ArchiMate® 3 Training Course

  • Learn ArchiMate® modelling language,stakeholders concerns & relationships
  • 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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Duration: 2 Days*

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ArchiMate® 3 Training Course

Course Overview

Who should attend this ArchiMate® 3 Training Course?

The target audience for this course covers individuals who work in positions associated with an Enterprise Architecture project, or those planning to undertake one, and who accordingly require an understanding of Enterprise Architecture artifacts developed with ArchiMate® 3.

ArchiMate® 3 Training Course Prerequisites

There are no formal prerequisites for taking this course, meaning that anyone who is interested is welcome to attend.

ArchiMate® 3 is a registered trademark of The Open Group.

This ArchiMate® 3 Training Course delivered by The Knowledge Academy is a course accredited by The Open Group. Pearce Mayfield Training promotes this course for The Knowledge Academy.

Course Outline

Module 1: Basic Concepts and Definitions 

  • Introduction to ArchiMate® Language 
  • ArchiMate® Language for Enterprise Architecture Modelling 
  • What is Enterprise Architecture? 
  • Key Enterprise Architecture Concepts 
  • Stakeholders and Concerns 
  • Development of Enterprise Architectures 
  • Example ArchiMate® Model 

Module 2: Language Structure 

  • Top-Level Hierarchy of ArchiMate® Concepts 
  • Layering of ArchiMate® Language 
  • Definition: ArchiMate® Core Language 
  • ArchiMate® Core Framework 
  • Abstract in ArchiMate® Language  
  • External Vs Internal 
  • Types Vs Instances 
  • Behaviour Vs Active Structure 
  • Concepts and their Notation 
  • Conceptual Vs Logical Vs Physical 
  • Types Vs Instances
  • Use of Nesting 
  • Use of Colours and Notational Cues 

Module 3: Generic Metamodel 

  • Design Approach
  • Metamodels at Different Levels of Specificity
  • Design and Core Concepts
  • Hierarchy of Behaviour and Structure Elements 
  • Behaviour and Structure Elements Metamodel 
  • Behaviour Elements Notation 
  • Aspects 
  • Additional Behaviour Element Type: Event 
  • Passive Structure Elements 
  • Active Structure Elements Notation 
  • Summary of Specialisation of Core Elements 
  • Specialisations of Structure and Behaviour Elements 
  • Motivation and Composite Elements 
  • Grouping 
  • Location 

Module 4: Modelling Relationships 

  • Relationships 
  • Structural Relationships 
  • Dependency, Dynamic, and Other Relationship  
  • Relationship Review  

Module 5: Modelling Motivation  

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

Module 6: Modelling Strategy 

  • Strategy Elements Metamodel 
  • Relationships with Motivation and Core Elements 
  • Strategy Elements 

Module 7: Business Layer  

  • Metamodel  
  • Active Structure, Behaviour, and Passive Structure 
  • Composite Element  

Module 8: Application Layer  

  • Application Layer Metamodel 
  • Active Structure  
  • Behaviour Structure 
  • Passive Structure 

Module 9: Technology Layer  

  • Metamodel  
  • Active Structure Elements  
  • Behaviour Structure  
  • Passive Structure Elements 

Module 10: Modelling Physical Elements 

  • Physical Elements Metamodel 
  • Active Structure Elements 
  • Behaviour Elements 
  • Passive Structure Elements 

Module 11: Relationships Between Core Layers 

  • Alignment of the Business Layer and Lower Layers 
  • Alignment of the Application and Technology Layers 
  • Derived Relationships Applied in Relationships Between Core Layers 

Module 12: Modelling Transformation

  • Implementation and Migration of Metamodel 
  • Implementing and Migrating Elements 
  • Relationships with Other Aspects and Layers 

Module 13: Addressing Stakeholder Concerns with Architecture Views and Viewpoints 

  • Introduction to Architecture Views and Viewpoints 
  • Stakeholders and Concerns  
  • Architecture Views and Viewpoints  
  • Viewpoint Mechanism  
  • Viewpoint Purpose and Content 

Module 14: Derivation of Relationship  

  • Derivation Rules 
  • Two Types of Derivation 
  • Notation of Derivation Rules 
  • Derivation Rules for Potential Relationships 
  • Restrictions on Applying Derivation Rules 

Module 15: Motivation Viewpoint  

  • Stakeholder Viewpoint 
  • Goal Realisation Viewpoint and Contribution Viewpoint 
  • Principles Viewpoint 
  • Requirements Realisation Viewpoint 
  • Motivation Viewpoint 

Module 16: Strategy Viewpoints  

  • Strategy Viewpoint 
  • Capability Map Viewpoint and Value Stream Viewpoint 
  • Outcome Realisation Viewpoint 
  • Resource Map Viewpoint 

Module 17: Basic Viewpoints – Business Layer and Application Layer 

  • Organisation Viewpoint 
  • Business Process Cooperation Viewpoint 
  • Product Viewpoint 
  • Application Cooperation Viewpoint 
  • Application Usage Viewpoint 

Module 18: Basic Viewpoints – Technology Layer 

  • Implementation and Deployment Viewpoint 
  • Technology Viewpoint 
  • Technology Usage Viewpoint 

Module 19: Implementation and Migration Viewpoints 

  • Project Viewpoint 
  • Migration Viewpoint 
  • Implementation and Migration Viewpoint 

Module 20: Applying the Viewpoint Mechanism 

  • Defining and Classifying Viewpoints: Purpose Dimension 
  • Creating the View 
  • Application of the Viewpoint Mechanism in Real-Case Modelling Situations 

Module 21: Language Customisation Mechanisms 

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

In this ArchiMate® 3 Training 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

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