Certified Enterprise Architect All-in-One Exam Guide

Certified Enterprise Architect All-in-One Exam Guide

by Beryl Bellman, Prakash Rao, Ann Reedy


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This effective study guide offers comprehensive coverage of topics comprising the enterprise architecture body of knowledge.

This unique resource provides detailed coverage and lays out actionable methodologies and best practices to create and maintain successful EA models, artifacts and building blocks. It helps prepare readers to take any of the various EA certification exams and academic courses in enterprise architecture.

This highly effective self-study guide offers comprehensive coverage of all topics in the enterprise architecture body of knowledge. Written by a team of experienced academics, practitioners, and professionals, the book takes a holistic look at the practice of enterprise architecture. You will get actionable methodologies and best practices and learn how to develop, deploy, and maintain successful enterprise architecture models, artifacts, and building blocks. Designed to help you prepare for certification, the Certified Enterprise Architect All-in-One Exam Guide also serves as an essential on-the-job reference.

Coverage includes:
• Enterprise architecture foundation concepts
• Planning the enterprise architecture
• Enterprise architecture development, governance, and maintenance
• Defense frameworks
• Viewpoints and views
• The Zachman Framework
• The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF)
• The Common Approach to Federal Enterprise Architecture
• Comparison of frameworks
• Case Study integrated throughout the text
• And much more

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781260121483
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date: 10/26/2018
Pages: 640
Product dimensions: 7.30(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

Prakash Rao has 38 years of experience as a researcher, innovator, and entrepreneur. He worked as a trainer for enterprise architecture for the US Air Force for three years, a senior faculty member at the Federated Enterprise Architecture Certification (FEAC) Institute for nine years, and is the co-author of two books on enterprise architecture and data warehousing.

Ann Reedy, PhD, has more than 40 years of experience in academia and in the federal research and contracting communities. She taught enterprise architecture with both the MITRE Institute and the FEAC Institute for over 10 years. Dr. Reedy is co-author of a textbook for the FEAC.

Beryl Bellman, PhD, is the co-founder of FEAC and, after selling to Zachman International, remains its academic director. He has been in academia for over 48 years, and has over 30 years of concomitant consulting experience in enterprise architecture and related fields for both government and industry.

Table of Contents

PART 1: Foundation Concepts
Chapter 1: Enterprise Architecture Concepts
Chapter 2: Importance of Culture, Climate and Tribes in the Context of Enterprise Architecture

PART 2: Architecture Development and Use
Chapter 3: Introduction to the Case Study
Chapter 4: Basic Concepts for Defense Frameworks
Chapter 5: Planning the Enterprise Architecture
Chapter 6: Developing the Architecture
Chapter 7: Disseminating the Enterprise Architecture
Chapter 8: Maintaining the Enterprise Architecture
Chapter 9: Governing the Enterprise Architecture
Chapter 10: Using the Enterprise Architecture

PART 3: Viewpoints and Views
Chapter 11: Introduction to Viewpoints and Views
Chapter 12: Overview Viewpoint
Chapter 13: Strategic/Capability Viewpoint
Chapter 14: Project Viewpoint
Chapter 15: Operational Viewpoint
Chapter 16: Systems Viewpoint
Chapter 17: Services Viewpoint
Chapter 18: Data and Information Viewpoint
Chapter 19: Standards Viewpoint
Chapter 20: Extension Viewpoints

PART 4: Comparative Frameworks
Chapter 21: The Zachman Framework
Chapter 22: The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF)
Chapter 23: Common Appraoch and FEAF2
Chapter 24: Summary Comparison of Frameworks

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