Exam Prep: Enterprise Architecture Foundations 9.2

Exam Prep: Enterprise Architecture Foundations 9.2

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The Open Group Architecture Framework, or TOGAF, is a framework and methodology for developing enterprise-level software. TOGAF provides an approach for designing, planning, implementing, and governing enterprise IT architecture. This high-level, systematic approach is designed to reduce error, maintain timelines, keep the project on budget and align IT with business units. If you’re looking to get certified in TOGAF, join Shane Chagpar in this course, as he provides an overview of the TOGAF Foundation exam, taking you step-by-step through the learning objectives for the Level 1 exam.

Table of Contents

1 Preparing for the TOGAF exam

2 TOGAF exam
3 TOGAF learning goals
4 About the TOGAF exam
5 Deliverables and key terminology

1. Basic Concepts
6 What is enterprise architecture, and why is it needed
7 Why is a framework necessary
8 What are the key areas of the TOGAF standard
9 Deliverables, artifacts, and building blocks

2. The Architecture Development Method (ADM)
10 Phases Purpose, objectives, and approach, part I
11 Phases Purpose, objectives, and approach, part II
12 The architecture development cycle
13 The architecture development cycle within TOGAF
14 The need for governance
15 Scoping and integrating activity and domains

3. The Enterprise Continuum and Tools
16 Core concepts Enterprise Continuum
17 Purpose and constituent parts
18 The Architecture Repository

4. Guidelines and Techniques
19 Principles, scenarios, and gap analysis overview
20 Interoperability, transformation, maturity, risk, and capability overview

5. Governance
21 Governance overview
22 Establishing and maintaining architecture capability
23 The architecture board and compliance

6. Views, Viewpoints, and Stakeholders
24 Views and viewpoints overview

7. Building Blocks
25 Building blocks overview

8. Reference Models
26 Using TOGAF with other frameworks
27 TOGAF reference models overview