Roadmap to TOGAF Certification

Last updated on Oct 24, 20193827
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  • Overview of History of TOGAF and its Certification
  • The TOGAF Roadmap and Certification Process: Eligibility, Format and more
  • Ways to Crack the TOGAF certification in One Go
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About the E-book

TOGAF or “The Open Group Architecture Framework” is a developmental method used by enterprises to plan and design the IT architecture. The first version of TOGAF was started in 1995 and was based on the Technical Architecture Framework designed by the Department of Defense (DoD). Shortly after, the DoD handed over the framework to the Open Group Institute, which has handled it ever since. TOGAF is used to help organizations design an IT infrastructure that is adapted to meet their requirements. This is where trained TOGAF professionals come in; they communicate with various department heads and help design and implement an IT strategy quickly and effectively.

TOGAF takes a high-level approach to the framework used to plan, design, implement, and manage the Enterprise Architecture. Enterprise architecture is broken down into four distinct domains (data, technology, application, and business) and heavily relies on existing, standardized products and technologies.

There are various reasons to earn TOGAF certifications. A few of them are:

  • There’s a high demand for enterprise architects. As IT technology and architecture become even more tightly integrated into an organization’s success, savvy companies are using TOGAF to plan how their business’s enterprise architecture is managed on both a short- and long-term basis.
  • TOGAF certified professionals share common knowledge and expertise that can help these individuals better identify business needs.
  • Adding a credible certification can boost your salary and your career by leaps and bounds. TOGAF certified professionals earn more than than $80,000 annually.

This eBook outlines the TOGAF certification paths for aspirants and offers a walkthrough for your journey to becoming a TOGAF certified professional. Download this eBook for a complete TOGAF roadmap, understand ways to crack the certification in one go, and join the enterprise architecture realm.

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