Introduction to DoDAF Training

Introduction to DoDAF Training

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Introduction to DoDAF Training Course Description

DoDAF, short for the Department of Defense Architecture Framework, is an architecture structure for the United States Department of Defense that offers framework to a particular stakeholder concern concluded from viewpoints organized by divers views.

DoDAF states a series of views that perform as visualizing tools, understanding, and integrating the wide range of scope and difficulties of an architecture description across tables, structures, behaviors, pictures, sequences, or graphs. DoDAF is in particular useful in large systems containing complicated integration and interoperability difficulties. DoDAF by far is the most effective tool in operational views that specify the external customer’s operating domain where the developing system will run.

This introduction to DoDAF training course provides comprehensive information about the concepts, background, principals, and techniques of DoDAF. The DoDAF training course covers:

» Basics of DoDAF and Architecture Frameworks
» DoDAF 1.5
» DoDAF 2.02

Duration: 3 days

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After completing this Introduction to DoDAF Training course, attendees will be able to:

• Understand and discuss the principals and concepts of DoDAF
• Discuss the framework of DoDAF
• Deal with the issues associated with DoDAF
• Generate DoDAF views
• Understand and explain the DoDAF terminology and notation
• Discuss an architectural structure
• Understand the importance of the Unified Profile for DoDAF
• Understand the fundamental concepts of EA
• Discuss how to construct an EA
• Deal with the difficulties and issues of EA
• Identify the requirements specific to their own organization
• Understand the standards and guidelines of DoDAF
• Describe the DoDAF products
• Understand what it means to create Fit for Purpose architectures
• Understand the future of the DoDAF
• Understand the DoDAF vision
• Discuss the DoDAF resources
• Articulate the relationship of DoDAF with other architectural frameworks
• Explain the architecture development methodologies
• Understand the DM2-DoDAF Metal-Model

Introduction to DoDAF Training – Course Syllabus:

Overview
◾DoDAF definition
◾DoDAF terminology and notation
◾Purpose of DoDAF
◾DoDAF goals
◾DoDAF mission and applications
◾History
◾DoD Conformance
◾DoDAF‐described Models
◾Fit‐for‐Purpose Views
◾DM2
◾SOA
◾DoDAF Journal
◾DoDAF Versions
◾Enterprise Architecture (EA) definition
◾Methods of architectures
◾Different architecture frameworks

Enterprise Architecture (EA)
◾Components of EA
◾Background of EA
◾EA key activities
◾Foundation of modern architecting
◾How to use DoDAF in the EA

Version 1.5 View
◾All View (AV)
◾AV-1 Overview and Summary Information
◾AV-2 Integrated Dictionary
◾Operational View (OV)
◾Tasks and activities
◾Operational components
◾Information exchanges required
◾Systems View
◾Technical Standard View (TV)

All View (AV)
◾AV 1
◾Scope and purpose
◾Applicants
◾Portraying environment
◾Analytical results
◾AV2
◾Definitions
◾Terminology

Operational View (OV)
◾OV1- High Level Operational Concept
◾Graphical and textural description
◾OV2- Operational Node Connectivity
◾Facilitating the flow of information between senders and receivers
◾OV3- Operational Information Exchange
◾Media, quality, quantity, and interoperability
◾OV4- Organizational Relationships Chart
◾OV5- Operational Activity Model
◾Activities, input/output
◾Costs, performing nodes
◾OV6a- Operational Rules Model
◾OV6b- Operational State Transition
◾OV6c-Operational Event-Trace
◾OV7- Logical Data Model
◾Corresponds to DIV-2 in DoDAF V2.0

Systems View
◾SV1- Interface
◾SV2- Communications
◾SV3- Systems-Systems, Services-Systems, Services-Services Matrices
◾SV4a- systems Functionality
◾SV4b- Services Functionality
◾SV5a, SV5b, SV5c- Operational Activity to Systems Function, Operational Activity to Systems and Services Traceability Matrices
◾SV6- Data Exchange
◾SV7- Performance Parameters
◾SV8- Evolution
◾SV9- Technology Forecast
◾SV10a- Rules Model
◾SV10b- State Transition
◾SV10c- Event-Trace
◾SV11- Physical Schema

Technical Standard Views
◾TV1- Profile
◾Corresponds to StdV-1 in DoDAF 2.0
◾TV2- Forecast
◾Corresponds to StdV-2 in DoDAF 2.0

DoDAF 2.0 Viewpoints
◾All Viewpoint (AV)
◾AV1-Overview
◾AV2-Integrated Dictionary
◾Capability Viewpoint (CV)
◾CV-1 Vision
◾CV-2 Capability Taxonomy
◾CV-3 Capability Phasing
◾CV-4 Capability Dependencies
◾CV-5 Capability to Organizational Development Mapping
◾CV-6 Capability to Operational Activities Mapping
◾CV-7 Capability to Services Mapping
◾Data and Information Viewpoint (DIV)
◾DIV1-Conceptual Data Model
◾DIV2-Logical Data Model
◾DIV3-Physical Data Model
◾Operational Viewpoint (OV)
◾OV-1 High-Level Operational Concept Graphic
◾OV-2 Operational Resource Flow Description
◾OV-3 Operational Resource Flow Matrix
◾OV-4 Organizational Relationships Chart
◾OV-5a Operational Activity Decomposition Tree
◾OV-5b Operational Activity Model
◾OV-6a Operational Rules Model
◾OV-6b State Transition Description
◾OV-6c Event-Trace Description
◾Project Viewpoint (PV)
◾PV-1 Project Portfolio Relationships
◾PV-2 Project Timelines
◾PV-3 Project to Capability Mapping
◾Services Viewpoint (SvcV)
◾SvcV-1 Services Context Description
◾SvcV-2 Services Resource Flow Description
◾SvcV-3a Systems-Services Matrix
◾SvcV-3b Services-Services Matrix
◾SvcV-4 Services Functionality Description
◾SvcV-5 Operational Activity to Services Traceability Matrix
◾SvcV-6 Services Resource Flow Matrix
◾SvcV-7 Services Measures Matrix
◾SvcV-8 Services Evolution Description
◾SvcV-9 Services Technology & Skills Forecast
◾SvcV-10a Services Rules Model
◾SvcV-10b Services State Transition Description
◾SvcV-10c Services Event-Trace Description
◾Standards Viewpoint (StdV)
◾StdV-1 Standards Profile
◾StdV-2 Standards Forecast
◾System Viewpoint (SV)
◾SV-1 Systems Interface Description
◾SV-2 Systems Resource Flow Description
◾SV-3 Systems-Systems Matrix
◾SV-4 Systems Functionality Description
◾SV-5a Operational Activity to Systems Function Traceability Matrix
◾SV-5b Operational Activity to Systems Traceability Matrix
◾SV-6 Systems Resource Flow Matrix
◾SV-7 Systems Measures Matrix
◾SV-8 Systems Evolution Description
◾SV-9 Systems Technology & Skills Forecast
◾SV-10a Systems Rules Model
◾SV-10b Systems State Transition Description
◾SV-10c Systems Event-Trace Description

DoDAF 2.0 Background
◾Federal Law and policies
◾Historical evolution
◾Need for change

DoDAF 2.0 Vision
◾Vision statement
◾Purpose and scope of the DoDAF 2.0
◾Developing Architectures
◾Enterprise Architecture
◾Solution Architecture
◾Maintaining and Managing Architectures
◾Using Architectures
◾What do managers should know about the DoDAF 2.0
◾Active Involvement of the Decision Maker
◾Decision Maker’s functions to perform
◾Guidelines
◾Customer requirements
◾Key decision support processes
◾Joint capability incorporation and development system
◾Defense acquisition system
◾Systems Engineering
◾Planning, programming, budgeting and execution
◾Portfolio management
◾Operations
◾Net‐centric Incorporation
◾Information sharing
◾DM2 support for viewpoints and the key processes

DoDAF 2.0 Guidelines
◾DoDAF Development Guidelines
◾Guiding Principles
◾Focus
◾Efficiency
◾Clarity
◾Comparability
◾Integration of Data
◾Data‐Centricity
◾Tool‐Agnostic
◾Reusability
◾Net‐Centricity
◾Multiple techniques and tools
◾Analysis
◾Essential toolkit characteristics
◾Adjusting architecture to customers’ needs
◾7sub‐bullets

Architectural Resources
◾DoD IEA
◾DARS
◾DITPR
◾DISR
◾JCPAT
◾JCSFL
◾KM/DS
◾Metadata Registry
◾NAERG
◾Service Registry
◾UJTL

DoDAF 2.0 vs. DoDAF 1.5
◾Product vs models
◾Views vs viewpoints
◾Systems differences
◾Department initiatives for Architecture Federation and Tiered Responsibility
◾Requirements and standards for data sharing
◾Federal Enterprise Architecture description
◾MODAF, NATO, NAF, TOGAF
◾DM2 containing CDM, LDM, and PES
◾SOA approaches
◾Focus differences of the Architecture Development Process
◾Difference in Nodes

DoDAF 2.0 Relationships to Other Frameworks and References
◾Frameworks
◾Federal Enterprise Architecture Program
◾The Zachman Framework
◾The Open Group Architecture Framework
◾The Ministry of Defense Architecture Framework
◾NATO Architecture Framework
◾Reference
◾DoD Information EA
◾DoD Business EA
◾DOD Global information grid EA

Hands-On Workshop Sample
◾Effective framework design examples
◾Practice with real case studies
◾Solving real life problem samples
◾Developing DoDAF

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