Who should attend?
This course is for those who require the knowledge of enterprise and solution architecture including database or IT administrators and managers.
Prior to attending this course, candidates are recommended to have a basic knowledge of enterprise architecture.
BCS Intermediate and Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Overview
This course is a bundled course comprised of two separate courses:
During this course, candidates will learn about the essentials of Enterprise and Solutions Architecture. This course is a combination of the Practitioner and Intermediate courses for Enterprise & Solution Architecture and covers a wide range of topics including Infrastructure architecture, architecture management and data architecture. Two examinations for these certifications are included and last for one hour each.
Upon completion of this course, candidates should gain knowledge on:
- Concepts and principles of enterprise and solutions architecture
- The frameworks of architecture
- Architectures of applications and for business
- Architectures of data and software
- Infrastructure architecture
- Managing architectures
- Planning migrations
- Case studies
- Applying frameworks in practice
- SFIA skills
Included in your professional certification; one year’s free BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, Associate membership.
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