The aim of the Iasa Solution Architecture training is to transform an IT professional into an expert in many categories, with hands-on experience traversing multiple industries and disciplines.
At the end of this course you will have: a clear understanding of the four primary aspects of solution architecture and the aptitude for working with critical stakeholders to deliver the solutions; mastered a variety of hardware platforms including mainframes, distributed platforms, desktops and mobile devices; grasped the inner-workings of a host of operating systems and databases.
You shall be the communication expert to the stakeholders while working within the team throughout project life-cycles to ensure appropriate delivery of technology strategies.
The participant shall be competent in:
- Functioning as project delivery architect using common, proven techniques and procedures.
- Establishment solution architecture for midsize to large projects.
- Standard measurement metrics and quality attributes.
- The concepts of architecture tools and how they integrate with the SDLC.
- Development and delivery of solutions and communication strategies based on sound value management techniques.
- Managing the expectations of stakeholders and key team members.
Associate Solution Architect
Junior Soution Architect
Technical Decision Maker
Review of Architecture Core & BTS Topics
- The ITABoK 5 Pillars: BTS, IT Environment, Quality Attributes, Human Dynamics & Design
- The Mini-MBA
- Innovation Management in Architecture
Characteristics of a Solution Architecture
- Iasa View of the Solution Architecture
- Understanding the nature of the project
- The Solution Architect in the organisation
Being the Solution Architect
- The inception of solution architecture
- The elaboration of solution architecture
- The execution of the project
- The transition of solution architecture
Defining Critical Success Factors
- Walking through the standard metrics ROI & TCO
- Walking through the quality attributes on scalability, performance throughput, latency & availability
- Measuring and managing metrics & constraints
Working with Stakeholders
- Understanding the context of the project & sponsor
- Understanding solution architect role versus: Lead Developer, Project Managers, Enterprise Architects, Infrastructure Architects & Software Architects
The Solution Architecture
- Creating the Generic Architecture
- Creating the Product Specific Architecture
- Architecture Viewpoints
The Software Architecture
- Technology Platforms
- Modeling & Quality Analysis
- Design Patterns Selection & Application
- SDLC: What it means to the Solution Architecture
Participants are required to be Certified Information Technology Architect Foundation (CITA-F) and Iasa Associate – Business Technology Strategy (BTS). This course is recommended for participants with more than 5 years of industry experience.
Certificate Information Technology Architect – Associate Level (CITA-A)
The CITA-A certification consists of two exams: BTS and Specialisation. The Solution Specialisation exam is made up of 100 multiple-choice questions to be proctored on the fourth day of this class. Passing grade is 70%
S$3,400 (before GST and Government Funding) + S$800 Exam Fee
This courses is endorsed under CITREP+
Up to *90% funding support available for Singapore citizens and Permanent Residents.
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