TOGAF® Course Overview

The TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro is a comprehensive and scalable course for building enterprise designs. The TOGAF training in Rio De Janeiro course is curated to give students the knowledge they need to pass the TOGAF Foundation Level 1 and Level 2 exams, and start using the framework as qualified practitioners.

TOGAF® Training Key Features

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  • Open Group accredited course- Free exam retake*
  • 134 end-of-chapter quizzes and four practice tests
  • Exam fee included

Skills Covered

  • Core concepts of TOGAF
  • Details of architecture governance
  • Adapting ADM architecture
  • Architecture maturity models
  • Architecture skills framework

Benefits

TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro ensures that individuals acquire the important in-depth knowledge and serve as the solution for complex and tougher tech-related issues.This certification course offering TOGAF training in Rio De Janeiro is pursued by developers and project leaders to advance their careers as senior architects.

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Training Options

Self-Paced Learning

$ 899

  • Lifetime access to high-quality self-paced eLearning content curated by industry experts
  • 4 simulation test papers for self-assessment
  • TOGAF 9 exam voucher included
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support

online Bootcamp

$ 1,299

  • Everything in Self-Paced Learning, plus
  • 90 days of flexible access to online classes
  • Live, online classroom training by top instructors and practitioners
  • Classes starting in Rio De Janeiro from:-
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  • Blended learning delivery model (self-paced eLearning and/or instructor-led options)
  • Flexible pricing options
  • Enterprise grade Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Enterprise dashboards for individuals and teams
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support

TOGAF Course Curriculum

Eligibility

Our TOGAF training Rio De Janeiro is designed for learners and working professionals who are interested in learning more about Enterprise Architecture and TOGAF®, while gaining the renowned TOGAF® Certified designation. This comprehensive training improves a candidate's architectural awareness while also teaching adaptable system modification strategies, boosting knowledge and job possibilities.
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Pre-requisites

There are no prerequisites for taking this TOGAF® certification training course.
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Course Content

  • TOGAF 9 Foundation Training

    Preview
    • L1 00 - TOGAF-V92-M0-Course-Intro

      09:53Preview
      • 00.01 Standard Courseware Version 9.2 Edition
        00:16
      • 00.04 TOGAF 9 Certification Levels
        00:36
      • 00.05 TOGAF 9 Foundation Training
        00:45
      • 00.06 TOGAF 9 Certified Training
        00:38
      • 00.07 TOGAF 9 Certification Levels
        00:12
      • 00.08 Paths to Certification
        00:37
      • 00.09 Prerequisite Knowledge
        00:22
      • 00.10 Course Objectives
        00:28
      • 00.11 Target Audience Objectives
        01:12
      • 00.12 TOGAF 9 Foundation Training Applicable Modules
        00:36
      • 00.13 TOGAF 9 Certified Training Applicable Modules
        00:23
      • 00.14 TOGAF 9 Certified Course Content Part1
        00:27
      • 00.15 Course Content Part2
        00:31
      • 00.16 Course Content Part 3
        00:30
      • 00.17 Course Content Part4
        00:16
      • 00.18 Course Content Part5
        00:12
      • 00.19 TOGAF 9 Foundation to TOGAF 9 Certified Upgrade
        01:45
      • 00.20-Thank you
        00:07
    • L1 01 - TOGAF V92 M1 Management Overview

      32:29Preview
      • 1.01 Management Overview
        00:13
      • 1.02 Module Objectives
        00:30
      • 1.03 Agenda
        00:03
      • 1.04 About The Open Group
        00:22
      • 1.05 The Open Group Vision
        00:31
      • 1.06 The Open Group Mission
        00:38
      • 1.07 Agenda
        00:03
      • 1.08 Architecture Forum-Mission
        00:38
      • 1.09 Agenda
        00:03
      • 1.10 What is an Enterprise
        01:00
      • 1.11 What is an Architecture
        00:26
      • 1.12 What is Enterprise Architecture
        00:32
      • 1.13 Architecture Types
        00:19
      • 1.14 Why Enterprise Architecture
        02:19
      • 1.15 Pressure to Develop Enterprise Architecture
        00:43
      • 1.16 Business Benefits of Enterprise Architecture
        00:41
      • 1.17 The Importance of Governance
        00:24
      • 1.18 What do we mean by Governance
        00:08
      • 1.19 Agenda
        00:03
      • 1.20 What Is an Architecture Framework
        00:38
      • 1.21 The Value of a Framework
        00:26
      • 1.22 Architecture Development Method
        00:51
      • 1.23 Agenda
        00:04
      • 1.24 TOGAF Origins
        00:28
      • 1.25 Member End User Driven
        01:47
      • 1.26 TOGAF Scope
        00:33
      • 1.27 TOGAF Long-term Goals
        00:47
      • 1.28 Structure of the Standard
        00:46
      • 1.29 The TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Table of Contents
        00:20
      • 1.30 TOGAF Components
        01:08
      • 1.31 TOGAF Capability Framework
        01:24
      • 1.32 ADM - Basic Principles
        01:08
      • 1.33 Preliminary Phase
        00:32
      • 1.34 Phase A Architecture Vision
        00:36
      • 1.35 Phase B Business Architecture
        00:45
      • 1.36 Business Architecture - Contents
        00:20
      • 1.37 Business Architecture - Steps
        00:36
      • 1.38 Phase C Information Systems Architectures
        00:29
      • 1.39 Data or Applications first
        00:50
      • 1.40 Phase D Technology Architecture
        00:37
      • 1.41 Phase E Opportunities and Solutions
        01:13
      • 1.42 Phase F Migration Planning
        00:30
      • 1.43 Phase G Implementation Governance
        00:48
      • 1.44 Phase H Architecture Change Management
        00:42
      • 1.45 Agenda
        00:03
      • 1.46 The TOGAF Library
        00:16
      • 1.47 TOGAF Library - Overview
        00:18
      • 1.48 TOGAF Library - Structure
        01:04
      • 1.49 Agenda
        00:03
      • 1.50 TOGAF Certification
        00:34
      • 1.51 TOGAF Foundation Target Audience
        00:36
      • 1.52 TOGAF Certified Target Audience
        00:35
      • 1.53 Agenda
        00:02
      • 1.54 Summary
        00:59
      • 1.55 Conclusion
        00:05
    • L1 02 - TOGAF V92 M2 TOGAF 9 Framework Components

      15:08Preview
      • 2.01 TOGAF 9 Framework Components
        00:18
      • 2.02 Module Objectives
        00:51
      • 2.03 Key Components of the TOGAF Framework
        00:50
      • 2.04 The TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Table of Contents
        00:06
      • 2.05 The Architecture Development Method
        00:50
      • 2.06 ADM Guidelines and Techniques
        00:56
      • 2.07 Applying Iteration to the ADM
        00:37
      • 2.08 Applying the ADM Across the Architecture Landscape
        00:21
      • 2.09 Categories of Stakeholder
        00:20
      • 2.10 Architecture Content Framework
        00:53
      • 2.11 Deliverables Artifacts and Building Blocks
        01:29
      • 2.12 Full Content Metamodel with Relationships
        00:07
      • 2.13 The Enterprise Continuum
        00:57
      • 2.14 Architecture Repository
        00:50
      • 2.15 Establishing the Architecture Capability as an Operational Entity
        01:06
      • 2.16 The TOGAF Library
        00:28
      • 2.17 TOGAF Referenc Models
        00:38
      • 2.18 High Level TRM
        00:37
      • 2.19 Detailed TRM
        00:16
      • 2.20 Boundaryless Information Flow
        00:33
      • 2.21 The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
        00:32
      • 2.22 Summary
        01:17
      • 2.23 Conclusion
        00:16
      • Knowledge Check
    • L1 03 - TOGAF V92 M3 Intro ADM

      19:48Preview
      • 3.01 Introduction to the Architecture Development Method ADM
        00:25
      • 3.02 Module Objectives
        00:36
      • 3.03 What Is the TOGAF ADM
        01:14
      • 3.04 Architecture Development Method - Process
        01:38
      • 3.05 Relationship to other Parts of the TOGAF Standard
        00:42
      • 3.06 ADM Phases
        03:11
      • 3.07 Architecture Forum - Mission
        00:44
      • 3.08 ADM Inputs and Outputs
        00:51
      • 3.09 Adapting the ADM
        01:58
      • 3.10 Governing the ADM
        00:56
      • 3.11 Governance Repository
        02:05
      • 3.12 Reasons to constrain the Scope of Architectural Activity
        01:18
      • 3.13 Scoping the Architecture Activity
        02:39
      • 3.14 Architecture Integration
        00:56
      • 3.15 Summary
        00:22
      • 3.16 Conclusion
        00:13
      • Knowledge Check
    • L1 04 - TOGAF V92 M4 Enterprise Continuum

      27:58Preview
      • 4.01 The Enterprise Continuum and Tools
        00:19
      • 4.02 Module Objectives
        00:29
      • 4.03 Definition of Continuum
        00:15
      • 4.04 Roadmap
        00:12
      • 4.05 The TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Components
        00:12
      • 4.06 Overview
        02:54
      • 4.07 Architecture Reuse
        01:50
      • 4.08 Enterprise Continuum Constituents
        01:27
      • 4.09 The Architecture Continuum
        05:22
      • 4.10 The Solutions Continuum
        06:56
      • 4.11 The Enterprise Continuum
        02:26
      • 4.12 The need for Tools
        00:32
      • 4.13 Tools can model the Enterprise Architecture
        00:44
      • 4.14 Issues in Tools Standardization
        02:00
      • 4.15 Summary
        02:02
      • 4.16 Conclusion
        00:18
      • Knowledge Check
    • L1 05 - TOGAF V92 M5 Architecture Repository

      22:20Preview
      • 5.01 Architecture Repository
        00:33
      • 5.02 Module Objectives
        00:15
      • 5.03 Purpose
        01:17
      • 5.04 Architecture Repository
        03:07
      • 5.05 Architecture Landscape
        01:36
      • 5.06 Reference Library
        01:20
      • 5.07 Standards Information Base
        04:06
      • 5.08 Standards Classification
        01:31
      • 5.09 Governance Log
        00:54
      • 5.10 Governance Log Contents
        02:56
      • 5.11 Architecture Requirements Repository
        00:45
      • 5.12 Solutions Landscape
        01:04
      • 5.13 Relationship to other Parts of the TOGAF Standard
        00:18
      • 5.14 Summary
        01:16
      • 5.15 Exercise
        01:10
      • 5.16 Conclusion
        00:12
    • L1 06 - TOGAF V92 M9 Architecture Governance

      42:38Preview
      • 9.01 Architecture Governance
        00:16
      • 9.02 Module Objectives
        00:26
      • 9.03 Introduction to Governance
        01:01
      • 9.04 Governance - Basic Principles
        00:38
      • 9.05 Governance and the ADM
        02:22
      • 9.06 Nature of Governance
        02:46
      • 9.07 Levels of Governance
        00:58
      • 9.08 An IT Governance Framework - COBIT
        01:38
      • 9.09 TOGAF Architecture Governance Framework
        01:20
      • 9.10 Conceptual Structure
        01:12
      • 9.11 Architecture Governance Framework - Conceptual Structure
        00:56
      • 9.12 Conceptual Structure
        00:12
      • 9.13 Organizational Structure
        03:40
      • 9.14 Benefits of Architecture Govenance
        00:53
      • 9.15 Architecture Governance in Practice
        01:22
      • 9.16 Architecture Board
        01:42
      • 9.17 Architecture Board Value
        00:25
      • 9.18 Architecture Board Responsibilities
        02:03
      • 9.19 Architecture Board Operations
        00:27
      • 9.20 Architecture Contracts
        02:20
      • 9.21 Architecture Contracts and the ADM
        02:44
      • 9.22 Architecture Compliance Terminology
        02:01
      • 9.23 Architecture Compliance
        01:27
      • 9.24 Architecture Compliance Reviews
        03:34
      • 9.25 Architecture Compliance Review Process
        02:26
      • 9.26 Establishing an Architecture Capability
        02:47
      • 9.27 Summary
        00:50
      • 9.28 Conclusion
        00:12
      • Knowledge Check
    • L1 07 - TOGAF V92 M12 Architechture Views and Viewpoints

      32:03Preview
      • 12.01 Architecture Views and Viewspoints
        00:17
      • 12.02 Module Objectives
        00:50
      • 12.03 Concepts and Definitions
        00:50
      • 12.04 System
        01:23
      • 12.05 Stakeholders
        00:37
      • 12.06 Concerns
        01:59
      • 12.07 Architecture Viewpoint synonym Viewpoint
        02:56
      • 12.08 Architecture Views and Viewpoints
        01:04
      • 12.09 What is an Architecture View
        01:19
      • 12.10 A Simple Example of an Architecture Viewpoint
        00:58
      • 12.11 A Simple Example of an Architecture View
        01:17
      • 12.12 Developing Architecture Views in the ADM
        01:19
      • 12.13 Exercise Views and Viewpoints for a Simple Airport System
        02:07
      • 12.14 The Architecture View Creation Process
        01:20
      • 12.15 Benefits
        01:02
      • 12.16 The Architecture View Creation Process Contd
        00:52
      • 12.17 Using TOGAF Artifacts
        01:38
      • 12.18 Catalogs
        01:45
      • 12.19 Matrices
        00:35
      • 12.20 Stakeholder Map Matrix
        02:09
      • 12.21 Diagrams
        00:19
      • 12.22 Example Business Footprint Diagram
        01:52
      • 12.23 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts
        00:21
      • 12.24 Summary
        01:58
      • 12.25 Exercise
        01:05
      • 12.26 Conclusion
        00:11
      • Knowledge Check
    • L1 08 - TOGAF V92 M13 Building Blocks

      16:10Preview
      • 13.01 Building Blocks
        01:04
      • 13.02 Module Objectives
        00:19
      • 13.03 Building Block Characteristics
        00:22
      • 13.04 Building Blocks
        01:09
      • 13.05 Architecture Building Blocks ABBs
        00:44
      • 13.06 ABB Specifications
        00:51
      • 13.07 Solution Building Blocks SBBs
        00:36
      • 13.08 SBB Specifications
        01:03
      • 13.09 Building Blocks and the ADM
        01:47
      • 13.10 Building Block Design
        00:54
      • 13.11 Requirements Management
        06:25
      • 13.12 Architecture Patterns
        00:47
      • 13.13 Conclusion
        00:09
      • Knowledge Check
    • L1 09 - TOGAF V92 F6 ADM Phases Level 1

      56:21Preview
      • F6.01 ADM Phases Level 1
        00:31
      • F6.02 Module Objectives
        00:14
      • F6.03 Preliminary Phase
        00:28
      • F6.04 Objectives in detail
        01:46
      • F6.05 Approach
        03:05
      • F6.06 Phase A Architecture Vision
        00:23
      • F6.07 Objectives
        00:23
      • F6.08 Approach
        01:25
      • F6.09 Business Scenarios
        00:53
      • F6.10 What is a Business Scenario
        01:04
      • F6.11 Roadmap
        00:24
      • F6.12 Business Scenarios and the ADM
        00:45
      • F6.13 Phase B Business Architecture
        00:36
      • F6.14 Objectives
        00:27
      • F6.15 Approach General
        01:35
      • F6.16 Developing the Baseline Description
        00:40
      • F6.17 Applying Business Capabilities
        01:35
      • F6.18 Applying Value Streams
        01:55
      • F6.19 Mapping Value Streams
        01:10
      • F6.20 Applying the Organization Map
        02:11
      • F6.21 Applying Business Modeling
        00:44
      • F6.22 Using the Architecture Repository
        00:37
      • F6.23 Phase C Information Systems Architectures
        00:27
      • F6.24 Data or Applications first
        01:24
      • F6.25 Information Systems Architectures Objectives
        01:00
      • F6.26 Approach
        01:08
      • F6.27 Top-Down Design vs Bottom-up Implementation
        01:28
      • F6.28 Data-Driven Sequence Implementation
        00:20
      • F6.29 Architecture Repository
        00:46
      • F6.30 Considerations for the Data Architecture
        02:29
      • F6.31 Phase D Technology Architecture
        00:20
      • F6.32 Objectives
        00:40
      • F6.33 Approach
        02:00
      • F6.34 Phase E Opportunities and Solutions
        00:56
      • F6.35 Objectives
        00:32
      • F6.36 Approach
        02:24
      • F6.37 Phase F Migration Planning
        00:27
      • F6.38 Objectives
        00:28
      • F6.39 Approach
        01:00
      • F6.40 Phase G Implementation Governance
        00:38
      • F6.41 Phase G Objectives
        00:51
      • F6.42 Approach
        02:01
      • F6.43 Phase H Architecture Change Management
        00:38
      • F6.44 Objectives
        00:17
      • F6.45 Approach
        01:15
      • F6.46 Exercise Drivers for Architecture Change
        00:52
      • F6.47 Change Management Process
        01:48
      • F6.48 Maintenance versus Redesign
        00:34
      • F6.49 Change Impact Exercise
        02:17
      • F6.50 ADM Requirements Management
        01:03
      • F6.51 Objectives
        00:31
      • F6.52 Approach
        00:48
      • F6.53 Resources
        00:38
      • F6.54 Volère Requirements Specification Template
        01:22
      • F6.55 Conclusion
        00:08
    • L1 10 - TOGAF V92 F7 Guidelines and Techniques Level 1

      33:33Preview
      • F7.1 ADM Guidelines and Techniques
        00:51
      • F7.2 Module Objectives
        00:48
      • F7.3 Using the TOGAF ADM in the Context of a Specific Architectural Style
        00:37
      • F7.4 Using the TOGAF ADM in the Context of a Specific Architectural Style
        03:38
      • F7.5 Guidelines
        00:21
      • F7.6 Techniques
        00:25
      • F7.7 Question
        00:19
      • F7.8 Architecture Principles
        01:59
      • F7.9 The need for Architecture Principles
        00:25
      • F7.10 Template
        01:00
      • F7.11 Example
        00:55
      • F7.12 Example Self Serve
        00:30
      • F7.13 What makes a good set of Architecture Principles
        00:40
      • F7.14 What is a Business Scenario
        01:18
      • F7.15 What is a good Business Scenario
        00:49
      • F7.16 The use of Business Scenarios in the ADM
        00:47
      • F7.17 Gap Analysis
        00:54
      • F7.18 Example
        02:20
      • F7.19 Interoperability
        00:41
      • F7.20 Interoperability and the ADM
        01:09
      • F7.21 Examples
        01:23
      • F7.22 The Business Transformation Readiness Assessment
        01:05
      • F7.23 Business Transformation Readiness and the ADM
        00:41
      • F7.24 Example
        01:22
      • F7.25 Risk Management in the ADM
        02:03
      • F7.26 Example
        01:48
      • F7.27 Capability based planning
        01:12
      • F7.28 Capabilities
        02:31
      • F7.29 Summary
        00:27
      • F7.30 Exercise
        00:25
      • F7.31 Conclusion
        00:10
    • L1 11 - TOGAF V92 F11 ADM Deliverables Level 1

      07:47Preview
      • F11.01 ADM Deliverables Level 1
        00:13
      • F11.02 Module Objectives
        00:12
      • F11.03 Roadmap
        00:14
      • F11.04 The role of Architecture Deliverables
        00:42
      • F11.05 Architecture Deliverables
        01:01
      • F11.06 Request for Architecture Work
        00:38
      • F11.07 Statement of Architecture Work
        00:29
      • F11.08 Architecture Vision
        00:36
      • F11.09 Communications Plan
        00:28
      • F11.10 Architecture Definition Document
        01:36
      • F11.11 Architecture Requirements Document
        00:50
      • F11.12 Architecture Roadmap
        00:43
      • F11.13 Conclusion
        00:05
    • L1 12 - TOGAF V92 F12 Reference Models

      17:57Preview
      • F12.01 TOGAF Reference Models
        00:13
      • F12.02 Module Objectives
        00:23
      • F12.03 Roadmap
        00:21
      • F12.04 TOGAF Foundation Architecture
        01:59
      • F12.05 The Architecture Continuum
        01:25
      • F12.06 TRM Components
        00:55
      • F12.07 Summary of the TRM
        01:10
      • F12.08 A common problem
        01:12
      • F12.09 Customer problem statement
        02:29
      • F12.10 A Shared Vision
        00:30
      • F12.11 How Important
        01:45
      • F12.12 Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
        00:26
      • F12.13 The Architecture Continuum
        00:23
      • F12.14 TOGAF TRM Orientations
        00:56
      • F12.15 Boundaryless Information Flow Focus
        00:38
      • F12.16 Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model - High-level Model
        02:09
      • F12.17 Components of the III-RM
        00:29
      • F12.18 Summary of the III-RM
        00:28
      • F12.19 Conclusion
        00:06
      • Knowledge Check
    • L1 13 - TOGAF V92 F13 Certification

      10:15Preview
      • F13.01 The TOGAF Certification for People Program
        00:18
      • F13.02 Module Objectives
        00:28
      • F13.03 TOGAF Certification for People
        00:44
      • F13.04 TOGAF 9 Certification Levels
        00:45
      • F13.05 Level 1 - TOGAF 9 Foundation Target Audience
        00:28
      • F13.06 Level 2 - TOGAF 9 Certified Target Audience
        00:40
      • F13.07 Paths to Certification
        00:50
      • F13.08 Components
        00:35
      • F13.09 Level 1 Learning Units
        00:31
      • F13.10 Level 2 Learning Units
        01:21
      • F13.11 Level 1 Exam Requirements
        00:28
      • F13.12 Level 2 Exam Requirements
        00:35
      • F13.13 Level 2 Stepwise Development
        00:31
      • F13.14 Level 2 Direct
        00:53
      • F13.15 Combined Part 1 and 2 Examination
        00:29
      • F13.16 Certification
        00:31
      • F13.17 Conclusion
        00:08
  • TOGAF 9 Certified Training

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    • L2 00 - TOGAF-V92-M0-Course-Intro

      09:53Preview
      • 00.01 Standard Courseware Version 9.2 Edition
        00:16
      • 00.04 TOGAF 9 Certification Levels
        00:36
      • 00.05 TOGAF 9 Foundation Training
        00:45
      • 00.06 TOGAF 9 Certified Training
        00:38
      • 00.07 TOGAF 9 Certification Levels
        00:12
      • 00.08 Paths to Certification
        00:37
      • 00.09 Prerequisite Knowledge
        00:22
      • 00.10 Course Objectives
        00:28
      • 00.11 Target Audience Objectives
        01:12
      • 00.12 TOGAF 9 Foundation Training Applicable Modules
        00:36
      • 00.13 TOGAF 9 Certified Training Applicable Modules
        00:23
      • 00.14 TOGAF 9 Certified Course Content Part1
        00:27
      • 00.15 Course Content Part2
        00:31
      • 00.16 Course Content Part 3
        00:30
      • 00.17 Course Content Part4
        00:16
      • 00.18 Course Content Part5
        00:12
      • 00.19 TOGAF 9 Foundation to TOGAF 9 Certified Upgrade
        01:45
      • 00.20-Thank you
        00:07
    • L2 01 - TOGAF V92 M1 Management Overview

      32:29Preview
      • 1.01 Management Overview
        00:13
      • 1.02 Module Objectives
        00:30
      • 1.03 Agenda
        00:03
      • 1.04 About The Open Group
        00:22
      • 1.05 The Open Group Vision
        00:31
      • 1.06 The Open Group Mission
        00:38
      • 1.07 Agenda
        00:03
      • 1.08 Architecture Forum-Mission
        00:38
      • 1.09 Agenda
        00:03
      • 1.10 What is an Enterprise
        01:00
      • 1.11 What is an Architecture
        00:26
      • 1.12 What is Enterprise Architecture
        00:32
      • 1.13 Architecture Types
        00:19
      • 1.14 Why Enterprise Architecture
        02:19
      • 1.15 Pressure to Develop Enterprise Architecture
        00:43
      • 1.16 Business Benefits of Enterprise Architecture
        00:41
      • 1.17 The Importance of Governance
        00:24
      • 1.18 What do we mean by Governance
        00:08
      • 1.19 Agenda
        00:03
      • 1.20 What Is an Architecture Framework
        00:38
      • 1.21 The Value of a Framework
        00:26
      • 1.22 Architecture Development Method
        00:51
      • 1.23 Agenda
        00:04
      • 1.24 TOGAF Origins
        00:28
      • 1.25 Member End User Driven
        01:47
      • 1.26 TOGAF Scope
        00:33
      • 1.27 TOGAF Long-term Goals
        00:47
      • 1.28 Structure of the Standard
        00:46
      • 1.29 The TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Table of Contents
        00:20
      • 1.30 TOGAF Components
        01:08
      • 1.31 TOGAF Capability Framework
        01:24
      • 1.32 ADM - Basic Principles
        01:08
      • 1.33 Preliminary Phase
        00:32
      • 1.34 Phase A Architecture Vision
        00:36
      • 1.35 Phase B Business Architecture
        00:45
      • 1.36 Business Architecture - Contents
        00:20
      • 1.37 Business Architecture - Steps
        00:36
      • 1.38 Phase C Information Systems Architectures
        00:29
      • 1.39 Data or Applications first
        00:50
      • 1.40 Phase D Technology Architecture
        00:37
      • 1.41 Phase E Opportunities and Solutions
        01:13
      • 1.42 Phase F Migration Planning
        00:30
      • 1.43 Phase G Implementation Governance
        00:48
      • 1.44 Phase H Architecture Change Management
        00:42
      • 1.45 Agenda
        00:03
      • 1.46 The TOGAF Library
        00:16
      • 1.47 TOGAF Library - Overview
        00:18
      • 1.48 TOGAF Library - Structure
        01:04
      • 1.49 Agenda
        00:03
      • 1.50 TOGAF Certification
        00:34
      • 1.51 TOGAF Foundation Target Audience
        00:36
      • 1.52 TOGAF Certified Target Audience
        00:35
      • 1.53 Agenda
        00:02
      • 1.54 Summary
        00:59
      • 1.55 Conclusion
        00:05
    • L2 02 - TOGAF V92 M2 TOGAF 9 Framework Components

      14:52Preview
      • 2.01 TOGAF 9 Framework Components
        00:18
      • 2.02 Module Objectives
        00:51
      • 2.03 Key Components of the TOGAF Framework
        00:50
      • 2.04 The TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Table of Contents
        00:06
      • 2.05 The Architecture Development Method
        00:44
      • 2.06 ADM Guidelines and Techniques
        00:56
      • 2.07 Applying Iteration to the ADM
        00:37
      • 2.08 Applying the ADM Across the Architecture Landscape
        00:21
      • 2.09 Categories of Stakeholder
        00:20
      • 2.10 Architecture Content Framework
        00:53
      • 2.11 Deliverables Artifacts and Building Blocks
        01:29
      • 2.12 Full Content Metamodel with Relationships
        00:07
      • 2.13 The Enterprise Continuum
        00:57
      • 2.14 Architecture Repository
        00:50
      • 2.15 Establishing the Architecture Capability as an Operational Entity
        01:06
      • 2.16 The TOGAF Library
        00:18
      • 2.17 TOGAF Reference Models
        00:38
      • 2.18 High Level TRM
        00:37
      • 2.19 Detailed TRM
        00:16
      • 2.20 Boundaryless Information Flow
        00:33
      • 2.21 The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
        00:32
      • 2.22 Summary
        01:17
      • 2.23 Conclusion
        00:16
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 03 - TOGAF V92 M3 Intro ADM

      19:48Preview
      • 3.01 Introduction to the Architecture Development Method ADM
        00:25
      • 3.02 Module Objectives
        00:36
      • 3.03 What Is the TOGAF ADM
        01:14
      • 3.04 Architecture Development Method - Process
        01:38
      • 3.05 Relationship to other Parts of the TOGAF Standard
        00:42
      • 3.06 ADM Phases
        03:11
      • 3.07 Architecture Forum - Mission
        00:44
      • 3.08 ADM Inputs and Outputs
        00:51
      • 3.09 Adapting the ADM
        01:58
      • 3.10 Governing the ADM
        00:56
      • 3.11 Governance Repository
        02:05
      • 3.12 Reasons to constrain the Scope of Architectural Activity
        01:18
      • 3.13 Scoping the Architecture Activity
        02:39
      • 3.14 Architecture Integration
        00:56
      • 3.15 Summary
        00:22
      • 3.16 Conclusion
        00:13
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 04 - TOGAF V92 M4 Enterprise Continuum

      27:58Preview
      • 4.01 The Enterprise Continuum and Tools
        00:19
      • 4.02 Module Objectives
        00:29
      • 4.03 Definition of Continuum
        00:15
      • 4.04 Roadmap
        00:12
      • 4.05 The TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Components
        00:12
      • 4.06 Overview
        02:54
      • 4.07 Architecture Reuse
        01:50
      • 4.08 Enterprise Continuum Constituents
        01:27
      • 4.09 The Architecture Continuum
        05:22
      • 4.10 The Solutions Continuum
        06:56
      • 4.11 The Enterprise Continuum
        02:26
      • 4.12 The need for Tools
        00:32
      • 4.13 Tools can model the Enterprise Architecture
        00:44
      • 4.14 Issues in Tools Standardization
        02:00
      • 4.15 Summary
        02:02
      • 4.16 Conclusion
        00:18
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 05 - TOGAF V92 M5 Architecture Repository

      22:20Preview
      • 5.01 Architecture Repository
        00:33
      • 5.02 Module Objectives
        00:15
      • 5.03 Purpose
        01:17
      • 5.04 Architecture Repository
        03:07
      • 5.05 Architecture Landscape
        01:36
      • 5.06 Reference Library
        01:20
      • 5.07 Standards Information Base
        04:06
      • 5.08 Standards Classification
        01:31
      • 5.09 Governance Log
        00:54
      • 5.10 Governance Log Contents
        02:56
      • 5.11 Architecture Requirements Repository
        00:45
      • 5.12 Solutions Landscape
        01:04
      • 5.13 Relationship to other Parts of the TOGAF Standard
        00:18
      • 5.14 Summary
        01:16
      • 5.15 Exercise
        01:10
      • 5.16 Conclusion
        00:12
    • L2 06 - TOGAF V92 M9 Architecture Governance

      42:57Preview
      • 9.01 Architecture Governance
        00:23
      • 9.02 Module Objectives
        00:26
      • 9.03 Introduction to Governance
        01:01
      • 9.04 Governance - Basic Principles
        00:38
      • 9.05 Governance and the ADM
        02:22
      • 9.06 Nature of Governance
        02:51
      • 9.07 Levels of Governance
        00:58
      • 9.08 An IT Governance Framework - COBIT
        01:38
      • 9.09 TOGAF Architecture Governance Framework
        01:20
      • 9.10 Conceptual Structure
        01:12
      • 9.11 Architecture Governance Framework - Conceptual Structure
        00:56
      • 9.12 Conceptual Structure
        00:12
      • 9.13 Organizational Structure
        03:40
      • 9.14 Benefits of Architecture Govenance
        00:53
      • 9.15 Architecture Governance in Practice
        01:29
      • 9.16 Architecture Board
        01:42
      • 9.17 Architecture Board Value
        00:25
      • 9.18 Architecture Board Responsibilities
        02:03
      • 9.19 Architecture Board Operations
        00:27
      • 9.20 Architecture Contracts
        02:20
      • 9.21 Architecture Contracts and the ADM
        02:44
      • 9.22 Architecture Compliance Terminology
        02:01
      • 9.23 Architecture Compliance
        01:27
      • 9.24 Architecture Compliance Reviews
        03:34
      • 9.25 Architecture Compliance Review Process
        02:26
      • 9.26 Establishing an Architecture Capability
        02:47
      • 9.27 Summary
        00:50
      • 9.28 Conclusion
        00:12
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 07 - TOGAF V92 M6 Architecture Content Framework

      15:45Preview
      • 6.01 Architecture Content Framework
        01:10
      • 6.02 Module Objectives
        00:20
      • 6.03 Introduction
        00:29
      • 6.04 Benefits of the Architecture Content Framework
        00:47
      • 6.05 Overview
        00:39
      • 6.06 Deliverables Artifacts and Building Blocks
        00:59
      • 6.07 Relationship between Deliverables Artifacts and Building blocks
        00:51
      • 6.08 Example - Architecture Definition Document
        00:33
      • 6.09 Architectural Artifacts
        00:32
      • 6.10 Content Metamodel
        01:45
      • 6.11 Content Metamodel Overview
        01:56
      • 6.12 Mapping the Framework and the ADM
        04:11
      • 6.13 Content Framework and the TOGAF ADM
        00:37
      • 6.14 Summary
        00:30
      • 6.15 Exercise
        00:16
      • 6.16 Conclusion
        00:10
    • L2 08 - TOGAF V92 M7 Metamodel

      42:03Preview
      • 7.01 TOGAF Content Metamodel
        00:41
      • 7.02 Module Objectives
        00:22
      • 7.03 What is a metamodel
        00:35
      • 7.04 Why a metamodel
        00:45
      • 7.05 Benefits of the Metamodel
        00:15
      • 7.06 Formal and Informal Modeling
        02:06
      • 7.07 Core Content Metamodel Concepts
        00:29
      • 7.08 Core and Extension Content
        00:54
      • 7.09 TOGAF Content Metamodel and its Extensions
        01:18
      • 7.10 Core Metamodel Entities
        02:40
      • 7.11 Core Entities and their Relationships
        03:28
      • 7.12 Stakeholder Needs
        00:33
      • 7.13 The Content Metamodel
        00:44
      • 7.14 Content Metamodel Simplified
        01:43
      • 7.15 Content Metamodel Detailed
        05:11
      • 7.16 Core Content Metamodel
        00:26
      • 7.17 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Core Artifacts
        00:30
      • 7.18 Full Content Metamodel
        00:18
      • 7.19 Full Content Metamodel with Relationships
        00:14
      • 7.20 Full Content Metamodel Artifacts
        00:11
      • 7.21 Metamodel Extensions
        00:14
      • 7.22 Governance Extension
        03:40
      • 7.23 Services Extension
        02:26
      • 7.24 Process Modeling Extension
        02:38
      • 7.25 Data Extension
        02:49
      • 7.26 Infrastructure Consolidation Extension
        03:20
      • 7.27 Motivation Extension
        02:11
      • 7.28 Summary
        00:25
      • 7.29 Exercise
        00:45
      • 7.30 Conclusion
        00:12
    • L2 09 - TOGAF V92 M12 Architechture Views and Viewpoints

      32:03Preview
      • 12.01 Architecture Views and Viewspoints
        00:17
      • 12.02 Module Objectives
        00:50
      • 12.03 Concepts and Definitions
        00:50
      • 12.04 System
        01:23
      • 12.05 Stakeholders
        00:37
      • 12.06 Concerns
        01:59
      • 12.07 Architecture Viewpoint synonym Viewpoint
        02:56
      • 12.08 Architecture Views and Viewpoints
        01:04
      • 12.09 What is an Architecture View
        01:19
      • 12.10 A Simple Example of an Architecture Viewpoint
        00:58
      • 12.11 A Simple Example of an Architecture View
        01:17
      • 12.12 Developing Architecture Views in the ADM
        01:19
      • 12.13 Exercise Views and Viewpoints for a Simple Airport System
        02:07
      • 12.14 The Architecture View Creation Process
        01:20
      • 12.15 Benefits
        01:02
      • 12.16 The Architecture View Creation Process Contd
        00:52
      • 12.17 Using TOGAF Artifacts
        01:38
      • 12.18 Catalogs
        01:45
      • 12.19 Matrices
        00:35
      • 12.20 Stakeholder Map Matrix
        02:09
      • 12.21 Diagrams
        00:19
      • 12.22 Example Business Footprint Diagram
        01:52
      • 12.23 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts
        00:21
      • 12.24 Summary
        01:58
      • 12.25 Exercise
        01:05
      • 12.26 Conclusion
        00:11
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 10 - TOGAF V92 M13 Building Blocks

      16:10Preview
      • 13.01 Building Blocks
        01:04
      • 13.02 Module Objectives
        00:19
      • 13.03 Building Block Characteristics
        00:22
      • 13.04 Building Blocks
        01:09
      • 13.05 Architecture Building Blocks ABBs
        00:44
      • 13.06 ABB Specifications
        00:51
      • 13.07 Solution Building Blocks SBBs
        00:36
      • 13.08 SBB Specifications
        01:03
      • 13.09 Building Blocks and the ADM
        01:47
      • 13.10 Building Block Design
        00:54
      • 13.11 Requirements Management
        06:25
      • 13.12 Architecture Patterns
        00:47
      • 13.13 Conclusion
        00:09
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 11 - TOGAF V92 M8 Preliminary Phase

      42:21Preview
      • 8.01 Preliminary Phase
        00:43
      • 8.02 Module Objectives
        00:52
      • 8.03 Preliminary Phase Objectives in detail
        01:05
      • 8.04 Approach
        03:35
      • 8.05 Preliminary Phase Main inputs
        02:15
      • 8.06 Steps
        01:00
      • 8.07 1 Scope the enterprise organizations impacted
        00:57
      • 8.08 2 Confirm governance and support frameworks
        01:00
      • 8.09 3 Define the team and organization
        01:03
      • 8.10 4 Identify and establish Architecture Principles
        01:47
      • 8.11 Defining Architecture Principles
        00:35
      • 8.12 TOGAF Template for Principles
        02:30
      • 8.13 An Example Statement of Principles
        02:31
      • 8.14 Example Primacy of Principles
        01:06
      • 8.15 Example Self-Serve
        00:51
      • 8.16 Five Qualities of Principles
        02:19
      • 8.17 Principles and the Metamodel
        00:32
      • 8.18 5 Tailor the TOGAF framework and if any other Selected Architecture Frameworks
        01:00
      • 8.19 Terminology Tailoring
        01:03
      • 8.20 Process Tailoring
        01:10
      • 8.21 Content Tailoring
        01:50
      • 8.22 General Entities
        01:00
      • 8.23 6 Develop Strategy and Implementation Plans for Tools and Techniques
        01:03
      • 8.24 Preliminary Phase Outputs
        00:32
      • 8.25 Summary
        03:22
      • 8.26 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts
        05:22
      • 8.27 Catalogs
        00:47
      • 8.28 Exercises
        00:19
      • 8.29 Conclusion
        00:12
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 12 - TOGAF V92 M10 Business Scenarios

      19:34Preview
      • 10.01 Business Scenarios
        00:26
      • 10.02 Module Objectives
        00:19
      • 10.03 Roadmap
        00:25
      • 10.04 Introduction
        01:13
      • 10.05 What is a Business Scenario
        01:07
      • 10.06 Business Scenarios
        00:17
      • 10.07 Business Scenarios and the ADM
        00:47
      • 10.08 What is a Good Business Scenario
        00:53
      • 10.09 SMART
        00:30
      • 10.10 The Benefits of Business Scenarios
        01:23
      • 10.11 Who Contributes to a Business Scenario
        01:09
      • 10.12 Developing a Business Scenario
        01:58
      • 10.13 Getting Business Scenarios Right
        00:37
      • 10.14 Contents of a Business Scenario
        00:48
      • 10.15 Template for a Business Scenario
        01:30
      • 10.16 Exercise
        01:44
      • 10.17 Some reminders
        00:46
      • 10.18 Resources
        00:15
      • 10.19 Summary
        00:27
      • 10.20 Exercises
        02:40
      • 10.21 Conclusion
        00:20
    • L2 13 - TOGAF V92 M11 Stakeholder Management

      18:00Preview
      • 11.01 Stakeholder Management
        00:41
      • 11.02 Module Objectives
        00:31
      • 11.03 Overview
        01:16
      • 11.04 Benefits
        00:33
      • 11.05 Stakeholders
        00:25
      • 11.06 Stakeholder Management
        00:36
      • 11.07 Step 1 Identify Stakeholders
        02:07
      • 11.08 Categories of Stakeholder
        01:34
      • 11.09 Step 2 Classify Stakeholder Positions
        02:23
      • 11.10 Step 3 Determine Stakeholder Management Approach
        02:35
      • 11.11 Step 4 Tailor Engagement Deliverables
        00:47
      • 11.12 Example Stakeholder Map
        03:24
      • 11.13 Summary
        00:22
      • 11.14 Exercise
        00:41
      • 11.15 Conclusion
        00:05
    • L2 14 - TOGAF V92 M14 Implementation Support

      35:01Preview
      • 14.01 Architecture Implementation Support Techniques
        01:09
      • 14.02 Module Objectives
        01:20
      • 14.03 Interoperability
        00:35
      • 14.04 Interoperability and the ADM
        01:32
      • 14.05 Examples
        01:43
      • 14.06 Interoperability requirements and solutions
        02:14
      • 14.07 Business Transformation Readiness Assessment
        02:07
      • 14.08 Readiness Factors
        01:39
      • 14.09 Assess the Readiness Factors
        03:26
      • 14.10 Readiness Factor Rating
        01:50
      • 14.11 Capability based planning
        00:59
      • 14.12 Readiness Factor Risks and Actions
        01:20
      • 14.13 Risk Management
        00:38
      • 14.14 Risk Management in the ADM
        02:02
      • 14.15 Initial risk assessment
        02:13
      • 14.16 Risk Classification Scheme
        01:23
      • 14.17 Risk Identification and Mitigation Worksheet
        01:21
      • 14.18 Capabilities
        01:54
      • 14.19 Capability based planning
        04:11
      • 14.20 Summary
        00:28
      • 14.21 Exercise
        00:41
      • 14.22 Conclusion
        00:16
    • L2 15 - TOGAF V92 M15 Phase A

      37:45Preview
      • 15.01 Phase A Architecture vision
        00:22
      • 15.02 Module Objectives
        00:33
      • 15.03 Architecture Vision - Objectives
        00:33
      • 15.04 Approach
        03:41
      • 15.05 PhaseA inputs
        01:30
      • 15.06 Request for Architecture Work
        01:04
      • 15.07 Steps
        01:04
      • 15.08 Step1 Establish the architecture project
        00:33
      • 15.09 Step 2 Identify stakeholders concerns and business requirements
        01:04
      • 15.10 Stakeholder Map
        04:15
      • 15.11 Step 3 Confirm business goals drivers and constraints
        00:58
      • 15.12 Step 4 Evaluate capabilities
        01:51
      • 15.13 Value Chain Diagram
        02:11
      • 15.14 Step 5 Assess readiness for business transformation
        00:39
      • 15.15 Step 6 Define the Scope
        00:51
      • 15.16 Step 7 Confirm and elaborate Architecture Principles including business principles
        01:50
      • 15.17 Step 8 Develop Architecture Vision
        01:40
      • 15.18 Solution Concept Diagram
        01:35
      • 15.19 Step 9 Define the Target Architecture value propositions and KPIs
        01:04
      • 15.20 Step 10 Identify the business transformation risks and mitigation activities
        01:52
      • 15.21 Step 11 Develop Statement of Architecture Work Secure approval
        01:55
      • 15.22 Statement of Architecture Work
        01:03
      • 15.23 Phase A Outputs
        01:28
      • 15.24 Summary
        03:23
      • 15.25 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts
        00:41
      • 15.26 Conclusion
        00:05
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 16 - TOGAF V92 M16 Phase B Business Architecture

      51:34Preview
      • 16.01 Phase B Business Architecture
        00:21
      • 16.02 Module Objectives
        00:51
      • 16.03 Business Architecture Objectives
        00:34
      • 16.04 Approach
        03:17
      • 16.05 PhaseB Inputs
        01:21
      • 16.06 Steps
        00:59
      • 16.07 Step 1 Select Reference Models Viewpoint and Tools
        03:11
      • 16.08 Business Capability Mapping
        02:22
      • 16.09 Value Stream Mapping
        02:02
      • 16.10 Mapping Value Streams to Business Capabilities
        02:01
      • 16.11 Organization Mapping
        02:45
      • 16.12 Additional Techniques
        00:43
      • 16.13 Step 1 Select Reference Models Viewpoints and Tools
        02:01
      • 16.14 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts
        00:34
      • 16.15 Step 2 Develop Baseline Business Architecture Description
        02:07
      • 16.16 Step 3 Develop Target Business Architecture Description
        00:30
      • 16.17 Step 4 Perform Gap Analysis
        04:17
      • 16.18 Gap Analysis Exercise
        00:42
      • 16.19 Gap Analysis Answer
        01:39
      • 16.20 Step 5 Define Candidate Roadmap Components
        00:51
      • 16.21 Step 6 Resolve Impacts Across the Architecture Landscape
        00:55
      • 16.22 Step 7 Conduct Formal Stakeholder Review
        00:38
      • 16.23 Step 8 Finalize the Business Architecture
        01:05
      • 16.24 Step 9 Create Architecture Definition Document
        00:50
      • 16.25 Summary of Building Block usage in Phase B
        02:32
      • 16.26 Phase B Outputs
        00:34
      • 16.27 Architecture Definition Document
        02:20
      • 16.28 Architecture Definition Document Business Architecture Components
        01:25
      • 16.29 Architecture Requirements Specification
        00:42
      • 16.30 Architecture Requirements Specification Business Architecture Components
        01:25
      • 16.31 Summary
        04:04
      • 16.32 Exercise
        00:39
      • 16.33 Resource
        01:04
      • 16.34 Conclusion
        00:13
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 17 - TOGAF V92 M16A Phase B

      56:19Preview
      • 16A.01 PhaseB
        00:27
      • 16A.02 Module Objectives
        00:24
      • 16A.03 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts
        00:34
      • 16A.04 Catalogs Matrices and Diagrams
        02:50
      • 16A.05 Catalogs
        08:04
      • 16A.06 Exercise
        00:41
      • 16A.07 Matrices
        00:47
      • 16A.08 Capability Organization Matrix
        01:33
      • 16A.09 Strategy Capability Matrix
        00:51
      • 16A.10 Value Stream Capability Matrix
        01:17
      • 16A.11 Business Interaction Matrix
        02:09
      • 16A.12 Actor role Matrix
        03:47
      • 16A.13 Diagrams
        01:01
      • 16A.14 Business Capability Map
        02:01
      • 16A.15 Value Stream Map
        02:09
      • 16A.16 Mapping Value Streams to Business Capabilities
        00:47
      • 16A.17 Organization Map
        02:51
      • 16A.18 Business Footprint Diagram
        03:52
      • 16A.19 Business Service Information Diagram
        01:03
      • 16A.20 Functional Decomposition Diagram
        04:16
      • 16A.21 Product Lifecycle Diagram
        02:17
      • 16A.22 Goal Objective Service Diagram
        01:50
      • 16A.23 Business Use case Diagram
        02:32
      • 16A.24 Organization Decomposition Diagram
        02:00
      • 16A.25 Process Flow Diagram
        02:52
      • 16A.26 Events Diagram
        01:17
      • 16A.27 Example Events Matrix
        01:50
      • 16A.28 Conclusion
        00:17
    • L2 18 - TOGAF V92 M17 Phase C Overview

      08:49Preview
      • 17.01 Phase C - Information Systems Architectures-Overview
        00:32
      • 17.02 Module Objectives
        00:40
      • 17.03 Information Systems Architectures-Objectives
        00:27
      • 17.04 Approach
        01:08
      • 17.05 Top-Down Design - Bottom-up Implementation
        00:47
      • 17.06 Alternative Approach Data-Driven Sequence Implementation
        00:21
      • 17.07 Approach Architecture Repository
        01:28
      • 17.08 Considerations for Data Architecture
        02:33
      • 17.09 Phase C Inputs
        00:53
    • L2 19 - TOGAF V92 M18 Phase C Data Architecture

      20:52Preview
      • 18.01 Phase C - Data Architecture
        00:26
      • 18.02 Module Objectives
        00:15
      • 18.03 Data Architecture - Objectives
        01:05
      • 18.04 Phase C - Data - Inputs
        02:59
      • 18.05 Steps
        01:36
      • 18.06 Step 1 - Select reference models viewpoints and tools
        00:47
      • 18.07 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts
        00:27
      • 18.08 Step 1 - Select reference models viewpoints and tools
        01:23
      • 18.09 Step 2 - Develop a Baseline Data Architecture Description
        01:16
      • 18.10 Step 3 - Develop Target Data Architecture Description
        00:30
      • 18.11 Step 4 - Perform Gap Analysis
        00:32
      • 18.12 Step 5 - Define candidate roadmap components
        00:17
      • 18.13 Step 6 - Resolve impacts across the Architecture Landscape
        00:57
      • 18.14 Step 7 - Conduct Formal Stakeholder Review
        01:21
      • 18.15 Step 8 - Finalize the Data Architecture
        00:41
      • 18.16 Step 9 - Create Architecture Definition Document
        00:35
      • 18.17 Phase C - Outputs - Data Architecture
        00:29
      • 18.18 Architecture Definition Document - Data Architecture Components
        00:50
      • 18.19 Architecture Requirements Specification - Data Architecture Components
        00:32
      • 18.20 Summary
        03:13
      • 18.21 Exercise
        00:23
      • 18.22 Conclusion
        00:18
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 20 - TOGAF V92 M18A Phase C Data Architecture

      20:27Preview
      • 18A.01 Phase C Data Architecture
        00:30
      • 18A.02 Module Objectives
        00:11
      • 18A.03 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts
        00:16
      • 18A.04 Catalogs Matrices and Diagrams
        00:43
      • 18A.05 Catalogs
        00:39
      • 18A.06 Exercise
        00:10
      • 18A.07 Matrices
        00:11
      • 18A.08 Data Entity Business Function Matrix
        01:12
      • 18A.09 Example Data Entity Business Function Matrix
        01:36
      • 18A.10 Application Data Matrix
        00:20
      • 18A.11 Example Application Data Matrix
        01:20
      • 18A.12 Diagrams
        00:16
      • 18A.13 Conceptual Data Diagram
        01:43
      • 18A.14 Logical Data Diagram
        00:26
      • 18A.15 Data Dissemination Diagram
        00:23
      • 18A.16 Example Data Dissemination Diagram
        01:58
      • 18A.17 Data Security Diagram
        00:58
      • 18A.18 Example Data Security Diagram
        00:39
      • 18A.19 Example Data Security Matrix
        01:30
      • 18A.20 Data Migration Diagram
        01:19
      • 18A.21 Example Data Migration Diagram
        01:24
      • 18A.22 Example Data Migration Mapping
        01:08
      • 18A.23 Data Lifecycle Diagram
        01:17
      • 18A.24 Conclusion
        00:18
    • L2 21 - TOGAF V92 M19 I3RM

      14:42Preview
      • 19.01 The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
        01:16
      • 19.02 Module Objectives
        00:38
      • 19.03 Key Business and Technical Drivers
        01:03
      • 19.04 Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
        00:42
      • 19.05 TOGAF TRM
        00:37
      • 19.06 TOGAF TRM Orientations
        00:53
      • 19.07 Boundaryless Information Flow Focus
        00:37
      • 19.08 Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model High level Model
        01:40
      • 19.09 Components of the III RM
        00:29
      • 19.10 Components of the High-Level III RM
        02:09
      • 19.11 Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model Detailed Model
        03:17
      • 19.12 Summary
        00:36
      • 19.13 Exercise
        00:28
      • 19.14 Conclusion
        00:17
    • L2 22 - TOGAF V92 M20 Phase C Applications Architecture

      26:21Preview
      • 20.01 Phase C - Application Architecture
        00:23
      • 20.02 Module Objectives
        00:11
      • 20.03 Objectives
        01:35
      • 20.04 Phase C - Inputs - Application Architecture
        01:52
      • 20.05 Steps
        01:07
      • 20.06 Step 1 - Select reference models viewpoints and tools
        00:39
      • 20.07 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts
        00:25
      • 20.08 Step 1 - Select reference models viewpoints and tools
        00:45
      • 20.09 Recommended Process
        01:02
      • 20.10 Step 1 - Select reference models viewpoints and tools
        00:45
      • 20.11 Example - The Integrated Information Infrastructure Model
        01:09
      • 20.12 III-RM Business and Technical Drivers
        02:30
      • 20.13 III-RM Focus
        00:30
      • 20.14 III-RM High Level View
        01:43
      • 20.15 Step 2 - Develop a Baseline Application Architecture Description
        01:10
      • 20.16 Step 3 - Develop Target Application Architecture Description
        00:21
      • 20.17 Step 4 - Perform Gap Analysis
        00:42
      • 20.18 Step 5 - Define candidate roadmap components
        00:18
      • 20.19 Step 6 - Resolve impacts across the Architecture Landscape
        00:48
      • 20.20 Step 7 - Conduct Formal Stakeholder Review
        00:52
      • 20.21 Step 8 - Finalize the Application Architecture
        00:34
      • 20.22 Step 9 - Create Architecture Definition Document
        00:42
      • 20.23 Phase C - Outputs - Application Architecture
        00:22
      • 20.24 Architecture Definition Document - Application Architecture Components
        00:34
      • 20.25 Architecture Requirements Specification - Application Architecture Components
        00:36
      • 20.26 Summary
        03:40
      • 20.27 Exercise
        00:51
      • 20.28 Conclusion
        00:15
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 23 - TOGAF V92 M20A Phase C Applications Architecture

      29:26Preview
      • 20A.01 Phase C Application Architecture
        00:26
      • 20A.02 Module Objectives
        00:11
      • 20A.03 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts
        00:26
      • 20A.04 Catalogs Matrices and Diagrams
        00:52
      • 20A.05 Catalogs
        02:24
      • 20A.06 Exercise
        00:09
      • 20A.07 Matrices
        00:18
      • 20A.08 Application Organization Matrix
        00:53
      • 20A.09 Example Application Organization Matrix
        01:01
      • 20A.10 Role Application Matrix
        00:56
      • 20A.11 Example Role Application Matrix
        00:41
      • 20A.12 Application Function Matrix
        00:46
      • 20A.13 Example Application Function Matrix
        00:48
      • 20A.14 Example Application Interaction Matrix
        01:29
      • 20A.15 Diagrams
        00:32
      • 20A.16 Application Communication Diagram
        02:16
      • 20A.17 Alternate Example N2 Model
        01:08
      • 20A.18 Alternate Example Information Exchange Matrix
        01:06
      • 20A.19 Application User Location Diagram
        01:31
      • 20A.20 Example Application User Location Diagram part1
        01:22
      • 20A.21 Example Application User Location Diagram part2
        00:57
      • 20A.22 Application Use Case Diagram
        01:46
      • 20A.23 Enterprise Manageability Diagram
        00:25
      • 20A.24 Example Enterprise Manageability Diagram
        00:55
      • 20A.25 Process Application Realization Diagram
        00:41
      • 20A.26 Example Process Application Realization Diagram
        01:18
      • 20A.27 Software Engineering Diagram
        00:34
      • 20A.28 Example Software Engineering Diagram
        01:21
      • 20A.29 Application Migration Diagram
        00:28
      • 20A.30 Example Application Migration Diagram
        00:37
      • 20A.31 Software Distribution Diagram
        00:48
      • 20A.32 Conclusion
        00:21
    • L2 24 - TOGAF V92 M21 Foundation Architecture

      15:04Preview
      • 21.01 Foundation Architecture
        02:41
      • 21.02 Module Objectives
        00:33
      • 21.03 TRM Components
        00:25
      • 21.04 The TRM
        03:48
      • 21.05 Using the TRM
        01:43
      • 21.06 Taxonomy of Platform Services
        01:51
      • 21.07 Taxonomy of Application Platform Service Qualities
        00:45
      • 21.08 Availability
        00:58
      • 21.09 Assurance
        00:34
      • 21.10 Usability
        00:30
      • 21.11 Adaptability
        00:43
      • 21.12 Summary
        00:16
      • 21.13 Conclusion
        00:17
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 25 - TOGAF V92 M22 Phase D Technology Architecture

      24:57Preview
      • 22.1 Phase D Technology Architecture
        00:26
      • 22.2 Module Objectives
        00:12
      • 22.3 Objectives
        00:37
      • 22.4 Approach
        00:48
      • 22.5 Technology Architecture Inputs
        02:40
      • 22.6 Steps
        00:52
      • 22.7 Step 1 Select reference models viewpoints and tools
        07:56
      • 22.8 Step 2 Develop a Baseline Technology Architecture Description
        00:25
      • 22.9 Step 3 Develop Target Technology Architecture Description
        00:26
      • 22.10 Step 4 Perform Gap Analysis
        00:56
      • 22.11 Step 5 Define candidate roadmap components
        00:24
      • 22.12 Step 6 Resolve impacts across the Architecture Landscape
        01:18
      • 22.13 Step 7 Conduct Formal Stakeholder Review
        00:46
      • 22.14 Step 8 Finalize the Technology Architecture
        00:40
      • 22.15 Step 9 Create Architecture Definition Document
        00:36
      • 22.16 Technology Architecture Outputs
        00:28
      • 22.17 Architecture Definition Document Technology Architecture Components
        00:59
      • 22.18 Architecture Requirements Specification Technology Architecture Components
        00:05
      • 22.19 Summary
        03:07
      • 22.20 Exercise
        00:56
      • 22.21 Conclusion
        00:20
    • L2 26 - TOGAF V92 M22A Phase D Technology Architecture

      20:10Preview
      • 22A.01 Phase D Technology Architecture Catalogs Matrices and Diagrams
        00:22
      • 22A.02 Module Objectives
        00:10
      • 22A.03 TOGAF Standard Version 9 2 Artifacts
        00:17
      • 22A.04 Catalogs Matrices and Diagrams
        00:38
      • 22A.05 Catalogs
        02:18
      • 22A.06 Exercise
        00:16
      • 22A.07 Matrices
        00:11
      • 22A.08 Application Technology Matrix
        00:33
      • 22A.09 Example Application Technology Matrix
        03:34
      • 22A.10 Diagrams
        00:18
      • 22A.11 Environments and Locations Diagram
        00:27
      • 22A.12 Example Environments and Locations Diagram
        01:19
      • 22A.13 Platform Decomposition Diagram
        00:56
      • 22A.14 Example Platform Decomposition Diagram
        00:59
      • 22A.15 Processing Diagram
        00:57
      • 22A.16 Example Processing Diagram
        01:55
      • 22A.17 Network Computing Hardware Diagram
        01:26
      • 22A.18 Example Network Computing Hardware Diagram
        00:48
      • 22A.19 Network and Communications Diagram
        02:40
      • 22A.20 Conclusion
        00:06
    • L2 27 - TOGAF V92 M23 Migration Planning

      14:23Preview
      • 23.01 Migration Planning
        00:42
      • 23.02 Module Objectives
        00:35
      • 23.03 The Implementation Factor Assessment and Deduction Matrix
        02:11
      • 23.04 The Consolidated Gaps Solutions and Dependencies Matrix
        02:30
      • 23.05 Architecture Definition Increments table
        01:57
      • 23.06 The Transition Architecture State Evolution Table
        02:20
      • 23.07 The Business Value Assessment Technique
        02:14
      • 23.08 Summary
        00:27
      • 23.09 Exercise The Business Value Assessment Technique Summary
        01:18
      • 23.10 Conclusion
        00:09
    • L2 28 - TOGAF V92 M24 Phase E Opportunities and Solutions

      30:03Preview
      • 24.01 Phase E - Opportunities and Solutions
        00:25
      • 24.02 Module Objectives
        00:22
      • 24.03 Objectives
        00:29
      • 24.04 Stakeholders
        00:32
      • 24.05 Approach
        02:36
      • 24.06 Phase E - Inputs
        00:46
      • 24.07 Steps
        01:02
      • 24.08 Step 1 - Determine Corporate Change Attributes
        00:57
      • 24.09 Step 2 - Determine Business Constraints for Implementation
        00:21
      • 24.10 Step 3 - Review and Consolidate Gap Analysis Results from Phases B to D
        01:49
      • 24.11 Step 4 - Review Consolidated Requirements Across Related Business Functions
        00:54
      • 24.12 Step 5 - Consolidate and Reconcile Interoperability Requirements
        01:24
      • 24.13 Step 6 - Refine and Validate Dependencies
        01:04
      • 24.14 Step 7 - Confirm Readiness and Risk for Business Transformation
        00:37
      • 24.15 Step 8 - Formulate Implementation and Migration Strategy
        01:42
      • 24.16 Step 9 - Identify and Group Major Work Packages
        01:54
      • 24.17 Step 10 - Identify Transition Architectures
        01:13
      • 24.18 Step 11 - Create the Architecture Roadmap and Implementation and Migration Plan
        02:27
      • 24.19 Phase E Outputs
        00:45
      • 24.20 Summary
        03:09
      • 24.21 TOGAF Version 9 2 Artifacts
        00:18
      • 24.22 Project Context Diagram
        01:41
      • 24.23 Benefits Diagram
        03:33
      • 24.24 Conclusion
        00:03
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 29 - TOGAF V92 M25 Phase F Migration Planning

      18:10Preview
      • 25.01 Phase F Migration Planning
        00:25
      • 25.02 Module Objectives
        00:13
      • 25.03 Phase F Objectives
        00:25
      • 25.04 Approach
        01:02
      • 25.05 Phase F Inputs
        00:47
      • 25.06 Steps
        00:43
      • 25.07 Step 1 Confirm Management Framework
        01:32
      • 25.08 Step 2 Assign a Business Value to Each Work Package
        03:25
      • 25.09 Step 3 Estimate Resource Requirements
        00:35
      • 25.10 Step 4 Prioritize the Migration Projects
        01:30
      • 25.11 Step 5 Confirm Architecture Roadmap and Update Architecture
        01:17
      • 25.12 Step 6 Generate the Implementation Migration Plan
        00:35
      • 25.13 Step 7 Complete the Architecture Development Cycle
        01:48
      • 25.14 Phase F Outputs
        00:29
      • 25.15 Summary
        03:00
      • 25.16 Conclusion
        00:24
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 30 - TOGAF V92 M26 Phase G Implementation Governance

      13:06Preview
      • 26.01 Phase G Implementation Governance
        00:29
      • 26.02 Module Objective
        00:17
      • 26.03 Phase G Objectives
        00:54
      • 26.04 Approach
        02:04
      • 26.05 Phase G InputsApproach
        00:36
      • 26.06 Steps
        00:34
      • 26.07 Step 1 Confirm scope and priorities
        00:49
      • 26.08 Step 2 Identify deployment resources and skills
        00:31
      • 26.09 Step 3 Guide development of solutions deployment
        00:51
      • 26.10 Step 4 Perform EA compliance reviewst
        00:49
      • 26.11 Step 5 Implement business and IT operations
        00:45
      • 26.12 Step 6 Do post-implementation review close the implementation
        00:37
      • 26.13 Phase G Outputs
        01:00
      • 26.14 Summary
        02:31
      • 26.15 Conclusion
        00:19
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 31 - TOGAF V92 M27 Phase H Architecture Change Management

      20:33Preview
      • 27.01 Phase H Architecture Change Management
        00:21
      • 27.02 Module Objectives
        00:15
      • 27.03 Phase H Objectives
        00:22
      • 27.04 Approach
        01:21
      • 27.05 Exercise Drivers for Architecture Change
        00:41
      • 27.06 Chang Management Process
        02:57
      • 27.07 Maintenance versus Redesign
        00:41
      • 27.08 Change Impact Exercise
        02:30
      • 27.09 Phase H Inputs
        00:44
      • 27.10 Change Requests
        01:28
      • 27.11 Steps
        00:34
      • 27.12 Step 1 Establish Value Realization Process
        00:22
      • 27.13 Step 2 Deploy Monitoring Tools
        01:09
      • 27.14 Step 3 Manage Risks
        00:22
      • 27.15 Step 4 Provide Analysis for Architecture Change Management
        00:56
      • 27.16 Step 5 Develop Change Requirements to Meet Performance Targets
        00:21
      • 27.17 Step 6 Manage Governance Process
        00:30
      • 27.18 Step 7 Activate the Process to Implement Change
        00:17
      • 27.19 Phase H Outputs
        00:17
      • 27.20 Business Users Architecture Contract
        00:33
      • 27.21 Request for Architecture Work
        01:22
      • 27.22 Summary
        02:20
      • 27.23 Conclusion
        00:10
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 32 - TOGAF V92 M28 Architecture Requirements Management

      17:40Preview
      • 28.01 Architecture Requirements Management
        00:44
      • 28.02 Module Objectives
        00:21
      • 28.03 Objectives
        00:25
      • 28.04 ADM Requirements Management
        01:19
      • 28.05 Approach
        01:09
      • 28.06 Requirements Development
        00:49
      • 28.07 Resources
        00:50
      • 28.08 Volère Requirements Specification Template
        01:05
      • 28.09 Requirements Management Inputs
        00:21
      • 28.10 Steps Overview
        06:28
      • 28.11 Requirements Management Outputs
        00:18
      • 28.12 Requirements Impact Assessment
        00:56
      • 28.13 Summary
        02:41
      • 28.14 Conclusion
        00:14
      • Knowledge Check
    • L2 33 - TOGAF V92 M29 Architecture Partitioning

      12:57Preview
      • 29.01 Architecture Partitioning
        00:38
      • 29.02 Module Objectives
        00:28
      • 29.03 Partitioning
        03:06
      • 29.04 The Need to Partition
        00:54
      • 29.05 Applying Classification to Partitioned Architectures Solution Partitioning
        01:42
      • 29.06 Applying Classification to Partitioned Architectures Architecture Partitioning
        01:21
      • 29.07 Applying Partitioning to the ADM
        01:07
      • 29.08 Preliminary Phase
        02:29
      • 29.09 Example Teams allocated
        00:41
      • 29.10 Summary
        00:18
      • 29.11 Conclusion
        00:13
    • L2 34 - TOGAF V92 M30 Iteration and Levels

      09:52Preview
      • 30.01 Iteration and Levels
        00:51
      • 30.02 Module Objectives
        00:13
      • 30.03 Iteration and Levels
        02:01
      • 30.04 Iteration and the ADM
        00:53
      • 30.05 Iteration to develop a comprehensive Architecture Landscape
        00:53
      • 30.06 Iteration within an ADM Cycle
        00:55
      • 30.07 Iteration to Manage the Architecture Capability
        00:34
      • 30.08 Factors influencing the use of Iteration
        01:37
      • 30.09 Iteration Cycles
        01:55
    • L2 35 - TOGAF V92 M31 Security

      18:07Preview
      • 31.01 Adapting the ADM Security
        01:24
      • 31.02 Module Objectives
        00:11
      • 31.03 The Open Group Guide - Integrating Risk and Security within a TOGAF Enterprise Architecture
        01:35
      • 31.04 Enterprise Security Architecture
        03:22
      • 31.05 Security as a Cross-Cutting Concern
        01:17
      • 31.06 Adapting the ADM for Security
        00:14
      • 31.07 ADM Requirements Management
        00:42
      • 31.08 Preliminary Phase
        00:38
      • 31.09 Phase A - Architecture Vision
        01:11
      • 31.10 Phase B - Business Architecture
        00:42
      • 31.11 Phase C - Information Systems Architectures
        00:23
      • 31.12 Phase D - Technology Architecture
        00:53
      • 31.13 Phase E - Opportunities and Solutions
        01:09
      • 31.14 Phase F - Migration Planning
        00:44
      • 31.15 Phase G - Implementation Governance
        00:29
      • 31.16 Phase H - Architecture Change Management
        01:24
      • 31.17 Summary
        00:33
      • 31.18 Exercise
        00:59
      • 31.19 Conclusion
        00:17
    • L2 36 - TOGAF V92 M33 Architecture Maturity Models

      15:40Preview
      • 33.01 Architecture Maturity Models
        00:36
      • 33.02 Module Objectives
        00:25
      • 33.03 Capability Maturity Models
        03:42
      • 33.04 The CMMI
        02:18
      • 33.05 US Department of Commerce ACMM
        01:02
      • 33.06 ACMM Maturity Levels
        00:29
      • 33.07 ACMM Enterprise Architecture Elements
        02:29
      • 33.08 Example ACMM Scoring Criteria
        02:45
      • 33.09 Maturity Assessments in the ADM
        00:57
      • 33.10 Summary
        00:28
      • 33.11 Exercise
        00:18
      • 33.12 Conclusion
        00:11
    • L2 37 - TOGAF V92 M34 Architecture Skills Framework

      09:47Preview
      • 34.01 Architecture Skills Framework
        00:35
      • 34.02 Module Objectives
        00:17
      • 34.03 Roles
        00:49
      • 34.04 Purpose
        01:44
      • 34.05 Benefits of using the Architecture Skills Framework
        00:28
      • 34.06 The structure of the Architecture Skills Framework
        05:11
      • 34.07 Summary
        00:16
      • 34.08 Exercise
        00:12
      • 34.09 Conclusion
        00:15
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TOGAF Course Advisor

  • John Ghostley

    John Ghostley

    IT Consultant, Enterprise Architect

    John Ghostley is a former CIO and has 30 years of hands-on experience in IT Strategic Planning, IT Architecture, IT Governance, IT business transformation and IT Service Management. He is certified in ITIL Expert, TOGAF 9, Cobit 5, an ISO 20000 consultant manager.

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TOGAF Exam & Certification

TOGAF 9 Training in Rio De Janeiro City, Brazil
  • How do I become TOGAF certified?

    To become TOGAF®? Certified, you must pass both parts 1 and 2 of the TOGAF 9 exam. Attending a TOGAF training in Rio De Janeiro that is recognized/accreditated by the Open Group is the most effective approach to crack the TOGAF®? exam in one go and get TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro. The Open Group has fully accredited Simplilearn's TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro.

  • What are the prerequisites for TOGAF certification?

    As such, there are no prerequisites for this TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro course; anyone interested in getting employed as an enterprise architect can enroll in this TOGAF training in Rio De Janeiro and earn their certification.

  • What do I need to do to unlock my Simplilearn certificate?

    Simplilearn offers two modes of training:

    • Online classroom.
    • Self-learning.

    To unlock your Simplilearn TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro in the online classroom:

    • You have to attend a complete session.
    • You have to pass one test with at least a score of 60%.

    To unlock your Simplilearn TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro in self-learning mode:

    • You have to complete 85% of the course syllabus.
    • You have to pass one test with at least a score of 60%

  • How should I prepare for the TOGAF Certification Exam?

    Finding a TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro course might help you prepare for the exam by letting you know what to expect. The TOGAF training in Rio De Janeiro course can help you prepare for the exam by providing material and expert advice. It's also a terrific method to keep yourself accountable and motivated while you're training.

  • When can I procure a TOGAF certification exam voucher from Simplilearn?

    The exam voucher fee is offered as part of this TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro course fees. It is important that you avail of this exam voucher within 6 months of purchasing the course.

    The eligibility criteria for unlocking the exam voucher is completing the TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro in 6 months. Once you successfully finish the clearance requirements of this course, you'll have access to the LMS portal, and from there, you can unlock the exam voucher.

    What if you are unable to complete the course within 6 months? Don't worry. You can request for an extension of 90 days. Once you are granted the extension, you have to complete the course within the said time to unlock and avail the exam voucher through your LMS portal.

    What if you fail to request an extension? If you fail to request an extension, you will be receiving constant email reminders until you put in a request for an extension. 

    What if you still do not request for an extension? If you don’t put in a request even after 365 days of the course start date, the exam voucher will be shared directly via email correspondence with you.

    Does the TOGAF course fee include examination fees as well?
    When you attend one of our authorized TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro courses, Simplilearn includes the exam voucher in the TOGAF training in Rio De Janeiro course fee.

  • How do I schedule/book my TOGAF certification exam?

    It's time to schedule your exam after you've invested your valuable time and money in TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro course. To know more about the booking process of TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro exam, click the link below:

    https://www.simplilearn.com/ice9/about_course_images/Raise_exam_request_through_LMS.pdf

  • What is the validity of my TOGAF certification exam voucher?

    Your exam voucher is good for a year from the date of your TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro course. We recommend taking the final exam for which this TOGAF training in Rio De Janeiro is for, right after finishing the course to make sure that the learnings and concepts are all fresh in your mind.

  • What are the levels of TOGAF Certification?

    TOGAF training in Rio De Janeiro includes two levels:

    • TOGAF 9 Foundation: This TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro is ideally meant for professionals with a basic understanding of the TOGAF 9 standard and is intended to attest to their comprehension of the vocabulary, structure, and fundamental ideas. To acquire this certificate, you must pass the Part 1 exam. 
    • TOGAF 9 Certificate: This certification for TOGAF training in Rio De Janeiro is for professionals who have a thorough understanding of the TOGAF 9 standard and can assess and apply their knowledge to the creation of corporate architectures. To get this certificate, you must pass both the Part 1 and Part 2 examinations.

  • What are the learning benefits of this TOGAF course?

    Architects and IT professionals are often TOGAF® certified. It can also help you advance in your career as a manager. 

    You'll be tested on both fundamental ideas and in-depth knowledge when you're giving the TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro examinations. What you learn in the classes and on the examinations can be applied to a variety of jobs. 

    By completing this TOGAF training in Rio De Janeiro teaches you how to communicate in a shared language of knowledge. This will enable you to communicate in this language with others who have the same educational background as you.

  • Do you provide any practice tests as part of this TOGAF course?

    Yes, we include one practice test in our TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro course. You can also utilize this free TOGAF Exam Practice Test to get a hint of the questions that will be included in the TOGAF certification in Rio De Janeiro exam.

  • Does the TOGAF course fee include examination fees as well?

    Yes, the TOGAF course fee is inclusive of the examination fee.
     

  • How should I prepare for the TOGAF Certification Exam?

    Your preparation requirements for passing the TOGAF exam will depend on your current role and your understanding of IT enterprise architecture. However, structured training like this course will arm you with the right information to assure positive results.

  • How do I become an IT Architect?

    Individuals need to be skilled enough to deliver value by presenting signature-ready recommendations to business and IT leaders for adjusting policies and projects to achieve desired outcomes to become successful IT architects. Our TOGAF certification can prepare you for such a role.

TOGAF Course Reviews

  • Walter Downs

    Walter Downs

    Manager | IRES LLC, Houston

    Very impressed with Simplilearn. I do promote it to others. The trainer is doing an outstanding job. Organizing and breaking down a lot of intimidating complex material into edible portions!

  • Yogesh Govekar

    Yogesh Govekar

    Datamatics Global Services Ltd, Houston

    Looking forward to the case studies and practical examples during sessions as it progresses into a deep dive of the contents. Good introduction session to TOGAF. Industry-wide links provided during session. I appreciate the knowledge and experience level of the Trainer.

  • Dinesh Kumar

    Dinesh Kumar

    Sr IT Solution Manager at Microsoft, Houston

    Trainer's knowledge, pace and his examples were very clear in helping me understand the subject. Thank you again.

  • Praveen Sankuratri

    Praveen Sankuratri

    Tibco Architect, Houston

    Nice course and well paced. Good organization of material. Instructor has total command on the subject he is teaching.

  • Peter Ghavami

    Peter Ghavami

    Head Data Analytics, Director @ Capital One, Houston

    Excellent presentation and set up. It is one of the best trainings that I've attended. Besides, I took up a class previously from Global Knowledge in the UK and it was a disaster. I'd never repeat that mistake again. I'd highly recommend Simplilearn to everyone. Thanks for being so professional.

  • David Thomas

    David Thomas

    Program managar @TLScontact, Houston

    Just put a headset on and you get professional training. Great experience with live feedback about a complicated subject.

  • Sougata Das

    Sougata Das

    Senior Architect @STA Group, Houston

    The instructor is experienced and very knowledgeable. The course content and mock questions were very helpful for the exam.

  • Agrim Chatterjee

    Agrim Chatterjee

    Project Manager @HP, Houston

    The trainer conducted the session with a great approach and used excellent method to train us on TOGAF. This helped us to understand, co-relate and digest the complex concept with ease. It was a wonderful experience.

  • Angshuman Nandi

    Angshuman Nandi

    Consultant, Houston

    Excellent course. Material is fantastic and overall delivery was even better.

  • Fabrice Kabore

    Fabrice Kabore

    Paris

    Very flexible with training materials and records.

  • Ewere Airhihen

    Ewere Airhihen

    IT Security Analyst, London

    I liked the flexibility of taking the course from anywhere, and on any device. It worked even on 'listen only' mode while at work. I also received the recording after the course.

  • Rajat Chakraborty

    Rajat Chakraborty

    Head - Project Management Office, Dhaka

    Yes, I am happy with the services. Very good content and instructions for further learning and certification.

  • Hareesh V V

    Hareesh V V

    Automation Consultant at Wipro, London

    Simply Learn. The name says it all. The course contents are rich and versatile. It has a sophisticated approach to shaping the overall training program and guidance for certifications. The programs really helped in role changes, salary hikes in my career. Excellent.

  • Vishal Koul

    Vishal Koul

    Technical Architect at Silver Chain Group, Melbourne

    I learnt about Simplilearn through social media when I was searching for TOGAF 9.1 course online. My experience has been excellent both with trainers and course material. I definitely recommend Simplilearn to my friends or anyone looking of an online training course

  • Narayani

    Narayani

    SAP Lead Consultant at TCS, Sydney

    Togaf session was pretty good, trainer has very good knowledge about the subject. I have taken two courses with Simplilearn, I really like the services and support.

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Why Online Bootcamp

  • Develop skills for real career growthCutting-edge curriculum designed in guidance with industry and academia to develop job-ready skills
  • Learn from experts active in their field, not out-of-touch trainersLeading practitioners who bring current best practices and case studies to sessions that fit into your work schedule.
  • Learn by working on real-world problemsCapstone projects involving real world data sets with virtual labs for hands-on learning
  • Structured guidance ensuring learning never stops24x7 Learning support from mentors and a community of like-minded peers to resolve any conceptual doubts

TOGAF Certification FAQs

  • What is the last date for registration to appear for TOGAF Certification Exam?

    The examination date can be decided by the candidate, once he or she registers with Pearson VUE.

  • How long does it take to get TOGAF certification exam results?

    Usually you will receive notification of your pass or fail status within a few minutes of completing your exam in the form of a printed score report. In addition, you can obtain your score reports from within your Open Group Pearson VUE testing account. Occasionally, if a score report is unable to be printed, you will only receive the electronic copy. A result shown as “pending” indicates that Pearson VUE is still generating the score report, which may take a few hours.

  • I have a TOGAF 9 certification. How do I update my TOGAF 9.1 certification to the current version?

    The TOGAF Standard, Version 9.2, is an update to the previous version providing improved guidance, correcting errors, improving the document structure, and removing obsolete content. Key enhancements made in this version include updates to the Business Architecture and the Content Metamodel. If you achieved TOGAF 9 certification to the earlier conformance requirements then you remain certified.

  • How do I register for a TOGAF certification exam session on Simplilearn?

    Learners need to register on the Pearson VUE website with an TOGAF certification exam voucher provided by Simplilearn to schedule the exam.

  • Do I need a background in IT to take this TOGAF course?

    TOGAF is a framework for enterprise architecture that provides an approach for designing, planning, implementing, and governing an enterprise information technology architecture. An IT background is not necessary to take the TOGAF certification exam. If you don't have an IT background, our training will help you understand the TOGAF course material better and simplify the journey towards being TOGAF certified.

  • Will my TOGAF 9 certificate expire?

    TOGAF certification is valid for lifetime and doesn't need any renewal.

  • What if I fail the TOGAF certification exam?

    If you fail the TOGAF certification examination, you need to wait at least one month to retake the exam. 

  • Who are the instructors for the live classroom training for TOGAF certification course?

    All of our highly qualified trainers are TOGAF 9 certified with more than 14 years of experience in implementing TOGAF framework.

  • What certification will I receive after completing the TOGAF training?

    After successful completion of the TOGAF training, you will be awarded the TOGAF course completion certificate. Once you clear the exam you will then receive the TOGAF 9 certification from The Open Group.

  • Do you provide assistance for the exam booking process?

    Yes, we do help you in finding the nearest Prometric Centre for your exam.

  • How many questions are there in the TOGAF certification exam?

    TOGAF part 1 Foundation (Duration 60 minutes)
    40 multiple choice questions (Closed Book)
    Pass mark – 55%

    TOGAF part 2 Certification (Duration 90 minutes)
    8 Scenario based questions (Open Book)
    Pass mark – 60%

  • How does the online classroom training work?

    Online classroom training for TOGAF 9 is conducted via live streaming by a TOGAF 9 certified trainer with over 15 years of work experience. The class is attended by a global audience to enrich your learning experience.

  • Is this live TOGAF training, or will I watch pre-recorded videos?

    All of the classes are conducted live online. They are interactive sessions that enable you to ask questions and participate in discussions during class time. We do, however, provide recordings of each TOGAF training session you attend for your future reference.

  • What tools do I need to attend the TOGAF training sessions?

    The tools you’ll need to attend TOGAF training are:

    • Windows: Windows XP SP3 or higher
    • Mac: OSX 10.6 or higher
    • Internet speed: Preferably 512 Kbps or higher
    • Headset, speakers and microphone: You’ll need headphones or speakers to hear instruction clearly, as well as a microphone to talk to others. You can use a headset with a built-in microphone, or separate speakers and microphone.

  • I’d like to learn more about this TOGAF training program. Who should I contact?

    To learn more about this TOGAF training program, contact us using the form on the right of any page on the Simplilearn website, or select the Live Chat link. Our customer service representatives can provide you with more details.

  • Who are our faculties and how are they selected?

    All of our highly qualified trainers are ITIL-certified, with more than 15 years of experience in training and working in the IT domain. Each of them have gone through a rigorous selection process which includes profile screening, technical evaluation, and a training demo before they are certified to train for us. We also ensure that only those trainers with a high alumni rating continue to train for us.

  • What is Global Teaching Assistance?

    Our teaching assistants are a dedicated team of subject matter experts to help you get certified in your first attempt. They engage students proactively to ensure the course path is being followed and help you enrich your learning experience, from class onboarding to project mentoring and job assistance. Teaching Assistance is available during business hours.

  • What is covered under the 24/7 support promise?

    We offer 24/7 support through email, chat, and calls. We also have a dedicated team that provides on-demand assistance through our community forum. What’s more, you will have lifetime access to the community forum, even after completion of your course with us.

  • Benefits of TOGAF Certification in Enterprise Architecture

    Listed here are some broad aspects of how TOGAF can benefit organizations.
    • Ease of Implementation
    • Ease of Use
    • Global Standard
    • Authentic
    • Procedural
    • Flexible
    • Versatility
    • Uses Tested Ideas – Open Systems Framework
    • Intelligent Procurement Specification
    • Popularity
    • No Dearth of Training
    • Freely Available Public Domain Material:
    • Frees Up Licensing Costs for Other Frameworks:
    • Up-To-Date Body of Knowledge
    • Open Systems Implementation
    • TOGAF for Organizational Improvement

    Why should I get TOGAF certified?
     
    For efficient utilization of the TOGAF framework, knowing how to beneficially implement TOGAF will prove profitable for organizations that wish to adopt this framework in its functioning, and TOGAF certified architects will continue to remain in high demand.

    1. A certmag.com survey ranks TOGAF in the ninth position among the top 20 highest paying certifications in 2015. This is not surprising considering such organizations as IBM, HP, Oracle, Deloitte, Capgemini, CISCO and other leading giants are implementing TOGAF® methodologies to transform their businesses, thereby increasing the job opportunities and the subsequent demands for TOGAF certified architects

     
    2.  Data from Indeed.com demonstrates why TOGAF is such a sought-after domain for certification by IT professionals

    From these figures, it is clear that:

    • TOGAF professionals stand a great chance at breaking the $100,000 per year barrier
    • Professionals with a TOGAF certification are among the highest-paid professionals in the IT industry
       

    3.  A TOGAF certification enables professionals to acquire specific knowledge about the standard framework and methods of enterprise architecture and helps validate their proven knowledge of the framework.
     
    4. The spectrum of skills that professionals can build and develop through TOGAF certification is also vast, and includes business skills comprising of business cases, processes, strategic planning, Enterprise Architecture skills comprising of modelling, system integration, applications, and role design, Project Management skills, certain legal knowledge into the data protection laws, contract law, procurement laws, etc., and also some of the generic skills such as leadership, team-building, and soft-skills.
     

  • Can I cancel my enrollment? Will I get a refund?

    Yes, you can cancel your enrollment if necessary. We will refund the course price after deducting an administration fee. To learn more, please read our Refund Policy.

  • You offer an exam pass guarantee. How does it work?

    *Free exam retake terms and conditions:


    Terms and Conditions: 
    Our training comes with an Exam Pass Guarantee. Simplilearn believes in our highly effective blended learning methodology and its ability to provide learners with the knowledge and confidence to pass the TOGAF 9.2 exam in the first attempt. If you do not pass the TOGAF 9.2 exam on the first attempt, Simplilearn will offer a voucher (free of charge) to the students to retake the exam .

    To ensure your success, we strongly recommend that you take the TOGAF 9.2 exam within a week of the course completion date—or a maximum of 45 days from the completion of the online training. This way, the course materials will be fresh in your mind.

    TOGAF 9.2 Exam Attempts:

    Attempt Time Frame Result Free Exam Retake
    First Within 6 months (180 days) from enrollment date Did Not Pass Yes


    Exam Pass Guarantee:
    If you do not pass the exam on the first attempt, Simplilearn will offer you a voucher (free of charge) to retake the exam . You must submit a copy of your scorecard.  

    Terms and Conditions for qualifying:
    This Exam Pass Guarantee applies only to Simplilearn’s TOGAF 9.2 blended learning. It is not applicable for Simplilearn’s Self-Paced Learning TOGAF 9.2 course. The guarantee is valid only for participants who have paid the entire enrollment fee.


    The guarantee becomes void if:

    • Participants do not take the TOGAF 9 Combined examination within 45 days of unlocking the certificate.
    • Participants do not maintain 100% attendance during the training sessions.
    • Participants fail to score at least 80% in at least 2 simulation tests available at lms.Simplilearn.com
    • Participants fail to book their exam within 6 months from the date of enrollment 
    • Participants do not follow the instructions of the trainer and do not complete the exercises given during the training.
    • Participants do not submit the required documents to Simplilearn.
    • Participants failed to request a refund within 15 days of receiving their results 
       

  • *Disclaimer

    The Open Group®, TOGAF® are registered trademarks of The Open Group.

  • What is the TOGAF framework used for?

    The TOGAF framework is basically used by enterprises as a developmental method to plan and design their IT architecture. It is specifically beneficial for organizations that have plans to implement enterprise-wide technical architecture so as to support mission-critical business applications using open systems building blogs. Enroll in our TOGAF course to learn everything about this popular framework.

  • Is the TOGAF course difficult to learn?

    Simplilearn’s TOGAF course incorporates a cutting-edge curriculum designed by industry experts and is easy to follow. The instructors explain all the concepts thoroughly and you will not find anything difficult to grasp.

  • Is enterprise architecture a good career option?

    The job of an enterprise architect creates a high impact on n enterprise IT organizations. More popularly known as IT visionaries, enterprise architects define the capability of an organization to meet various business problems. In fact, this job role commands a median salary of $140K annually in the US. With a TOGAF certification, an individual can successfully launch their career in enterprise architecture.

  • How do beginners learn TOGAF?

    TOGAF certified professionals are responsible for developing an organization’s long-term IT strategy. As such, beginners need to be properly trained for passing the TOGAF certification exam. We recommend taking our TOGAF training program to get step-by-step guidance from industry experts and learn how to use the framework. 

  • Is a TOGAF certification worth it?

    Companies are using TOGAF to plan how their enterprise architecture is managed on both a short- and long-term basis. A TOGAF certification formally recognizes that the enterprise architects possess the knowledge and experience that aligns with the architecture tasks that an organization wishes to perform. Simplilearn’s TOGAF training is one of the best ways you can prepare for this valuable certification.

  • What are the job roles available after getting a TOGAF certification?

    A TOGAF certification makes you capable of exploring a number of career opportunities like an enterprise architect, architecture manager, data architect, application architect, IT designer, and project manager. Enroll in Simplilearn’s TOGAF training course and achieve this certification.

  • What does an IT Architect do?

    IT architects are responsible for creating the technology and applications roadmap to direct and steer the organization. They use TOGAF standards for technology infrastructure to develop a long-term IT strategy that supports the overall business strategy. Moreover, they ensure that all aspects of the technology infrastructure are defined and IT-enabled processes run smoothly. Our TOGAF certification can help you step into this promising career option.

  • What skills should an IT Architect know?

    Enterprise architects are expected to have a good business acumen along with generic skills like teamwork, leadership, communication, etc. Additionally, they should know how to model and build block design, applications and role design, and system integration. A TOGAF certification can help you acquire all these skills.

  • What industries use TOGAF Architecture most?

    TOGAF has witnessed growing adoption over the years and helped organizations to develop an enterprise IT architecture. Industries ranging from information technology, healthcare, defense, to consulting and government agencies find TOGAF quite beneficial. Our TOGAF course is all you need to demonstrate your skills and enter any of these sectors.

  • Which companies hire IT Architects?

    IT architects who hold a TOGAF certification are in high demand across companies worldwide. Unilever, Accenture, IBM, PwC, Oracle, and SAP are the top firms looking for enterprise architects. 

  • What book do you suggest reading for TOGAF Architecture?

    Our TOGAF training is enough to prepare for the certification exam. However, you can also refer to some useful books for further reference.

    • TOGAF 9 Foundation Study Guide by Rachel Harrison
    • TOGAF 9 Certified Study Guide by Rachel Harrison
    • The TOGAF® Standard, Version 9.2 - A Pocket Guide by Andrew Josey

  • What is the pay scale of TOGAF certified professionals across the world?

    Enterprise architects who hold a TOGAF certification have bright salary prospects across the world. Their median annual salary across different countries is as follows (Source: Payscale):
    India - INR 30 Lakhs

    • The US - $144K
    • The UK - £73K
    • Canada - C$122K

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