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Dunedin 9016, South Island 9016

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Course Description:

This Course is for organizations that have or desired to establish an enterprise architecture function. This Course describes enterprise architecture, solution architecture, and the relationship between them. Course topics include: Enterprise Architecture frameworks, reference architectures, Solution Architecture, architecture viewpoints, Requirements analysis, architecture roadmaps, architecture patterns & tactics, Commercial off-the-shelf architectures, architecture techniques, and building an architecture toolbox.

Course Outline:

Chapter 1 - Introduction

  • Introduction
  • Course Outline
  • Handouts& Appendices
  • Practical Application
  • Course Evaluation & Questions
  • Course Delivery Overview

Chapter 2 - Enterprise Architecture (EA) Primer

  • Architecture
  • Architects
  • Enterprise Architecture Definitions
  • IEEE, TOGAF, & Gartner Perspectives
  • Key Enterprise Architecture Terminology
  • Architecture Framework: Foundation for a Common Vocabulary
  • Industry EA Frameworks
  • Dimensions of Architecture Scope
  • Architecture Domains
  • Depth: Strategic, Segment, and Capability Architectures
  • Time: Baseline, Target, and Transition Architectures
  • Various Solution Architecture Definitions
  • Characteristics of a Solution Architecture
  • Glossary
  • Summary

Chapter 3 - EA Framework

  • The Importance of a Framework for EA
  • TOGAF Components
  • Architecture Development Method (ADM)
  • Architecture Content Framework
  • Views & Viewpoints
  • TOGAF Viewpoints
  • Catalogs, Matrices, Diagrams & Viewpoints
  • Architecture Deliverables
  • ADM Techniques
  • ADM Guidelines
  • Enterprise to Solution Architecture
  • Summary

Chapter 4 - Reference Architecture

  • Reference Architecture
  • Reference Architecture Components
  • Reference Architecture Summarized
  • Reference Architecture Context
  • Architecture Principles
  • Components of Principles
  • Qualities of a Good Set of Principles
  • EA Principles: Creation Process
  • Applying Architecture Principles
  • Policies
  • Reference Models
  • Business Scenarios
  • Business Scenario Summary
  • Business Scenario Outline
  • Industry Organizations
  • Insurance Industry Standards ROI
  • Requirements
  • Architecture Building Blocks: Reusable Requirement Sets
  • Summary

Chapter 5 - Views & Viewpoints

  • Views & Viewpoints
  • TOGAF Viewpoint Taxonomy
  • Popular Modeling Notations
  • Catalogs, Matrices, Diagrams & Viewpoints
  • Metamodel Entities
  • Summary

Chapter 6 - Architecture Requirements

  • Architecture Quality Attributes
  • Quality of Service Requirement Categories
  • Trade-off Analysis
  • Requirement Patterns
  • Architecture Change Cases
  • Elements of a Change Case
  • Eliciting Change Cases
  • Summary

Chapter 7 - Architecture Deliverables

  • Architecture Requirements Document
  • IEEE Architectural Description Document
  • TOGAF Architecture Definition Document
  • Interface Specifications
  • Interface Specification Best Practices
  • Interface Design Document
  • Database Design Document
  • Platform Design Document
  • Architecture Decision Document
  • Summary

Chapter 8 - Solution Architecture Overview

  • Why is Solution Architecture Important?
  • Communications Vehicle Among Stakeholders
  • The Project is Organized Around Architectural Elements
  • What is a System?
  • Why Focus on Structure?
  • Solution Architecture Context
  • Solution Architecture & Domains
  • SA Spans All Domains
  • Relationship to EA Architecture Development Process
  • Solution Architecture
  • Solution Architecture Stakeholders
  • Solution Architecture Deliverables
  • EA Involvement in SA
  • Architecturally Significant
  • Summary

Chapter 9 - Core Solution Architecture Methods

  • Shared Vision
  • Example Shared Vision
  • Draw the Boundary
  • Well-defined Interface
  • Identify the External Interfaces
  • Subsystems
  • Subsystem Context Diagram
  • Layers
  • Components
  • Decomposing the System
  • Partitioning Patterns
  • Requirements Allocation
  • Configuration Management Implications
  • Release Management Implications
  • Testing Implications
  • Work Pattern & Skill Set Implications
  • Work & Build Dependencies
  • Increment/Sprint Planning
  • Sizing Implications
  • More Than Executable Architecture
  • Development Architecture
  • Operations Architecture
  • Summary
  • Chapter 10 - Solution Architecture Views
  • The 4+1 Views Approach
  • Take a Multiple View Approach
  • UML: Unified Modeling Language
  • UML Notation Examples
  • Use Case View
  • Logical View
  • Process Views
  • Implementation View
  • Deployment View
  • Summary

Chapter 11 - Patterns

  • What are Patterns?
  • Elements of a Pattern
  • Pattern Levels
  • Pattern Types
  • How to Start Using Patterns?
  • Common Architectural Patterns
  • Layers Pattern
  • Object-Oriented Design Patterns
  • Structural Design Pattern: Facade Pattern Example
  • Enterprise Integration Patterns
  • Messaging Systems: Overview
  • Monitoring Credit Bureau Example
  • EAA Patterns
  • Model-View-Controller (MVC) Pattern
  • SOA Patterns
  • Business Process Patterns
  • Configuration Management Patterns
  • New Patterns Continue to Emerge
  • Group Discussion: Patterns
  • Summary

Chapter 12 - Architecture Tactics

  • Tactics
  • Availability Tactics
  • Modifiability Tactics
  • Architectural Patterns and Corresponding Tactics for Modifiability
  • Performance Tactics
  • Security Tactics
  • Testability Tactics
  • Usability Tactics
  • Approach for Describing Tactics
  • Pipes & Filters: Tactics
  • Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA): Tactics
  • Summary

Chapter 13 - Architecture Techniques

  • ATAM: Scenario-based Architecture Review
  • Progressive Filtering
  • Rubric
  • Refactoring
  • Think About the Future, But Wait to Act
  • Feature Tree
  • Decision Tables
  • Decision Table Example
  • Flowcharts
  • Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, Threat (SWOT) Analysis
  • Example: SWOT Layout
  • SWOT Steps
  • Summary

Chapter 14 - Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS)

  • COTS Advantages & Disadvantages
  • COTS Implication
  • COTS Inherent Risks
  • COTS Risk Management Strategy
  • Typical COTS Architecture
  • Summary

Chapter 15 - The Architecture Toolbox

  • The Architecture Toolbox
  • The Toolbox
  • What Goes in A Toolbox
  • More Patterns
  • Business Analysis Book of Knowledge (BABOK)
  • DAMA DMBOK
  • Reference Library
  • Practitioner Toolbox Items
  • Summary
  • Chapter 16 - Lessons Learned
  • Process Recommendations Summary
  • Structural Recommendations Summary
  • Anti-Patterns
  • Anti-Pattern: Bleeding Edge
  • Anti-Pattern: Goldplatting
  • Anti-Pattern: Strive for Perfection
  • Anti-Pattern: Stuck in the Weeds
  • Anti-Pattern: Technology Above All
  • Summary

Handout 1 - Sample Principles

  • Business Principles
  • Data Principles
  • Application Principles
  • Technology Principles
  • Governance Principles
  • SOA Governance Principles

Handout 2 - Requirement Patterns

Handout 3 - Rubric Worksheet

Appendix A - Reference Library

  • Industry Organizations
  • References & Further Reading

Appendix B - Glossary

  • ABC
  • DEF
  • GHI
  • MNO
  • PQR
  • STU
  • VWXYZ

Appendix C - Pattern List

Target Audience:

Enterprise Architect, Solution Architect, Architecture Stakeholders

Learning Objectives:

This Course will help to understand Enterprise architecture frameworks, reference architectures, solution architecture, architecture viewpoints, Requirements analysis, architecture roadmaps, architecture patterns & tactics, Commercial off-the-shelf architectures, architecture techniques, and building an architecture toolbox.

Course Agenda:

Day 1

  • Chapter 1 - Introduction
  • Chapter 2 - Enterprise Architecture (EA) Primer
  • Chapter 3 - EA Framework
  • Lab 1 - EA and SA Working Together
  • Chapter 4 - Reference Architecture
  • Handout 1 - Sample Principles
  • Chapter 5 - Views & Viewpoints
  • Chapter 6 - Architecture Requirements
  • Lab 2 - Requirements
  • Handout 2 - Quality Attribute (QA)/Quality of Service (QoS) Categories
  • Handout 3 - Requirement Patterns
  • Chapter 7 - Architecture Deliverables

Day 2

  • Chapter 8 - Solution Architecture Overview
  • Chapter 9 - Core Solution Architecture Methods
  • Chapter 10 - Application Architecture
  • Chapter 11 - Patterns
  • Handout 4 - Requirement Statement Checklist
  • Chapter 12 - Architecture Tactics
  • Lab 3 - Define Tactics for a Quality
  • Chapter 13 - Architecture Techniques
  • Handout 5 - Rubric Worksheet
  • Chapter 14 - Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS)
  • Chapter 15 - The Architecture Toolbox
  • Chapter 16 - Lessons Learned
  • Lab 4 - Extra: Architecture Use Cases & Change Cases
  • Appendix A - Reference Library
  • Appendix B - Architecture Glossary
  • Appendix C - EA Catalogs
  • Appendix D - Pattern List
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