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Using TOGAF® and ArchiMate® Artifacts to Model Enterprise Architecture

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  •   Duration: 90 Minutes  
  • Recorded Access recorded version only for one participant; unlimited viewing for 6 months ( Access information will be emailed 24 hours after the completion of live webinar)
    Price: US$289.00
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This webinar will discuss modeling of enterprise architectures using TOGAF 9 artifacts and ArchiMate viewpoints. Until recently modeling at the enterprise architecture level required depending either on open languages designed for solution level modeling (e.g UML, BPMN) or on the proprietary models offered by EA tools. This has changed with the introduction of the Open Group's TOGAF® artifacts and with their ArchiMate® viewpoints.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Overview of enterprise architecture
  • How EA differs from solution architecture
  • EA methodology - the TOGAF Architecture Development Method
  • Options for modeling in the Architecture Development Method
  • The TOGAF Content Metamodel
  • The TOGAF Taxonomy of Artifacts - 3 types
    • Lists
    • Matrices
    • Diagrams
  • The ArchiMate metamodel
  • ArchiMate Viewpoints - all diagrams
  • Proceeding through the Architecture Development Method
    • Vision
    • Business Architecture
    • Application Architecture
    • Data Architecture
    • Technology Architecture
    • Opportunities and Solution
    • Migration Planning
  • Summary and Wrapup

Who Will Benefit:
  • Enterprise Architects
  • IT Architects
  • Solution Architects
  • IT Project Managers
  • CIOs
  • CTOs
John Polgreen is a TOGAF® 9 and ArchiMate® 2 certified Enterprise Architect with twenty years of Information Technology industry experience. John has a wealth of Enterprise Architecture and general IT experience. His achievements have included leading the enterprise architecture efforts for the Foreign Agriculture Service of the United States Department of Agriculture, and preparing the business architecture and service component architecture portions of the Federal Student Aid's annual EA assessment. John is trained to use IBM Systems Architect and the Rational Unified Process, and has worked with major EA frameworks including TOGAF®, Zachman, DoDAF and FEA. He has worked in Microsoft, Java and mixed platform environments.

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