DODAF 2.02

Course information:

Monday, March 4, 2024 to Friday, March 8, 2024
Live Online
ET
English
No
Live Online
3050

Price:

$2,895.00

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About this course

The Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) is an architecture framework for the United States Department of Defense that provides structure for a specific stakeholder concern through viewpoints organized by various views. DoDAF defines a set of views that act as mechanisms for visualizing, understanding, and assimilating the broad scope and complexities of an architecture description through tabular, structural, behavioral, ontological, pictorial, temporal or graphical means. It is especially suited to large systems with complex integration and interoperability challenges, and is apparently unique in its use of operational views detailing the external customer’s operating domain in which the developing system will operate.

Course Overview This 5 day course gives our comprehensive methodology to create operational, technical, and systems architecture views and products consistent with the DoDAF and DoD procurement and acquisition guidelines. Students will apply DoDAF compliance concepts, models and principles to design their own compliant system

Intended Audience Everybody interested in the terms, concepts and practice of architecture. Especially software architects looking for a senior role.

Module 1 – Introduction to DoDAF v2.02
  • DoDAF v2.02 Overview
  • DoDAF v2.02 Purpose
  • DoDAF v2.02 Paradigm Shift
  • DoDAF v2.02 Responsibilities
  • DoDAF v2.02 Conformance
  • DoDAF v2.02 Law and Policy Supports
  • Module 1 Quiz
 
Module 2 – DoDAF Components
  • DoDAF v2.02 Terminology
  • DoDAF v2.02 Architectural Description Focus
  • DoDAF v2.02 DoDAF-Described Models Overview
  • DoDAF v2.02 Fit-for-Purpose Views
  • DoDAF MetaModel “DM2” Overview -DM2 CDM -DM2 LDM -DM2 PES
  • Module 2 Quiz
 
Module 3 – The Six Core Processes DoDAF Supports
  • Overview of Six Core Processes DoDAF Supports
  • Joint Capability Integration and Development System
  • Defense Acquisition System
  • Systems Engineering
  • Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE)
  • Portfolio Management
  • Operations
  • DoDAF V2.02 Meta-model Groups
  • Module 3 Quiz
 
Module 4 – Architecture Development DoDAF 6-Step Architecture Development Process Overview
  • Step 1: Determine Intended Use of Architecture
  • Step 2: Determine Scope of Architecture
  • Step 3: Determine Data Required to Support Architecture Development
  • Step 4: Collect, Organize, Correlate, and Store Architectural Data
  • Step 5: Conduct Analyses in Support of Architecture Objectives
  • Step 6: Document Results in Accordance with Decision-Maker Needs
  • Module 4 Quiz
 
Module 5 – DoD Enterprise Architecture
  • DoD EA Overview
  • DoD EA Purpose
  • DoD EA Components
  • Scoping DoD EA Architectures
  • Module 5 Quiz
 
Module 6 – Reference Architectures
  • Joint Capability Activities (JCAs)
  • Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA)
  • Federal Enterprise Architecture Reference Models PRM BRM DRM ARM IRM SRM
  • Universal Joint Task List (UJTL)
  • Module 6 Quiz
 
Module 7 –Modeling with DoDAF 2.02
  • Step 1: Determine Intended Use of Architecture AV-1: Overview and Summary Information
    • AV-1 Workbook Modeling Workbook Modeling Exercise CV-1: Vision
    • CV-1 Workbook Modeling Exercise
    • CV-2: Capability Taxonomy
    • CV-2 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • Module 7 Quiz
 
Module 8 – DoDAF Architectural Scope
  • Step 2: Determine Scope of Architecture OV-1: High-Level Operational Concept Graphic
    • OV-1 Workbook Modeling Exercise OV-2: Operational Resource Flow Description
    • OV-2 Workbook Modeling Exercise OV-4: Organizational Relationships Chart
    • OV-4 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • Module 8 Quiz
 
Module 9 – DoDAF Architectural Timeline
  • PV-1: Project Portfolio Relationships
    • PV-1 Workbook Modeling Exercise PV-2: Project Timelines
    • PV-2 Workbook Modeling Exercise PV-3: Project to Capability Mapping
    • PV-3 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • Module 9 Quiz
 
Module 10 – DoDAF Architectural Data and Standards
  • Step 3: Determine Data Required to Support Architecture Development DIV-1: Conceptual Data Model
    • DIV-1 Workbook Modeling Exercise DIV-2: Logical Data Model
    • DIV-2 Workbook Modeling Exercise DIV-3: Physical Data Model
    • DIV-3 Workbook Modeling Exercise StdV-1 Standards Profile
    • StdV-1 Workbook Modeling Exercise StdV-2 Standards Forecast
    • StdV-2 Workbook Modeling Exercise AV-2: Integrated Dictionary
    • AV-2 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • Module 10 Quiz
 
Module 11 – DoDAF Architectural Operations
  • Step 4: Collect, Organize, Correlate, and Store Architectural Data OV-5a: Operational Activity Decomposition Tree
    • OV-5a Workbook Modeling Exercise OV-5b: Operational Activity Model
    • OV-5b Workbook Modeling Exercise OV-3: Operational Resource Flow Matrix
    • OV-3 Workbook Modeling Exercise OV-6c: Event-Trace Description
    • OV-6c Workbook Modeling Exercise OV-6: Business Process Modeling Notation
    • OV-6 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • Module 11 Quiz
 
Module 12 – DoDAF Architectural Systems (Phase 1)
  • SV-1 Systems Interface Description
    • SV-1 Workbook Modeling Exercise SV-2 Systems Resource Flow Description
    • SV-2 Workbook Modeling Exercise SV-4a Systems Function Decomposition
    • SV-4a Workbook Modeling Exercise SV-4b Systems Data Flow
    • SV-4b Workbook Modeling Exercise SV-3 Systems-Systems Matrix
    • SV-3 Workbook Modeling Exercise SV-5a Operational Activity to Systems Function Traceability Matrix
    • SV-5a Workbook Modeling Exercise SV-5b Operational Activity to Systems Traceability Matrix
    • SV-5b Workbook Modeling Exercise SV-10c Systems Event-Trace Description
    • SV-10c Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • Module 12 Quiz
 
Module 13 – DoDAF Architectural Services (Phase 1)
  • SvcV-1 Services Interface Description
    • SvcV-1 Workbook Modeling Exercise SvcV -2 Services Resource Flow Description
    • SvcV-2 Workbook Modeling Exercise SvcV-4a Services Functional Decomposition
    • SvcV-4a Workbook Modeling Exercise SvcV-4b Services Data Flow
    • SvcV-4b Workbook Modeling Exercise SvcV-3 Services-Services Matrix
    • SvcV-3 Workbook Modeling Exercise SvcV-5a Operational Activity to Services Function Traceability Matrix
    • SvcV-5a Workbook Modeling Exercise SvcV-5b Operational Activity to Services Traceability Matrix
    • SvcV-5b Workbook Modeling Exercise SvcV-10c Services Event-Trace Description
    • SvcV-10c Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • Module 13 Quiz
 
Module 14 – DoDAF Architectural Capabilities
  • CV-3: Capability Phasing
    • CV-3 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • CV-4: Capability Dependencies
    • CV-4 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • CV-5: Capability to Organizational Development Mapping
    • CV-5 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • CV-6: Capability to Operational Activities Mapping
    • CV-6 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • CV-7: Capability to Services Mapping
    • CV-7 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • Module 14 Quiz
 
Module 15 – DoDAF Architectural Systems (Phase 2)
  • SV-6 Systems Resource Flow Matrix
    • SV-6 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • SV-7 Systems Measures Matrix
    • SV-7 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • SV-8 Systems Evolution Description
    • SV-8 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • SV-9 Systems Technology & Skills Forecast
    • SV-9 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • SV-10a Systems Rules Model
    • SV-10a Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • SV-10b Systems State Transition Description
    • SV-10b Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • Module 15 Quiz
 
Module 16 – DoDAF Architectural Services (Phase 2)
  • SvcV-6 Services Resource Flow Matrix
    • SvcV-6 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • SvcV -7 Services Measures Matrix
    • SvcV-7 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • SvcV -8 Services Evolution Description
    • SvcV-8 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • SvcV -9 Services Technology & Skills Forecast
    • SvcV-9 Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • SvcV -10a Services Rules Model
    • SvcV-10a Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • SvcV -10b Services State Transition Description
    • SvcV-10b Workbook Modeling Exercise
  • Module 16 Quiz 
  • * Certification Exam
Notes:
 
1.Multiple scenarios will be used for some complete or partial examples of DODAF modeling. For example, we will use a complete scenario modeling Search and Rescue.
 
2. Some tooling for selected modeling exercises will be included in the course. Also, quizzes will only be provided on a few of the modules due to time constraints. Everyone must take the Certification Exam, which will be corrected to 100%.
 
3. The emphasis in the course will be on understanding DODAF 2.02 overall, but the viewpoints in particular. Other more specialized areas within DODAF will only be briefed quickly for background information.
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