Course #:WA1815

TOGAF Training

TOGAF Training: TOGAF 9 Training Course, Certified
(Level 1 and 2)

Live Virtual Class Dates For This Course:

Upcoming City Schedules For This Course:

12/09/2019 – 12/12/2019  $2,795.00 – Ottawa – ENROLL HERE

12/09/2019 – 12/12/2019  $2,795.00 – Toronto – ENROLL HERE

12/09/2019 – 12/12/2019  $2,795.00 – Montreal – ENROLL HERE

12/09/2019 – 12/12/2019  $2,795.00 – Vancouver – ENROLL HERE

12/09/2019 – 12/12/2019  $2,795.00 – Calgary – ENROLL HERE

01/20/2020 – 01/23/2020  $2,795.00 – Ottawa – ENROLL HERE

01/20/2020 – 01/23/2020  $2,795.00 – Toronto – ENROLL HERE

01/20/2020 – 01/23/2020  $2,795.00 – Montreal – ENROLL HERE

01/20/2020 – 01/23/2020  $2,795.00 – Vancouver – ENROLL HERE

01/20/2020 – 01/23/2020  $2,795.00 – Calgary – ENROLL HERE

03/02/2020 – 03/05/2020  $2795,00 – Ottawa – ENROLL HERE

03/02/2020 – 03/05/2020  $2795,00 – Toronto – ENROLL HERE

Delivery Methods

Web Age Solutions Live Virtual Training              Web Age Solutions Onsite Training              Web Age Solutions Classroom Training

 

OVERVIEW

TOGAF, an Open Group standard, is a proven enterprise architecture methodology and framework used by the world’s leading organizations to improve business efficiency. TOGAF helps practitioners avoid being locked into proprietary methods, utilize resources more efficiently and effectively, and realize a greater return on investment. TOGAF is an industry-standard architecture framework that may be used freely by your organization to develop an information systems architecture.

In this TOGAF 9 training course, you will gain the knowledge needed to prepare for and achieve both TOGAF 9.2 Level 1 certification, known as TOGAF 9.2 Foundation, and TOGAF Level 2 certification, known as TOGAF 9.2 Certified. You will learn the technology, structure, and concepts of TOGAF 9.2. In addition to gaining the knowledge and comprehension of TOGAF 9.2, you will learn to analyze and apply this knowledge.

After completing this TOGAF Training course, the student should be able to:

  • Discuss the basic concepts of enterprise architecture and TOGAF® 9.2.
  • Discuss the features of TOGAF® and its methodology.
  • Take best advantage of how to use TOGAF® in their work.
  • Gain an understanding of the necessary body of knowledge to achieve certification by examination for TOGAF® 9 at Level 1 (TOGAF® 9 Foundation) or Level 2 (TOGAF® 9 Certified)

* TOGAF® 9 Training Course, level 1, level 2 and Combined includes Exam Vouchers.

AUDIENCE

  • The target audience for TOGAF® 9 Certified (Level 1 and 2) training includes but is not limited to:
  • Individuals who require a deeper understanding of TOGAF® 9.2
  • Professionals who are working in an organization where TOGAF® 9.2 has been adopted and who need to participate in architecture projects and initiatives
  • Architects who will be responsible for developing architecture artifacts
  • Architects who wish to introduce TOGAF® 9.2 into an architecture practice
  • Architects who want to achieve a recognized qualification to demonstrate their detailed knowledge of TOGAF® 9.2

PREREQUISITES

A prior knowledge of Enterprise Architecture is advantageous but not required

DURATION

Four days

Outline for WA1815 TOGAF 9 Training Course, Certified (Level 1 and 2) Training 

Chapter 1: Management Overview

  • The Open Group
  • The Architecture Forum
  • Why Enterprise Architecture?
  • Why a framework?
  • The TOGAF Standard, Version 9.2
  • The TOGAF Library
  • TOGAF 9 Certification
  • Summary

Chapter 2: The TOGAF Framework Components

  • The Architecture Development Method (ADM)
  • ADM Guidelines and Techniques
  • Architecture Content Framework – Deliverables, artifacts, building blocks
  • The Enterprise Continuum – The Architecture Repository
  • The Architecture Capability Framework – Establishing an EA Capability
  • The TOGAF Library

Chapter 3: Introduction to the Architecture Development Method

  • The TOGAF ADM
  • Its relationship to other parts of the TOGAF standard
  • The phases of the ADM
  • How and why to adapt the ADM
  • How to scope an architecture activity
  • The need for an integration framework

Chapter F6: ADM Phases Level 1

  • How each ADM Phase contributes to the success of Enterprise Architecture?

Chapter F7: ADM Guidelines and Techniques

  • How to use the TOGAF Framework with different architectural styles
  • The contents of Part III: ADM Guidelines and Techniques – The difference between guidelines and techniques
  • The use of Architecture Principles
  • The use of Business scenarios in the ADM
  • The gap analysis technique
  • The use of interoperability requirements in the ADM
  • The Business Transformation Readiness Assessment
  • Risk Management in the ADM
  • Capability based planning

Chapter 4: The Enterprise Continuum and Tools

  • Introduction to the Enterprise Continuum
  • The purpose of the Enterprise Continuum
  • The constituent pieces of the Enterprise Continuum
  • High-level issues with Tool Standardization

Chapter 5: Architecture Repository

  • The purpose of the Architecture Repository
  • Its constituent parts
  • Its relationship to other parts of the TOGAF standard

Chapter 6: Architecture Content Framework

  • Explain the purpose of the Architecture Content Framework
  • Describe the main components of the Content Metamodel
  • Describe the relationship between the Architecture Content Framework and the TOGAF ADM

Chapter 7: TOGAF Content Metamodel

  • What a metamodel is and why it is needed
  • Key concepts of the Core Metamodel
  • The division of the metamodel into Core and Extensions
  • Key concepts of the Core Metamodel Entities
  • The components of the TOGAF Content Metamodel

Chapter 8: Preliminary Phase

  • Objectives
  • Approach
  • Steps
  • Inputs
  • Outputs

Chapter 9: Architecture Governance

  • Architecture Governance
  • The main components that make up an Architecture Governance Framework
  • The TOGAF Architecture Governance Framework
  • Architecture Governance in Practice
  • Why Architecture Governance is beneficial
  • Guidelines for establishing an EA Capability

Chapter 10: Business Scenarios

  • How to apply the Business Scenarios technique
  • Where it is used in the TOGAF standard

Chapter 11: Stakeholder Management

  • Explain how to apply the stakeholder management technique
  • Understand the steps in developing a stakeholder map and how to use the map Understand the benefits for creating views and relating those to stakeholder and their concerns

Chapter 12: Architecture Views and Viewpoints

  • To understand the concepts of Architecture Views and Architecture Viewpoints
  • To understand the role of Architecture Views
  • To introduce some TOGAF resources

Chapter 13: Building Blocks

  • Concepts of Building Blocks within TOGAF
  • Architecture Building Blocks
  • Solution Building Blocks
  • Their role within application of the ADM
  • A comparison with Architecture Patterns

Chapter F11: ADM Deliverables Level 1

  • The role of Architecture Deliverables
  • The purpose of key deliverables

Chapter F12: TOGAF Reference Models

  • The TOGAF Technical Reference Model (TRM)
  • The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (III-RM)

Chapter 14: Architecture Implementation Support Techniques

  • Managing Interoperability Requirements
  • Business Transformation
  • Risk Assessment
  • Capability Planning

Chapter 15 Phase A: Architecture Vision

  • Objectives
  • Approach
  • Steps
  • Inputs
  • Outputs

Chapter 16 Phase B: Business Architecture

  • Objectives
  • Approach
  • Steps
  • Inputs
  • Outputs

Chapter 16A Phase B: Business Architecture-Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams

  • The Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams of Phase B, Business Architecture
  • What they consist of
  • How they can be used

Chapter 17 Phase C: Information Systems Architecture Overview

  • The objectives of Phase C, Information Systems Architectures
  • The Approach
  • A brief overview of the inputs and outputs

Chapter 18 Phase C: Data Architecture

  • The objectives of the Data Architecture part of Phase C
  • What it consists of
  • What inputs are needed for it
  • What the outputs are

Chapter 18A Phase C: Data Architecture-Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams

  • The Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams of Phase C, Data Architecture
  • What they consist of
  • How they can be used

Chapter 19: The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model

  • Describe the business and technical drivers for Boundaryless Information Flow that led to the development of the Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference
  • Model (III-RM)
  • Describe the main components of the III-RM
  • Explain how the III-RM was derived
  • Explain the III-RM graphic

Chapter 20 Phase C: Application Architecture

  • Objectives
  • Inputs
  • Steps
  • Outputs

Chapter 20A Phase C: Application Architecture-Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams

  • The Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams of Phase C, Application Architecture
  • What they consist of
  • How they are used

Chapter 21: TOGAF Foundation Architecture- the TRM

  • The Purpose, Structure and Use of the TRM
  • The Platform Services Taxonomy
  • Application Platform Service Qualities

Chapter 22 Phase D: Technology Architecture

  • The objectives of Phase D, Technology Architecture
  • What it consists of
  • What inputs are needed for it
  • What the outputs are

Chapter 22A Phase D: Technology Architecture –Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams

  • The Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams of Phase D, Technology Architecture
  • What they consist of
  • How they are used

Chapter 23: Migration Planning Techniques

  • Understand the techniques used in Phases E and F for Migration Planning
  • Key areas include:
  • Using the Implementation Factor Assessment and Deduction Matrix to document factors impacting the Architecture Implementation and Migration Plan.
  • The purpose of the Consolidated Gaps, Solutions and Dependencies Matrix
  • The purpose of an Architecture Definition Increments table
  • Using the Enterprise Architecture State Evolution Table with the TRM
  • Using the Business Value Assessment Technique

Chapter 25 Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions

  • The objectives of Phase E, Opportunities and Solutions
  • What it consists of
  • What inputs are needed for it
  • What the outputs are

Chapter 25 Phase F: Migration Planning

  • The objectives of Phase F, Migration Planning
  • What it consists of
  • What inputs are needed for it
  • What the outputs are

Chapter 26 Phase G: Implementation Governance

  • The objectives of Phase G, Implementation Governance
  • What it consists of
  • What inputs are needed for it
  • What the outputs are

Chapter 27 Phase H: Architecture Change Management

  • The objectives of Phase H, Architecture Change Management
  • What it consists of
  • What inputs are needed for it
  • What the outputs are

Chapter 28: ADM Architecture Requirements Management

  • The process of managing Architecture Requirements during application of the ADM
  • What it consists of
  • What inputs are needed for it
  • What the outputs are

Chapter 29: Architecture Partitioning

  • How an overall Enterprise Architecture can be partitioned to meet the specific needs of the organization
  • Key learning outcomes:
  • The purpose of Architecture Partitioning
  • The classification criteria for solutions and architectures when considering partitioning
  • How Architecture Partitioning can be employed in the Preliminary Phase of the ADM

Chapter 30: Adapting the ADM – Iterations and Levels

  • How to adapt the ADM using iteration and different levels of architecture engagement

Chapter 31: Adapting the ADM-Security

  • Obtain an understanding of the security considerations that need to be addressed during application of the ADM

Chapter 33: Architecture Maturity Models

  • Explain the role of a Capability Maturity Model
  • Explain the CMMI process improvement approach development by CMU
  • Describe the structure and levels of the ACMM developed by CMU for the US DoC
  • Explain the role of Maturity Assessments in the ADM

Chapter 34: Architecture Skills Framework

  • Explain the purpose of the Architecture Skills Framework and why it is needed Describe the benefits of using the Architecture Skills Framework
  • Describe the structure of the Architecture Skills Framework, including roles, skills and proficiency levels

Chapter F13: The TOGAF Certification for People Program

  • Describe The Open Group Certification for People program for the TOGAF Standard Understand the levels for certification
  • Understand the paths for certification
  • Understand the requirements for certification

* TOGAF® is a registered trademark of The Open Group

What is TOGAF?

TOGAF is a globally used standard for Enterprise Architecture. TOGAF is a trusted and vendor-neutral method that ensures enterprise architecture professionals follow the same standards across the world.

What are the key benefits of this TOGAF Training and Certification?

TOGAF certified Enterprise Architects can experience elevated job prospects, career opportunities, and industry credibility, as a result of their enhanced certified knowledge. Other benefits are that TOGAF Training courses allow candidates to understand and initiate information system projects that are repetitive and fit for purpose. Also, TOGAF training and certification allows individuals to converse using a common terminology-based language – reducing conflict and elevating productivity.

Who Should Attend?

This TOGAF Certification course is recommended for anybody interested in learning more about Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF® and achieving the TOGAF® Certified status. This detailed TOGAF Certification course enhances a candidate’s awareness of architectural concepts, in addition to learning tailorable system adaptation techniques – enhancing knowledge and employability prospects.

How do I get TOGAF certified?

If you want to get TOGAF 9 certification, you’ll have to pass two exams. Click HERE to check out our full list of Togaf Certification Training courses designed to get you up to speed on the TOGAF framework.

TOGAF® 9 Training Course, level 1, level 2 and Combined includes Exam Vouchers.

What are the prerequisites for TOGAF 9 certification?

There are no prerequisites to take the TOGAF 9 exam.

How should I prepare for the TOGAF Certification exam?

Your preparation requirements for passing the TOGAF exam will depend on your current role and your understanding of IT enterprise architecture. However, structured TOGAF training like this course will arm you with the right information to be assured of positive results.

What are the levels of TOGAF Certification?

The TOGAF certification is conducted in two levels. Level 1 is known as TOGAF 9 Foundation, and Level 2 is known as TOGAF 9 Certified. Level 1 covers terminology, structure and basic concepts of TOGAF 9, as well as core principles of enterprise architecture. Level 2 builds on this functional knowledge using practical scenarios, based more on practical application and analysis.

What are the learning benefits of this TOGAF Training and Certification course?

As a TOGAF certified professional, you’ll act as a “simplifier” who can uncomplicate complex technical processes. Developers and technical leads get their TOGAF certification to help ensure their career path to architect and senior architect positions. The framework provides a standard architecture development process and common definitions of components and deliverables to be produced when architecting an enterprise. TOGAF is also designed to be flexible so that it can be integrated with a number of other frameworks.

Click here to view all of our related TOGAF Training and Certification Courses.

Do I need a background in IT to take this TOGAF Training course?

TOGAF is a framework for enterprise architecture that provides an approach for designing, planning, implementing, and governing an enterprise information technology architecture. An IT background is not necessary to take the exam. If you don’t have an IT background, our TOGAF Certification training will help you understand the course material better and simplify the journey towards being TOGAF certified.

Can I take TOGAF training online?

Yes! We understand life can be busy! We offer the best TOGAF online training! We offer all of our courses as live TOGAF online training courses as well as instructor led classroom training.

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Proven Results

For over 20 years, we have trained thousands of developers at some of the country’s largest tech companies – including many Fortune 500 companies. Here are a few of the clients we have delivered TOGAF training to:

Home Depot TOGAF TrainingRogers TOGAF Training  EBay TOGAF Training  Travelers TOGAF 9.2 TrainingAlctel Togaf Training Vanguard TOGAF Training and Certification Dell Togaf Training

Here are some reviews from past students who have completed our TOGAF Training:

“I had taken a TOGAF course about 10 years ago, and practiced architecture with a TOGAF framework for several years, but it has been 5-6 years in between, so this course was a great refresher (and update from 9 to 9.2).”

“The instructor did a great job of presenting material that is heavily abstract and somewhat theoretical in a way that makes sense and is understandable. Will recommend this class to others in our organization.”

“The instructor’s style of teaching is outstanding. His energy keeps everyone engaged and he does a really good job of siting examples to help understand the topics. Additionally, the instructor frequently does check points to see if the pace and method for teaching need to be adjusted for the group.”

“The instructor did a great job with the material, sprinkling in real life experiences to augment the course material”

“The instructor was highly knowledgeable and presented well He shared lot of ref material for future use”

“Material was fully covered, with additional explanation as appropriate. Good amount of time with sample test questions also provided a good basis for success with the upcoming cert exams.”

TOGAF Training

 

Web Age Solutions is your premiere provider for TOGAF® training. We provide the best TOGAF Training. Gain the knowledge and skills needed to become certified in TOGAF 9.2.

 

 

√  TOGAF® 9 Training Course, level 1, level 2 and Combined are fully-accredited by The Open Group.

√  TOGAF® 9 Training Course, level 1, level 2 and Combined includes Exam Vouchers.

The TOGAF 9 Training course provides in-depth information on the core principles and concepts of the TOGAF framework, while also helping learners to analyze and apply their knowledge in preparation for the official exams.


TOGAF Certification Exam

The TOGAF Certification Exam:

During this TOGAF 9.2 Training course, you will receive a voucher allowing you to schedule the TOGAF 9.2 Level 1 and Level 2 certification exam.The TOGAF®  Certification consists of two exams which must be passed in order to become TOGAF certified.

The TOGAF 9.2 Level 1 certification exam is a 60-minute closed book exam. The TOGAF Level 2 certification exam is a 90-minute open book exam. You must pass the exams to achieve certification.

The level one exam tests your basic knowledge of TOGAF® and is heavily focused on ensuring you understand the TOGAF® terminology and the basic purpose of the TOGAF® components.

The level two exam is much different from the level one exam. It has 8 multiple choice questions. Each question contains a scenario which is about a page in length followed by a question and the multiple choice answers.

Upon passing both exams, you will become TOGAF® certified.

Web Age’s training courses are designed not just to prepare students for the TOGAF® certification exams (which are administered by a third party), but also to give students the practical tools for performing architectural work.

TOGAF® 9 Training Course: Combined (Level 1 & 2) includes TOGAF  Exam Vouchers!

Check out our recorded webinars on TOGAF Level 2 Exam Questions

How should I prepare for the TOGAF Certification Exam?

Your preparation requirements for passing the TOGAF exam will depend on your current role and your understanding of IT enterprise architecture. However, structured TOGAF Certification training like courses we offer Web Age will arm you with the right information to assure positive results.

Why Choose Web Age Solutions?

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Various delivery methods

Flexible delivery methods are available depending on your learning style.

 

Resources

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We regularly offer classes in these and other cities. Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Calgary, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Jacksonville, Miami, Montreal, New York City, Orlando, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Toronto, Vancouver, Washington DC.