What you’ll learn
- Understand the basic concepts of Enterprise Architecture and the ArchiMate modeling language
- Understand the language structure of the ArchiMate language
- Understand the ArchiMate Generic Metamodel that defines the full structure of the language.
- Understand how to address stakeholder’s concerns using the architectural viewpoints and views provided in ArchiMate 3.0.
- Easily design and communicate the enterprise architecture aspects
- Develop a holistic view of your organization
- Use ArchiMate 3 modeling language to develop models for Enterprise Architecture
- No previous knowledge of modeling is required. However, some basic understanding of Enterprise Architecture concept is desired.
NOTE: This course is still underdevelopment. Thank you for your patience.
This course is designed for all levels. This means, people with no previous ArchiMate experience will be able to use ArchiMate to model architecture.
You will start by learning about what is ArchiMate language and what is the use of such a language in Enterprise Architecture. This course will then cover the nine-grid core framework in ArchiMate, followed by the full framework, including the understanding of the various elements in each of the layers and aspects of the framework.
This video tutorial also covers cross-layer modeling. Finally, you will learn about how to address stakeholder’s concerns using the architectural viewpoints and views provided in ArchiMate 3.0.
By the end of his course, you will gain practical knowledge of ArchiMate 3.0. As an enterprise architect, ArchiMate will make it easy for you to communicate the building blocks of an enterprise, and the various aspects of the architecture to your stakeholders. The complete tutorial is divided into 12 modules explaining ArchiMate 3 modelling language.
This course is aligned to the syllabus of The Open Group’s ArchiMate 3.0 Certification Course. Not only, it will help people understand the basics of ArchiMate 3.0 for EA modeling, but people aiming for ArchiMate 3.0 certification will also benefit from this course.
Who this course is for:
- Business Analysts
- Enterprise Architects
- Information Architects
- Project Managers
- Software Architects
- Business Developers
- Software Designers
- Anyone interested in learning how to visually represent an enterprise architecture