About the Event
A Practitioners' Approach to Developing an Enterprise Architecture using the TOGAF® Standard
A unique event for Enterprise Architecture Practitioners, leaders of Enterprise Architecture teams, and the sponsors of Enterprise Architecture teams.
Gain understanding of the latest approaches to develop, maintain, and use Enterprise Architecture best practices using the TOGAF Standard, a standard of The Open Group.
Day 1 - Monday
The TOGAF® Standard and its Ecosystem
The TOGAF Standard is more than an open standard — it is an ecosystem which provides value through the strength and scope of its content, the broad body of knowledge in the TOGAF Library, its large community of practitioners, and its training and certification programs. The standard provides the universal concepts of Enterprise Architecture (EA), together with established, enduring, and stable best practices to help Enterprise Architects deliver.
Sessions will consider the three challenges every EA team faces:
• How to configure their EA team
• How to configure their method of developing EA
• How they document their enterprise’s architecture
Specific topics covered on day one will include:
• Developing an EA
• Using Architecture Styles
• Organizing EA Content
• Operating and Governing an EA
• Establishing and Leading an EA team
• EA with Agility
• Managing Digital Transformation with EA
• Leveraging the TOGAF Library
Day 2 - Tuesday
EA and Practical Use Cases
Sessions will focus on the material available to architecture practitioners to make adoption of best practices easier.
Specific topics will include:
• Utilizing business models and business modeling
• Sprinting with the TOGAF ADM
• The Government Reference Model for transformational change for the Public Sector
• Using the Digital Business Reference Model
• Managing Risk and Security within a TOGAF EA
• Effective EA using the TOGAF and ArchiMate® Standards together
• Using the TOGAF Standard & the IT4IT™ Reference Architecture together
• Applying the TOGAF Standard with the Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN) Standard
TOGAF® User Group
EA for Uncertainty Workshop
How should an enterprise architect plan for an unknowable changing future and avoid the situational hind-sight predicament of “I wish I had thought about that”? The pragmatic enterprise architect must skill themselves in thinking and planning for a future that is a moving target and continuously changing. You will learn tools and techniques to help with this pragmatism in terms of:
- Thinking for tomorrow: Learning to think beyond stated requirements
- Communicating with the business: Building on common abstractions and learning how to develop and align your own
- Architecting for the future perfect progressive: How do we engineer for sustainability?
Association of Enterprise Architects® (AEA) Showcase