The Easy Path to TOGAF® standard, version 9.2 for TOGAF® 9 Certified Professionals.
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|Delivery Method||Virtual Online|
|Prerequisites||TOGAF 9.1 Certification|
The four-hour course covers highlights of the TOGAF Standard, Version 9.2 and the major differences between 9.1 and 9.2:
- Changes to the structure of the TOGAF standard and the importance of the TOGAF Library
- Additions to the Business Architecture domain
- Changes introduced in ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010:2011 and the consequent changes to TOGAF
- Changes to the TOGAF Content Framework and Metamodel
- Changes to security considerations during application of the ADM
- Changes in the structure of the TOGAF Body of Knowledge
- Changes to several key terms and definitions
Who Should Attend
- Individuals who are TOGAF 9 certified and wish to prove up-to-date knowledge of the 2018 version of the TOGAF Body of Knowledge
- Individuals who are trainers delivering Accredited Training Courses based on the TOGAF Standard, Version 9.2
How to Earn the Open Badge
The Open Group is pleased to announce the availability of our Open Badge program for the professional certification programs. To earn an open badge TOGAF Essentials 2018 credential you must attend an accredited TOGAF Essentials 2018 classroom or virtual training and pass an online assessment consisting of 20 multiple-choice questions.
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