Free TOGAF9.1 Exam Practice Test

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1. This is a FREE test and can be attempted multiple times. But it is recommended to take the test when you are ready for best practice experience.

2. Test Duration: 90 Minutes

3. Number of questions: 8 Multiple Choice Questions

4. Each question has multiple options out of which one or more may be correct

5. You can pause the test in between and you are allowed to re-take the test later. Your test will resume from where you left, but the test time will be reduced by the amount of time you’hv taken in the previous attempt.

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1. You are a Lead architect in a multinational company that operates production and manufacturing facilities in 10 countries and sells its products in over 80 countries. It has three sectors: Energy production, Energy systems, and Energy distribution/grid equipment. Each sector has several business units that operate independently with few shared customer and suppliers. An Executive President heads each of the business units. They were expected to share financial and human resource information from the corporate headquarters. A consultancy firm has recommended a realignment that will enhance sharing of product information across business units. The implementation of this strategic realignment will require the development of integrated customer information systems and product information systems. The company has a mature enterprise architecture practice and uses TOGAF 9 as the basis for its method and deliverables. The enterprise architecture program is sponsored by the CIO. The board of director expressed a concern about the risk to the business while a potentially conflicting program is being rolled out across the company. He noted that several competitors had tried similar initiatives with poor results. The Corporate board agreed that this concern must be satisfactorily addressed before this program can commence. You have been asked to recommend an approach to address the concerns raised?
2. You are a consultant to the lead architect of budget private airline. Its main base is at a major international airport. It currently serves 65 destinations in domestic market, and nine countries in the Europe, Gulf, and Asia pacifi The airline has received approval to merge with another international airline that will extend the market it reaches and enable it to feed its primary routes with connecting flights from major international route. In order to integrate the new merger, an enterprise architecture program has been initiated, using TOGAF 9 as the method and guiding framework. The CIO is the sponsor of the activity. The Chief Architect has indicated that this program should make use of iteration with the ADM. As the program moves into Phase A within the initial iteration of an Architecture Capability cycle, the CIO has emphasized the need to ensure that the architecture is embraced across the enterprise. You have been asked to explain how you would identify and engage the stakeholders at this stage of the program.
3. ABC retail company has been in business for over 30 years, growing through a series of acquisitions or merger with other retail company. It has a large IT service department and routinely has over 100 projects in progress. The governing board has decided that a more structured approach to its project is necessary to safeguard the business. CIO has sponsored the creation of an enterprise architecture group. This group has adopted TOGAF 9. They developed an architecture Vision, which has been approved, and defined a set of domain architectures. The time has come to consolidate the domain architectures and review the current initiatives and projects in the corporate portfolio as well as potentially create new projects in order to realize the vision. The CIO has stated that the implementation approach must accommodate the constantly occurring changes to the technology and business landscapes. Shareholders want to see not just a vision but want to know that there is a flexible, integrated Implementation and Migration Plan that has the best chance of realizing the vision in these uncertain times. As a lead enterprise architect, leading a group of domain architects and corporate project management office, strategic planners, and operations management planners. A meeting has been scheduled with the stakeholders and you have been asked to recommend the best approach to address the concerns raise
4. ABC a major manufacturing firm, has decided to improve the efficiency of its operation force by replacing its legacy paper-based configuration and investigation systems with an automated solution. This will impact both the firm and its customer. ABC use TOGAF 9 for their internal Enterprise Architecture and use an iterative approach to applying the ADM. The enterprise architecture team has established the Architecture Capability for this project and also completed the first iteration of the Architecture Definition cycle, using a Baseline First approach. The CIO is the sponsor of the Enterprise Architecture program. The initial iteration has established the approach, the scope, and vision for the project. A set of architecture principles has been establishe The CIO has highlighted the importance of adhering to the following principles: -Data is an the biggest asset. -Data should be shared within inside and outside (customer with status). -Data is accessible on deman The initial iteration has also established a number of business goals and objectives for the new target system. The principal goal is to give the operation force in the field direct access to the operation process, allowing operation staff to create and verify product configurations, check problem, and solve the problem fast with continuous update of status to customer. As part of achieving this goal, the architectures developed will need to address the following stakeholder concerns: -What changes to existing operation processes are needed? -What data will need to be shared? - How will distributed data be secured? Your role is that of Lead Enterprise Architect. You have been asked to identify the most appropriate artifacts for the second iteration of the Architecture Development cycle.
5. A big financial institution has grown substantially over the last 20 years, due to many mergers and acquisitions. The application portfolio of the enterprise has grown significantly with little consideration for integrated and harmonized application set. Each business unit has managed its own applications, with no coordination between them. In the last two years the competition in the industry has increased pressure to reduce the operational expenses including IT. The Corporate Board has approved the directive to establish an Enterprise Architecture program within the company to integrate and rationalize the application portfolio and introduce a company-wide customer information management system. The Corporate Board has also given a strategic direction that the company should expand its markets significantly to cover all the member country states in the next 2 years. The company has no existing enterprise architecture. The CIO is the sponsor of the program and has mandated TOGAF 9 for the architecture method and deliverables. The CIO has established an Architecture Board and called the first meeting. Your role is that of the Lead Architect. You have been asked how you will establish the Enterprise Architecture program.
6. ABC is a mobile provider company that recently formed through the merging of three other telecommunication companies. The business operating model has been unified, and an enterprise architecture program has been put in place as part of the integration of the three organizations. The company has adopted the TOGAF 9 Architecture Development Metho The Architecture Board has approved the outline Implementation and Migration Plan and they are now at the stage of conducting detailed migration planning. A working group has been formed that involves all the key architects and the stakeholders from the corporate matrix (those who will work on the project). It is recognized that others outside the enterprise architecture team will have the responsibility to fund, build, support, and use what is put in place based on the enterprise architecture. For the company, getting this right is critical especially as the competition in the marketplace has been fierce and the lines of business have been resistant to implementing any new business model. The CIO is the sponsor of the program and has mandated an increment approach to rollout the integration program. (Refer to the scenario) You have been asked to describe: -How you would conduct migration planning -What you would be implementing -Who you would involve -What would be the major deliverable(s)
7. ABC Logistics has selected a Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) BI Analytics solution in order to improve its capability to respond to market demands for its new surface freight delivery service. ABC Logistics current system does not provide the required functionality to support the marketing activities. Its performance limitations cause unacceptable delays to meet market targets. Clearly, the current system is costing the unit in terms of lost revenue. ABC has recently adopted TOGAF 9 as the basis for its ongoing program. The CIO is the sponsor of the enterprise architecture practice. The enterprise architecture team initiated a project with ABC Logistics that has defined the business vision and requirements for the new system. It includes a detailed business process analysis. A solution has been proposed that can support the existing applications and technologies currently in place but it requires a non-standard operating system platform to support the business application and requires different web server software to the current supported web server solutions. The Architecture Board has held a review, and it was noted that some of these project requirements were not consistent with the firm's current infrastructure standards. After discussions with several senior executives, the CIO feels that he must support the business unit's urgent need to deploy the BI Analytics package. He has approved the implementation. A project manager has been chosen, and a feasibility meeting has been held with a decision to move forwar The project is critical and must be completed as quickly as possible; a contract has been signed with the software vendor to implement the solution. The vendor has provided a statement of work that has passed through the migration planning phase, and major impacts to existing systems and the infrastructure have been documente The CIO has asked the enterprise architecture team to prepare for Phase G, ensuring that the Key Performance Indicators for system performance and security are met, and the project remains within budget. Your role is the Chief Enterprise Architect. You have been asked to recommend a plan to implement the direction from the CIO.
8. ABC is an online electronic retailer. After several years of continued profitable operations, the Board of Directors has approved a strategic plan to expand operations to major cities in the country. To realize this strategy, management has an enterprise architecture program in place to plan and implement the rollout which is estimated to take five years to complete. The program needs to consider how to take the current organization, physical plant, and information systems and transform them to support expanded operations. TOGAF 9 has been adopted as the methodology and framework for the enterprise architecture program. The CIO is the sponsor. A major concern that must be addressed is how to migrate from a 'best-of-breed' logistics system that was built in the early days. It is not expected that this system will be able to scale to support the expanded operations. The CIO recognizes this and has an option to purchase a packaged solution from an industry leader in online sales and fulfillment. One disadvantage of this solution is that the terminology and definitions of its services do not align well to the current enterprise architecture. This is now being piloted in a major fulfillment center. It is a large-scale project and members of your enterprise architecture team have been deeply involved with the pilot program. As part of the pilot program, the Architecture Board has requested a compliance review be held at the fulfillment center to determine the status of the implementation. The timing of the compliance review is such that there is still time to correct any major shortcomings with the proposed solution. Your role is the Chief Architect. What approach should you adopt to ensure that the compliance reviews are conducted successfully?
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