The Solution Architect is an expert in many categories. They have hands-on experience in multiple industries and across several disciplines.
They have mastered a variety of hardware platforms including mainframes, distributed platforms, desktops, and mobile devices. They also possess skill and understanding of a variety operating systems. A broad and deep understanding of databases is also required. Solution Architects decide which technologies to use and work very closely with developers to ensure proper implementation. They are the link between the needs of the organisations and the developers and communications expert to stakeholders.
The Iasa Solution Architecture training develops an architect’s skills to effectively function as a project delivery architect for midsize to large projects using common techniques and procedures.
Duration: 4 Days
Prerequisites: CITA-F certification (highly recommended), Iasa Associate – Business Technology Strategy certification (mandatory)
Certification: CITA-A Certified Information Technology Architect – Associate level, by Iasa
Assessment: CITA-A certification consists of two exams: BTS and Specialisation. The Solution Specialisation exam is made up of 100 multiple-choice questions to be proctored on the fourth day of this class. The passing grade is 70%.
The participant shall become competent in:
- Functioning as project delivery architect using common, proven techniques and procedures.
- Establishment solution architecture for midsize to large projects.
- Understanding the 4 primary aspects of solution architecture and work with critical stakeholders to deliver them.
- Functioning within the team throughout project lifecycles to ensure appropriate technology strategy delivery.
- Development and delivery of solutions and communication strategies based on sound value management techniques.
- Managing the expectations of stakeholders and key team members.
- Presales Consultants
- Solution Specialists, Solution Consultants
- Strategy Consultants
- Corporate Strategists
- Team Leaders
- IT Managers, IT Directors
- Junior and Associate Solution Architects
- Technical Decision Makers
- IT Management team members