New to architecture - book recommendation

henders254henders254 Registered Users Posts: 4 ■□□□□□□□□□

After 14+ years as a unix admin at a very senior level, I'm moving on to infrastructure architecture. But I don't have any exposure/ experience in architecture. My new employer said I'd enjoy studying TOGAF as it's very interesting. I'm keen on doing TOGAF part 1.

Wondering what books should I buy to dip my toes into architecture. I can afford to buy 2-3 books but would like to get away with just one. I was looking to buy the Opengroup's book TOGAF version 9.1 (https://www.opengroup.org/togaf).

I prefer not to read books on the computer, hence prefer Kindle or physical book.

I'd be keen to do some free MOOCs etc. if it's good.

Thanks for any recommendation/ suggestion.
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