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The TOGAF Standard is a framework for Enterprise Architecture. It may be used freely for non-commercial use by any organization wishing to develop an Enterprise Architecture for use within that organization.
This Enterprise Architecture Foundation and Practitioner course is based on material from the updated TOGAF Standard, 10th Edition. It covers all the Foundation and Practitioner (Parts 1 and 2) syllabus topics, which include:
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The TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Foundation and Practitioner course covers:
Individuals completing the Practitioner level will be able to demonstrate the ability to apply:
Module zero introduces you to the course main features, learning plan, aims and objectives, and structure.
It also offers a course guide, diagram packs, plus a document containing further reading and links to download essential copies of the framework publications.
Module one answers several fundamental questions, such as:
This module also introduces the core concepts of the TOGAF Standard. This includes an initial outline of the Architecture Development Method (ADM), the Enterprise Continuum, Architecture Repository, Content Framework, Enterprise Metamodel and Enterprise Capability.
Module two explains the basic structure of the ADM and explores the governance and scoping of Enterprise Architecture.
Module 3 outlines the purpose and objectives of each of the phases of the ADM: the Preliminary Phase and Phases A-H. It also explains Requirements Management and architecture in an Agile Enterprise.
Module 4 introduces the ADM supporting guidelines and techniques. It outlines the purpose of Architecture Principles and what makes a good Architecture Principle. It goes on to explain business scenarios, interoperability, the Business Transformation Readiness Assessment and risk management.
Module 5 explains where to find detailed guidance on applying the TOGAF Standard, how to apply iteration to the ADM, the Architecture Landscape, Architecture Partitioning and the purposes of EA Capability.
The module concludes with an explanation of how the TOGAF Standard supports the digital enterprise.
Module 6 explains the concept of Architecture Governance, focusing first on its nature and characteristics. It then describes the role and responsibilities of an Architecture Board along with the role of Architecture Contracts and Architecture Compliance.
Module 7 focuses on Architecture content — the outputs produced while executing the ADM. It begins by defining key concepts of Architectural Artifacts, what building blocks are and their use in the ADM. It then describes the TOGAF Standard deliverables created and consumed in different ADM phases.
There are two practice exams. One has been provided by The Open Group. The other has been created by Good e-Learning.
Module 9 provides information on booking the exam and other courses of interest.
Module 0 introduces you to the course main features, learning plan, aims and objectives, and structure.
It also offers a course guide, diagram packs, a further reading and links document and links to download essential copies of the framework publications.
Module 1 defines what Enterprise Architecture is and looks at Architecture Governance and Architecture Security. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.
Module 2 looks at how Agile development and digital business is managed in TOGAF and iteration in the TOGAF method.. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.
Module 3 looks at Phase A of the ADM and how stakeholders are managed during Architecture work. It explores key aspects of phase A, Architecture views and viewpoints and alternatives and trade-offs. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.
Module 4 explores Phases B, C and D of the ADM. It looks at the inputs, outputs, steps and approach for each phase. It also explores security concerns related to each phase. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.
Module 5 explores Phases E, F and G of the ADM. It looks at the inputs, outputs, steps and approach for each phase. It also explores security concerns related to each phase. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.
Module 6 looks at how Change is Managed in Phase H of the ADM and how requirements are managed throughout the ADM in the Requirements Management Phase. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.
Module 7 looks at key concepts that support the ADM. These include Business Scenarios, Migration Planning Techniques, Compliance reviews and the Architecture Landscape.
Module 8 explores the Architecture Repository and the Enterprise Metamodel, which is used to organize Architecture content. The module includes a scenario, where individuals can demonstrate application of their knowledge.
Module 9 contains a series of exam preparation exercises based on real-world scenarios and a timed practice exam.
Module 10 provides information on booking the exam and other courses of interest.
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This course comes with two practice TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Foundation (Part 1) exams and a TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Practitioner (Part 2) exam. There are answers included to aid students preparing for their official Foundation (Part 1) and Practitioner (Part 2) exams.
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‘Enterprise architecture’ describes the role of creating ‘architectures’ of IT infrastructures. This includes how the architectures are put together and how different elements interact, providing a clearer perspective. Organisations often employ TOGAF certified architects to help them align architectures with business goals.
This can be vital when supporting large-scale enterprise transformation, IT growth, and organisational change.
TOGAF is an acronym for The Open Group Architecture Framework.
The Open Group works with customers, suppliers, and standards organisations such as Consortia. They collaborate to capture and clarify technology requirements, establish standards and policies, and share best practices.
The TOGAF standard is used by organizations of almost every size, sector, and industry. Enterprise Architecture is becoming a common practice for maximizing efficiency and managing complex business strategies. This has led to an increase in demand for TOGAF certified architects.
While any organization can use the TOGAF Standard, only a certified architect has been trained how to utilise it properly.
Students begin with TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Foundation (Part 1). Passing this allows them to proceed to the TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Practitioner (Part 2) exam. There are no prerequisites for taking the TOGAF Business Architecture (BA) exam. The credential courses can be taken without passing an exam.
According to Payscale, TOGAF-certified professionals can earn between $85,000 and $202,000 (or £39,000 and £202,000).
TOGAF-certified architects find work in various industries all over the world. This is increasingly so due to collaboration between business and IT infrastructures becoming ever more essential for remaining competitive.
The TOGAF framework is used worldwide, with certified professionals in over 130 countries. Exams are commonly taken in the UK, USA, India, the Netherlands, and Australia, though architects can find work almost anywhere.
TOGAF is a beneficial tool for businesses to effectively pursue enterprise transformation and IT growth, while also ensuring their IT infrastructure is in line with business goals.
It provides examples and tutorials to help simplify EA programs and can help reduce the amount of time needed to be spent preparing for future programs.
The TOGAF Foundation (Part 1) exam is 60 minutes and 40 questions long, and is strictly closed-book. Students who are not native English-speakers can be allocated 30 minutes of extra time. The pass mark is 60%.
The TOGAF Practitioner (Part 2) exam is 90 questions long with eight questions and a 6-% pass mark.
Every Good e-Learning EA certification course comes with FREE exam vouchers and free resits via Exam Pledge. The Exam Pledge offers free resits of the TOGAF exams in the event of a failed attempt.
The Good eLearning TOGAF Enterprise Architecture: Foundation & Practitioner course first provides an incremental introduction to the TOGAF Standard, 10th Edition and the secondly, goes into the full extent of Enterprise Architecture, but more importantly, the usefulness of the newly structured and expanded TOGAF Standard.