Solution Architecture is one of the most common architecture activities, and one that proportionally consumes the most energy and effort. This course will provide the skills and knowledge to develop an architecture of a solution.
Solution architecture is closely constrained by a specific problem or project. Solution architecture must balance between the imperatives of the enterprise architecture and the those of a project. In this course, you will learn how to look backwards to the enterprise architecture roadmap, patterns, standards and organizational objectives and look forwards to the implementation while providing architectural requirements, patterns and standards to the implementation team.
A solution architecture must balance between the needs of demonstrating alignment, realizing a strategy and providing the guidance and constraints necessary to design implementation teams. The key architectural elements and constraints for any design and implementation team need to be derived from this alignment.
Solution architecture guides design and implementation for completeness and accuracy of delivery to objectives. This course will teach you how to guide the execution of an enterprise architecture roadmap and define the solution components of the business case. You will learn how to align implementation projects to stakeholder needs.
You will learn how to initiate architectural change management and identify roadblocks to implementing the roadmap. In short, the course will teach you how to ensure that the right tasks are completed to enable the target to be achieved.
This course provides the skills and knowledge to develop a solution architecture, demonstrate its alignment and effectively communicate the architecture.
Key Learning Objectives:
On completing this course, students will be able to:
- Identify and assess the complete set of requirements to identify key elements that must be realized.
- Understand and perform trade-off analysis.
- Demonstrate traceability.
- Understand how to communicate the architecture, patterns, standards and linkage to the complete set of requirements.
- Identify and describe common architecture governance controls.
- Identify and describe the features found in typical architectures including organization.
- Understand the connection between information systems security and privacy.
Purchase Solution Architecture Training
Solution architecture training is available as a custom course for your organization. In you are interested please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
Who should attend:
- Solution Architects
- Enterprise Architects
- Project Managers
- Organizational Change specialists
- Technical specialists
- Application specialists
- Systems integrators
These courses enable participants to develop specialized skills applicable to a domain, or techniques, such as soft-skills and analysis. In-house we spend far more time developing domain and specialized technique skills. We believe enterprise architecture is the smart way for organizations to solve complex problems and deliver on their business strategy. For Conexiam, enterprise architecture and TOGAF® 9.1 are means, not ends.
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