  • Tactics
  • Availability Tactics
  • Modifiability Tactics
  • Architectural Patterns and Corresponding Tactics for Modifiability
  • Performance Tactics
  • Security Tactics
  • Testability Tactics
  • Usability Tactics
  • Approach for Describing Tactics
  • Group Discussion: Tactics
  • Pipes & Filters: Tactics
  • Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA): Tactics
  • Summary

Chapter 7 - Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS)

  • COTS Advantages & Disadvantages
  • COTS Implication: Accept Design Influence
  • COTS Implication: Plan for Stability
  • COTS Implication: Sustain Competency
  • COTS Implication: Vendor Lock-In
  • COTS Implication: Balance Business Needs & Architecture
  • COTS Inherent Risks
  • COTS Risk Management Strategy #1
  • COTS Risk Management Strategy #2
  • COTS Risk Management Strategy #3
  • Group Discussion: COTS
  • Typical COTS Architecture
  • Summary

Handout 1 - Sample Principles

  • Business Principles
  • Data Principles
  • Application Principles
  • Technology Principles
  • Governance Principles
  • SOA Governance Principles

Handout 2 - Quality Attribute (QA)/Quality of Service (QoS) Categories

  • Introduction
  • Quality Attributes

Handout 3 - Requirement Patterns

Handout 4 - Requirement Statement Checklist

  • Introduction
  • Requirement Statement Review Checklist

Appendix A - Reference Library

  • Industry Organizations
  • References & Further Reading

Appendix B - Glossary

  • ABC
  • DEF
  • GHI
  • MNO
  • PQR
  • STU
  • VWXYZ

Appendix C - EA Catalogs, Matrices, & Diagrams

  • Catalogs
  • Matrices
  • Diagrams

Appendix D - Pattern List

Address Start Date End Date
Instructor Led Virtual 04/10/2017 04/10/2017
Instructor Led Virtual 06/19/2017 06/19/2017
Instructor Led Virtual 08/21/2017 08/21/2017
Instructor Led Virtual 11/20/2017 11/20/2017
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