Wednesday, November 30, 2011

IT Environment



IT Environment



Key 

Skill Class Type (sub-type of the Skill Class Name 

Demonstrates activities in the skill class.

 Skill Class Name

 Skill Class Type Sub-class

Foundation1 Awareness 
Associate2 Basic Information Demonstration

3 Individualized Knowledge
         4 Practice
Professional5 Delivery

6 Connectivity of Ideas

7 Enterprise Level Leadership 
Master                     8 Industry Mentorship

9 Research

10 Industry Leadership




Serial ID

 Architecture Class Name

Architecture Class Description

Self Assessment Score

 1.IT Environment IntroductionThis skill proves the students  has the key elements in principle and applied expertise.  The student must ascertain the organizations maturity and solution maturity with an organization.  7
2.Technical Project Management CapabilitiesThis skill proves a students role in Project Management specific to an IT Project or Program. Understanding the existing deployed solutions (and the limitations of those solutions) in developing the future state capabilities required by new solutions and balancing the cost of the new solution against the overall goals and timelines of the organization.  The student will be expected to demonstrate understanding of the factors involved in estimating solutions and their cost and cost tracking methods and tactics.9
3. Asset ManagementThis skills proves the students understanding of developing and deploying a solution designed to manage the intellectual property of solutions and architectural components within the IT Environment.  9
4.Change Management This skill proves the students ability to apply a deep understanding of the vital nature of designing and utilizing effective change management processes and the critical role change control plays on quality operational design. 10
5.Application DevelopmentThis skill ensures a student has attained the ability to define and describe the varying approaches to application development and will include COTS Package implementation and infrastructure upgrades.   The functions of opportunity definition, preliminary analysis, software development and overall managing of the development environment and process will be covered.  The students ability to apply different project types (waterfall, iterative and incremental).  The ability to articulate the different levels of formality across the different methods.7
7.GovernanceThe skills define the decision-making environment within an organization and the importance of having clearly defined roles and responsibilities relative to oversight of projects, processes, and products.  Students will be expected to show competence in designing solutions that achieve regulatory goals and objectives and allow for guidance and oversight that continuously track to the needs of the business.  10
8.Testing Methods, Tools, and TechniquesThis skill details the best practices in testing theory, techniques and tools.  Students will be expected to demonstrate competence in the scientific method and important testing techniques.8
9.Platforms and FrameworksThe skill provides the architect with a working knowledge of primary platforms and frameworks used throughout the public and private sectors.  Emphasis will be put on the architectural qualities and not on specific platforms.  Architects Must understand how they relate each other and will be given opportunities and tools to evaluate frameworks against each other in specific and different contexts.  9

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