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Introduction to TOGAF ADM Videos
- Introduction to TOGAF ADM: Preliminary Phase
In the preliminary phase of TOGAF, you’ll perform preparation and initiation activities to meet the business directive for a new enterprise architecture. In this video we will walk you through the major steps to perform in the preliminary phase
2. Introduction to TOGAF ADM: Phase A Architecture Vision
The main goal of the TOGAF ADM phase A is to set and confirm the expectations for an enterprise architecture project. You need to build consensus with the sponsoring organization and gain their approvals before you can continue to subsequent phases. In this video we will walk you through the major steps to perform in phase A of the ADM.
3. Introduction to TOGAF ADM: Phase B, C, D Business, Information Systems and Technology Architectures
In the previous phase of the TOGAF ADM, phase A, you’ve defined the architecture vision and secured the approval of the architecture work proposed. In phase B, C and D you will model the baseline and target architectures for the business, information systems and technology domains, as well as to identify the gaps in between. In this video we will walk you through the major steps to perform in the three phases.
4. Introduction to TOGAF ADM: Phase E Opportunities and Solutions
In the previous phases of the TOGAF ADM, phase B, C, D, you’ve developed the baseline and target Architectures of all architecture domains, and recognized the gaps in between. In phase E you will identify the work packages, transition architectures, and create an implementation and migration plan. In this video we will walk you through the major steps to perform in phase E
Introduction to TOGAF TOOL Video
– Step-by-step Just-in-Time Processor (Read More)
One-size-fits-all solution is not always applicable for nowadays complex and fast changing world. Process like Rational unified process (RUP) is considered to be heavy weight and lack agility to deal with dynamic situations and thus, not suitable for agile team development. The upfront requirements elicitation doesn’t anticipate changes and might result in a lot wastes in time, effort and cost in the initial development stage.
Visual Paradigm’s Just-in-Time (JIT) process composer allows developers to define and configure process in just-in-time and just-enough manner to cope with the fast changing business environment, minimizing wastes for the entire process. You can customize a process like PMBOK®, PRINCE2® or even invent your own process for your enterprise in an agile way.
Visual Paradigm provides you with a huge collection of templates and forms, with inline instructions and samples for you to create custom processes that fit your specific needs. Besides, there are some out-of-the box Work Items for you to add into your processes. These Work Items ranging from basic analysis and summary table, to a series of steps to create meaningful study on various aspects for enterprise architecture, project management, or ITSM activities such as meeting templates, review logs and etc.