Providing Technology Training and Mentoring For Modern Technology Adoption
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The discipline of Enterprise, Solution, and Technical architecture is fragmented in many organizations. There are varying degrees of knowledge, approaches, and capabilities in the realm of architecture. Variations exist across teams and even across practitioners within a team. Architects are left to grapple with architecture frameworks like Zachman and TOGAF, a wide variety of tools, a host of techniques and architecture work products, and no discernable way to connect these pieces together. There is no formal approach within the industry for describing or communicating the practice of modeling an organization’s architecture. It is that gap in the industry that this course fills.
This course provides a balanced experience, deftly blending academic content with practical hands-on lab exercises Attendees will begin the course with an informal collection of architecture concepts, strategies, and work products, and conclude the workshop with a comprehensive approach to organizing and practicing the discipline of architecture.
After completing this course, the student should be able to:
This course is applicable for Architects, Team Leaders, Managers of Architects, and individuals training to become architects.
No formal requirements, although previous full life cycle project experience as an analyst, developer, project manager, or architect is preferable.