Why Take Enterprise Architecture Training
with Web Age?

enterprise architectureUsing technology to solve an immediate, pressing problem is relatively easy. Designing and implementing a robust architecture that serves the immediate needs to the enterprise and is consistent with the long-term strategic vision of the organization is a bit more difficult.

Enterprise Architecture (EA) is the practice of applying a comprehensive and rigorous method for describing, defining, designing, and ultimately deploying a framework that addresses business architecture, performance management, organizational structure, and process architecture.

Our enterprise architecture courses provide practitioners opportunities to learn from experts with real-world experience.

    General Architecture Training Courses

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    Solution and Software Architecture Training Courses

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    Domain Deep Dives Training Courses

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    Agile Architecture Training Courses

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    Data Architecture Training Courses

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    Microservices Courses

    Microservices Training with Web Age puts you on a fast track for building and managing microservices. Experts lead our Microservices Architecture courses and will teach your organization how...
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    Proven Results in Enterprise ArchitectureTraining

    For over 20 years, we have trained thousands of developers at some of the country’s largest tech companies – including many Fortune 500 companies. We’re proudly distinguished by these clients, partners and awards.

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    I had a great training session, very informative and professional!
    Great course, thanks for teaching. Super knowledgeable. enjoyed how you explained most topics - very natural and flowing

    Agile and Architecture may be seen as having conflicting objectives – the former is adaptable and open to change, the latter is rigid and constrains solutions. When Architecture and Agile are treated as separate independent phases, it’s often true, but leveraging both together changes the game. At the intersection of the two, having the right practices can drive more predictable and more agile development.

    This architecture training video explores that intersection between Architecture and Agile.

    We identify those key aspects of Architecture and key aspects of Agile that are essential to success, and start to break down some of the myths that can stand between architects and agilists.

    By the end of the video, you’ll have an appreciation for the potential for Agile and Architecture to support and compliment each other rather than being in conflict.

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