“Even after you study how to apply TOGAF in practical situations, you will still have much more to learn in your enterprise architecture career (I started in EA in 1984 and even I’m still learning!)”
Having a good metamodel is essential to every enterprise architect. We discuss how a good metamodel can help understand structure, document component relationships and much more.
Enterprise Architecture (EA) is a comprehensive framework designed to map out and govern the alignment between IT investment and wider organizational strategies to develop a clear understanding of potential threats and opportunities.
Find out the many benefits of studying The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) including where to use it, when you'll need it, and how much a TOGAF Certification will cost you
Enterprise Architecture is relevant any situation where we need to change an enterprise. If we then take “enterprise” to mean any human endeavour or...
Having set the standard for enterprise architecture for over two decades, The Open Group caused a huge stir when it announced TOGAF Version 9.2....
When you start learning about Enterprise Architecture (or if you are already a practising architect), you quickly become aware that capabilities are an important...
This is an open-ended question that I’m throwing out to you, because I’d really like to hear back in the comments what it is about TOGAF that doesn’t make sense to you.
In essence, TOGAF and the Architectural Development Method (ADM) are all about aligning an enterprise’s IT capabilities with its development goals. Certified ‘enterprise architects’ provide a professional perspective which helps to tie all aspects of the development cycle together, making them a huge potential asset.
A complete overview of the workings and methodology of TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework), the de-facto framework for the creation of enterprise architecture around the world.