What is California Enterprise Architecture Framework?
Learn about California Enterprise Architecture Framework by attending TONEX’s new CEAF Training, California Enterprise Architecture Framework. Click here for details…
CEAF introduces a strategic information asset base, which defines the mission; the information necessary to perform the mission, the technologies necessary to perform the mission, and the transitional processes for implementing new technologies in response to changing mission needs; and includes a baseline architecture, a target architecture, and a sequencing plan.
CAEF 2.0 identifies the business processes that execute or support an organization’s mission and defines how Information Technology (IT) assets enable those processes. The purpose of CEAF is to optimize and transform the processes, information, application systems and technologies into an efficient and integrated environment, supportive of the execution of business strategy
Who Needs to Attend
- Individuals who require a deeper understanding of CEAF 2.0
- Professionals who are working for CA state agencies where CEAF 2.0 has been adopted
- Architects who will be responsible for developing architecture artifacts for agencies
- Architects who wish to introduce CEAF 2.0 into an architecture practice and who want to achieve a recognized qualification to demonstrate their detailed knowledge of CEAF
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Learn about CEAF 2.0 Reference Architecture (RA):
- California Enterprise Architecture Framework, Version 2.0 (CEAF 2.0)
- Business Intelligence (BI), Version 1.0
- Cloud Computing (CC), Version 1.0
- Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Version 1.0
- Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Version 1.0
- eGovernment (eGov), Version 1.0
- Identity and Access Management (IdAM), Version 1.0
- Master Data Management (MDM), Version 1.0
- Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Version 1.0