Enterprise Architecture Training Classes: Enterprise architecture (AE) is a conceptual blueprint that defines the structure and operation of an organization. The intent of an enterprise architecture is to determine how an organization can most effectively achieve its current and future objectives.
Having an enterprise architecture can improve decision making, improve adaptability to changing demands or market conditions, do away with redundant or inefficient processes, cut down on employee turnover and maximize organizational assets.
Like all new concepts, enterprise architecture has also evolved over the years, and, is constantly being refined. The EA framework came as a response to the increase of business technology, especially in the 1980s when computer systems were just taking hold in the workplace. Companies soon realized they would need a plan and long-term strategy to support the rapid growth of technology and that remains true today.
Enterprise Architecture (EA) is considered the blueprint of a system or System of Systems (SoS): Enterprise Architecture identifies and defines many aspects within a current system or system-of-systems (as-is) and utilizes these aspects to effectively determine the future state of a system or system-of-systems (to-be).
Modern EA strategies now extend this philosophy to the entire business, not just IT, to ensure the business is aligned with digital transformation strategies and technological growth. EA is especially useful for large businesses going through digital transformation, because it focuses on bringing legacy processes and applications together to form a more seamless environment.
Microsoft’s Michael Platt has said he sees EA today as containing four points of view: the business perspective, the application perspective, the information perspective and the technology perspective.
The business perspective defines the processes and standards by which the business operates on a day-to-day basis. The application perspective defines the interactions among the processes and standards used by the organization.
The information perspective defines and classifies the raw data (such as document files, databases, images, presentations and spreadsheets) that the organization requires in order to efficiently operate. The technology perspective defines the hardware, operating systems, programming, and networking solutions used by the organization.
Bottom line: Having an enterprise architecture can improve decision making, improve adaptability to changing demands or market conditions, do away with redundant or inefficient processes, cut down on employee turnover and maximize organizational assets.
Enterprise Architecture Training Classes
Tonex offers Enterprise Architecture Training, a 3-day course that guides you with the development of architecture development reference architecture and needed architectural information that can be provided in advance to an enterprise to enable consistent architectural best practices.
Who Should Attend
Anyone considering, leading or participating in EA processes.
Why Choose Tonex?
–Tonex has been a pioneer in the field of Enterprise Architecture and has worked with major universities and fortune 100 companies to provide intelligent solutions.
–Tonex has been a certified TOGAF training provider since 2005 and has taught and consulted on DoDAF, MoDAF, NAF, FEAF, NASCIO, CEAF, UPDM, UAF and other Enterprise Architecture solutions programs.
–Ratings tabulated from student feedback post-course evaluations show an amazing 98 percent satisfaction score.
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