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A TOGAF Case Study

Nilotpal Das analyzes a case of TOGAF implementation and explains the basics of enterprise architecture, including the details of the framework and standards set by The Open Group. He discusses various aspects of implementing these principles – including governance, compliance, and capability assessments.

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A TOGAF Case Study

  1. 1. TOGAF 9 Case Study AN ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE IMPLEMENTATION
  2. 2. • Hosted many webinars with Simplilearn as Enterprise Architecture Expert and invited as Guest Speaker at The Open Group Conference, Bangalore in 2014 TOGAF 9.1 and Zachman Certified Enterprise Architect Conducted 50+ training sessions on TOGAF 9.1 and Agile for close to 500+ participants from 135 corporates with 100% success results Nilotpal Das • TOGAF 9.1 Certified Architect • Zachman Certified Architect • PMI – Agile Certified Practitioner Certifications • 15+ years of total experience in IT, as a programmer, technical lead, technical architect, solution architect, lead infrastructure architect and more than 5 years as an enterprise architect Experience Leading a team of infrastructure architects @ European healthcare and pharmaceutical multinational Role Expert facilitator and trainer with experience in designing programs, content development, facilitating programs on Enterprise Architecture, Agile, Design Patterns, Application Lifecycle Management Training About Me
  3. 3. Agenda Introduction to Enterprise Architecture Introduction to TOGAF 9 Case Study: Setting up the Arch. Practice • Architecture Board • Architecture Governance • Architecture Maturity • Architecture Skills Framework Conclusion
  4. 4. Architecture of anything is embodied in its: Components The relations within and with the environment Principles governing its design an evolution 4
  5. 5. Enterprise Architecture An enterprise architecture (EA) is a conceptual blueprint that defines the structure and operation of an organization. The intent of an enterprise architecture is to determine how an organization can most effectively achieve its current and future objectives. 5
  6. 6. TOGAF The Open Group The Open Group Architecture Forum The Open Group Architecture Framework Benefits of EA Frameworks Business benefits of TOGAF as a Framework 6
  7. 7. A Brief Introduction to the ADM Where do you start the EA work? A step by step method The Phases and purpose of each phase
  8. 8. Case Study: Setting up the Architecture Practice •When I became and EA •The Complexity and Scope •Setting up the Architecture Practice •The TOGAF Framework and Capability Framework
  9. 9. ADM For Setting up the Arch. Practice Where do you start if you want to set up an Arch. Practice Using the ADM to setup the Practice
  10. 10. The Architecture Board •To oversee the implementation of strategy •To approve changes and deviations •Representation from all IT Functions •Regular Architecture Board Meetings
  11. 11. Architecture Governance and Compliance •There is usually already an governance process in place •Plug into that or create a new one •Governance Process •Milestone reviews
  12. 12. Architecture Capability Assessments •Capability Maturity Models •Levels and Elements •Maturity Assessment Workshops with Architecture Board
  13. 13. Skills Framework A typical architecture team comprises the following roles: •Architecture Board Members •Architecture Sponsor •Architecture Manager •Architects for : Enterprise Architecture Business Architecture Data Architecture Application Architecture Technology Architecture •Program and/or Project Managers •IT Designer
  14. 14. Skills Framework
  15. 15. Conclusion •When I first became an EA •Baseline First Architecture •Discovery of a strategic flaw •Disaster and Recovery •Target First Architecture
  16. 16. Let’s Talk

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