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TOGAF Series Guides

The TOGAF® Series Guides contain detailed guidance on how to use the TOGAF framework, and are expected to be the most rapidly developing part of the TOGAF documentation set. While the TOGAF framework documented in the standard is expected to be long-lived and stable, guidance on the use of the TOGAF framework can be industry, architectural style, purpose, and problem-specific.

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  1. TOGAF® Series Guide: Using the TOGAF® Framework to Define and Govern Service-Oriented Architectures

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It provides guidance on how the architect can use the TOGAF 9.1 standard to develop, manage, and govern Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).
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  2. TOGAF® Series Guide: The TOGAF® Technical Reference Model (TRM)

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It describes the TOGAF Technical Reference Model (TRM), including the core taxonomy, graphical representation, and the detailed platform taxonomy.
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  3. TOGAF® Series Guide: Business Scenarios

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It describes the Business Scenarios method, which is a technique to validate, elaborate, and/or change the premise behind an architecture effort by understanding and documenting the key elements of a Business Scenario in successive iterations.
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  4. TOGAF® Series Guide: Value Streams

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It addresses how to identify, define, model, and map a value stream to other key components of an enterprise’s Business Architecture.
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  5. TOGAF® Series Guide: The TOGAF Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (III-RM): An Architected Approach to Boundaryless Information Flow™

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It addresses the TOGAF Integrated Information Infrastructure Reference Model (III-RM) in terms of its concepts, an overview, and its detailed taxonomy.
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  6. TOGAF® Series Guide: The TOGAF® Leader’s Guide to Establishing and Evolving an EA Capability

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It puts forward advice on establishing an Enterprise Architecture (EA) Capability that aligns to a set of requirements and expectations specific to each enterprise.
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  7. TOGAF® Series Guide: A Practitioners’ Approach to Developing Enterprise Architecture Following the TOGAF® ADM

    This is a TOGAF® Series Guide. It puts forward an approach to develop, maintain, and use an Enterprise Architecture that aligns to a set of requirements and expectations of the stakeholders and enables predictable value creation.
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