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Enterprise Architecture Training Crash Course

Enterprise Architecture training crash course covers all the concepts, tools, and techniques to develop and apply enterprise architecture.

Enterprise Architecture training

Enterprise Architecture training discusses EA and the necessity of applying governance around such an enormous enterprise. EA training will also explain the application of a rigid protocol for describing the already existing and future phases of an enterprise’s maturity.  This hands-on training will help leaders, managers, architects, and team personnel to have a deep understanding of the difficulties and risks related to applying EA adoption. It also will give you key policies and tactics of reducing such risks.

During Enterprise Architecture training, we will especially focus on the most appropriate way to stimulate organizational change, advocate the EA initiative, and best practices of executing EA, business processes, and following strategic objectives.

TONEX Enterprise Architecture training crash course provides the basics, widespread-used frameworks such as Zachman, The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF), Ministry of Defense Architecture Framework (MODAF), and TRAK. Our hands-on training courses give you sufficient knowledge about EA and how to best apply it through changes to people, processes, and technology.

What is Enterprise Architecture?

Enterprise Architecture (EA) is to use a complete and solid tool for describing, defining, designing, and ultimately deploying a framework that presents business architecture, performance management, organizational structure, and process architecture.

Enterprise Architecture (EA) provides a persuasive solution to bring business processes, information architecture, and organizational structure align with strategic enterprise goals.

When there is no governance, the potential of EA can be immediately substituted with the related implementation costs. Plus, a high risk of interrupting mission-critical systems and processes rises. Hence, structure, proven adoption protocols, and systematic risk reduction strategies – in short, a need for governance– is required.

How Can You Benefit from EA Training?

Upon the completion of EA training crash course, you are able to:

  • Develop client/server architectures
  • Understand how the elements fit together focusing on performance and scalability
  • Explain how the internet, object technology, cloud computing and component technologies associate with server architectures
  • Discuss the framework of various database models and their limitations
  • Map OO designs to databases
  • Identify when TP monitors are necessary and understand their abilities
  • Decide between a variety of database, component and IPC middleware options
  • Evaluate various database, component and IPC middleware objectively


  • CIO
  • EA stakeholder
  • Architects
  • Analysts
  • Managers
  • Team leaders
  • IT professionals
  • System analysts
  • Technical architects
  • Integrators
  • Application designers
  • Senior developers

What Will You Learn?

Below are major topics covered by this training, but to find out more details click HERE.

  • Governance fundamentals
  • Contractual governance
  • Governance models
  • New management challenges brought about by EA
  • How to implement EA governance
  • Funding models for EA initiatives
  • Establishing an EA Center of Excellence (COE)
  • EA governance by policy
  • Metrics and performance management
  • Maturity models
  • Business architecture
  • Business process modeling
  • Requirements management
  • System development
  • DoDAF
  • Systems engineering
  • Enterprise architect advanced
  • Process, technique, and notation classes
  • Enterprise systems
  • Architectures
  • Overview of integration technologies
  • Multi-tier Architectures
  • Gartner model of Client/server
  • Microsoft architectures
  • CORBA model
  • J2EE model
  • Internet/Intranet applications
  • Client/server and the Internet
  • Types of applications
  • Database engines and the web
  • CGI and extensions
  • Scripting, ASP.Net
  • Servlets and JSPs
  • Struts
  • Web frameworks
  • Security issues and solutions
  • Encryption
  • Authentication
  • Certification
  • Transactional Security
  • Networked IPC
  • Synchronous/asynchronous IPC
  • RPC
  • Messaging and transactional messaging
  • IPC methods
  • RPC middleware
  • Middleware comparison with RPC
  • Middleware architectures
  • JMS as provider
  • Types of payload
  • Typical uses
  • Performance criteria
  • XML basics
  • Data exchange
  • XML grammars
  • Basic XSLT
  • Data replication benefits and issues
  • Types of replication
  • Synchronisation
  • Lag
  • Refreshing data
  • Types of transactions
  • OLTP systems
  • Rollback and undo
  • Design considerations
  • Distributed transactions
  • Cloud computing model, IaaS, PaaS and SaaS
  • OO methods
  • The UML
  • Use cases
  • Scenarios and sequence diagrams
  • System design
  • Deployment diagram
  • OLTP
  • DSS
  • Data warehousing
  • Data Marts
  • Message Oriented Middleware
  • Content Managements Systems
  • Search Engines
  • Microsoft Transaction Server
  • COM
  • The .NET framework
  • JEE
  • ERPs
  • IBM MQSeries
  • Spring
  • Hibernate
  • EJBs
  • SOAP messages
  • WSDL structure
  • Overview of UDDI
  • Publishing an XML Web Service

Enterprise Architecture training

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