ArchiMate® 3 Training Course: Combined (Level 1 and Level 2)

  • Understand the hierarchy of behaviour and structure elements.
  • Acquire skills in motivation, strategy, and composite of elements.
  • Gain an understanding of the functions, services, and process of the application.

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ArchiMate® 3 Training Course: Combined (Level 1 and Level 2)

Course Overview

ArchiMate® is an independent and open standard for enterprise architecture which helps to define, visualise, and analyse the relationships between business domains in an unambiguous way. It is used by many organisations in various industries worldwide. This ArchiMate® 3 Training Course: Level 1 will cover both basic and advance concepts such as basic understanding of the ArchiMate® modelling language, walk-through of notation, terminology, structure, understand behaviour, structure elements of Metamodel, and technology layers to which ArchiMate® can apply.

In this training course: Level 2 certification will help them to learn the advanced concepts and its compatibility with enterprise architecture frameworks. This training course also proves creativity and self-motivation on behalf of delegates. This combined Level 1 and Level 2 training course helps delegates to provide with a basic knowledge of modelling language of ArchiMate®.

What is ArchiMate®?

ArchiMate® is modelling language for enterprise architecture which supports different tools, description, and analysis of architecture. Business, application, and technology are the layers of ArchiMate® provide a complete approach to structuring an enterprise.

Course Outline

Basic Concepts and Definitions

Language Structure

  • Top-Level Hierarchy of ArchiMate Concepts
  • Definitions: Model, Concept, and Element
  • The layering of the ArchiMate Language
  • Definition: ArchiMate Core Language
  • The ArchiMate Core Framework
  • Definition: ArchiMate Core Framework
  • The Full Framework
  • Abstraction in the ArchiMate Language
  • Types Versus Instances
  • Concepts and their Notation
  • Use of Nesting
  • Use of Colors and Notational Cues

Generic Metamodel

  • What is Generic Metamodel?
  • Hierarchy of Behavior and Structure Elements
  • Aspects
  • Behaviour and Structure Elements Metamodel
  • Active Structure Elements
  • Behaviour Elements
  • Definition: Core Element
  • Motivation, Strategy, and Composite Elements
  • Overview of Motivation Elements
  • Strategy and Composite Elements
  • Grouping
  • Location

Modelling Relationships

  • Overview of Relationships
  • Structural Relationships:
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  • Structural Relationships: Realisation
  • Dependency Relationships
  • Dynamic Relationships
  • Other Relationships
  • Relationship Review

Modelling Motivation

  • Modelling Motivation
  • Motivation Elements Metamodel
  • Stakeholder, Driver, and Assessment
  • Goals, Outcomes, Principles, Requirements, and Constraints
  • Meaning and Value
  • Using Motivation Elements with Core Elements
  • Motivation Elements Review

Modelling Strategy

  • Strategy Elements Metamodel
  • Resource (Structure Element)
  • Capability (Behavior Element)
  • The course of Action (Behavior Element)
  • Using Strategy Elements with Motivation and Core Elements
  • Strategy Layer Elements Review
  • Strategy Elements and Viewpoints
  • Capability Map Viewpoint
  • Outcome Realisation Viewpoint
  • Resource Map Viewpoint

Business Layer

  • Business Layer Metamodel
  • Active Structure Elements
  • Business Internal Active Structure Elements
  • Business Actor, Role, Collaboration, and Interface
  • Behaviour Elements
  • Business Internal Behavior Elements
  • Business Process, Event, Service, Function, and Interaction
  • Passive Structure Elements
  • Business Object
  • Representation
  • Contract
  • Composite Elements
  • Product
  • Organisation View
  • Business Function and Process View
  • Business Layer Elements Review
  • Necessary Viewpoints – Business Layer

Application Layer

  • Application Layer Metamodel
  • Active Structure Elements
  • Application Component, Collaboration, and Interface
  • Behaviour Elements
  • Application Function, Service, Interaction, Event, and Process
  • Passive Structure Elements
  • Data Object
  • Application Cooperation, Usage, and Behaviour View
  • Application Layer Elements Review
  • Derived Relationships
  • Application Cooperation and Usage Viewpoint

Technology Layer

  • Technology Layer Metamodel
  • Active Structure Elements
  • Node
  • Device
  • System Software
  • Technology Collaboration
  • Technology Interface
  • Path
  • Communications Network
  • Behaviour Elements
  • Technology Function, Process, Interaction, Event, and Service
  • Passive Structure Elements
  • Technology Object and View
  • ArchiMate IT Infrastructure
  • Technology Layer Elements Review
  • Basic Viewpoints: Technology Layer

Modelling Physical Elements

  • Physical Elements Metamodel
  • Active Structure Elements
  • Equipment
  • Facility
  • Distribution Network
  • Behaviour Elements
  • Passive Structure Elements
  • Material
  • Physical Elements Review

Cross-Layer Modelling

  • Alignment of the Business, Lower, Application, and Technology Layers
  • Serving Relationships between Layers
  • Realisation between Layers

Modelling Transformation

  • Implementation and Migration Elements
  • The Implementation and Migration Metamodel
  • Work Package
  • Deliverable
  • Implementation Event
  • Plateau
  • Gap
  • Cross-Aspect Dependencies
  • implementation and Migration Viewpoints
  • Project and Migration Viewpoint

Addressing Stakeholder Concerns with Viewpoints and Views

  • Introduction to Architecture Views and Viewpoints
  • Stakeholders
  • View
  • Viewpoint
  • Architecture Description in ISO/IEC 42010
  • View and Viewpoint in ISO/IEC 42010
  • Stakeholder and Concern in ISO/IEC 42010
  • ArchiMate Viewpoint Mechanism
  • Viewpoint Purpose and Content
  • Applying the Viewpoint Mechanism
  • Purpose and Content Dimension
  • Creating the View
  • Application of the Viewpoint Mechanism in Real-Case Modelling Situations

Language Customisation Mechanisms

  • Why Should We Customise the Language?
  • Adding Attributes to ArchiMate Elements and Relationships
  • Profiles and its Types
  • Creating New Element Types Using Specialisation
  • The Specialisation of Elements and Relationships
  • Creating a Profile for Risk Analysis
  • Using Specialisations to Model Risk Analysis

In this ArchiMate®3 training: Combined (Level 1 & Level 2) course, there are no formal prerequisites.

This course is ideal for who associate and work with an Enterprise Architecture project. It is much more beneficial for:

  • Enterprise Architects
  • Business Architects
  • Software and Solution Architects
  • System Architects
  • Program and Project Managers
  • Who is interested in the understanding of Enterprise Architecture artifacts developed with ArchiMate®

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