Solution Architecture – Dublin, Ireland
April 29 @ 9:00 am - May 2 @ 5:00 pm UTC+1
CITA-A Solution Architect Course
Course Aims and Objectives
A Solutions Architect is an expert in many categories. They should have hands-on experience in multiple industries and across several disciplines. They can master a variety of hardware platforms including mainframes, distributed platforms, desktops, and mobile devices. Akin to that, they should also possess skill and understanding of a variety of Operating Systems. A broad and deep understanding of Databases is also required.
The Iasa Solutions Architect training develops an architect’s skills to effectively function as a project delivery architect for midsize to large projects using common techniques and procedures.
Format and Procedures
Each day the course instructor will guide students through understanding the deliverables and strategy for Solution architects as well as the recommended best practices for delivering a solution architecture of value. Students will progress through instructor and student led discussions, hands-on workshops, and industry case studies. Develop solution architecture for midsize to large projects.
- Understand the 4 primary aspects of solution architecture and work with critical stakeholders to deliver them
- Function within the team throughout project life cycles to ensure appropriate technology strategy delivery
- Deliver solutions regularly based on sound value management techniques
- Manage stakeholders and key team members expectations and communications strategy
Minimum: Knowledge of the IT Body of Knowledge (ITABoK) – Downloadable materials included in membership (separate registration is required). Business Technology Strategy pre-work materials included if registering as an individual online (Corporate plans may differ).
Recommended: CITA-Foundation Certification
Has hands-on experience in multiple industries and across several disciplines. Possess skill and understanding of a variety of Operating Systems. A broad and deep understanding of Databases is also required.
The CITA-A credential is awarded to those who qualify based on a combination of criteria including education, experience and test-based examination of professional knowledge of architectural skills and management.
The CITA-A exam for the solution architect specialization is based on curriculum from this course and the Iasa Associate Business Technology Strategy training course. The exam consists of 100 multiple choice and true/false questions deployed in an online environment.
Students will be given 14 days to enter the exam after completing an associate course and 3 hours to complete the exam once entered. A passing grade is 70%.