ArchiMate® 3.1 Training Course: Combined Level 1 and Level 2

PT25553
Summary
The updated ArchiMate program holds a number of useful additions and improvements for Enterprise Architecture practitioners. The one most valuable improvements to the standard is the addition of a value stream element which allows us to show a path to value realization as we enhance capabilities. According to the new specification, “A value stream represents a sequence of activities that create an overall result for a customer, stakeholder, or end user.” Completing this ArchiMate training course leads to a thorough knowledge of the terminology, structure and concepts of the ArchiMate 3.1 Specification, and places you in a position to succeed at the ArchiMate 3 exam and become an ArchiMate certified professional. When you complete this course, you will receive a Certification of Completion upon request. This Certificate is not the same as the ArchiMate® 3 Level 1 and Level 2 Certification. To achieve certification, you must schedule, complete, and pass the Level 1 and Level 2 Certification Examinations.
Prerequisites
There are no formal prerequisites for this course. A working knowledge of software solution design and of TOGAF would be helpful and we do recommend that attendees review the below pre-reading documents. Recommended Pre Reading:
  • ArchiMate® 3 Specification Pocket Guide
  • ArchiMate® 3 Specification Study Cards
  • ArchiMate® 3 Full Specification
Duration
4 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for:
  • Application Architects
  • Application Portfolio Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • Business Architects
  • CIOs and CTOs
  • Data Architects
  • Enterprise Architects
  • I.T. strategists, senior business analysts
  • Information Architects
  • Infrastructure Architects
  • IT Architects
  • Others responsible for change programs
  • Program Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Security Architects and Technology Vendors
  • Solution Architects
  • System Integrators
  • Technology Architects
Topics
  • Basic Concepts and Definitions
  • Language Structure
  • Generic Metamodel
  • Modeling Relationships
  • Modeling Motivation
  • Modeling Strategy
  • The Business Layer
  • The Application Layer
  • The Technology Layer
  • Modeling Physical Elements
  • Relationships between Core Layers
  • Modeling Transformation
  • Addressing Stakeholder Concerns with ::Viewpoints and Views
  • Language Customization Mechanisms

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