TOGAF 9 Part 2 v1.0

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Scenario: AutoComp Corporation -
AutoComp Corporation produces components for the Car industry. Driven by the global financial downturn they are looking to reduce IT costs. They believe there is a cost saving opportunity within IT but this is not quantified in terms of potential savings nor is there agreed target architecture.
Final decisions on the solutions are not yet fully agreed. They have completed their Vision Phase and first pass of the three architecture definition phases and now they want to finalize and plan their solutions. You are the Chief Architect from a consulting organization brought into review the work to date by AutoComp
Corporation and to make recommendations to the CIO and the board on this.
Which of the following answers best describes how TOGAF recommends in this context?

  • A. I would determine the business value of each solution, prioritize accordingly each set of solutions, conduct detailed Risk Assessment and Mitigation, do Compliance reviews and then implement the solutions. I would present my recommendations to the board for agreement. Once this is done, I would update the architectures reflecting any changes resulting from the board discussion.
  • B. I would after confirming Enterprise Change Attributes and constraints, do a Consolidated Gap Analysis then dependencies, then group and allocate the transitions. I would also assess Enterprise readiness and risks. Then I would also assess the business value of the solutions, do risk analysis with mitigation and then schedule the work products.
  • C. I would do a Consolidated Gap Analysis by considering then dependencies, then group and allocate the transitions. I would then look to produce artifacts that describe the recommended projects, the risk, issues and dependencies. This would also include transition architects to move us from current architecture to the recommended target architectures. I would present my recommendations to the board for agreement. Once this is done, I would update the architectures reflecting any changes resulting
  • D. I would look at the corporate culture and attitude to change, understand the constraints such as cost and the required time horizons. I would then look at the architecture work to ensure it is complete and seek to address any gaps. I would review the functional requirements and ensure there are complete interoperability requirements. I would then validate any dependencies and risks. Then formulate an implementation and migration strategy identifies major work packages and the transition architec


Answer : D

Scenario: Eight Twelve -
Eight Twelve has retail outlets throughout North America. An Enterprise Architecture practice already exists in Eight Twelve. Now the CEO and CIO decide that they want to use TOGAF9 to re-architect their Enterprise Architecture to cater to the changing strategies of Eight Twelve to better respond to the changes in the economic and technology environments.
Some of the key issues which need to be addressed in this re-architecting work are:
1. Since Eight Twelve"™s retail chain operate 24 hours a day and are expanding to South America and Europe, the retail chain business ecosystem should be able to withstand any unforeseen disruptions which might affect the chain"™s day to day operations. This is highly critical to ensure high levels of customer satisfaction and thus maintaining and enhancing Eight Twelve"™s revenue chain.
2. Dependency between the application components, which are the nerve centers to Eight Twelve"™s sophisticated range of services both external and internal, and the application platform and technology infrastructure should be minimal. This would facilitate scalability and ease of enhancement of the service offerings.
3. Eight Twelve uses the ARTS Data Model and the quality of data is of utmost importance for its operation.
4. Users of the Enterprise Information ecosystem should have an environment which is able to cater to their needs without any undue delays.
Which one of the following set of Architecture Principles do you feel is the most appropriate for these guidelines stated above for the TOGAF 9 architecting work which Eight Twelve is embarking on?

  • A. a) Maximize Benefit to the Enterprise b) Data Trustee c) Service Orientation d) Responsive Change Management
  • B. a) Business Continuity b) Data is an Asset c) Data is Shared d) Requirements Based Change
  • C. a) Maximize Benefit to the Enterprise b) Data is an Asset c) Data is Shared d) Requirements Based Change
  • D. a) Business Continuity b) Data Trustee c) Technology Independence d) Responsive Change Management


Answer : D

Scenario: Marona Inc.
Marona Inc is a Fortune 500 Enterprise in the retail industry with retail store components manufacturing units and marketing outlets spanning the globe and having an annual turnover of 20 billion$ with more than 100, 000 employees world wide.
The CEO, CIO and the stakeholders of the ongoing EA projects are concerned about rising costs and as one measure want to do an investigation into the operational aspects of the realized Enterprise Architecture using TOGAF9.
The CIO approaches you as the Lead Enterprise Architect to carry out this exercise the stakeholder had voiced to him the following concerns:
They want to analyze the roles of the top management for each revenue earning service. Moreover, many of the HR related critical Search application component have become extremely slow. This needs to be diagnosed and rectified. Moreover there is no proper tracking of revenue from retail store component products over time. There has also been a lot of unauthorized or unwanted access to many of the critical information.
Hence the mode of access needs to be strengthened and made much more secure. Another additional concern is the new launches and the progress of each of the launches over time.
Determine which of the following set of viewpoints are most appropriate to analyze and view in order to address this concern of the stakeholders.

  • A. (i) System/Functions Matrix (ii) Actor/Role Matrix (iii) Data Entity/Business Function Matrix (iv) Technology Portfolio Catalog (v) Data Security Diagram
  • B. (i) Goal/Objective/Service Diagram (ii) Contract Measure Catalog (iii) Data Dissemination Diagram (iv) Application Communication Diagram (v) Data Life Cycle Diagram
  • C. (i) Location Catalog (ii) Service/Function Catalog (iii) Data Entity/Business Function Matrix (iv) Application Communication Diagram
  • D. (i) System/Functions Catalog (ii) System/Technology Matrix (iii) Goal/Objective/Service Diagram (iv) Product Life Cycle Diagram (v) Data Security Diagram


Answer : D

Magic Wand Corporation manufactures a range of equipment used by magician worldwide. The global popularity of a series of children"™s books describing the formative years of a budding wizard and his various escapades at wizard school has driven unprecedented sales growth in the magical equipment market.
The current IT systems at Magic Wand are struggling to cope with the high volumes in this growth market. The CIO wants to persuade the board of Magic Wand
Corporation to make a greater investment in the IT systems to cope with the new higher transaction volumes. On of the key components the CIOs wants to include when he approaches the board is a description of the current problems and how they may be addressed from an architectural point of view.
As the High Architect of Magic Wand Corporation, the CIO has delegated the task of creating a vision for the future Architecture to you.
Which of the following answers best describes how TOGAF recommends delivering an Architecture Vision for the CIO?

  • A. Firstly, I ensure there is a Request for Architecture Work from the CIO. Then I ensure that there is recognition for the architecture vision project by following any project management and programmed management frameworks used within the organization. I would identify the key stakeholders and engage with them to understand and document their concerns and high-level requirements. This would result in a stakeholder map used to support other deliverables such as the Architecture Vision, a Communica
  • B. I would start by ensuring there is a Request for Architecture Work from the sponsor (the CIO). I would then create a project to define and deliver the architecture vision and the necessary outputs. The outputs include an approved Statement of Architecture Work, refined statements of Businesses Principles, Business Goals and Business Drivers, Architecture Principles, a Capability Assessment, a Tailored Architecture Framework, an Architecture vision, a Communications plan. The Statement of Archite
  • C. I would start by establishing the architecture project and follow the appropriate project management method. I would identify stakeholders their concerns and business requirements then confirm and elaborate the business goals, business drivers and constraints. I would then evaluate the business capabilities and readiness for business transformation and define the scope. I would then develop the architecture vision, define the target architecture value proposition, KPIs and identify and mitigate
  • D. I would approach this by defining and establishing the architecture team and governance. This would be followed by agreeing and establishing the architecture principles. I would select and customize an architecture framework changing any terminology and selecting the right phases and customizing the structure of content and outputs from the chosen method. Finally I would select and implement and architecture tools. The outputs from this work would include an Organization Model for Enterprise Arc


Answer : A

An international Insurance company has grown with little consideration for rationalization and consolidation. There is no coordination between business unit and every one have managed its own applications. The CIO decided to establish an Enterprise Architecture program within the enterprise to enable the company to expand to other markets in the next two years. The company has not any Enterprise Architecture Capability in place and the he CIO has set up an Architecture
Board and called its first meeting.
As Lead Architect you will establish a TOGAF 9 Enterprise Architecture program. Identify the best way to do this among the answers below.
Choose one of the following answers

  • A. You tailor TOGAF 9 with the help of the Architecture Board to integrate it with the legacy procedures established by the PMO. You also examine the relationship of TOGAF with other processes and frameworks for governance, systems development and operations management. You then define the footprint of the enterprise architecture.
  • B. As Lead Architect you create a Request for Architecture Work to allocate resources to work on the Architecture Vision. Based on the outcome of the Business Scenario technique you apply, you create the Common Systems Architecture to guide the choice of Solutions Building Blocks. These will be then used for integrating the systems across business units.
  • C. You clarify the agreement on key business drivers and the scope of the enterprise architecture. You then clarify the requirements for architecture work. You define the architecture principles together with the help of the Architecture Board in order to lead the architecture work. You consider how to tailor TOGAF 9 for this enterprise.
  • D. You conduct an Architecture Maturity Assessment. You then use the TOGAF ADM to state the requirements for the integration of a new company information management system into the organization. You then list a set of business goals together with the Architecture Board that will be a reference to the enterprise architecture program.


Answer : C

ARTI Dimensioning is a multinational that operates production facilities in 29 countries and sells its products in over 120 countries.
A consultancy firm has recommended a realignment that will enhance sharing of product information across business units. The implementation of this strategic realignment will require the development of integrated customer information systems and product information systems.
ARTI has a mature enterprise architecture practice and uses TOGAF 9 for the basis of the ARTI Architecture Framework (method and deliverables). The CIO is sponsoring an architecture development program that is going to start. The CIO is concerned about a potential disruptive result to the business of this activity and before proceeding with the architecture development he asked to evaluate the impacts on the company business.
You are the Lead Architect and you have been asked to recommend an approach to address the concerns raised. Based on TOGAF 9 recommend which of the following is the best answer.
Choose one of the following answers.

  • A. A Risk Aversion Assessment should be conducted during the Implementation Governance phase to determine the degree of risk aversion of the proposed business transformation. After sharing the residual level of risk with the company chairman and the residual risk is not accepted, a set of parallel systems will be implemented to mitigate the risks.
  • B. Your recommendation is to use risk management techniques to assess the risks associated with the proposed business transformation and ensure the existence of business continuity plans. During the Implementation Governance phase you conduct a residual risk assessment to manage risks that cannot be mitigated.
  • C. During the Architecture Vision phase a risk assessment is conducted to mitigate initial risks and address those in the Architecture Contract signed in the Implementation Governance phase.
  • D. Your proposal is to utilize a risk management framework during the Implementation Governance phase to verify the risks associated with the proposed transformation of the business. You then share with the concerned stakeholders the residual level on risk before the Architecture Contracts are released.


Answer : B

FreshFruit Int. is an online American grocer. The Executive Board decided to implement a new strategy to expand the business to other markets.
The CIO is sponsoring an enterprise activity to support the expanded operations.
A new solution is rolled-out to replace the legacy online sales platform. A compliance review was performed to assess the solution implementation.
The result of the review highlighted a complaint from the development team stating that the new system is difficult to integrate with the existing warehouse automation systems. The Chief Architect is concerned that the complaint is not related to a real problem of the solution but is based on personal preferences of the development teams. Another interview with the project team is scheduled.

You are the Lead Architect and an architect from your team leads the review team. You have to answer how, based on TOGAF 9, you should enable the review team to conduct the reviews successfully.
Choose one of the following answers

  • A. Meeting with the project architect you clarify the purpose of the review. You ask to perform an objective and fair review using the checklists to frame the review and clarify that you want them to identify the issues behind the implementation team complaints.
  • B. You organize a meeting with the review team and state the importance to identify any non-compliancy that may have come from the implemented solution.
  • C. You organize a meeting with the review team and stress the importance of a high degree of compliance without any exception. The review should cover every aspect of the implementation and should criticize the implementation techniques.
  • D. You verify that criteria for the program and the business objectives are mapped in the checklists that the project team prepared for the interviews. You confirm the checklist content to the project architect and stress the need to be objective and fair during the review process.


Answer : D

TotalComms is a telecommunications company formed from the merging of other 2 telecommunication companies. The business operating model has been unified, the TOGAF 9 Architecture Board approved the outline Implementation and Migration Plan the detailed migration planning must know be approved. Your help is needed to work on the migration planning with all the key stakeholders to achieve an agreement.
You are the Lead Architect asked to describe accordingly to TOGAF 9 the best way to address the following activities:
-> The way the migration planning is conducted.
-> What is going to be implemented.
-> The stakeholders involved in the implementation.
-> The definition of the deliverables to use
Choose one of the following answers

  • A. The Chief Architect will conduct the Migration planning and then share it with the other domain architects. The migration plan will be formed by a list of projects, their priority, their costs and a recommendation on how to proceed. After the plan is shared with the Architectural Board members and any observation that may raise incorporated in the plan, any individual project will go in front of the board for the approval for resources for the next project increment. A GANT chart will be include
  • B. The Migration planning will be conducted as a series of steps: confirming and then coordinating the corporate management frameworks involved; establishing clear business value for the deliverables; creating detailed resource estimates for the work to do; define priority of the work, sequence and then the Transition Architectures. After this, an Implementation and Migration Plan can be confirmed. The Portfolio Management, Operations Management and Business Planning teams should be involved in the
  • C. Implementation and Migration Strategy will be used to define project plans focusing on scope, time and budget. The business value of each project is assessed and Project Managers will prepare submissions to the IT governance Board to ask for their funding and the Lead Architect will be active part of the board. The collection of project roadmaps and plans will be used to detail the EA Implementation and Migration Plan.
  • D. This step will be conducted by the Enterprise Architecture team involving Business, Application, Data, Technology, and Security architects. They will implement the Transition Architectures and together will prioritize a list of activities and include the Architecture Building Blocks in an Implementation and Migration Plan and Roadmap. After this, the comments on the deliverables shared with lines of business and the members of the Executive Board are integrated, this to enable the funding on the


Answer : B

TP Banking is a strong financial institute with a well-known acquisition history with an internal IT department managing over 100 projects related to infrastructure and services.
The CIO has decided to create an Enterprise Architecture based on TOGAF 9 as reaction to the difficult market conditions. An Architecture Vision and a set of domain architectures were approved. The CIO is asking you (the Lead Architect) to define an Implementation and Migration Plan that realizes the vision already agreed with the stakeholders involved.
You are leading a group of domain architects and you are working with the corporate PMO, the business strategy team and service operations. You are meeting the stakeholders to clarify how you want to proceed with the Implementation and Migration Plan.
Choose one of the following answers

  • A. You propose to start collecting the existing deliverables describing the different domains in order to enable the Enterprise Architecture tram to integrate them with the support of the operation management. Every domain architect will then evaluate the impact on the projects already planned for the domain. The single revised plans will be integrated together and consolidated into a strategic implementation and migration strategy defining an IT roadmap.
  • B. You communicate the need for urgency. The projects already planned will be cancelled and the implementation of the new architecture vision will be set as first priority. A set of new projects will be defined to implement the new strategy. You will use the requirements from Phases B through D and define new projects for each one of the requirements. The use of defined interoperability architecture guidelines will then enable the project teams to work together and define a set of new point-to-poin
  • C. You describe the concept of Transition Architectures and clarify that the business value can be achieved by all the projects delivering their increments in a coordinated approach. Capability gaps and project dependencies are analyzed for each domain this will then enable the projects to be organized in work packages. You will then agree on the roadmap for the implementation and migration strategy meeting with all the key stakeholders.
  • D. You communicate the CIO's will to transform the corporation and then that he's seeking help from the domain architects to do that. The requirements are managed in order to enable every Architect to participate to the planning that will result in a detailed list of work activities with impact on the IT portfolio of projects. A five year Target Architecture will then be defined and a report will keep track of dependencies and factors assessment.


Answer : C

Patterns & Co. is introducing a Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) Market Analytics solution in order to improve its new delivery service.
Patterns & Co. has a mature enterprise architecture capability and the CIO is the sponsor of the enterprise architecture team. The business vision and requirements for the new system are defined. It includes a detailed business process analysis. The supplier has proposed a solution but the Architecture Board identified some of the project requirements not consistent with the adopted infrastructure standards. The CIO considered the risks and approved the implementation.
The CIO has asked the EA team to execute the Phase G ensuring that the system performance KPIs are respected, the project remains within budget and security guidelines are met.

As Lead Enterprise Architect you have to recommend a plan to implement the CIO decision. Choose the best answer according to TOGAF 9.
Choose one of the following answers

  • A. You ask the supplier to modify the web server hardware and software components so they can meet the current infrastructure standards. You advise to execute a proof of concept to anticipate any coding issue. Then, after the agreement with the development leads for supporting the development, you will provide the project plan to the project manager and develop an Architecture Contract. A set of frequent operational reviews to monitor the solution's performance is then scheduled after the implement
  • B. You recommend the co-existence of a second web server standard and modify the company Standards Information Base adding this new technology.You ask the project architects to create an Architecture Contract with the development teams. You identify the need of a performance testing and a compliance review You agree with the business on SLA and delivery dates. You identify re-usable procedures and objects.
  • C. You eliminate the non-standard web server from the solution as recommended by the Architecture Board. You create a revised plan and Architecture Contract for the development stressing the re-use of standard technologies. You share the budget implication of this solution with a finance committee and inform the CIO of the long term cost benefits of this choice. You define periodical project management meetings to monitor compliance.
  • D. You execute a risk analysis and set deliverables and timing requirements with the development team. You implement a detailed impact analysis of the chosen solution. You create an Architecture Contract and ask for the CIO's approval before implementing it. You test the solution just prior to implementation and deliver the project artifacts and store after the completion of the implementation.


Answer : B

Carter Woods, a global furniture firm, wants to improve the efficiency of its sales force by replacing their legacy configuration and ordering systems based on manual and paper based processes with an online ordering platform.
Carter Woods uses the Architecture Delivery Method from TOGAF 9. The CIO sponsored this activity and the Baseline Architecture was defined on the initial iteration defining: approach, scope and architectural vision including a set of architecture principles related to the Data domain:
-> Data is an asset.
-> Data is shared.
-> Data is accessible.
A set of aspects to clarify arose from the business analysis from the assumption to replace the legacy systems with an online centralized one. These main concerns are:
· To identify the changes to existing business processes.
· To identify the data entities that can be shared among the sales agents.
· To clarify how to keep the data secured.
· To identify the list of non-sales application to be integrated with the sales applications
You, as Lead Enterprise Architect, need to identify the most appropriate architecture viewpoints to address the concerns above mentioned.
Choose one of the following answers

  • A. Depict the Business Architecture using a Role catalog and a Process/Event/Control/Product catalog. Depict the Data Architecture using a System/Data matrix, a Data Entity/Data Component catalog and Data Security diagram. Depict the Application Architecture using an Interface catalog. Define the Technology Architecture via a Network Computing/Hardware diagram.
  • B. Depict the Business Architecture using a Business Interaction matrix and a Location catalog. Depict the Data Architecture using a Data Lifecycle diagram and a Data Migration diagram. Depict the Application Architecture using a Software Engineering diagram. Depict the Technology Architecture using a Communications Engineering diagram.
  • C. Depict the Business Architecture using a Business Footprint diagram and a Location catalog. Depict the Data Architecture using a Data Migration diagram, System/Data matrix and Data Lifecycle diagram. Depict the Application Architecture using an Application Communication diagram. Depict the Technology Architecture using a Network Computing/Hardware diagram.
  • D. Depict the Business Architecture using a Role catalog and Location catalog. Depict the Data Architecture using a System/Data matrix, Data Entity/Business Function matrix and Data Security diagram. Depict the Application Architecture using an Application Interaction matrix. Define the Technology Architecture via a Network Computing/Hardware diagram.


Answer : A

SureFlight Air Carrier has received approval for the acquisition of a regional carrier.
To integrate the new acquisition, a TOGAF based enterprise architecture program has been initiated. The CIO sponsors the activity supported by the Chief
Architect.
In Phase A within the initial iteration the CIO wants to ensure that the architecture activities are recognized among the various stakeholders of the enterprise.
You are a consultant supporting the Chief Architect that should explain how to identify and engage the stakeholders at this stage of the program.
Identify the best answer accordingly to the TOGAF 9 guidelines.
Choose one of the following answers

  • A. Using the business scenarios technique you would identify supporting and not supporting stakeholders. Then you would list the set of viewpoints that are addressing the stakeholder concerns and share these with them.
  • B. You first priority is to communicate with the regional carrier stakeholders developing a Communications Plan to share main features and discuss opportunities with them.
  • C. You conduct a pilot proof of concept during Phase A to demonstrate the technical feasibility to the stakeholders explaining the approach available from your preferred suppliers.
  • D. You identify all the main stakeholders on both the acquired carrier and the rest of the enterprise. Using a stakeholder map, you classify and record their power in relation to this activity. You then focus on implementing the relevant viewpoints that can address the concerns of every main stakeholder identified in the stakeholders map.


Answer : D

McKinley Rockets is an enterprise that employs 20,000 men and women in five countries: UK, Italy, France, Spain and the Netherlands and its mission is to guarantee access to space offering space transportation, launch and management of satellite systems at low cost.
A TOGAF 9 mature Enterprise Architecture program is already established within the enterprise. McKinley Rockets strategy is to leverage in the USA shortage of satellite launches availability - that NASA created because of the Shuttle program shutdown - by acquiring an important merican space agency. This will ultimately allow McKinley Rockets to offer its services to the US market. The new acquired company NovaSpace is very successful but with outdated satellite monitoring systems. The CIO is sponsoring an activity to extend the McKinley Rockets' satellite monitoring applications to include the NovaSpace's satellites flock.
A task force of enterprise architects prepared an Architecture Vision and secured the approval. The Architecture Board decided to approve the vision, provided that the Design Definition Document is presented for review at phase D conclusion.
The Chief Architect asked you as Lead Integration Architect to use TOGAF 9 to recommend the best approach to design the Full Architecture and present it to the
Architecture Board.
Identify the best answer accordingly to the TOGAF 9 guidelines.
Choose one of the following answers

  • A. You start with the Business Architecture and then address Technology, Application and Data domains. For every domain you select the relevant reference models, viewpoints, and tools. You develop a Target and Baseline Architecture Descriptions. Then perform Gap Analysis, resolve impacts across the Architecture Landscape and update the roadmap. Finally update the Architecture Definition Document.
  • B. You start with the Business Architecture and then address Data, Application and Technology domains. You then Confirm management framework interactions for the Implementation and Migration Plan, Prioritize the migration projects through the conduct of a cost/benefit assessment and risk validation. Then perform Gap Analysis and update the Architecture Definition Document.
  • C. You start with the Business Architecture and then address Data, Application and Technology domains. For every domain you select the relevant reference models, viewpoints, and tools. You develop a Baseline and Target Architecture. Then perform Gap Analysis, assess the roadmap impacts and finally update the Architecture Definition Document.
  • D. You start with the Business Architecture and then address Data, Application and Technology domains. For every domain you develop a Baseline and Target Architecture. Then perform Gap Analysis and update the Architecture Definition Document.


Answer : C

Chiamin Metals is a leading world-wide manufacturer for continuous casting and bottom pouring powders. In addition to mould powders, the company also produces cored wire for secondary metallurgy. Chiamin Metals offers a variety of products and uses a paper-based catalog to sponsor them. A new CIO has joint the enterprise and has set up a team of Enterprise Architects following the TOGAF 9 practice. The main challenge is now to offer to Chiamin Metals customers a centralized and reliable entry point for their request via the implementation of a global online portal. This will allow the management of new marketing activities and will enable the new Chiamin Metals' ecommerce service.
You are the Chief Architect and the CIO asked you to present an Architecture Vision to address the above business problem. Identify the best answer accordingly to the TOGAF 9.
Choose one of the following answers

  • A. You identify key stakeholders, their concerns, and define the key business requirements to be addressed in the architecture engagement and generate a Stakeholder Map. You Evaluate business capabilities and execute a Business Transformation Readiness Assessment. You apply the Business Scenarios technique to create a high-level view of the Baseline and Target Architectures also based on the stakeholder concerns, business capability requirements, scope, constraints, and principles.
  • B. As requested by the CIO you focus on the Architecture Vision documentation and apply the Business Scenarios technique to create a high-level view of the Baseline and Target Architectures also based on the stakeholder concerns, business capability requirements, scope, constraints, and principles.
  • C. You create a high-level view of the Target Architectures and then present them to the CIO.
  • D. As requested by the CIO you focus on the Architecture Vision and create a detailed view of the Baseline Architectures. This is done for Business, Data, Application and Technology domains and then presented to the CIO using the Architecture Definition Document.


Answer : A

UTrack Transports is a strong UK logistics company. The head of the strategic marketing division engaged the Principal Architect issuing a Request for architectural work to design an enhancement of the current Enterprise Data Warehouse system. An enhancement is needed to support the change in the business model; UTrack wants to leverage on customer data collected during business as usual activities and anonymize them to offer marketing agencies a fresh and accessible source of analytics data, this will increase the company revenues.
TOGAF 9 is the architectural framework in use.
Refer to the scenario above The Principal Architect has decided to ask you as Business Intelligence Subject Matter Expert to design the Data Architecture. The
Chief Architect shared with you the Architecture Definition Document including the Business Architecture design. You now need to choose the artifacts you want to produce as part of the Data Architecture design. Identify the best answer accordingly to the TOGAF 9.
Choose one of the following answers

  • A. You first list the data used across the enterprise using a Data Entity/Data Component Catalog, including data entities and also the data components where data entities are stored. You then classify what the data source are and the relationship with the data entities via a System/Data Matrix. You finally identify common data requirements using a Data Lifecycle Diagram.
  • B. You first list the data used across the enterprise using a Data Entity/Data Component Matrix, including data entities and also the data components where data entities are stored. You then classify what the data source are and the relationship with the data entities via a Role/System Catalog. You finally identify common data requirements using a Data Use Case Diagram.
  • C. You first list the data used across the enterprise using a Data Entity/Data Component Catalog, including data entities and also the data components where data entities are stored. You then classify what the data source are and the relationship with the data entities via a System/Data Matrix.
  • D. You first list the data used across the enterprise using a Data Entity/Data Component Catalog, including data entities and also the data components where data entities are stored. You then assign ownership of data entities to the organization via a System/Data Matrix.


Answer : A

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