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Enterprise Architecture Workshop

Learn how to implement The Open Group Architecture Framework, and align technical and organizational strategy to drive business transformation.

audience (1).png Audience Enterprise architect
Technology-1.png Technology Open Group Architecture Framework
type-1.png Type Workshop
service-category-1 Service Category Business architecture
Duration-1 Duration 4 sessions
skills-1 Skill Set

Enterprise architecture

The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) is the most-used framework for enterprise architecture today that provides an approach for designing, planning, implementing, and governing an enterprise information technology architecture. TOGAF is a high-level approach to design. It is typically modeled at four levels: Business, Application, Data, and Technology. It relies heavily on modularization, standardization, and already existing, proven technologies and products. 

This course entails the Study of Enterprise Architecture (EA), which provides a deep understanding of how to align an organization's strategy with its technology strategy, enabling you to drive efficient and strategic technological transformations within businesses.

4 Sessions


  •    Architecture Overview  
  •    Architecture Capability Framework Overview   
  •    Architecture Skills Framework  
  •    An Introduction to the Architecture Development Method (ADM) 
  •    An Introduction to the ADM Guidelines and Techniques   
  •    Architecture Content Framework  
  •    Enterprise Continuum  
  •    Adapting the ADM: Iterations and Levels 


  •    Preliminary Phase   
  •    Architecture Maturity Model  
  •    Architecture Partitioning  
  •    Other EA Frameworks  
  •    EA Tools Landscape  
  •    Adapting the ADM: Security & SOA  
  •    Phase A: Architecture Vision  
  •    Stakeholder Management  
  •    Business Scenarios  
  •    Architecture Implementation Support Techniques 
    • Business Transformation Readiness Assessment

    • Capability-based planning   

    • Risk management 

    • Building Blocks and Interoperability Architecture Development Method (ADM)


  • Phase B Business Architecture
  • Phase C Data Architecture  
    • Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model  
  • Phase C Application Architecture  
    • Phase C Application Architecture Artifacts 
  • Phase C Application Architecture Artifacts  
    • Foundation Architecture: Technical Reference Model  
  • Phase D Technology Architecture 


  • Phase E Opportunities and Solutions  
  • Migration Planning Techniques  
    • Implementation Factor Assessment and Deduction matrix  
    • Consolidated Gaps, Solutions and Dependencies matrix  
    • Architecture Definition Increments table  
    • Transition Architecture state evolution table  
    • Business Value Assessment  
  • Phase F Migration Planning  
  • Phase G Implementation-Governance  
  • Phase H Architecture Change Management  
  • Architecture Requirements Management 

At the end of this workshop, participants will have a good understanding of Enterprise Architecture and how to implement it within organizations.