Price: $2,999.00

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California Enterprise Architecture Framework Training by TONEX

California Enterprise Architecture Framework, CEAF Training, Version 2.0

Specialize your skills with CEAF training, California State’s standard enterprise architecture methodology and framework, and achieve CEAF certification by TONEX.

The main objectives of this hands-on 4-day training course is to build an understanding of the concepts of Enterprise Architecture and  and California Enterprise Architecture Framework, CEAF. CEAF training course is designed and developed to teach the science of CEAF  and its application.

What You’ll Learn

  • CEAF 2.0 approach in the development of an enterprise architecture
  • CEAF’s Architecture Domains : BA, IA, AA, and TA
  • Architecture Governance in development of CEAF
  • CEAF 2.0 Architecture Framework and Vision
  • CEAF Building Blocks concept
  • Key deliverables in the CEAF
  • SOA as a style of architecture
  • Architecture maturity models in CEAF
  • CEAF Architecture Skills
  • CEAF Enterprise Roadmap
  • Content Meta Model
  • EA Repository
  • Principles
  • Strategic Goals to EA Principles
  • Method and Tools
  • Maturity Model
  • Standards
  • Reference Architectures
  • Information Technology Patterns
  • EA Standards Process
  • Governance
  • Metrics and Reporting

Executive Summary

  • What is Enterprise Architecture?
  • Why do we need EA?
  • What are the benefits of EA?
  • How do we implement EA?
  • What is CEAF (California Enterprise Architecture Framework ) and how does it support implementation of EA?
  • How do we know if EA is working?

Enterprise Architecture Services

  • Assist with Business and IT Strategies
  • Operating Model
  • Portfolio Rationalization
  • Target EA and Enterprise Roadmap
  • Project Prioritization
  • Assist with Project Concept and Business Case
  • Standards Establishment and Governance
  • Solution Architecture Guidance and Oversight
  • Harvest Reference Architectures and Reusable Assets
  • Target Architecture Vision

 

Enterprise Architecture in the State of California

  • Enterprise Architecture Defined
  • Enterprise Architecture Vision and Benefits
  • Vision
  • Expected Benefits
  • Enterprise Architecture Domains : BA, IA, AA, and TA

Business Architecture (BA)

  • Business Architecture Elements
  • Business Reference Model
  • Future State Planning

Information Architecture (IA)

  • Information Architecture Elements
  • Data Reference Model
  • IA Future State Planning

Applications Architecture (AA)

  • Applications Architecture Elements
  • Service Component Reference Model
  • Future State Planning

Technology Architecture (TA)

  • Technology Architecture Elements
  • Technical Reference Model
  • TA Future State Planning
  • Motivation and Cross Domain Aspects
  • Enterprise Architecture Segments
  • How does EA Fit into the Organization

California Enterprise Architecture Framework (CEAF)

  • EA Framework Defined
  • Characteristics of an EA Framework
  • CEAF 2.0 : EA Framework Component Overview
  • EA Deliverables
  • Current State Architecture Views
  • Future State Architecture Views
  • Enterprise Roadmap
  • Content Meta Model
  • EA Repository
  • Principles
  • Strategic Goals to EA Principles
  • Method
  • Tools
  • Maturity Model
  • EA Maturity Model
  • EA Program Maturity Model
  • Standards
  • Reference Architectures
  • Information Technology Patterns
  • EA Standards Process
  • Governance
  • Metrics
  • Reporting

Enterprise Architecture Services in CEAF

  • Assist with Business and IT Strategies
  • Operating Model
  • Portfolio Rationalization
  • Target EA and Enterprise Roadmap
  • Project Prioritization
  • Assist with Project Concept and Business Case
  • Standards Establishment and Governance
  • Solution Architecture Guidance and Oversight
  • Harvest Reference Architectures and Reusable Assets
  • Target Architecture Vision

 

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