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TOGAF 9 Part 2

TOGAF 9 Part 2

75 Questions
TOGAF 9 Part 1

TOGAF 9 Part 1

294 Questions

About the open group

The Open Group is a global consortium established in 1996 that develops "open, vendor-neutral technology standards and certifications." and seeks to "enable the achievement of business objectives" It has over 800 member organizations all over the world. The Open Group provides several different services, including strategy, innovation and research, standards, certification, management, and test development. The consortium was founded when two organizations, X/Open, and the Open Software Foundation, merged. The Open Group publishes the Single UNIX Specification technical standard, which extends the POSIX standards. It is also the certifying body for the UNIX trademark. It also develops and manages the TOGAF standard. The TOGAF standard is an industry-standard enterprise architecture framework. The Open Group has its headquarters in San Francisco and has corporate offices in Boston, Reading UK, Brazil, Berkshire UK, Shanghai, Mumbai, etc. It is a vast enterprise that serves worldwide. Steve Nunn is the current President and CEO of The Open Group. The member organizations of The Open Group, which number over eight hundred, include various technology vendors, buyers, and government agencies. Some of The Open Group members include billion-dollar technology enterprises like Capgemini, Fujitsu, HPE, IBM, Orbus Software, Philips, Huawei, etc., and government agencies like the US Department of Defense, NASA, etc. 

The vision of The Open Group is a Boundaryless Information Flow that is achieved through global interoperability in a safe, reliable, and timely manner. To achieve its vision, The Open Group performs its mission to drive the Boundaryless Information Flow through various means. These means include working with customers to capture, understand, and address current and emerging requirements, establish shared best practices and policies, and work with suppliers, consortia, and other standards bodies for the development of consensus and facilitation of interoperability. Furthermore, it also involves evolving and integrating specifications and open-source technologies, making industry-standard certification programs, and encouraging the use of certified products.

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