Enterprise Architecture

Days of Training
PDUs for Your Recertification

Enterprise architecture ties a company‘s IT architecture to its business processes. The approach doesn‘t involve just snapshots, but fundamentals for implementing strategic planning. This course will show you how to analyze and model this combination. Enterprise architecture thus turns into a basis for planning a company‘s IT architecture, and is based on the company‘s actual and strategic business process requirements.

Goal

You‘ll learn how to apply enterprise architecture methods in practice. You‘ll become acquainted with TOGAF® and Zachman® Framework as well as the corresponding tools and how to apply them.

Target Group

enterprise architects, business analysts, system architects, SW architects

Prerequisites

none

Content

  • EAM tasks, goals and benefits
  • Differentiating EAM and IT EAM
  • IT strategy and EAM
  • Application portfolio management
  • Actual and target IT business architectures
  • Function and delimitation of business, application, data and technology architectures
  • Relationship between change management and EAM
  • Process maps in EAM
  • Architecture vision and architecture planning
  • Analyzing current architectures
  • Developing target architectures
  • Business architecture and business strategy/principles
  • Governance and evaluation of implementation projects
  • Architectural principles and procedural model per TOGAF
  • Types of information in an EAM repository
  • Technical implementation of an EAM repository
  • Function and application of metamodels
  • IT governance tasks and organizational models
  • Function, tasks and composition of architecture and governance boards
  • Best practices, architecture guidelines and principles for evaluating architectures
  • Tasks of a governance review based on COBIT
  • Models for monitoring and evaluating IT compliance based on TOGAF
  • Interaction between change management and IT governance
  • Importance of IT governance for risk management
  • Implementation concepts for EAM
  • Organization and optimization of an EAM system
  • Stakeholder analysis for EAM implementation
  • Migration paths
  • Phases in EAM implementation and iterative approaches
  • Types of architecture frameworks
  • TOGAF as an operational framework
  • Zachmann as a conceptual framework
  • Frameworks for specific areas of industry
  • Selecting and tailoring an EAM framework for implementation
  • Familiar examples from specific areas of industry
  • Differences between specific areas of industry
  • Necessary commonality

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Inhouse training

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Public trainings in German

Right now we are not offering this course as a public training in English.

You can find all upcoming dates for our open trainings in German on our Website.

This course includes the following:

Printed Certificate of Participation
Digital and Printed Course Material
Delicious Lunch and Snacks
Hot and Cold Beverages