ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE
TONEX ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE COURSE CATALOG
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TONEX ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE COURSE CATALOG
  • Operational View (OV) with seven work products;                          ...
TONEX ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE COURSE CATALOG
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  1. 1. ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE
  2. 2. TONEX ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE COURSE CATALOG • Identify the elements of an EA implementation plan Develop an EA working plan Enterprise Architecture (EA) • • Determine specific architectures necessary for your organization • Identify the steps to improve enterprise architecture practices • Select, organize and implement a EA project • Develop and manage an EA using Zachman and TOGAF 757 - Enterprise Architecture (EA) Boot Camp • Understand The Rational Unified Process (RUP) and The Cost: $4999 | Duration: 5 Day(s) Enterprise Unified Process (EUP) • Identify typical symptoms of EA dysfunction Enterprise Architecture (EA) is more than the collection of the con- • Redesign EA and structure successfully within the enterprise stituent architectures (Business, Application, Technology, and Infor- • Develop best practices in the EA development mation). It is a conceptual tool that assists organizations with the un- • Ensure best practice through the application of EA derstanding • Overview of TOGAF, Zachman Framework (ZF), Spewak's EAP, of their own structure and the way they work. It provides a map of the RUP/EUP, IEEE 1471, DoDAF, MODAF, NAF, AGATE, and FEAF enterprise and is a route planner for business and technology change. For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/757/ The interrelationships among these architectures, and their joint properties, are essential to the Enterprise Architecture. That is to say, these architectures should not be approached in isolation. Together, 11770 - DoDAF Training they are intended to address important Enterprise-wide concerns, Cost: $2199 | Duration: 3 Day(s) such as: The Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) defines a • Meeting stakeholder needs standard way to organize an enterprise architecture (EA) or systems • Aligning IT with the business architecture into complementary and consistent views. • Seamless integration and data sharing DoDAF is the standard framework chosen by the United States De- • Security and dependability partment of Defense to comply with the Clinger-Cohen Act and United • Data integrity, consistency States Office of Management and Budget Circulars A-11 and A-130. It • Reducing duplication is administered by the Office of the DoD Deputy CIO Enterprise Archi- • Utilizing Enterprise Architecture as a blueprint for current and tecture & Standards Directorate. DoDAF was formerly named C4ISR desired capabilities and facilities gap analysis (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, • Utilizing EA as a tool for strategic, acquisition, and capital Surveillance and Reconnaissance) AF. Other derivative frameworks investment planning based on DoDAF include the NATO Architecture Framework (NAF) and Ministry of Defence (United Kingdom) Architecture Framework The Enterprise Architecture (EA) Bootcamp will focus on the essential (MODAF). elements required for developing results-driven EA programs that are designed to meet your requirements. It clearly explains enterprise ar- DoDAF is organized around a shared repository to hold work prod- chitecture’s vital role in enabling—or constraining—the execution of ucts. The repository is defined by the Core Architecture Data Model business strategy. The boot camp provides clear frameworks, 2.0 (CADM -- essentially a common database schema) and the DoD thoughtful case examples, and a proven-effective structured process Architecture Repository System (DARS). A key feature of DoDAF is in- for designing and implementing effective enterprise architectures. teroperability, which is organized as a series of levels, called Levels of Information System Interoperability (LISI). The developing system must Our experienced instructors work with you, tailoring the Boot Camp not only meet its internal data needs but also those of the operational content to your needs. We can even conduct Boot Camp onsite at your framework into which it is set. business! Using real-life examples and interactive exercises, we teach practical ways to maintain your valuable customer base, win repeat TONEX DoDAF training the guidance and rules for developing, repre- business, and measure your organization's ability to meet customer senting, and understanding architectures based on a common de- expectations. nominator across DoD, Joint, and multinational boundaries. It pro- vides external stakeholders with insight into how the DoD develops Objectives: architectures. It ensures that architecture descriptions can be com- Upon completion of this boot camp, the participants are able to: pared and related across programs, mission areas, and ultimately, the • Understand the basic concepts related to Enterprise Architecture enterprise, thus, establishing the foundation for analyses that sup- (EA) ports decision-making processes throughout the DoD. • Identify the added value of EA • Explore why and how to build an EA DoDAF training will cover all the enterprise architectures view sets in- cluding: • Understand challenges of implementing EA, including the technical and organizational issues • All View (AV) with two work products; 1
  3. 3. TONEX ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE COURSE CATALOG • Operational View (OV) with seven work products; • Segmenting Architecture covering architecture concepts, the • Systems View (SV) with 11 work products; content included in segment architecture, and how to use • Technical Standards View (TV) with two work products. segment architecture. • Developing Segment Architecture and how to develop segment architecture, when one should be developed, and who should Objectives: participate in its development. • Enterprise Architecture Transition Strategy and what is included Upon completion of this course, the attendees will be able to: in an EA transition strategy and provides guidance on developing • Understand the basic concepts related to Enterprise Architecture and using an EA transition strategy. (EA) • Measuring EA Program Value - Describes a continuous, • Identify the added value of EA customerfocused • –Explore why and how to build an EA process relying on feedback from EA stakeholders and other • Understand challenges of implementing EA, including the value technical and organizational issues measures to increase the quality and effectiveness of EA • –Identify the elements of an EA implementation plan products and services • Determine specific architectures requirements necessary for your to support business decisions. organization Objectives: • Understand DoD Architecture Framework principles Upon completion of this course, the attendees will be able to: • Understand similarties and differences between DoDAF and other EA frameworks and methodologies including: MODAF, • Describe the current and future state of the agency and its NAF, AGATE, FEAF, TOGAF, Zachman, Spewak's EAP, RUP/EUP, segments and IEEE 1471F • Define the desired results for an agency and priority segments • Determine what resources are used to achieve measurable For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/11770/ performance 11771 - FEAF Training • Improve an agency’s core mission areas and common or shared services Cost: $2199 | Duration: 3 Day(s) The Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) is an initiative of the US Of- • Leverage business and information management resources fice of Management and Budget that aims to comply with the Clinger- across the agency Cohen Act and provide a common methodology for information tech- • Develope a transition strategy to achieve strategic goals and nology (IT) acquisition in the United States federal government. It is objectives and btarget performance improvements designed to ease sharing of information and resources across federal • Measure the value of EA products and services to inform agencies, reduce costs, and improve citizen services. decisions in other practice areas and support business results • Understand FEA Reference Model: PRM, BRM, SRM, DRM, and The FEA is entirely business-driven. Its foundation is the Business TRM Reference Model, which describes the government’s Lines of Business • Compare FEAF with other EA frameworks such as TOGAF, and its services. This business-based foundation provides a common Zachman, DoDAF, RUP/EUP and EAP framework for improvement in a variety of key areas such as: For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/11771/ • Budget Allocation • Information Sharing • Performance Measurement • Budget / Performance Integration • Cross-Agency Collaboration • E-Government • Component-Based Architectures FEAF training covers four main aspects of the FEA including: • A high-level overview of EA concepts and principles. • Detaild coverage of FEAF : Architecture Drivers, Strategic Direction, –Current Architecture, Target Architecture, Transitional Processes , Architectural Segments , Architectural Models and Standards 2
  4. 4. TONEX ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE COURSE CATALOG • TOGAF Information Sets • TOGAF and Business, data , application and technology TOGAF Certification architectures. • The TOGAF Standards Information Base (SIB) • The TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) • Technical Reference Model (TRM) 9022 - TOGAF Boot Camp • The Enterprise Continuum with supportive Architectures Cost: $2199 | Duration: 4 Day(s) • Architecture Governance • XML-based Architecture TOGAF is an architectural framework - The Open Group Architectural • Description Markup Language (ADML) Framework. The key to TOGAF is a reliable, proven method - the TO- • Building Blocks Information Base (BBIB) GAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) - for developing an IT • Technical Architecture Builder and Browser (TABB) architecture that meets the needs of your business. • Architecture Maturity Assessments • Architecture Skills Framework Tools, techniques and methods for It is a set of methods, processes, reference models, standards, tech- architecture development niques and tools for developing a broad range of different IT architec- • Case studies & Activities Labs tures. It enables IT organizations to design, evaluate, and build the Topics Covered right architecture for their enterprise, and reduces the costs of plan- ning, designing, and implementing architectures based on open sys- • Overview of TOGAF tems solutions. • TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Principles • Architecture Development Method (ADM) The TOGAF boot camp leads to TOGAF Certification. • TOGAF 8 Architecture Development Method (ADM) - Process • Architecture Vision Objectives: • Business Architecture Our TOGAF certification boot camp will enable Enterprise and IT • Information System Architecture - Data architects, designers and managers to achieve TOGAF CERTIFICATION • Information System Architecture - Applications (the certification fee is included in the price.(A $300.00 value) After • Technology Architecture completing this program, attendees will be able to: • Opportunities and Solutions • Understand Enterprise Architecture and managing its lifecycle • Migration Planning successfully • Implementation Governance • Explore Enterprise Architecture with business requirements, • Architecture Change Management architectural and solution building blocks, principles and • Requirements Management patterns • TOGAF 8 Architecture Development Method (ADM) - Information • Understand TOGAF and its components Sets • Design and implement Business, Data, Applications and • Architecture Contracts Technology Architectures using TOGAF • TOGAF Foundation Architecture • Describe Architecture Views, Viewpoints and Business Scenarios • The Enterprise Continuum for Requirements Engineering and Management • TOGAF and Other Architectures / Frameworks • Define the Enterprise Continuum including the Foundation, • Architecture Governance Common Systems, Solutions and Industry architectures • Architecture Governance in Practice • Create workable Architecture Governance • Tools for Architecture Development • Ensure continuing alignment of the Enterprise Architecture with • Process Map for EA Development the business as it evolves • Future of TOGAF • Using TOGAF to develop and populate other Architectural • Exercises and Case Studies Frameworks such as the Zachman, NGOSS and other industry Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of IT Architectures and components is Frameworks. recommended. • Compare TOGAF with Zachman Framework (ZF), EAP, RUP/EUP, IEEE 1471, DoDAF, MODAF, NAF, AGATE, and FEAF For detailed information: http://www.tonex.com/Courses/9022/ Objectives: • Why is TOGAF important? • A high-level introduction to some of the key concepts behind enterprise architecture and TOGAF approach. • TOGAF Architecture Principles, Goals, Patterns, Views & Viewpoints 3

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