TOGAF 9 provides an Architecture Development Method, Content Framework and Capability Framework that can be used as the basis for creating an organisation’s enterprise architecture. It has been built up over several years through open participation and collaboration between leading industry practitioners. In addition, TOGAF 9 provides a variety of tools, building blocks and resources that facilitate the process and enable the design and development of enterprise architecture across four domains; Business, Data, Applications and Technology.
TOGAF is an industry standard EA framework that is available free of cost to any organisation wishing to develop an enterprise architecture for use within that organisation. More than 60 percent of the Fortune 50 and 80 percent of the Global Forbes 50 use TOGAF to reduce time, costs and risks associated with developing an EA and improve overall business agility. TOGAF certification programs exist for individuals, trainers, professional services, and tool support.
These programs enable organisations to standardise on an open method for IT architecture and avoid lock-in to the proprietary methods of major vendors.
Upon completion of this course, delegates will understand the TOGAF 9 framework and
how to practically apply it in support of the design and implementation of enterprise architecture. They will also learn how to apply TOGAF to create well-designed enterprise architectures through the use of practical scenarios and case study working. The course prepares delegates for the Open Group’s Level 1 and Level 2 TOGAF 9 certification examinations.
Selvyn Wright Is a professional trainer with over 17 years of experience teaching technology and analysis, design and architecture methodology. He has taught TOGAF for over 5 years. During this time he has taught over 450 students with a certification pass of approximately 99%. His clients include Barclays Capital, Atos, Network Rail, Logica, Ericson, BAE and MBDA. Previous to this, Selvyn was a Graduate Training Programme Lecturer at Morgan Stanley Investment Management and a Technical CORBA Architect at NATS.