Information Technology

Architecture for Agile Solution Delivery

Course Code: 01-05-T923

What is architecture? How does software architecture relate to building architecture? Working in teams and determining needs of the business can sometimes be hard to determine through communication. This class is designed to help to set up the non-architect with the information that will provide understanding and help to bridge the gaps in the communication between the different disciplines that make up a team.

Finding agile solutions in a technical world and delivering technology in projects can be difficult to find the right understanding. This is the recommended first class of the Technical Solutions Delivery Certificate that provides an overview of understanding that will help in the communication of projects and working relationships.

Class format includes lecture, hands-on exercises, and real world examples.

Performance Objectives: Upon completion of this class, you should be able to:

  • Recognize patterns for software engineering
  • Identify and understand Use Cases, Requirement and Features
  • Recognize computer programs, websites and services in the architecture
  • Outline programming and testing of architecture
  • Define documentation and communication in architecture

Competencies Covered in this course: Overall review of technical structure

Intended Audience: This course is ideal for anyone, but especially communications professionals, who are involved in the conception. This class is aimed at non IT professionals to gain an understanding with the IT world.

Recommended Prerequisite: To be successful in this course, you should be familiar with using personal computers, the mouse and keyboard. You should be able to use Windows to launch and close programs; navigate to information stored on the computer; and manage files and folders.