Solution Architecture

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.

Training Benefits

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.

Recommended for

Presales Consultant
Solution Specialist
Solution Consultant
Strategy Consultant
Corporate Strategist
Team Leader
IT Managers
IT Directors
Associate Solution Architect
Junior Soution Architect
Technical Decision Maker
IT Management

Module Synopses

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


4 Days


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%

Course Fee

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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