TOGAF - Mumbai

TOGAF - Mumbai


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About The Event

Our Focus: Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF

GIL is dedicated to providing training to professionals from all enterprises (corporate, government departments, NGOs, etc.) in TOGAF, along with consultancy services in implementing TOGAF successfully. This training will lead to good architecture, which is essential for a successful and profitable business.
“We have come to understand that enterprise architecture boils down to these two concepts: business process integration and business process standardization. In short enterprise architecture is not an IT issue – it is a business issue.”
– Jeanne W. Ross, Peter Weill, David C. Robertson in their book ‘Enterprise Architecture as Strategy’
While technology continues to grow at an exponential rate and play a critical role in business, there is still a need for well laid out structures and architecture. Good architecture is a good strategy, and this architecture is provided by The Open Group developed framework, TOGAF.
Our faculty has 40 years of corporate experience accrued enough knowledge and gained a unique skill set to be the ideal person to teach about TOGAF.

4 Days Course Outline : Part 1 & Part 2 - TOGAF® 9.1 Certified 

Course Introduction

The Architecture Repository

The Architecture Content Framework

The Architecture Content Meramodel

The Preliminary Phase

Business Scenarios

Stakeholder Management

Architecture Implementation Support Techniques

Phase A: Architecture Vision

Phase B: Business Architecture – Catalogs, Diagrams and Matrices 

Phase C: Information Systems Architectures 

Phase C: Data Architecture

Phase C: Data Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams

The Integrated Information Infrastructure

Reference Model

Phase C: Applications Architecture

Phase C: Applications Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams 

Foundation Architecture  

Phase D: Technology Architecture  

Phase D: Technology Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams  

Migration Planning Techniques  

Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions  

Phase F: Migration Planning  

Phase G: Implementation Governance  

Phase H: Architecture Change Management 

ADM Requirements Management  

Architecture Partitioning  

Guidelines for Adapting the ADM

Iteration and Levels  Guidelines for Adapting the ADM

Security  Guidelines for Adapting the ADM

SOA  Architecture Maturity Models  

Architecture Skills Framework

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