2 595 € / 64 900 Kč


4 days

Delivery Methods

VILT / Private Group

The TOGAF® Standard, 10th Edition, is a proven, sustainable Enterprise Architecture framework that facilitates the delivery of effective business innovation. The TOGAF® Standard, 10th Edition defines a modular framework ideally suited to the support of strategic planning of an organizations’ assets and other key elements that are essential to enterprise architecture vendors and their tools. 

  • For businesses, the TOGAF® Standard,10th Edition empowers your organization with an adaptable framework that delivers practical, flexible and trusted governance. 
  • For Enterprise Architects, the TOGAF® Standard, 10th Edition provides an integrated, holistic view of an organizational landscape which enables strategic decision making by providing best practices for new business and technology trend adoption.
  • For consultants, the TOGAF® Standard,10th Edition provides a modular, scalable framework that enables organizational transformation for different use cases and architecture styles.

This intensive course covers the entire syllabus for TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture Foundation and TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture Practitioner, thereby preparing candidates for the TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture Part 1 and TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture Part 2 examinations. This course will provide students with the knowledge and a basic understanding of Enterprise Architecture using the TOGAF® approach. This course will also provide students with validation of the knowledge and comprehension, including the ability to analyze and apply the TOGAF® Standard, 10th Edition to developing, sustaining, and using an Enterprise Architecture. Students will obtain the ability to use, practice, and apply the TOGAF® approach generically.

Ideal for: This course is designed for those seeking to achieve the TOGAF®  Certified certificate, which is an important and valuable qualification, demonstrating increasingly higher levels of competence.

Upcoming Class Dates and Times

Start Date Location Delivery Price
Mon 12.08.2024 15:00 CET Prague, Czech Republic VILT English
64,900.00 Kč
Tue 15.10.2024 15:00 CET Prague, Czech Republic VILT English
64,900.00 Kč
Mon 09.12.2024 15:00 CET Prague, Czech Republic VILT English
64,900.00 Kč

Delivery methods

VILT LIVE Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT)

TILT Traditional Instructor-Led Training (TILT)

G2R Guaranteed to Run Class

Course & Certification Benefits

When you complete this course, you are entitled to receive a Certification of Completion upon request. This Certificate is not the same as the TOGAF® EA Level 1 and Level 2 Certifications. To achieve Certification, you must schedule, complete, and pass the Level 1 and Level 2 Certification Examinations.

Who should attend

  • Application Architects
  • Application Portfolio Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • Business Architects
  • CIOs and CTOs
  • Data Architects
  • Enterprise Architects
  • T. strategists, senior business analysts
  • Information Architects
  • Infrastructure Architects
  • IT Architects
  • Others responsible for change programs
  • Program Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Security Architects and Technology Vendors
  • Solution Architects
  • System Integrators
  • Technology Architects

Course Agenda

Introduction and TOGAF® Enterprise Architecture Learning Path

Module 1: Introduction and Concepts

  • Enterprise
  • The Purpose of Enterprise Architecture
  • The Benefits of Having an Enterprise Architecture
  • A Framework for Enterprise Architecture
  • Architecture Domains
  • Architecture Abstraction in Enterprise Architecture
  • The Enterprise Continuum
  • The Architecture Repository
  • The TOGAF® Content Framework and Enterprise Metamodel
  • Architecture Capability
  • Risk Management
  • Gap Analysis

Module 2: Definitions

  • TOGAF® Definitions that are examinable are covered throughout the course as part of other modules.

Module 3: Introduction to the ADM Phases

  • The TOGAF® ADM and its Phases
  • “Draft” and “Approved” Deliverables
  • Iteration and the ADM
  • Governing the Creation, Development, and Maintenance of Enterprise Architecture
  • How to Scope an Architecture
  • Architecture Alternatives, Concerns, and Trade-Off
  • Purpose: Preliminary Phase
  • Objectives: Preliminary Phase
  • Purpose: Phase A
  • Objectives: Phase A
  • Purpose: Phases B, C, and D
  • Objectives: Phase B
  • Objectives: Phase C: Data Architecture and Application Architecture
  • Objectives: Phase D
  • Purpose: Phase E
  • Objectives: Phase E
  • Purpose: Phase F
  • Objectives: Phase F
  • Purpose: Phase G
  • Objectives: Phase G
  • Purpose: Phase H
  • Objectives: Phase H
  • Objectives: Requirements Management
  • Purpose: Requirements Management
  • Information Flow Between ADM Phases
  • How Developing Architecture can be Applied to Support Agile Software Development

Module 4: Introduction to ADM Techniques

  • How the ADM and Supporting Guidelines and Techniques Relate to Each Other
  • Purpose: Architecture Principles
  • Template for Architecture Principles
  • What Makes a Good Architecture Principle
  • Business Scenarios
  • The Purpose of Gap Analysis
  • Interoperability
  • Business Transformation Readiness Assessment
  • Risk Management and the TOGAF® ADM

Module 5: Introduction to Applying the ADM

  • How to Apply the TOGAF® Standard
  • Iteration and the ADM
  • The Three Levels of the Architecture Landscape
  • Partitioning to Simplify the Development of an Enterprise Architecture
  • Purpose-Based Architecture Projects
  • Applying the TOGAF® Standard to Support the Digital Enterprise

Module 6: Introduction to Architecture Governance

  • Architecture Governance
  • Why Architecture Governance is Beneficial
  • The Role of an Architecture Board and its Responsibilities
  • Architecture Contracts
  • Architecture Compliance

Module 7: Architecture Content

  • Key Concepts: Stakeholders, Concerns, Architecture Views, Architecture Viewpoints, and their Relationships
  • Building Blocks and the ADM
  • The TOGAF® Standard Deliverables Created and Consumed in the TOGAF® ADM Phases

Module 8: The Context for Enterprise Architecture

  • Guiding Effective Change: The Purpose of Enterprise Architecture
  • What does an Enterprise Architecture look like?
  • Architecture Capability
  • Architecture Governance and the role of an Enterprise Architect
  • Architecture Compliance, Levels of Conformance, Reviews, and the Role of the Architect
  • How an Architecture enables alignment to Organizational Objectives using Agile development as an example
  • The need to Manage Multiple Architecture States
  • Enterprise Security Architecture
  • Security, a Cross-Cutting Concern
  • Managing Uncertainty in order to optimize Maximum Business Benefit and Minimum Business Loss
  • The Enterprise Architect and Enterprise Architecture in a Digital Enterprise

Module 9: Stakeholder Management

  • How to identify Stakeholders, their Concerns, Views, and the Communication involved
  • The use of Architecture Views
  • Stakeholder Engagement and Requirements Management
  • Using Trade-off to Support Architecture development

Module 10: Phase A, the Starting Point

  • Information necessary to execute the Architecture Vision phase
  • How to apply Phase A and how it contributes to Architecture Development Work
  • Security-specific Architecture Design that is sufficient — Phase A
  • Outputs necessary to proceed with the Architecture Development

Module 11: Architecture Development

  • Steps applicable to all ADM Phases
  • Risk and Security considerations during the Architecture Development (ADM Phases B to D)
  • Relevant Information to produce outputs valuable to the Architecture Development
  • How to apply Phases B, C, and D, and how they contribute to the Architecture Development work
  • Information relevant to Phase C (Data and Applications) to produce outputs for the Architecture Development
  • Information needed in Phase D to produce outputs relevant to the architecture development
  • Outputs of Phases B, C, and D necessary to proceed with the Architecture Development work

Module 12: Implementing the Architecture

  • Risk and Security considerations for Phases E, F, and G
  • Steps (Phase E) to create the Implementation and Migration Strategy
  • Basic Approaches to Implementation
  • Identifying and Grouping Work Packages
  • Creating and Documenting Transition Architectures
  • The Impact of Migration Projects on the Organization and the Coordination Required
  • Why and how Business Value is assigned to each Work Package
  • How to Prioritize the Migration Projects (Phase F)
  • Confirm the Architecture Roadmap (Phase F)
  • The outputs of Phase F necessary to Proceed with the Architecture Implementation
  • Inputs to Phase G Implementation Governance
  • How Implementation Governance is executed (Phase G)
    Outputs to support Architecture Governance
  • How Architecture Contracts are used to communicate with Implementers

Module 13: Architecture Change Management

  • Inputs triggering Change Management — Change Requests
  • Activities necessary for effective Change Management (Stakeholder Management)
    Outputs relevant to proceed with a Change

Module 14: Requirements Management

  • The inputs that feed the Requirements Management Phase
  • How the Requirements Management steps correspond to ADM Phase Steps
  • The Purpose of the outputs of Requirements Management

Module 15: Supporting the ADM Work

  • How The Open Group TOGAF® Library can be used to support the Practitioner’s Work
  • Business Scenarios
  • The purpose of Compliance Assessments
  • How Migration Planning techniques are used to review and consolidate the Gap Analysis results from earlier Phases
  • How a Repository can be structured using the TOGAF® Architecture Repository as an example
  • What to expect in a well-run Architecture Repository
  • How the concepts of Architecture Levels are used to organize the Architecture Landscape
  • Different Levels of Architecture that exist in an organization
  • Determining the Level that an Architecture is being Developed at
  • The Role of Architecture Building Blocks (ABBs)
  • Guidelines and Techniques for Business Architecture
  • Applying Gap Analysis
  • How Iteration can be used in Architecture Practices
  • How the Implementation Factor Catalog can be used
  • The Content Framework and the Enterprise Metamodel
  • When the Architecture Content Framework (ACF) needs to be filled throughout the ADM Cycles
  • Using an Enterprise Metamodel
  • Using a Taxonomy
  • How Risk Assessment can be used