Roadmap to TOGAF Certification
TOGAF, or "The Open Group Architecture Framework," is a strategy for planning and designing IT architecture that is utilized by businesses. The initial version of TOGAF was released in 1995, and it was based on the Department of Defense's Technical Architecture Framework (DoD). The Department of Defense soon after handed over the framework to the Open Group Institute, which has been in charge of it ever since. TOGAF is a framework for helping firms develop an IT infrastructure that is tailored to their needs. This is where TOGAF professionals come in; they engage with various department heads and assist in the rapid formulation and implementation of an IT strategy.
TOGAF is a high-level framework for planning, designing, implementing, and managing Enterprise Architecture. Enterprise architecture is divided into four domains (data, technology, application, and business) and relies largely on pre-existing, standardized goods and technologies.
TOGAF certifications are important for a variety of reasons. Here are a handful of them:
-Enterprise architects are in high demand. As IT technology and architecture become progressively more intertwined in an organization's performance, forward-thinking businesses are embracing TOGAF to plan how their enterprise architecture will be managed in the medium and long term.
-TOGAF certified professionals have a shared set of skills and knowledge that can help them better recognize business requirements.
-Adding a credible qualification to your resume can significantly increase your earnings and job opportunities.
This eBook walks aspirants through the TOGAF certification courses and provides a roadmap for becoming a TOGAF certified professional. Download this eBook to get a detailed TOGAF roadmap, learn how to pass the certification in one sitting, and enter the world of enterprise architecture.