A single exam is required to earn the Level 1 designation. To earn this designation, candidates must first earn the Level 1 credential and pass the Level 2 exam. Candidates wanting a fast track to Level 2 certification may take a combination exam, which covers requirements for both Level 1 and 2. Training is not mandatory for either credential but is highly recommended. The Open Group maintains a list of approved training providers and a schedule of current training opportunities on the certification webpage. Some training providers include the exam with the training course.
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The book is plainly written and supported with clear examples of viewpoints and models. This book is also unique from other publications on the topic of EA as there is a complete case study that supports the teaching and study material.
The case study helps the reader not only to follow the logic and rational on how the viewpoints and models are developed, but how they are utilized. The discussions on culture and EA provide for a more complete understanding of the role of Chief Enterprise Architect in any organization. The writing team of Rao, Reedy and Bellman provides a very well rounded perspective with experience and leadership in government, industry and academia. This holistic perspective coupled with complete discussions on the relationship between varying frameworks makes this a must have book on EA.
A terrific desk reference. By Cort C. It lays out clearly the approach to, and rationale for, effective architecting. DoDAF architecture products are demystified through practical descriptions and illustrations, along with demonstrations of how the products are linked to present an integrated set of models. A powerful feature in the book is a case study of developing and applying architecture to support transformation decision making.
The case study topic is a fictional airport facing multiple types of changes regarding its future; the architecture products are shown that support the different types of changes to be analyzed. This kind of hands-on reference is invaluable. Get this book for yourself, and then get one for your up-and-coming understudy. By Jeff Akers.
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We focus on the mechanics of developing an integrated enterprise architecture, and then take your knowledge gained and focus on how to use EA to solve issues faced by the enterprise. Additional discussions focus on how to present EA artifacts, manage your program, develop EA services, etc. Students completing the entire program achieve designation as a Certified Enterprise Architect aka Blackbelt. Our programs are spread over five courses.
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