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    ITpreneurs IT Governance and Stra

    PARTICIPANT HANDBOOK

    Combined Level 1 & Level 2 release 2.0.0

    TOGAF 9.1 Certified

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    Contents

    LIST OF ICONS vii

    FOLLOW US ix

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS xi

    MODULE 1: COURSE INTRODUCTION 1

    Overview 2

    Introductions 2

    Course Objectives 3

    Course Material 4

    Important Information 5

    Case Study 5

    Summary 27

    MODULE 2: ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE AN INTRODUCTION 29

    Learning Objectives 30

    Defining Enterprise 31

    Defining Architecture 34

    Architecture vs Design 39

    Enterprise Architecture 41

    Architecture Framework 44

    ArchiMate 49

    Summary 50

    MODULE 3: TOGAF9.1 AN INTRODUCTION 51

    Learning Objectives 52

    The Open Group - An Overview 53

    TOGAF9.1 - An Overview 57

    Kinds of Architecture 62

    Core Concepts 64

    Changes 84

    TOGAF9.1 87

    Case Study Discussion 89

    Summary 91

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    MODULE 4 THE ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT METHOD 93

    Learning Objectives 94

    Introduction to the ADM 95

    Architecture Development Method 102

    Version Control of Deliverables 103

    Identifying the Main Deliverables 104

    Relationship Between the ADM and Other Parts of TOGAF 105Case Study Discussion 106

    Phases in the ADM 111

    Summary 160

    MODULE 5: ADAPTING TOGAF TO THE CONTEXT 161

    Learning Objectives 162

    Adapting TOGAF 163

    Adapting the ADM 168

    Scoping the Architecture 170

    Partitioning the Architecture 177Case Study Discussion 182

    Applying Iterations to the ADM 184

    Revisiting the Preliminary Phase 190

    ADM Guidelines and Techniques 191

    Summary 194

    MODULE 6: ARCHITECTURE PRINCIPLES AND REQUIREMENTS 195

    Learning Objectives 196

    Principles 197

    Architecture Principles 203Developing Architecture Principles 209

    Applying Architecture Principles 212

    Architecture Requirements 216

    Case Study Discussion 218

    Summary 220

    MODULE 7: ARCHITECTURE VISION 221

    Learning Objectives 222

    Steps of Architecture Vision Phase 223

    Business Scenarios 224Summary 238

    MODULE 8: STAKEHOLDER MANAGEMENT AND RISK MANAGEMENT 239

    Learning Objectives 240

    Stakeholder Management 241

    Risk Management 247

    Case Study Discussion 253

    Summary 254

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    MODULE 9: SECURITY ARCHITECTURE 255

    Learning Objectives 256

    Introducing Security Architecture 257

    Security Architecture 262

    Summary 266

    MODULE 10: ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION AND SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE 267

    Learning Objectives 268

    Boundaryless Information Flow 269

    III-RM 270

    Interoperability Requirements 275

    Case Study Discussion 285

    SOA 286

    Summary 291

    MODULE 11: ARCHITECTURE PATTERNS 293

    Learning Objectives 294

    Introduction to Architecture Pattern 295

    Architecture Pattern 297

    Applying Architecture Pattern 300

    Summary 301

    MODULE 12: ENTERPRISE CONTINUUM AND ARCHITECTURE REPOSITORY 303

    Learning Objectives 304

    Enterprise Continuum 305

    Architecture Repository 311

    Summary 321

    MODULE 13: ARCHITECTURE CONTENT FRAMEWORK 323

    Learning Objectives 324

    Architectural Work Products 325

    Content Framework 326

    Content Metamodel 327

    Content Metamodel in Detail 333

    Content Metamodel Extensions 334

    Artifacts 344

    Deliverables 354

    Building Blocks 355

    Summary 360

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    MODULE 14: BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE PHASE 361

    Learning Objectives 362

    Architecture Development Iteration 363

    Business Architecture Phase 366

    Business Architecture Artifacts 370

    Summary 380

    MODULE 15: INFORMATION SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURES 381

    Learning Objectives 382

    Information Systems Architectures Artifacts 383

    Case study Discussion 395

    Summary 396

    MODULE 16: TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURE 397

    Learning Objectives 398

    TRM 399

    Technology Architecture Artifacts 405

    Case Study Discussion 409

    Summary 410

    MODULE 17: TRANSITION PLANNING 411

    Learning Objectives 412

    Opportunities and Solutions Phase and Migration Planning Phase 413

    Opportunities and Solutions Phase 415

    Migration Planning Phase 417

    Steps in the Opportunities and Solutions and Migration Planning Phases 420

    Steps in the Opportunities and Solutions Phase 422

    Steps in the Migration Planning Phase 422

    Gap Analysis 423

    Transition Architecture 425

    Migration Planning 426

    Migration Planning Techniques 427

    Summary 432

    MODULE 18: BUILDING ORGANIZATIONAL CAPABILITY 433

    Learning Objectives 434

    Capability-Based Planning 435

    Case Study Discussion 1 441

    Business Transformation Readiness Assessment 442

    Building Architecture Capability 450

    Case Study Discussion 2 462

    Summary 463

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    MODULE 19: ARCHITECTURE GOVERNANCE 465

    Learning Objectives 466

    Implementation Governance Phase and Architecture Change Management Phase 467

    Implementation Governance Phase Phase G 468

    Architecture Change Management Phase Phase H 470

    Steps in the Implementation Governance and Architecture Change Management Phases 472

    Steps in the Implementation Governance Phase 474Steps in the Architecture Change Management Phase 475

    Architecture Capability Framework 476

    Architecture Board 477

    Architecture Compliance 483

    Architecture Conformance 487

    Architecture Board and Architecture Compliance 489

    Architecture Contracts 490

    Architecture Governance 495

    Summary 497

    MODULE 20: THE ARCHITECT 499

    Learning Objectives 500

    Role of the Architect 501

    Skills 504

    Key Characteristics 509

    Architecture Skills Framework 510

    Summary 513

    MODULE 21: EXAM PREPARATION GUIDE 515

    Learning Objectives 516Value of Certification 516

    Types of TOGAF Certification 516

    Examination Format 516

    Useful Tips for Taking the Exam 517

    Practice Test Part 1 519

    Practice Test Part 2 543

    APPENDIX A: CASE STUDY 563

    APPENDIX B: COURSE AGENDA 569

    APPENDIX C: RECAP EXERCISE 575

    APPENDIX D: GLOSSARY 579

    APPENDIX E: SYLLABUS 593

    APPENDIX F: DIAGRAMS (MACRO VIEW) 611

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    APPENDIX G: RELEASE NOTES 615

    PARTICIPANT FEEDBACK FORM 617

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    LIST OF ICONS

    My Notes Blank pages at the end of the book for note taking.

    The zoomed graphics are available at the end of the presentation slides andin Appendix F.

    Click the icon in the presentation slide to view the zoomed graphic.

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    Module 1Course Introduction

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    TOGAF9.1 Certified (Combined Level 1 & Level 2)

    OVERVIEW

    The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) is an industry-recognized Enterprise Architectureframework used widely across the world. This framework is envisioned for Enterprise Architects, Business

    Architects, IT Architects, Data Architects, Systems Architects, Solutions Architects, and others responsiblefor or associated with the Architecture function in an organization.

    The ITpreneurs TOGAF 9.1 Combined course assists participants in acquiring Level 1 and Level 2certifications in one go. This course is aimed at participants who require basic to advanced knowledge ofTOGAF9.1 and is also aimed at professionals who participate in Architecture projects and initiatives aswell as those who are into development of Architecture artifacts.

    INTRODUCTIONS

    Instructor

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    Participant | TOGAF9.1 Certified (Combined Level 1 & Level 2) | Course Introduction

    Participants

    COURSE OBJECTIVES

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    Participant | TOGAF9.1 Certified (Combined Level 1 & Level 2) | Course Introduction

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    CASE STUDY

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    TOGAF9.1 Certified (Combined Level 1 & Level 2)

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