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TOGAF Certified (TOGAF 9 Part 2 Exam Preparation)

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The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) adalah sebuah framework untuk arsitektur enterprise yang menyediakan sebuah pendekatan komprehensif untuk mendesain, merencanakan, menerapkan dan mengelola arsitektur informasi enterprise. TOGAF ini merupakan standar Open Group yang telah terbukti digunakan oleh organisasi-organisasi terkemuka dunia dalam meingkatkan efisensi bisnis. TOGAF juga telah menjadi standar Enterprise Architecture yang paling terkemuka dan handal, standar yang konsisten baik metode dan komunikasinya diantara para profesional Enterprise Architecture.

Training TOGAF™ Certified ini merupakan kelanjutan dari training TOGAF™ Foundation. Training ini merupakan persiapan ujian sertifikasi bagi anda yang ingin mendapatkan sertifikasi TOGAF 9.1. Tujuan sertifikasi TOGAF 9.1 Certified ini sendiri adalah untuk validasi bahwa anda mempunyai pengetahuan, mampu menganalisa dan menerapkan pengetahuan TOGAF 9.1 tersebut. Adapun fokus pada training ini yaitu penerapan serta analisa pengetahuan dan pemahaman.

 

OBJECTIVES

 

AUDIENCE

 

PREREQUISITES

1. Menguasai Materi TOGAF™ 9.2 Foundation

 

CONTENT

1. Introduction

1.1. Key Learning Points
1.2. The Open Group Certification for People Program

2. Preliminary Phase

2.1. Objectives
2.2. Inputs
2.3. Steps
2.4. Outputs

3. Phase A: Architecture Vision

3.1. Objectives
3.2. Inputs
3.3. Steps
3.4. Outputs

4. Phase B: Business Architecture

4.1. Objectives
4.2. Inputs
4.3. Steps
4.4. Outputs

5. Phase C: Information Systems Architectures.

5.1. Objectives
5.2. Considerations for the Implementation Orders

6. Phase C: Data Architecture

6.1. Objectives
6.2. Inputs
6.3. Steps
6.4. Outputs

7. Phase C: Application Architecture

7.1. Objectives
7.2. Inputs
7.3. Steps
7.4. Outputs

8. Phase D: Technology Architecture

8.1. Objectives
8.2. Inputs
8.3. Steps
8.4. Outputs

9. Phase E: Opportunities & Solutions

9.1. Objectives
9.2. Inputs
9.3. Steps
9.4. Outputs

10. Phase F: Migration Planning

10.1. Objectives
10.2. Inputs
10.3. Steps
10.4. Outputs

11. Phase G: Implementation Governance

11.1. Objectives
11.2. Inputs
11.3. Steps
11.4. Outputs

12. Phase H: Architecture Change Management

12.1. Objectives
12.2. Inputs
12.3. Steps
12.4. Outputs

13. ADM Architecture Requirements Management

13.1. Objectives
13.2. Inputs
13.3. Steps
13.4. Outputs

14. Iteration and Levels

14.1. The Concept of Iteration
14.2. Factors Influencing the Use of Iteration
14.3. Iteration Cycles
14.4. Classes of Architecture Engagement
14.5. Mapping TOGAF Phases to Iteration Cycles
14.6. Applying the ADM across the Architecture Landscape

15. Security

15.1. Introducrion
15.2. Enterprise Security Architecture
15.3. Security as a Cross Cutting Concern
15.4. Adapting the ADM for Security

16. Architecture Content Framework

16.1. Introduction
16.2. The Content Framework and the TOGAF ADM
16.3. Why do we Need a Metamodel?
16.4. Components of the Content Metamodel
16.5. Core Metamodel Concepts

17. Architecture Partitioning

17.1. Introduction
17.2. Applying Classification to Partitioned Architectures
17.3. Applying Partitioning to the ADM

18. Architecture Repository

18.1. Introduction
18.2. The Repository in Detail
18.3. Relationship to Other Parts of the TOGAF Standard

19. The TOGAF Technical Reference Model (TRM)

19.1. Structure of the TRM
19.2. The TRM in Detail
19.3. Taxonomy of Application Platform Services
19.4. Taxonomy of Application Platform Service Qualities

20. Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (III-RM)

20.1. Drivers for Boundaryless Information Flow
20.2. How the III-RM Fulfi lls the Solution Space
20.3. The High-Level Structure of the III-RM
20.4. Components of the III-RM

21. Architecture Governance

22.1. Architecture Governance and the ADM
22.2. Key Success Factors
22.3. Setting up the Architecture Board
22.4. Operating an Architecture Board

22. Architecture Maturity Models

22.1. Capability Maturity Models
22.2. Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)
22.3. Architecture Capability Maturity Model (ACMM)
22.4. Maturity Assessments and the ADM

23. Architecture Skills Framework

23.1. Purpose
23.2. Benefits
23.3. Enterprise Architecture Roles, Skills Categories, and Proficiency Levels


INSTRUCTOR

Romi Satria Wahono. Lahir di Madiun, 2 Oktober 1974. Menyelesaikan pendidikan dasar dan menengah di SD Negeri Sompok 4 dan SMP Negeri 8 Semarang. Menamatkan SMA di SMA Taruna Nusantara, Magelang pada tahun 1993. Menempuh pendidikan S1 (B.Eng), S2 (M.Eng), dan S3 (Dr.Eng) (on-leave) di bidang Software Engineering di Department of Computer Science di Saitama University, Jepang pada tahun 1999, 2001, dan 2004. Juga menyelesaikan PhD di bidang Software Engineering dan Machine Learning di  Faculty of Information and Computer Technology di Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka pada tahun 2014. Mantan PNS dan peneliti Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (LIPI). Cisco certified instructor lulusan Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. Bidang minat penelitian adalah Software Engineering dan Machine Learning. Professional member dari asosiasi ilmiah IEEE Computer Society (90598687), ACM (6680333) dan PMI (2822015). Pendiri dan CEO dari PT Brainmatics Cipta Informatika, dan PT IlmuKomputerCom Braindevs Sistema, perusahaan yang bergerak di bidang pengembangan software, enterprise architecture, professional training dan certification center