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Forthcoming Event

Understanding Enterprise Architecture
Dates: 12th March 2014 - 14th March 2014
Location: etc.Venues, London, United Kingdom
Organiser: IRM UK
Format: Conference / Seminar
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Understanding Enterprise Architecture

Mike Rosen

12-14 March 2014; 15-17 October 2014, London

This workshop will give you an overall understanding of what enterprise architecture is, how programs are structured, the roles, responsibilities and skills of an enterprise architect, what enterprise architecture looks like, how to create architecture, how to apply it, and how to deliver value to your organization through EA.  Topics will include EA principles and practices, EA domains of business, information, application, and technology architecture, and the architectural skills and thinking needed to be an enterprise architect. In this workshop, delegates will:

  • Get an overview of the principles, practices and structure of enterprise architecture
  • Understand the concepts, models and vocabularies of different architectural roles
  • Gain familiarity with the most common EA frameworks and methods
  • Learn architectural principles and skills that can immediately be applied to your current role
  • Understand the issues and techniques of business and information architecture
  • Understand application architectural styles, patterns, reference architectures and methodologies
  • Understand technology architecture and its relation to enabling applications and business

How Much?

: 1,145 + VAT(229) = 1,374

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