Monday, October 21, 2013

TOGAF 9

Kata Si WIKI, TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework )is a framework for enterprise architecture which provides a comprehensive approach for designing, planning, implementing, and governing an enterprise information architecture atau dalam kata lain TOGAF adalah sebuah framework untuk arsitektur enterprise yang menyediakan sebuah pendekatan komprehensif untuk mendesain, merencanakan, menerapkan dan mengelola arsitektur informasi enterprise.

Bisa diartikan sendiri apa maksudnya skala enterprise disini. Boleh dibilang, TOGAF dapat membentuk suatu blueprint atau pondasi dari arsitektur suatu perusahaan (tentunya berkaitan dengan IT dan Manajemen). Dan biasanya arsitektur yang dibentuk berupa aplikasi, jarang sekali yang hanya membicarakan infrastruktur IT (LAN/WAN, Data Center atau lainnya).

Ada 2 jenjang sertifikasi pada TOGAF, Foundation dan Certified. Certified dapat diambil setelah lulus Foundation, tapi bisa juga langsung Certified.

Berikut materi TOGAF 9 Foundation:

1. Introduction
1.1. The TOGAF Certification for People Program
1.2. Certification Document Structure
1.3. Program Vision and Principles
1.4. TOGAF 9 Foundation
1.5. The Certification Proses

2. Basic Concepts
2.1. Introduction to TOGAF 9
2.2. What is an Enterprise
2.3. What is Architecture in the Context of TOGAF
2.4. Why do We Need Enterprise Architecture
2.5. What is an Architecture Framework
2.6. Why do We Need a Framework for Enterprise Architecture
2.7. Why is TOGAF Suitable as a Framework for Enterprise Architecture
2.8. What are the Different Architecture Domains that TOGAF deals with
2.9. What does TOGAF Contain

3. Core Concepts
3.1. What are the Phases of the ADM
3.2. Deliverables, Artifacts, and Building Blocks
3.3. The Enterprise Continum
3.4. The Architecture Repository
3.5. Establishing  and Maintaining an Enterprise Architecture Capability
3.6. Establishing an Operational Architecture Capability
3.7. Using TOGAF with Other Frameworks

4. Introduction to the Architecture Development Method
4.1. The Architecture Development Cycle
4.2. What is the Relationship of the ADM to Other Parts of TOGAF
4.3. Key Points of the ADM Cycle
4.4. How to Adapt the ADM to Enterprise
4.5. The Need for Architecture Governance
4.6. Scoping the Architecture Activity for Organization
4.7. Integrating the Architecture Domains for Organization

5. The Enterprise Continuum and Tools
5.1. Overview of the Enterprise Continuum
5.2. The Enterprise Continuum and Architecture Re-Use
5.3. The Constituent Parts of the Enterprise Continuum
5.4. The Architecture Continuum in Detail
5.5. The Solutions Continuum in Detail
5.6. Using the Enterprise Continuum within the ADM
5.7. The Architecture Repository
5.8. Tools Standardization

6. The ADM Phases
6.1. Preliminary Phase
6.2. Phase A: Architecture Vision
6.3. Phase B: Business Architecture
6.4. Phase C: Informations Systems Architecture
6.5. Phase D: Technology Architecture
6.6. Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions
6.7. Phase F: Migration Planning
6.8. Phase G: Implementation Governance
6.9. Phase H: Architecture Change Management
6.10. Requirements Management

7. ADM Guidelines and Techniques
7.1. ADM Guidelines and Techniques Overview
7.2. Architecture Principle
7.3. Business Scenarios
7.4. Gap Analysis
7.5. Interoperability
7.6. Business Transformation Readiness Assessment
7.7. Risk Management
7.8. Capability-Based Planning

8. Architecture Governance
8.1. Introduction to Architecture Governance
8.2. TOGAF Architecture Governance Framework
8.3. The Benefits of Architecture Governance
8.4. Architecture Board
8.5. Architecture Contracts
8.6. Architecture Compliance
8.7. Using the ADM to Establish an Architecture Capability

9. Views, Viewpoints, and Stakeholders
9.1. Concepts and Definitions
9.2. Architecture Views and Viewpoints
9.3. The Relationship between Stakeholders, Concerns, Views, and  Viewpoints
9.4. The View Creation Process

10. Building Blocks
10.1. What is a Building Block
10.2. Architecture Building Blocks and Solution Building Blocks
10.3. Building Blocks and the ADM
10.4. Architecture Patterns

11. ADM Deliverables
11.1. The Role of Architecture Deliverables
11.2. The Purpose of Key Deliverables

12. TOGAF Reference Models
12.1. The TOGAF TRM as a Foundation Architecture
12.2. The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
12.3. Boundaryless Information Flow

-Muhammad Idham Azhari-



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