What is TOGAF 9 Certification?
TOGAF 9 Certification endorses your ability and skills regarding the setup and implementation of the best enterprise architecture methodology and framework. Enterprise architecture has four subsets as follows: business architecture; data/information architecture; application (systems) architecture; and Information Technology (IT) architecture. TOGAF sets the framework for Information Technology (IT) architecture.
TOGAF strives to adhere to the enterprise architecture strategy as defined in ANSI/IEEE Std 1471-2000.
TOGAF helps IT organizations to make their operations efficient and cost-effective. Leading organizations prefer to hire candidates with TOGAF Certification who can help them cut software development, support, and maintenance costs and maximize return on existing investment.
Why TOGAF 9 Certification Training?
SpireTec offers engaging TOGAF Certification Training based on the latest TOGAF course materials and exam patterns. We help candidates to learn the global design standards and principles of enterprise architecture methodology, which is practiced by leading enterprises across artificial intelligence systems, the internet of things, consumer technology and consumer electronics, biomedical and health care, and much more.
Our experienced faculty members help you learn the skills to build and improve a vendor-neutral enterprise architecture with a high emphasis on portability, interoperability, security, and resilience.
About TOGAF Exam
To earn your TOGAF 9 Certification, you have to pass two exams TOGAF Part 1 and TOGAF Part 2. The Part 1 Exam has 40 MCQ (Multiple-choice-questions). Each correct answer scores a single point. The passing score is 55% (22 or more points out of a maximum of 40).
TOGAF Exam Part 2 has 8 complex scenario questions, with gradient scoring. Every correct answer earns 5 points, the second-best answer, 3 points, the third-best answer, 1 point. There is no negative marking for a wrong answer. The passing score is 60% (24 or more points out of a maximum of 40).
TOGAF 9 Certification: Knowledge and Skills Covered
1. The TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM)
• Understanding of basic and core concept of ADM
• Ability to develop a reliable ADM architecture
• Skills to address a complex set of requirements with the architecture
• Hands-on experience with the tools for architecture development
• ADM Guidelines and Techniques
• ADM Deliverables
1. The TOGAF Foundation Architecture
Who Should Earn TOGAF 9 Certification?
Information Technology (IT) Architect
An information technology (IT) architect is responsible for the administration of technological components of a business, specifically security architecture and business plans. TOGAF 9 Certification gives you an advantage as organizations nowadays prefer candidates with hands-on experience in architecture planning and management. The average salary for an Information Technology (IT) Architect in the US economy is $118,128 per year.
Prerequisites for TOGAF 9 Certification
There are no prerequisites for this course and anyone is free to attend this.
- Management Overview
- The TOGAF® 9.1 Components
- An Introduction to the Architecture Development Method
- The Enterprise Continuum
- The Architecture Repository
- The Architecture Content Framework
- The Architecture Content Metamodeling
- The Preliminary Phase
- Architecture Governance
- Business Scenarios
- Stakeholder Management
- Architecture Views and Viewpoints
- Building Blocks and the ADM
- Architecture Implementation Support Techniques
- Phase A: Architecture Vision
- Phase B: Business Architecture
- Phase B: Business Architecture – Catalogs, Diagrams, and Matrices
- Phase C: Information Systems Architecture
- Phase C: Data Architecture
- Phase C: Data Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices and Diagrams
- The Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
- Phase C: Applications Architecture
- Phase C: Applications Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices, and Diagrams
- Foundation Architecture
- Phase D: Technology Architecture
- Phase D: Technology Architecture – Catalogs, Matrices, and Diagrams
- Migration Planning Techniques
- Phase E: Opportunities and Solutions
- Phase F: Migration Planning
- Phase G: Implementation Governance
- Phase H: Architecture Change Management
- ADM Requirements Management
- Architecture Partitioning
- Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: Iteration and Levels
- Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: Security
- Guidelines for Adapting the ADM: SOA
- Architecture Maturity Models
- Architecture Skills Framework
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