TheOpenArch Blog Archive


  • Tips for a Quick and Cheap TOGAF Certification: “Work Smarter, Not Harder” ― Allan H. Mogensen For over 8 years the TheOpenArch has been offering the TOGAF® exam simulator with over 1 Million tests run on this platform for Free. Today,  we are helping you even more with your TOGAF® 9.2 exam preparation.  We believe that TOGAF is a very important tool for an Enterprise Architect and it should be thoroughly studied and fully understood. Read More
  • Frameworks for Resilent Cloud Solutions: “Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” ― Confucius Migrating to the cloud is now common practice, but how can you make your cloud applications resilient to failure?  We’ve analysed a few frameworks that provide Architecture Best Practice for Cloud Solutions and listed here their core principles. Among the most popular ones, Microsoft and AWS “Well-Architected Frameworks” set out in detail how to successfully architect cloud solutions.  Read More
  • Breaking-down Silos with Digital Transformation: Read More
  • Transforming relationships into revenues: “All it takes is hearing one too many times ‘Where are the good leads?’ from sales and ‘You don’t follow up on everything’ from marketing to know there’s an opportunity for better alignment.”   — Greg Forrest, Sr. Manager, Marketing Operations & Demand Center, Concur Social selling on social platforms like LinkedIn have remodelled the traditional sales funnel, the impact has been so huge that businesses have scaled their enterprises from the Read More

The best approach to quality management of design deliverables is to use a framework for Design & Delivery Assurance that produces a measurable set of assurance reports on a periodic basis. The quality is assessed against a set of design artefacts and ensuring a comprehensive set of quality assurance checklists have been implemented and that change requests are being assessed.


In this article we outline best practice on what constitutes a high quality E2E solution design.


Edge computing places content, data and processing closer to the applications, things and users that consume and interact with them. Edge computing complements legacy clouds. Technology leaders must be ready for this new edge revolution. In this article, we will explore… • What edge computing is, and which technologies help shape it • How edge computing can be beneficial • What the future holds for the edge and the cloud


There is nothing more important right now, than being able to keep the level of service required to support remote working. As an organisation matures, it inevitably becomes necessary to integrate its ITSM system with another, such as that of a vendor or a customer. This type of integration is known as eBonding, and allows for the seamless exchange of Incident, Change, Problem, and Service Request information.