TOGAF COURSE FOR PRACTITIONERS

Enterprise & IT Architecture is a growing discipline and has seen exponential growth over the last few years and is expected to grow even more rapidly in the future. Often IT Architecture has been seen as a backroom activity. Enterprise Architecture should get systems thinking out of the backroom and into the boardroom. From the original ideas of John Zachman the discipline has emerged to cover Business Process Management, Information Systems and Technology Infrastructure – all of which amounts to consciously architecting the enterprise rather than allowing the enterprise to happen by accident. iCMG already instructs candidates successfully in Zachman, Business Process Management and Enterprise & IT Architecture. The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) is one of the popular framework which can be used to mould various aspects of Enterprise Architecture. There is flexibility built into the TOGAF Framework, primarily through the key concept of the Architecture Development Method (the ADM) which is inherently adaptable to co-exist with other frameworks such as Zachman, BPM, SOA or Solution Architecture methodologies such as SDLC or even Agile. TOGAF provides a discipline for Enterprise Architecture while also providing the flexibility to adapt the method for any specific organisation or methodology. This 'openness' of TOGAF as demonstrated in one of the key values of The Open Group is one of the major factors which has led to the growing success of TOGAF over recent years. This 4 days workshop covers the latest version of the method – TOGAF 9 – and prepares candidates for the TOGAF 9 examination which is taken separately at a later date.

insurance and publishing. Topic • • • • Preliminary Phase Architecture Governance Business Scenarios Stakeholder Management Duration 60 min 45 min 30 min 30 min Course Introduction Management Overview TOGAF 9 Components Exercise / Case study Introduction to ADM Enterprise Continuum and Tools Architecture Repository Case Study / Mock Exam Questions Architecture Content Framework TOGAF Content Metamodel Case Study / Mock Exam Questions Duration 60 min 90 min 30 min 30 min 30 min 45 min 30 min 30 min 30 min 60 min 45 min . Roger has applied the ideas of Enterprise Architecture in a number of environments. No. and has experience of a number of other industries including banking. pharmaceuticals.Profile of the Trainer: Roger Cutts is a leading exponent of Enterprise Architecture and has over 30 years experience in some of the world’s leading corporations. He now spends his time delivering TOGAF Training Course around the world and has delivered courses in 5 continents and over 20 countries. A few years ago Roger found that the TOGAF methodology concurred very much with his own ideas and therefore became a practitioner and trainer in TOGAF version 8. Topic • • • • • • • • • • • Day II Sl. including all aspects of the System Development Life-Cycle. A Consultant and Trainer in the field of Enterprise Architecture.No. Influenced by the work of John Zachman in the 1980s. This has enabled him to develop a clear view of concepts such as architecture domains and functional models for a variety of businesses. In early 2009 Roger became one of the first people to become TOGAF 9 Certified and has run numerous TOGAF 9 events since. A logical analytical person and visionary out-of-the-box thinker who challenges the status quo and seeks the optimum solution. A friendly person who gets on with people and works with integrity and a determined and persistent person who sets goals and achieves them. An experienced IT Architect (TOGAF and ISEB Certified) who has worked for some of the world’s major businesses. and telecommunications. Course Overview of TOGAF 9 Day I Sl. including major consultancy companies.

Topic • • • • • • • • • • • Phase G Implementation Governance Phase H Architecture Change Management Architecture Requirements Management Case Study / Mock Exam Questions Architecture Partitioning Adapting the ADM: Iterations and Levels Adapting the ADM: Security Adapting the ADM: SOA Architecture Maturity Models Architecture Skills Framework Complete Mock Exam Phase C Information Systems Architecture Overview Phase C Data Architecture Case Study / Mock Exam Questions Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model Phase C Application Architecture Case Study / Mock Exam Questions Foundation Architecture .• • • • • • • • Day III Case Study / Mock Exam Questions Architecture Views and Viewpoints Building Blocks and the ADM Architecture Implementation Support Techniques Case Study / Mock Exam Questions Phase A Architecture Vision Phase B Business Architecture Case Study / Mock Exam Questions 30 min 45 min 45 min 30 min 45 min 30 min 60 min 45 min Sl.No.No.Technical Reference Model Phase D Technology Architecture Case Study / Mock Exam Questions Migration Planning Techniques Phase E Opportunities and Solutions Phase F Migration Planning Case Study / Mock Exam Questions Duration 30 min 60 min 30 min 30 min 60 min 30 min 30 min 60 min 30 min 30 min 30 min 30 min 30 min Duration 30 min 30 min 30 min 30 min 30 min 30 min 30 min 30 min 30 min 30 min 120 min . Topic • • • • • • • • • • • • • Day IV Sl.

TOGAF 9 Components This module explains the main components and key concepts of TOGAF 9 including: The Architecture Development Method. ADM Guidelines and Techniques. and the proposed contents of each section of the repository. Management Overview The Management Overview includes an introduction to The Open Group. This may be seen as a more rigorous way of describing the Content Framework. It is in a way analogous to the Zachman Framework. Architecture Content Framework The Architecture Content Framework is also a new feature of TOGAF 9 and suggests a set of Deliverables. Each of these components will be looked at in more detail subsequently. 4. 6. All these concepts will be explored in more detail throughout the course. Course Introduction This module introduces the course. 2. 3.Day 1 1. 5. This has been made more real in TOGAF 9 and the module also considers how tools may be used to support the Enterprise Architecture. 8. an overview of the purpose and benefits of Enterprise Architecture. . explains the paths to certification and provides a summary of all the modules in the course. the Enterprise Continuum and the Architecture Capability Framework. the TOGAF Reference Models. a new concept in TOGAF 9. Enterprise Continuum and Tools The Enterprise Continuum is a rather abstract concept for categorizing architectures. introduction to Architecture Frameworks and the Architecture Development Method. and an overview of the TOGAF components and the phases and steps of the method. TOGAF Content Metamodel The Content Metamodel is a way of using Architecture to describe Architecture and this model contains a detailed view of the Content Metamodel entities and their relationships. 7. the Architecture Content Framework. Architecture Repository This module describes the Architecture Repository. Artifacts and Building Blocks to describe the Enterprise Architecture. Introduction to ADM This module provides an introduction to the phases of the ADM and considers under what circumstances the ADM may be adapted.

4. Architecture Implementation Support Techniques This module covers some supporting techniques to the TOGAF ADM. Business Scenarios The Business Scenarios session describes an approach for eliciting Business Processes or Requirements including the SMART technique and a step by step description of the approach. learning will be reinforced through the use of case study exercises and mock examination questions. 7. Stakeholder Analysis. at various points during each day. the use of an Architecture Board. Phase A Architecture Vision This module describes Phase A of the ADM . 2. approach. including some standard definitions. 3. These are all new techniques in TOGAF 9. 8. including a framework and structure for Enterprise Architecture Governance. 6. Building Blocks and the ADM Building Blocks have always been important conceptually in TOGAF and this thinking has remained in TOGAF 9. Business Transformation Readiness. Architecture Contracts and Compliance Reviews. including the objectives. including the objectives. inputs. Preliminary Phase This module describes the Preliminary Phase of the ADM. some examples of views and viewpoints and their relationship to the TOGAF Content Framework. Stakeholder Grid and Stakeholder Map. Case Study / Mock Exam Questions Throughout the course. It also introduces the topics of Architecture Governance and Architecture Principles. Stakeholder Management Stakeholder Management is another new technique in TOGAF 9 including: Stakeholder Identification. Architecture Governance Architecture Governance covers the subject of Governance from the point of view of Enterprise Architecture.9. This module explains the importance of Building Blocks and shows the development of the idea through a worked example. steps and outputs of the phase. Day 2 1.Architecture Vision. steps and outputs of the phase . 5. including Managing Interoperability Requirements. Architecture Views and Viewpoints This module draws on IEEE standard 1471 to describe a metamodel for Views and Viewpoints. Risk Assessment and Capability Planning. inputs. approach.

Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference model This module describes one of the standard TOGAF Reference Models .the III/RM . Foundation Architecture .Information Systems Architecture which includes Data Architecture and Application Architecture.Technology Architecture. 5. steps and outputs of the phase. steps and outputs of the phase.Application Architecture. 2. 4. It also includes some sample Business Architecture artifacts. steps and outputs of the phase. It also includes some sample Data Architecture artifacts. Phase C Information Systems Architecture Overview This module is a general introduction to Phase C .Business Architecture. 6. including the objectives. Day 3 1. It also includes some sample Application Architecture artifacts. 10. at various points during each day. including the objectives.9. Phase C Application Architecture This module describes Phase C of the ADM .the TRM . Phase D Technology Architecture This module describes Phase D of the ADM . Phase B Business Architecture This module describes Phase B of the ADM . steps and outputs of the phase. inputs. including the objectives.Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model which supports a vision of Boundaryless Information Flow through a pattern for an Integration Framework. inputs. It also includes some sample Technology Architecture artifacts.Data Architecture. Case Study / Mock Exam Questions Throughout the course. approach. Phase C Data Architecture This module describes Phase C of the ADM . . approach. learning will be reinforced through the use of case study exercises and mock examination questions. approach. inputs.Technical Reference Model which represents a logical model for a Technology or Infrastructure Architecture. inputs. approach. 3. including the objectives.Technical Reference Model This module describes another of the standard TOGAF Reference Models .

It also shows where some of the Techniques of Architecture Governance are used. steps and outputs of the phase. 3. Solutions and Dependencies Matrix . 9. inputs. the Consolidated Gaps. inputs. the Architecture Definition Increments table . including the objectives. Phase H Architecture Change Management This module describes Phase H of the ADM -Architecture Change Management. approach. the Enterprise Architecture State Evolution Table and the Business Value Assessment Technique. Migration Planning Techniques This module is new to TOGAF 9 and describes some key Migration Planning Techniques including: the Implementation Factor Assessment and Deduction Matrix. learning will be reinforced through the use of case study exercises and mock examination questions. Architecture Requirements Management This module describes the Architecture Requirements Management Phase of the ADM. The module covers concepts such as partitioning. Case Study / Mock Exam Questions Throughout the course.7. including the objectives. approach. It also shows where some of the Migration Planning Techniques are used in this Phase. Phase E Opportunities and Solutions This module describes Phase E of the ADM . 8. It also shows where the remaining Migration Planning Techniques are used in this Phase. segmentation and the use of architecture domains. approach. steps and outputs of the phase. at various points during each day. and summarizes the use of the Migration Planning Techniques across Phases E and F. 4. 10. inputs.Opportunities and Solutions. steps and outputs of the phase. Architecture Partitioning This module describes how an overall Enterprise Architecture can be partitioned to meet the specific needs of an organization. Day 4 1. steps and outputs of the phase. . inputs. approach. including the objectives. approach. 2. including the objectives. Phase G Implementation Governance This module describes Phase G of the ADM -Implementation Governance. Phase F Migration Planning This module describes Phase F of the ADM .Migration Planning. inputs. steps and outputs of the phase. including the objectives.

Understand how to apply TOGAF. the level of detail to be undertaken and the balance between the two approaches. • • . 10. 11. 6. 7. at various points during each day. KEY BENEFITS By the end of this course participants should be able to: • • • Describe the purpose and benefits of Enterprise Architecture using TOGAF Understand and explain the structure and detailed content of the TOGAF Methodology Preparation for TOGAF 9 Examinations enabling candidates to sit the TOGAF Exams with confidence. benefits and structure of the TOGAF Architecture Skills Framework. Adapting the ADM: SOA The objective of this module is to obtain an understanding of of how the ADM can be adapted for the SOA style of architecture. Architecture Skills Framework This module describes the purpose. It considers factors influencing the use of iteration with the ADM.5. describes where the ideas have come from and how they can be applied to Enterprise Architecture using TOGAF. and to adapt it if necessary to work with other existing methods Thorough understanding of the TOGAF 9 Enterprise Architecture Framework and Methodology. 9. Complete Mock Exam Where time permits and it is required by the candidates a complete mock exam may be taken at the end of the course. 8. learning will be reinforced through the use of case study exercises and mock examination questions. Adapting the ADM: Security The objective of this module is to obtain an understanding of the security considerations that need to be addressed during application of the ADM. Architecture Maturity Models This module explains the role of Maturity Models. Case Study / Mock Exam Questions Throughout the course. Adapting the ADM: Iterations and Levels This module describes how to apply iteration and different levels of architecture with the ADM.

Understanding of the relationship between Enterprise Architecture and Business and IT Strategy. Solution Architectures. Understanding of the use of TOGAF with other architecture concepts such as SOA.• Appreciation of the value of TOGAF as the world-leading methodology for Enterprise Architecture. Understanding the importance of Business involvement in the Enterprise Architecture especially in terms of Governance. Ability to apply Enterprise Architecture ideas straightaway in their own organization. Overall understanding of the ideas of Enterprise Architecture and how to apply them. Understanding of the benefits of Enterprise Architecture using TOGAF in their own organization. TOGAF is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries Who Should Attend? Enterprise Architects IT Architects Data Architects Business Analysts Business Process Managers Process Architects . Knowledge and understanding of the value of Data Architecture and Application Architecture as part of an overall Enterprise Architecture Framework. Knowledge and understanding of the place of Business Process Management in Enterprise Architecture. Increased understanding of the results of Enterprise Architecture from the use of case studies and examples. All the Participants shall receive the Participation Certificate signed by Roget • • • • • • • • • • • • Cutts. Ability to take advantage of TOGAF as a flexible methodology and the ability to apply TOGAF in conjunction with other methodologies such as Zachman and BPM. Understanding the place and importance of Technology Infrastructure Architecture in the context of Enterprise Architecture. Security and others. Maturity and Skills.

CIOs. Chief Architects Senior Executives who want to learn how peers at the world's leading organizations are creating business advantage using architecture strategies Prerequisites: The prerequisite knowledge for participants includes: Experience of IT Architecture or Design Either strong technical background or business analysis background General knowledge of business systems and processes Some knowledge of modelling notations such as UML and BPMN or others.Application Architects Solution Architects Software Architects Technology Architects Infrastructure Architects Systems Analysts IT Strategists Business Strategists Corporate Planners Programme Managers Quality Managers Project Managers CTOs. TOGAF is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries .

Registration Fee (excluding service tax) on or before 17 Dec 2010 18 to 31 Dec 2010 After 1 Jan 2011 Group Discount 5% discount for group of 3 participants.Kulkarni@iCMGworld.Venue Bangalore: 17 .20 Jan '11 Chennai: 31 Jan . They must be booked separately and are subject to additional fees.Begumpet Hyderabad India Tel: 0 40 39884422 Sun n Sand No. Dr.262. 10% discount for group of 5 participants.com .600 004 India Tel: 0 44 2811 4700 Pune: 07 – 10 Feb '11 Fortune Select Manohar Begumpet.13 Jan '11 Hotel Savera No. Contact us: Priya Kulkarni Tel: +91 80 4147 2285 Cell: +91 99016 79634 Priya. 146.RadhaKrishnanSalai Mylapore Chennai . Examinations are not provided as part of the course. Airport Exit Road. Bund Garden Road Pune .03 Feb '11 The Capitol Hotel No 3 Rajbhavan Rd Near Vidhana Soudha Sampangirama Nagar Bengaluru India Tel: 0 80 2228 1234 Hyderabad: 10 .411001 India Tel: 0 20 2616 7777 Timing: The workshop is scheduled to start at 08:30 am to 06:30 pm.