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Q91. Which of the following best describes a purpose of the Business Scenarios technique? 

A. To catch errors in a project architecture early 

B. To guide decision making throughout the enterprise 

C. To help identify and understand requirements 

D. To highlight shortfalls between the baseline and target architectures 

E. To mitigate risk when implementing an architecture project 

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Q92. Which of the following best describes the purpose of the Statement of Architecture Work? 

A. It contains an assessment of the current architecture requirements 

B. It defines the scope and approach to complete an architecture project 

C. It is sent from the sponsor and triggers the start of an architecture development cycle 

D. It provides a high-level aspirational view of the end architecture project 

E. It provides a schedule for implementation of the target architecture 

Answer:

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Q93. Scenario 

Please read this scenario prior to answering the question Your role is that of the Lead Architect working for a government agency responsible for immigration, customs, and border control. The agency was formed by consolidating several smaller government agencies. The agency has established an Enterprise Architecture practice based on TOGAF 9. The CIO is the executive sponsor and has appointed an EA steering team to oversee the practice. 

There has been a considerable increase in security requirements and immigration service requests in recent years, which have expanded the scope and size of the operations of the agency. As a result, the existing Information Technology architecture no longer meets the required service levels. A significant Enterprise Architecture (EA) initiative is in progress with the opal to improve customer responsiveness and satisfaction, and improve the overall operational efficiency of the agency. 

The current EA staff members were internal appointments based on a request from the EA steering team to supply a number of suitable individuals for the EA effort. Collectively, they possess a broad range of IT and business analysis skills. However, the CIO has expressed concern about the diverse range of experience within the team. There is concern that the EA staff may be lacking in some of the critical skills that are required to properly conduct EA activities. It had been assumed that any EA-related skill gaps would be overcome by on-the-job mentoring from the senior members of the EA staff. Each architect was expected to attend a TOGAF training course and participate in other skill development activities. 

A recent review of the EA program revealed that many EA staff members, despite attending multi-day training courses, were not proficient in analyzing or creating the models and artifacts required for their assigned architecture projects. Stakeholders have observed errors and inconsistencies in artifacts and deliverables being submitted for review. 

Refer to the Scenario 

The CIO has asked you to recommend a professional development plan for the EA staff in order to address the findings raised in the recent review. 

Based on TOGAF, which of the following is the best answer? 

A. You recommend that a comprehensive evaluation of key team leader skills be made using the TOGAF Architecture Skills Framework. Based on the evaluations, you will recommend the necessary staff changes. This will ensure that the team leaders have the necessary skills and experience for the architecture tasks within the agency. The role and skill categories defined in the TOGAF Architecture Skills Framework should then be shared with the department leaders so that in the future, they can make more informed choices when providing internal candidates for the EA team. 

B. You recommend that an architecture maturity assessment should be conducted. This will identify the practices on which the agency should focus to see the greatest improvement and ensure that the basic enterprise architecture process is documented. As part of the assessment, all of the team leaders should be interviewed and their qualifications assessed. In order to rectify areas of low proficiency, they are expected to attend additional EA training courses. When the team leaders have achieved the desired levels of proficiency, they should apply a similar process for their staff members. 

C. You recommend that you work with the EA steering team to adapt the TOGAF Architecture Skills Framework for use within the architecture practice at the agency. The categories of architecture roles, the required skills for each role and the desired level of proficiency for each role and skill will be defined by this framework. Each team member, or prospective team member, can then be evaluated for suitability against these roles and skills. Staffing and training adjustments can then be made as necessary to close gaps that are discovered. 

D. You recommend that to address the issues identified in the review, the experienced team leaders should mentor the junior team members. At the same time additional training should be provided. Since it is now known that some models are improperly defined and may have caused cascading errors in other parts of the architecture, you recommend an iteration of the Migration Planning phase occur, so as to develop a coordinated transition to a new baseline using the last known good architecture. Once the artifacts are consistent and correct, these can be applied to this new baseline. 

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Q94. Scenario 

Please read this scenario prior to answering the Question 

You are serving as the Lead Architect for the enterprise architecture team at a large multinational aerospace and defense company. The company has grown rapidly by acquisition and has inherited numerous different procurement processes and related IT systems. Several procurement processes have had problems related to the timing of purchases, which has led to excess inventory. The Vice President in charge of Supply Chain Management has made the decision to consolidate and reduce redundant procurement processes and systems. The company will move to a "Just-in-time" procurement system so as to keep inventory costs low. 

TOGAF 9 is used for internal Enterprise Architecture activities. This project is using an iterative approach for executing the Architecture Development Method (ADM). 

At present, there are no particularly useful architectural assets in the Architecture Repository that are related to this initiative. All assets will need to be acquired, customized, or created from scratch. The company prefers to implement commercial off the shelf package applications with little customization. The CIO, who is the project sponsor, has stated that she is not concerned about preserving the existing procurement processes or systems. 

The architecture development project has completed the Preliminary Phase and has started a number of iteration cycles to develop the Architecture. As a packaged application is being considered, the next iteration will include both the Business and Application Architectures. Key stakeholder concerns that should be addressed by these architectures include: 

1. What groups of people should be involved in procurement-related business processes? 

2. What are the overall lifetimes of the Request for Proposal and Purchase Order business objects? 

3. What non-procurement applications will need to be integrated with any new procurement applications? 

Refer to the Scenario 

[Note: You may need to refer to Chapter 35 of the reference text in order to answer this question.] You have been asked to identify the most appropriate catalogs, matrices, and diagrams to support the next iteration of Architecture development. 

Based on TOGAF, which of the following is the best answer? 

A. In the next iteration of Architecture development, you would describe the Baseline Business Architecture with a Business Service/Function catalog, an Organization/Actor catalog, and a Data EntityyBusiness Function matrix. You would describe the Baseline Application Architecture with an Application/Function matrix. 

B. In the next iteration of Architecture development, you would describe the Target Business Architecture with a Business ServiceyFunction catalog, an Organization/Actor catalog, and Data Lifecycle diagrams. You would describe the Target Application Architecture with Application Communication diagrams and an Application Interaction matrix. 

C. In the next iteration of Architecture development, you would describe the Target Business Architecture with a Business Service/Function catalog, a Business Interaction matrix, and Product Lifecycle diagrams. You would describe the Target Application Architecture with Application Communication diagrams and an Application Interaction matrix. 

D. In the next iteration of Architecture development, you would describe the Baseline Business Architecture with a Baseline Business Process catalog, and an Object lifecycle catalog. You would describe the Baseline Application Architecture with a Technology Portfolio catalog. 

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Explanation: Figure 35-3 Artifacts Associated with the Core Content Metamodel and Extensions 


Q95. Which of the following types of architecture defines technology standards for building blocks and provides direction for products and services? 

A. Common Systems Architecture 

B. Foundation Architecture 

C. Industry Architecture 

D. Organization-Specific Architecture 

E. Transition Architecture 

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Q96. Which of the following does the TOGAF ADM recommend for use in developing the Architecture Vision? 

A. Architecture Principles 

B. Business Scenarios 

C. Interoperability Analysis 

D. Migration Planning Techniques 

E. Risk Management Techniques 

Answer:

Explanation: 


Q97. Complete the sentence. The TOGAF Architecture Governance Framework includes ________________. 

A. a list of responsibilities for running an Architecture Board 

B. a model for governance including process, content and context 

C. guidance for establishing an Architecture Capability using the ADM 

D. the Architecture Compliance review process and checklists 

Answer:

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Q98. In which ADM phase is the goal to ensure that the architecture achieves its original target business value? 

A. Phase E 

B. Phase F 

C. Phase G 

D. Phase H 

E. Preliminary Phase 

Answer:

Explanation: 


Q99. Scenario: 

Please read this scenario prior to answering the Question 

You have been assigned the role of Lead Enterprise Architect for a manufacturing firm that specializes in musical instruments. The firm has been established for over 100 years, operating in North America for most of that time. In the last ten years, the firm has expanded into European markets and will soon establish a market in Latin America. A future expansion into the Asia Pacific region is also planned. 

The firm is organized into several business units that each focus on manufacturing particular families of instruments such as brass, woodwind, and percussion. Each business unit has acquired other producers to expand its manufacturing capacity. This has resulted in a complex environment with a high diversity of business and manufacturing systems. 

The Enterprise Architecture (EA) program within the firm has been functioning for several years. It has made significant progress in consolidating the technology portfolio and establishing key standards. The CIO and the COO are pint sponsors of the EA program. The EA program is mature, with an active Architecture Board and a well-defined architecture process and standard content templates based on the TOGAF 9 Architecture Content Framework. The EA process framework is well coordinated with the PMO, Systems Development, and Operations functions. 

The firm has completed a strategic plan to reorganize its Sales & Marketing organization according to the four target geographic markets. One of the goals of this reorganization is to improve the ability of Marketing to collect more meaningful market analytics that will enable each sector to better address market needs with effective marketing campaigns and global product presence. 

A Request for Architecture Work to address the goals of the reorganization has been approved. As the architecture team commences its work, the CIO has expressed concerns about whether the firm will be able to adapt to the proposed architecture and how to manage the associated risks. 

Refer to the Scenario 

You have been asked how to address the concerns of the CIO. 

Based on TOGAF 9, which of the following is the best answer? 

A. In Phase B, the team should create a set of views that will enable them to identify the factors that will influence the successful introduction of the architecture into the organization. There should then be an assessment of each factor on a maturity scale that will allow the team to gauge the urgency, readiness, and degree of difficulty to fix. These factors can then be used to assess the initial risks associated with the proposed architecture. 

B. In Phase A the team should analyze their risk by completing an Implementation Factor Assessment and Deduction Matrix to identify the particular risks associated with the implementation and deployment. The matrix should include a list of factors to be considered, their descriptions, and constraints that should be taken into account. These factors can then used to assess the initial risks associated with the proposed architecture. 

C. In Phase A, the team should use the Business Transformation Readiness Assessment technique to identify the factors that will influence the successful introduction of the architecture into the organization. The assessment should include determining the readiness rating for each factor based on a maturity scale that will allow the team to gauge the urgency, readiness, and degree of difficulty to fix. These factors can then used to assess the initial risks associated with the proposed architecture. 

D. In Phase A, the team should conduct a Business Scenario to identify the stakeholders' concerns and the resulting retirements. Once the retirements have been identified, they can be assessed in terms of their risks. The risks should be evaluated in terms of how they could be avoided, transferred, or mitigated. Any risks that cannot be resolved should be identified as residual risks and their disposition should be decided by the Architecture Board. 

Answer:

Explanation: This scenario is upon Request for Architecture Work, which kicks off the Phase A, 

the Architecture Vision. In this phase, risk should be considered, which is also the CIO’s concern 

in this scenario. One of the approaches in TOGAF is the Business Transformation Readiness 

Assessment. 

Incorrect: 

Not B: Implementation Factor Assessment and Deduction Matrix is used for implementation & 

migration planning (not B). 


Q100. Which of the following describes an objective of Phase F: Migration Planning Phase? 

A. Develop a Target Technology Architecture 

B. Consolidate the Gap Analysis results from Phases B through D 

C. Generate and gain consensus on an initial Architecture Roadmap 

D. Coordinate the Implementation and Migration Plan with other frameworks 

E. Operate the governance framework and manage an architecture contract 

Answer:

Explanation: 



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