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INTRODUCTION TO TOGAF 9.1

Where this fits in to TOGAF?
Introduction
Introduction

Part II
(The Theory)

Core Concepts

ADM

Part I

Definitions

Introduction

Release Notes

Part II,III
Architecture
Development
Method

Preliminary Phase
Phase A : Architecture Vision
Phase B: Business Architecture

Data Architecture

Phase C: Information Systems Architecture
Phase D: Technology Architecture

Application
Architecture

Phase E: Opportunities & Solutions
Phase F : Migration Planning

Introduction
Phase G : Implementation Governance

Part IV
I

Content Metamodel

Architecture
Architectural Artifacts
Content Framework
Architecture Deliverables

II,III

Phase H : Architecture Change Management
Requirements Management
Introduction

Building Blocks

TOGAF 9
VII

IV
V

VI

Applying Iteration to the ADM
Introduction
Enterprise Continuum

Part V
Enterprise Continuum and Tools

Architecture Partitioning

Part III
(The Practice)

Architecture Repository

ADM Guidelines
and Techniques

Tools for Architecture Development
Foundation Architecture : Technical Reference Model

Part VI
TOGAF Reference Models

Applying the ADM at difference Enterprise Levels
Security Architecture and the ADM
Using TOGAF to Define & Govern SOAs
Architecture Principles
Stakeholder Management
Architecture Patterns

Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model
Business Scenarios
Introduction
Establishing an Architecture Capability

Part VII
Architecture Capability Framework

Gap Analysis

Architecture Board

Migration Planning Techniques

Architecture Compliance

Interoperability Requirement

Architecture Contracts
Architecture Governance

Business Transformation Readiness Assessment
Risk management

Architecture Maturity Models
Capability-Based Planning
Architecture Skills Framework

What is TOGAF?
• The Open Group Architecture Framework is a
framework – a detailed method and a set of
supporting tools – for developing an
enterprise architecture for use within that
organisation
• TOGAF is developed and maintained by
members of The Open Group, working with
the architecture forum

History of TOGAF
• 1994 the US Department of Defense gave
their Technical Architecture Framework for
Information Management (TAFIM) to TOGAF
for development
• 1995 TOGAF version 1 was released
• 2009 TOGAF version 9 was released

What was new in TOGAF 9
• Design objectives
– Evolution not revolution
• No change to the top level
processes
• Interoperability between TOGAF
8 and 9

– Stronger links to business
• Strategic Planning
• Deployment decisions

– Easier to use
• A More formal meta-model
• More guidelines and techniques
• Improved structure

• New sections
– Architecture Planning
– Content Framework and
Metamodeling
– Capability Based Planning
– Business Transformation
Readiness
– Architecture Repository
– Stakeholder Management
– Security
– SOA

Components of TOGAF 9
Introduction and Core Concepts ( Part 1)
Architecture Development Method (Part 2)

TOGAF ADM
and
Content Framework

ADM Guidelines and Techniques
(Part 3)

Architecture Content Framework
(Part 4)

TOGAF Enterprise
Continuum & Tools

Enterprise Continuum and Tools (Part 5)
TOGAF Reference Models ( Part 6)

High level introduction and key
concepts, definition of terms
and release notes
Core of TOGAF, a step by step
guide to developing enterprise
architecture
Collections of Guidelines and
Techniques to apply with using
ADM
Structured Meta-model for
architectural artifacts. Reuseable architecture building
blocks
Taxonomies and tools to
categorise and store outputs
Two reference models that can
be applied to EA

TOGAF Capability
Framework

Architecture Capability Framework
(Part 7)

How to establish and operate
EA with an Organisation

TOGAF Documentation
Categorisation
• Core
– Fundamental concepts that form the essence of TOGAF

• Mandated
– Normative parts of the TOGAF specification
– Central top its use
– Would not be recognisable TOGAF if not used

• Recommended
– Pool of resources specifically referenced in TOGAF that can be used to
assist practitioners

• Supported
– Not referenced in the other three categories but can provide valuable
assistance

What is Enterprise Architecture?
• Architecture of an Enterprise
A formal description of a system, or
detailed plan of a system at
component level, to guide its
implementation
OR
The structure of components, their
inter-relationships, and the
guidelines governing their design
and evolution over time

The highest level ( typically) of
description of an organisation
and typically covers all missions
and functions. An enterprise will
often span multiple
organisations

“An effective enterprise architecture is critical to business
survival and success and is the indispensable means to
achieving competitive advantage through IT”

Why do we need Enterprise
Architecture?
• Optimise the often fragmented legacy of processes
(both manual and automated) into an integrated
environment that is responsive to change and
supportive of the delivery of the business strategy
• Good enterprise architecture helps achieve the right
balance between IT efficiency and business
innovation.


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