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Course NT-TOGAF TOGAF. Creation and management of enterprise IT architecture

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Modern universal TOGAF framework for building IT-architecture of enterprises. It provides guidelines for establishing and using practices to build architecture in line with long-term enterprise transformation plans and design the necessary capabilities to support these transformations.

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • calculate the required capacity of the infrastructure;
  • create an information architecture of the enterprise, taking into account the needs for services and information security requirements.

Audience Profile

  • IT architects who need guidance and techniques for using the TOGAF framework in their organization.
  • Business managers who need to apply TOGAF in their organization.
  • Professionals whose activities are related to enterprise architecture projects.
  • Professionals who need to gain an understanding of the fundamentals of TOGAF.
  • Professionals preparing for the TOGAF exam.

Before attending this course, students must have:

  • experience in managing IT departments of medium and large companies, managing or participating in the implementation of IT projects.
  1. Enterprise architectures
    • Definition of CISR MIT
    • Definition by Mark Lanhorst
    • Definition of FEA
    • Gartner Definition
    • Definition without IT jargon
  2. Link between strategy and execution
  3. The link between business and IT
  4. What is enterprise architecture for?
    • Company development model
    • Enterprise Architecture in TOGAF
    • TOGAF architecture types (domains)
    • Current Enterprise Architecture
    • Target Enterprise Architecture
    • Transition plan
  5. Needs Analysis
    • SWOT examples
    • PEST Examples
    • gap
  6. The Four Domains of Enterprise Architecture
  7. Three levels of detail
  8. Decomposition
  9. General scheme
    • Architecture/Infrastructure
    • Infrastructure
    • IT service management
    • General scheme. Enterprise architecture. Story
    • Why is Enterprise Architecture needed?
    • Focus IT activities on business goals and objectives
    • Establish cooperation between business and IT
    • Get the most value from IT
    • Manage change
    • Mergers and acquisitions
    • Launching new products to the market and launching new lines of business
    • New technologies
    • Bring order to IT
    • Fast, high quality and inexpensive
    • Manage IT development
  10. Do you need an enterprise architecture in your company?
    • What is the IT director's interest?
    • Practice. From theory to results
    • How is the architectural practice structured?
    • What is an architectural framework ?
  11. TOGAF
    • Structure of TOGAF
    • Enterprise architecture processes
    • Enterprise Architecture Development Process (ADM)
    • Supplies, artifacts, building blocks
    • Example Architecture Definition Document
    • Organization of architectural activities as an operational component
    • Benefits in Architecture Management
    • The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF)
    • Terminology
    • 10 key success factors for an architectural project
    • Description of the enterprise architecture
    • Enterprise continuum
    • Architectural repository
    • Architecture Integration
  12. architecture Development Method (ADM)
    • ADM steps
    • Phase A Steps
    • Phase A output
  13. Phase B. Business Architecture
    • An approach
    • Development of a baseline description
    • business modeling
    • UML business class diagram example
    • Architectural repository
    • Non -architectural and architectural background information
    • Architectural outgoing information
    • Phase B steps
    • Imprint
  14. Phase C. Information systems architecture
    • Initial information
    • Phase C steps
    • Data Architecture: Data Management
    • Data Architecture: Data Migration
    • Data administration
    • Data architecture background
    • Phase C steps
    • Imprint
  15. Phase D. Technology Architecture
    • An approach
    • Initial information
    • Initial situation: architectural
    • Phase D. Steps
    • Imprint
  16. Phase E. Opportunities and Solutions
    • Phase E. Approach
    • Initial information
    • Architectural background information
    • Steps
    • Imprint
  17. Phase F: Migration Planning
    • An approach
    • Initial information
    • Initial architectural information
    • Steps
    • Imprint
  18. Phase G: Implementation Management
    • An approach
    • Initial information
    • Initial architectural information
    • Steps
    • Imprint
  19. Phase H: Architecture Change Management
    • An approach
    • Initial information
    • Background: new concept
    • Steps
    • Imprint
  20. ADM architectural requirements management
    • An approach
    • Requirements development
    • Initial information
    • Imprint
  21. 8+1 key TOGAF documents
  22. How to choose tools for enterprise architecture development?
  23. Enterprise Architects
  24. How to "grow" architects?
  25. How to manage architectural practice?
  26. 5 myths about enterprise architecture
    • Myth 1. Enterprise architecture is needed to “do everything right”, make it architecturally correct
    • Myth 2: Architects must replace all old systems with new ones.
    • Myth 3. Enterprise architecture? Yes, I heard, but it is unlikely that this will work in your industry, in your company)
    • Myth 4: Enterprise Architecture is a pure IT discipline. It is only needed by the IT service
    • Myth 5. A good architect is the most skilled technical specialist.

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