The course covers stakeholder identification, including identifying the stakeholder viewpoints. It covers the concept of architecturally significant that drives the architecture artifacts, including system process models, system use cases, change cases, and architecture requirements. The course material and techniques are based on industry best practices such as 4+1 architecture, business-driven architecture, and requirements-driven architecture. The course includes hands-on labs related to core architecture skills such as developing non-functional requirements, developing architecture views, using architecture patterns, and performing architecture reviews.
By taking this training, the architect should be able to:
- Work with business use cases and requirements to identify architecturally significant requirements
- Define architecture to fulfill the requirements, ensuring that it is traceable, verifiable, and measurable
- Communicate the architecture to technical teams for implementation, use and ongoing support
- Demonstrate the value of the architecture to the business
- Identify and apply appropriate techniques to build momentum in the rapid delivery of successful solutions
Solution Architects new to SA