TOGAF 10 was recently released. Major changes to the old version include a restructuring of the content to allow for easier understanding, fewer inconsistencies, and fewer duplications. The modularization of the content has progressed as well. There are now six individual documents forming the TOGAF Fundamental content and currently 23 more documents in the TOGAF …
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The TOGAF certification has two levels, which are “Level 1 Foundation” and the “Level 2 Certified”. There is an option to do both levels in one combined exam and most people do this.
TOGAF is the most important Enterprise Architecture Framework nowadays. It has first been published in 1995 by The Open Group and has regularly been updated since then. Today, The TOGAF Standard is the most cited and used knowledge book with detailed methods and tools for developing enterprise architecture in a company and many, if not most, large global corporations base their enterprise architecture activities on TOGAF or a modification of it. This article explains what TOGAF is about.
TOGAF is by far the most known Enterprise Architecture certificate. As it has already been developed in the 90s, it is often perceived as outdated – especially given the fast developments that there are within IT nowadays. It is only natural that many professionals ask themselves whether TOGAF is still relevant or not. This article explains arguments for and against the relevancy of TOGAF and analyzes the areas content, certification, industry expectations, and salary impact.
Enterprise Architecture and in especially TOGAF helps to create a meaningful big picture to your organisation. There are multiple reasons you should consider keeping your EA practice from small business to large corporate organisations up to date. First things first – get the basics right by studying and taking the exam. Below you find a brief overview of “How to pass TOGAF 9.2 as non-native English speaker” based on my personal experiences.
Last month, TOGAF announced that currently there are more than 98,900 IT professionals certified in TOGAF and the mark of 100,000 certified professionals will be hit soon. This shows the amazing speed with which TOGAF is becoming more and more popular.
The following post provides a list of top ten things that you should do in order to pass the TOGAF exam level 1 and level 2 – before the exam as well as during the exam.
This article provides a short summary about the TOGAF exams level 1 and 2, a link summary to everything that is important to know, such as where to find test questions, good summaries, and an evaluation of them, as well as many tips and tricks that I found out studying for the exams myself. By reading and following everything in this article and looking at the links, I am confident that you are perfectly prepared to take the TOGAF exams!
TOGAF stands for “The Open Group Architecture Framework” and is today the most cited and reused knowledge book with detailed methods and tools for developing an enterprise architecture within a company. This post provides all information that you need to know and where to find further information.
As the TOGAF level 2 exam has only 8 questions, answering only a few of them completely wrong will make you fail the exam. However, I think that the level 2 exam is the much easier one if you take the following approach: