TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Combined Part 1 and Part 2 Exam
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What are the four dimensions used to scope an architecture?
The four dimensions used to scope an architecture are Breadth, Depth, Time Period, and Architecture Domains. Breadth refers to the extent of the enterprise covered by the architecture. Depth refers to the level of detail and completeness of the architecture. Time Period refers to the planning horizon and the number of Transition Architectures required to achieve the Target Architecture. Architecture Domains refer to the four domains of Business, Data, Application, and Technology that constitute an enterprise’s architecture. Reference: The TOGAF® Standard | The Open Group Website, Section 3.2.1 Phase A: Architecture Vision.
Which of the following statements about architecture partitioning are correct*?
1 Partitions are used to simplify the management of the Enterprise Architecture
2 Partitions are equivalent to architecture levels
3 Partitions enable different teams to work on different element of the architecture at the same time.
4 Partitions reflect the organization's structure
Statements 1 and 3 about architecture partitioning are correct. Architecture partitioning is the technique of dividing an architecture into smaller and more manageable parts that can be developed, maintained, and governed independently. Partitions are used to simplify the management of the Enterprise Architecture and to enable different teams to work on different elements of the architecture at the same time. Partitions are not equivalent to architecture levels, which are different degrees of abstraction or detail in an architecture. Partitions do not necessarily reflect the organization’s structure, which may change over time or differ from the architecture’s scope and boundaries. Reference: The TOGAF® Standard | The Open Group Website, Section 2.5 Architecture Partitioning.
Consider the following statement:
According to the TOGAF Standard a governed approach of a particular deliverable will ensure a system of continuous monitoring to check integrity changes decision-making and audit of all architecture-related activities
Which deliverable is being referred to?
An Architecture Contract is a deliverable that specifies the responsibilities and obligations of the parties involved in the implementation and governance of an architecture. It ensures a system of continuous monitoring to check integrity changes decision-making and audit of allarchitecture-related activities. Reference: The TOGAF® Standard | The Open Group Website, Section 3.3.4 Architecture Contracts.