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Online Instructor-led (5 days)

Classroom (5 days)

Online Self-paced (40 hours)

Official BCS Intermediate and Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Exams

BCS Intermediate and Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Outline

The units in this course include:

  • Architecture and Architects
  • Architecture Frameworks
  • Architecture Precursors Part 1
  • Architecture Precursors Part 2
  • Business Architecture
  • Data Architecture and Design for NFRs
  • Applications Architecture
  • Infrastructure Architecture
  • Software Architecture
  • Migration Planning
  • Architecture Management

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Who should attend?

This course is for those who require the knowledge of enterprise and solution architecture including database or IT administrators and managers.

 

Prerequisites

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

 

BCS Membership

Included in your professional certification; one year’s free BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, Associate membership.

 

Upon passing your examination, make the most of your professional certification and continue your career development with BCS Associate membership. Whether you’re looking for career support through the BCS global skills, training and development framework, SFIAplus, seeking promotion or a network of new contacts, we’re here to support you. BCS membership provides exclusive access to resources, content and opportunities that will enrich your career.

 

BCS Membership allows you to give back to society. Some of the industry’s challenges are around personal data, health, education, and IT capabilities. By becoming part of our professional community you can get involved and do your bit to make IT good for society.

 

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What’s Included

  • The BCS Intermediate and Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Examinations
  • BCS Membership for 1 Year
  • Experienced Instructor
  • Completion Certificate
  • Refreshments

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BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Exam

The course prepares you for the BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture exam, which is included. This exam follows the following format:

  • One-hour
  • Closed Book
  • 40 multiple choice questions based on a case study
  • 65% (26/40) pass mark

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Online Instructor-led (2 days)

Classroom (2 days)

Online Self-paced (16 hours)

Certified Enterprise Architect Professional (CEAP) Course Outline

This training course will explore the following areas:

Day 1 

  • An Introduction to Enterprise Architecture
  • Techniques for Developing Architecture
  • Architecture and Architects
  • Architecture Precursors
  • Architecture Frameworks
  • Business Architecture
  • Data Architecture
  • Software Architecture
  • Applications Architecture
  • Design for NFRs
  • Infrastructure Architecture

Day 2

  • The Enterprise Continuum
  • The Architecture Repository
  • The Architecture Content Framework
  • The Preliminary Phase
  • Governing Architecture
  • Business Scenarios
  • Managing Stakeholders
  • The Vision of Architecture
  • Architecture of Technology

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Who should attend this Enterprise Architecture Training Course?

This course is designed for anyone interested in enhancing their Enterprise Architect knowledge.

Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites, thus anyone can attend.

Certified Enterprise Architect Professional (CEAP) Course Overview

Our two day Certified Enterprise Architect Professional training course will provide delegates with detailed knowledge of the duties of an Enterprise Architect in the context of IT security. Delegates will become familiar with the language used by architects, and will fully understand architecture frameworks.

This course will cover the architect’s role in aligning business requirements with IT systems, which in turn will highlight to delegates organisational improvements that they can make. Topics explored include business, data, and software architecture, as well as stakeholder management and the implementation of architecture techniques.

Likewise, the vision of architecture, planning migration techniques, and change management will be significant areas of focus.

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Certified Enterprise Architect Professional (CEAP) Examination

In order to receive certification, delegates will be required to take an exam on the afternoon of the final day. The exam is formatted like so:

  • Total Questions: 40
  • Test Format: Multiple choice
  • Duration: 60 Minutes
  • The Pass Mark: 65% 

What's included in this Enterprise Architecture Training Course?

This CEAP course includes:

  • The Knowledge Academy Certified Enterprise Architecture Professional (CEAP) Manual
  • Experienced Trainer
  • Certificate
  • Refreshments

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BCS Accredited Provider (BCS), on behalf of BCS

Online Instructor-led (3 days)

Classroom (3 days)

Online Self-paced (24 hours)

Official BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Exam

BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Outline

This Enterprise Architecture training course provides delegates with a range of skills and knowledge relating to concepts, processes, and practices of architecture. 

 

The following subjects will be taught during this course:

 

Architecture and Architects

  • Architecture Granularity

  • Architecture Domains

  • Hierarchical or Layered Architecture

  • Architect Roles, Goals, and Skills

 

Architecture Precursors

  • Drivers, Aims, and Directives

  • Solution Descriptions and Plans

  • Standards

  • Scope of Architecture Work

  • Requirements

  • Regulatory Requirements

  • Business Case

 

Architecture Frameworks

  • Architecture Process Frameworks

  • Architecture Descriptions

  • Architecture Models

  • Architecture Description Frameworks

 

Business Architecture

  • Business Architecture Structure and Behaviour

  • Business Process Decomposition and Automation

  • Design for Business Security

 

Data Architecture

  • Knowledge and/or Content Management

  • Data Architecture Structure

  • Data Qualities and Integration

  • Design for Data Security

 

Software Architecture

  • Component Structures and Patterns

  • Component Interfaces

  • Component Interoperation Styles

  • Component Communication Styles

  • Publish and Subscribe Distribution

 

Applications Architecture

  • Applications Architecture Structure and Behaviour

  • Design for Applications Security

  • Application Platform

 

Design for NFRs

  • Designs for Performance Techniques

 

Infrastructure Architecture

  • Infrastructure Architecture Structure and Behaviour

  • Design for Infrastructure Security 

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Who should attend?

This training course is designed for anyone involved in enterprise and solution architecture.

 

Prerequisites

In order to attend this BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture training course, delegates must have at least 3 years of experience in IS/IT, and must have had contact with architects and architecture descriptions.

BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Overview

Thie course will help delegates develop an understanding of the role played by architects in the area of the IT/IS security. By the end of this certificate, individuals will be familiar with the terminology adopted by enterprise and solution architects and will possess an understanding of architect documentation. This training course is especially useful for those looking to fill the gap between high-level management frameworks like TOGAF® and solution delivery processes and/or software development lifecycles.

 

This training course is not based on a specific architecture framework, such as TOGAF®.

 

Included with this certification is a BCS Associate Membership, which will be valid for 1 year. A BCS membership enables you to pursue further career development. BCS will support your progression whether you want to enhance your global skills, learn a training and development framework, achieve promotion, or expand your web of contacts. A BCS membership will provide you with access to exclusive resources and opportunities for career advancement.

 

We are accredited by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, for this Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture.

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BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Examination

Delegates will need to sit an exam in order to acquire this certification. The exam details are as follows:

  • 40 questions
  • Multiple choice
  • 1 hour long
  • Pass mark of 65%

 

What’s Included

  • The BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Examination
  • BCS Membership for 1 Year
  • Experienced Instructor
  • Completion Certificate
  • Refreshments

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BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Examination

Delegates will need to sit an exam in order to acquire this certification. The exam details are as follows:

  • 40 questions
  • Multiple choice
  • 1 hour long
  • Pass mark of 65%

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accredited by

BCS Accredited Provider (BCS), on behalf of BCS

Online Instructor-led (2 days)

Classroom (2 days)

Online Self-paced (16 hours)

Official BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Exam

BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Outline

The BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture validates practical skills for Enterprise and Solution architecture, including creating an Architecture specification, establishing effective governance, techniques for visualising architecture and much more.

 

The Following Topics will be taught during this course:

Day 1:

• Introduction to Enterprise and Solution Architecture

• Architecture Precursors

• Architecture Frameworks

• Business Architecture

 

Day 2:

• Data Architecture

• Software Architecture

• Applications Architecture

• Design for Non-Functional Requirements

• Infrastructure Architecture

• Migration Planning

• Architecture Management

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Who should attend?

The course is intended for experienced IT/IS professionals who are involved in any aspect of enterprise or solution architecture. 

 

Prerequisites

To qualify for the Practitioner certificate, you must hold the BCS Intermediate Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture or have studied the syllabus and reference model and hold either TOGAF 8 or TOGAF 9 level 2 certification.

BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Overview

The 2-day course prepares you for the Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Exam, which upon completion provides the BCS Practitioner Certificate. This allows holders to demonstrate their skill and expertise in using a range of concepts, approaches and techniques for Enterprise and Solution Architecture.

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BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Exam

The course prepares you for the BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture exam, which is included. This exam follows the following format:

  • One-hour
  • Closed Book
  • 40 multiple choice questions based on a case study
  • 65% (26/40) pass mark

What’s Included

  • The BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Examination
  • BCS Membership for 1 Year
  • Experienced Instructor
  • Completion Certificate
  • Refreshments

 

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BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture Exam

The course prepares you for the BCS Practitioner Certificate in Enterprise and Solution Architecture exam, which is included. This exam follows the following format:

  • One-hour
  • Closed Book
  • 40 multiple choice questions based on a case study
  • 65% (26/40) pass mark

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Online Instructor-led (3 days)

Classroom (3 days)

Online Self-paced (24 hours)

Enterprise Architecture Black Belt Outline

This 3-day Enterprise Architecture Black Belt course covers the reasons to have Enterprise Architecture, the processes involved in it, as well as methods and frameworks for organising it.

The following topics will be taught during this course:

  • Know the principles behind Enterprise Architecture and the processes behind it
  • Understand how to establish an Enterprise Architecture practice within an organisation
  • Understand the impact of change throughout an organisation and know how Enterprise Architecture can help to effectively manage this
  • Understand some of the main Enterprise Architecture frameworks in use within the business, including the advantages and disadvantages of each.

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Who should attend this Enterprise Architecture Course?

This course is recommended for anybody interested in Enterprise Architecture, including Enterprise Architects, Business Architects and Analysts and Technology Architects and Designers.

Prerequisites

We recommend attending our Green Belt Enterprise Architecture course prior to this or having a basic idea of the main concepts behind Enterprise Architecture.

Enterprise Architecture Black Belt Course Overview

Our unique Enterprise Architecture Black Belt introduces the basic concepts of Enterprise Architecture and examines its terminology and concepts. By the end of the course, you will be familiar with the principles behind Enterprise Architecture, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of some of the main Enterprise Architecture frameworks which businesses may choose to use.

Enterprise Architecture is a conceptual blueprint used to define the structure and operation of an organisation and aligns a business’s organisational strategy with its goals. The scope of Enterprise Architecture includes the business’s processes, people and information technology systems, and maps the relationships between these elements.

Course Materials

You will receive The Knowledge Academy courseware folder containing copies of presentation slides, exercises, and suggested solutions. Most importantly you will complete the course with a Personalised Action Plan.

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What’s Included in this Enterprise Architecture Course?

  • The Enterprise Architecture Black Belt Examination
  • The Knowledge Academy’s Enterprise Architecture Black Belt Manual
  • Personalised Action Plan
  • Experienced Instructor
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Refreshments

Enterprise Architecture Black Belt Examination

There will be an examination following the course consisting of 30 multiple choice questions to be taken within a 60 minute period.

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Online Instructor-led (1 days)

Classroom (1 days)

Online Self-paced (8 hours)

Enterprise Architecture Green Belt Course Outline

Enterprise Architecture is a framework used to align an organisation’s assets, people and information systems with its needs and goals. Although there are numerous approaches to constructing enterprise architecture, this 1-day course is intended to provide a generic overview that can be applied to any enterprise architecture scenario.

 

The following topics will be taught during this course:

An Introduction to Enterprise Architecture

  • Defining Enterprise Architecture
  • Why is Enterprise Architecture Necessary?
  • Benefits of Enterprise Architecture

 

Techniques for Developing Architecture

  • Architecture Principles
  • Management of Stakeholders
  • Business Scenarios
  • Gap Analysis
  • Migration Planning Techniques
  • Interoperability Requirements
  • Business Transformation Readiness Assessment
  • Risk Management
  • Capability-Based Planning

 

Architecture and Architects

  • What Does an Architect Do?
  • Enterprise Architect
  • Architecture and Architects

 

Architecture Precursors

  • Drivers
  • Aims and Directives
  • Aim Hierarchy
  • SMART
  • Balanced Scorecards
  • Directive Hierarchies

 

Architecture Frameworks

  • What is an Architecture Framework?
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Frameworks
  • Architecture Process Frameworks
  • Zachman Framework
  • Selecting an Enterprise Architecture Framework
  • A Basic Enterprise Architecture Process

    

Business Architecture

  • Business Architecture
  • Business Functions
  • Value Chain Diagram
  • Business Function Catalogue or Portfolio
  • Business Capability and Capability-Based Planning
  • Business Model
  • Additional Business Terms and Concepts

 

Data Architecture

  • Data Terminology
  • Data Model
  • Data Quality
  • Data Confidentiality
  • Data Integrity

 

Software Architecture

  • What is Software Architecture?
  • Methods of Software Architecture

 

Application Architecture

  • Managing Applications
  • Applications Architecture Models
  • Application Architecture Behaviour
  • Use Case

 

Design for NFRs

  • Non-Functional Requirements
  • Design for NFRs

 

Infrastructure Architecture

  • Infrastructure Service
  • Platform Service
  • Technology Catalogue or Portfolio

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Who should attend this Enterprise Architecture Course?

The course is suitable for anybody with an interest in enterprise architecture, including Enterprise Architects, Business Architects and Analysts and Technology Architects and Designers.

Prerequisites

As this is an introductory course, there are no prerequisites.

Enterprise Architecture Green Belt Course Overview

During this Enterprise Architecture course, you will learn about the principles behind enterprise architecture, including its definition, scope and its uses. By the end of the course, you will be familiar with the main concepts behind enterprise architecture as well as some of the different approaches used to design it.

You will receive The Knowledge Academy courseware folder containing copies of presentation slides, exercises, and suggested solutions. Most importantly you will complete the course with a Personalised Action Plan.​

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What’s Included in this Enterprise Architecture Course?

  • The Knowledge Academy’s Enterprise Architecture Green Belt Manual
  • Personalised Action Plan
  • Experienced Instructor
  • Certificate on Completion
  • Refreshments
 

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Online Instructor-led (2 days)

Classroom (2 days)

Online Self-paced (16 hours)

Enterprise Integration Fundamentals Training Outline

Integration Overview:

  • Present a standardised definition for integration
  • Describe the primary drivers & goals for Integration as an Enterprise capability
  • Scope of integration – across applications, domains, B2B
  • Frame the way in which we talk about integration – interactions, platform, portfolio
  • Provide an overview of the evolution of integration
  • Introduce Service Oriented Integration (SOI) and concept of a service
  • Introduce API
  • Discuss overall Principles, Standards & Patterns
  • Provide an overview of Integration Lifecycle
  • Provide an overview of typical roles and responsibilities in Integration
  • Present a reference architecture including capabilities, roles and enabling technologies
  • Discuss the future of integration – API Monetisation, IoT, Big Data

Integration Technology Concepts:

  • Overview of Integration Technologies and the capabilities they provide
  • Technology Selection and Implementation Principles & Standards
  • Deployment models and selection considerations
  • Performance and Scaling considerations
  • Introduce Protocols and Message Formats
  • Introduce Web Services – REST, SOAP
  • Describe Service & API Contracts
  • Continuous Integration & Delivery
  • Supporting tooling for managing the lifecycle – Governance, design and monitoring

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Who should attend this Enterprise Integration Training Course?

Anyone with an interest or role that involves working in or with an Integration team including Architects, Developers, Testers, Project Managers and Business Analysts.

Prerequisites

No specific prerequisites but a basic technical understanding would be beneficial.

Enterprise Integration Fundamentals Training Overview

Fundamentals is the first in a series of Integration Training courses we offer in association with Glue Reply. It brings together their 20 years of experience in working with leading enterprises and training individuals to function as Integration Practitioners.

This course is geared towards those with a basic technical background who want to learn more about integration, how it is successfully delivered and would like a start on their journey towards their desired role.

It starts off by explaining what integration is and why it is so important to the functioning of any modern organisation. From there it moves on to the different approaches to integration over time and what is now regarded as best practice. A comprehensive overview of all the areas of an Integration capability is provided, from its delivery lifecycle and associated roles and responsibilities to a reference architecture for all the required functions.

The second day of the course is focused on providing a more in-depth understanding of the different technologies and technical standards involved and the considerations in selecting, deploying and using them.

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What's included in this Enterprise Integration Training Course?

  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor
  • Refreshments

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Online Instructor-led (2 days)

Classroom (2 days)

Online Self-paced (16 hours)

Enterprise Integration Advanced Training Outline

Integration Analysis:

  • Why and What of Integration Analysis
  • Approach to performing Integration Analysis
  • Executing the analysis methodology:
    • Extracting systems and functional scope
    • Identifying functional interactions and systems
    • Defining Integration Style
    • Defining Systems Data Format & Mapping Rules
    • Defining non-functional requirements
    • Identify re-use / new candidates

Integration Architecture & Design:

  • Service Oriented design – how it differs from traditional methods
  • Service Design Principles, Standards & Guidelines:
    • Introduction to Business Capability, Common Information & Service Models
    • Service Portfolio & layers – what are they and techniques for establishing
    • Service Design & Delivery Method – profiling, definition, implementation
    • Common use cases and implementation patterns
    • Designing for performance and non-functional considerations: error handling & recovery, scalability, availability, traceability
    • API Management – definition, lifecycle, monetization

Governance & Project Management:

  • What to govern – across interaction, platform and portfolio & responsibilities
  • Integration Governance Programs, Models and Controls
  • Establishing a governance program
  • Organisational roles in relation to Governance
  • Governance processes:
    • Governing Adoption Planning – maturity assessment, technology selection
    • Governing analysis, design, development, testing and deployment
    • Governing usage, monitoring, discovery & versioning, retirement
  • Service contract and schema reviews
  • Authoring Governance Artifacts
  • Integration Delivery Methodologies – how they relate to typical delivery methodologies (agile, waterfall)
  • Techniques for successfully managing integration projects

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Who should attend this Enterprise Integration Training Course?

Anyone with an interest in or role that involves working in or with an Integration team. It is particularly aimed at those wanting to specialise as Integration Practitioners in the areas of architecture, analysis, design, development and Project Management.

Prerequisites

A good understanding of integration, what constitutes an Integration Capability, and its associated lifecycle and technologies are required for this course.

Our first course, Enterprise Integration Fundamentals, should be taken first if you do not have a firm grasp of these topics.

Enterprise Integration Advanced Training Overview

Advanced is the second in a series of Integration Training courses we deliver in association with Glue Reply. It builds upon the fundamentals of Integration with in-depth coverage of the approaches and techniques you would need to know to function as a practitioner.

This course is geared towards those with a good understanding of what Integration is about and who would like to enhance their skills to perform key Integration roles.

Day one of the course is focused on how to perform integration analysis to translate business requirements into integration requirements and specific techniques for identifying areas of re-use. From there it moves on to design & architecture and various methods used to build future-proof solutions. The course concludes with a look at what it takes to successfully manage and govern Integration initiatives.

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What's included in this Enterprise Integration Training Course?

  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor
  • Refreshments

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Online Instructor-led (4 days)

Classroom (4 days)

Online Self-paced (32 hours)

Enterprise Integration Practitioner Course Outline

Integration Overview:

  • Present a standardised definition for integration
  • Describe the primary drivers & goals for Integration as an Enterprise capability
  • Scope of integration – across applications, domains, B2B
  • Frame the way in which we talk about integration – interactions, platform, portfolio
  • Provide an overview of the evolution of integration
  • Introduce Service Oriented Integration (SOI) and concept of a service
  • Introduce API
  • Discuss overall Principles, Standards & Patterns
  • Provide an overview of Integration Lifecycle
  • Provide an overview of typical roles and responsibilities in Integration
  • Present a reference architecture including capabilities, roles and enabling technologies
  • Discuss the future of integration – API Monetisation, IoT, Big Data

Integration Technology Concepts:

  • Overview of Integration Technologies and the capabilities they provide
  • Technology Selection and Implementation Principles & Standards
  • Deployment models and selection considerations
  • Performance and Scaling considerations
  • Introduce Protocols and Message Formats
  • Introduce Web Services – REST, SOAP
  • Describe Service & API Contracts
  • Continuous Integration & Delivery
  • Supporting tooling for managing the lifecycle – Governance, design and monitoring

Integration Analysis:

  • Why and What of Integration Analysis
  • Approach to performing Integration Analysis
  • Executing the analysis methodology:
    • Extracting systems and functional scope
    • Identifying functional interactions and systems
    • Defining Integration Style
    • Defining Systems Data Format & Mapping Rules
    • Defining non-functional requirements
    • Identify re-use / new candidates

Integration Architecture & Design:

  • Service Oriented design – how it differs from traditional methods
  • Service Design Principles, Standards & Guidelines:
    • Introduction to Business Capability, Common Information & Service Models
    • Service Portfolio & layers – what are they and techniques for establishing
    • Service Design & Delivery Method – profiling, definition, implementation
    • Common use cases and implementation patterns
    • Designing for performance and non-functional considerations: error handling & recovery, scalability, availability, traceability
    • API Management – definition, lifecycle, monetization

Governance & Project Management:

  • What to govern – across interaction, platform and portfolio & responsibilities
  • Integration Governance Programs, Models and Controls
  • Establishing a governance program
  • Organisational roles in relation to Governance
  • Governance processes:
    • Governing Adoption Planning – maturity assessment, technology selection
    • Governing analysis, design, development, testing and deployment
    • Governing usage, monitoring, discovery & versioning, retirement
  • Service contract and schema reviews
  • Authoring Governance Artifacts
  • Integration Delivery Methodologies – how they relate to typical delivery methodologies (agile, waterfall)
  • Techniques for successfully managing integration projects

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Who should attend this Enterprise Integration Training Course?

Anyone with an interest or role that involves working in or with an Integration team but especially those wanting to specialise as Integration Practitioners in the areas of architecture, analysis, design, development or project management.

 

Prerequisites

There are no specific prerequisites but a basic technical understanding would be beneficial.

Enterprise Integration Practitioner Course Overview

Enterise Integration Practitioner is an intensive 4 day course that combines our Enterprise Integration Fundamentals and Advanced courses into a single curriculum aimed at getting you from novice to practitioner in a week.

It starts off by explaining what Integration is and why it is so important to the functioning of any modern organisation. From there it moves on to the different approaches to integration over time and what is now regarded as best practice. A comprehensive overview of all the areas of an Integration capability is provided, from its delivery lifecycle and associated roles and responsibilities to a reference architecture for all the required functions.

The second day of the course is focused on providing a more in-depth understanding of the different technologies and technical standards involved and the considerations in selecting, deploying and using them.

The final day looks at how to perform integration analysis to translate business requirements into integration requirements and specific techniques for identifying areas of re-use. From there it moves on to design & architecture and the various methods used to build future-proof solutions. The course concludes with a look at what it takes to successfully manage and govern Integration initiatives.

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What's included in this Enterprise Integration Training Course?

  • Delegate pack consisting of course notes and exercises
  • Manual
  • Experienced Instructor
  • Refreshments

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