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DoDAF Certification Training

DoDAF Certification by TONEX – Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) 2.0 Training

dodaf 2.0 training

DoDAF Certification covers The Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) 2.02, the evolution of DoDAF 1.5.

DoDAF Certification defines a new way to organize an enterprise architecture (EA) into complementary and consistent views, viewpoints and models. TONEX DoDAF 2.0 certification training bootcamp covers complete migration from DoDAF 1.5 to DoDAF 2.02.

In our hands-on 3 day DoDAF 2.0 training you will use our comprehensive methodology to create operational, capabilites, technical, and systems architecture views and products consistent with the DoDAF 2.0 and Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) guidelines. Students will apply DoDAF compliance concepts, models and principles to design their own DoDAF-compliant system.

TONEX DoDAF 2.0 training (DoDAF 2 training) provide guidance and rules for developing, representing, and understanding architectures based on a common denominator across DoD, Joint, and multinational boundaries. It provides external stakeholders with insight into how the DoDAF 2.0 Training – DoD develops architectures. It ensures that architecture descriptions can be compared and related across programs, mission areas, and ultimately, the enterprise, thus, establishing the foundation for analyses that supports decision-making processes throughout the DoD.

The Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) defines a standard way to organize an enterprise architecture (EA) or systems architecture into complementary and consistent views.

The course introduces the students to DoDAF Meta-model (DM2), consisting of a Conceptual Data Model (CDM), Logical Data Model (LDM), and Physical Exchange Specification (PES) as an integral part of the architecture framework. The DM2 replaces the Core Architecture Data Model (CADM) referenced in previous versions of DoDAF. Tonex also provide a comprehensive course in Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS).’

Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) various “viewpoints” make up the DoDAF framework including many “models” as the guideline providing the information needed to describe and model a portion of the architecture including new DIV – through DIV 3, PV-1 through PV-3, CV-1 through CV-7 and SvcV 1 through SvcV 10

DoDAF 2.0 Training

During the class, the students will create DoDAF 2.0 viewpoints including:

  • All Viewpoint
  • Capability Viewpoint
  • Data and Information Viewpoint
  • Operational Viewpoint
  • Project Viewpoint
  • Services Viewpoint
  • Standards Viewpoint
  • Systems Viewpoint

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the attendees will be able to:

  • Understand the basic concepts behind Enterprise Architecture (EA)
  • Identify the added value of Architecture Framework
  • Explore why and how to build an Architecture Framework
  • Understand challenges of implementing Architecture Framework, including the technical and organizational issues
  • Identify the elements of an Architecture Framework implementation plan
  • Determine specific architectures requirements necessary for your organization
  • Understand DoDAF Version 2.0 Definitions and Guidelines
  • Understand similarities and differences between DoDAF 2.0 and DoDAF 1.5
  • Compare DoDAF 2.0 and other Architecture Frameworks such as MODAF, NAF, AGATE, FEAF, TOGAF, Zachman, Spewak’s EAP, RUP/EUP, and IEEE 1471F
  • Explore DoDAF Version 2.0 Introduction, Overview, and Concepts
  • Understand DoD Architecture Framework Principles (version 2.0)
  • Understand DoDAF Version 2.0 Product Descriptions
  • DoDAF Version 2.0 Architecture Data and Views
  • Identify key DoDAF 1.5 Support in DoDAF 2.0
  • Understand DoDAF Version 2.0 Meta-model Physical Exchange Specification

Course Agenda

Overview of DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF) 1.5

  • DoD Architecture Enterprise Services
  • Policies and Requirements for the DoD Architecture Framework
  • Policies that Drive the Requirements for the DoD Architecture Framework
  • DoD Architecture Framework Design and Development Tools
  • Data-Driven Requirements
  • All View (AV) with two work products
  • Operational View (OV) with seven work products
  • Systems View (SV) with 11 work products
  • Technical Standards View (TV) with two work products

OVERVIEW OF EA AND DODAF VERSION 1.5 AND 2.0

  • DoDAF 2.0 methodology, metrics and comparison tools
  • Introduction, Overview, and Concepts
  • What’s New in Version 2.0
  • DoDAF V1.5 Support
  • DoDAF Version 2.0 Architecture Data and Views
  • Understand DoDAF Version 2.0 Meta-model Physical Exchange Specification

DoDAF 2.0 Conformance

  • Changes in DoDAF Version 2.0
  • Architecture Focus
  • Shifting from Product-Centric to Data-Centric Focus
  • DoDAF Structure and Views
  • DoDAF Development Guidelines
  • Multiple Techniques and Toolsets, including Structured and Object Oriented
  • Analysis
  • Architecture Resources

Defining the Enterprise with DoDAF 2.0

  • The Enterprise-level Architecture
  • The Solution-Level Architecture
  • Architecture Management
  • Architecture Utilization
  • Architecture Maintenance
  • Architecture Utilization
  • Architecture Compliance Reviews

DODAF 2.0 Viewpoints ad Views

  • Viewpoint Descriptions
  • All Viewpoint
  • Capability Viewpoint.
  • Data and Information View
  • Operational Viewpoint
  • Project Viewpoint
  • Service Viewpoint
  • Standards Viewpoint
  • Systems Viewpoint

DoDAF Meta-model Groups Support of Viewpoints, Views, and DoD Key Processes

  • The DoDAF Conceptual Data Model
  • DODAF 2.0 META-MODEL
  • DoDAF Meta-model (DM2)
  • Concepts behind DM2
    • Collect architecture-related data
    • Organize the data into useful information
    • Store the information for later reuse
    • Facilitate management analysis of architecture data and information for decision-making purposes
  • META-MODEL DATA GROUPS
    • Performers
    • Resource Flows
    • Information and Data
    • Activities
    • Training / Skill / Education
    • Capability
    • Services
    • Project
    • Goals
    • Rules
    • Measures
    • Locations

MODELING ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE (EA) WITH DODAF 2.0

  • Modeling methods for DODAF Representations
  • DoDAF and UML 2
  • UML 2 as the architecture description language for DoDAF
  • DoDAF with SysML
  • DODAF-based Network Simulations
  • Applying Intelligent Agents to DODAF Models
  • Simulation-Based Acquisition
  • Software Architecture and the DODAF

ARCHITECTURE FRAMEWORK VERSION 2.0 WORKSHOPS

  • Examples and Exercises of Successful Framework Design
  • Solving Real World Problems
  • Applying DoDAF 2.0

DoDAF Meta-model Physical Exchange Specification

  • Model, Model Name and XSD Filename
  • AV-1 Overview and Summary Information av1.xsd
  • AV-2 Integrated Dictionary av2.xsd
  • CV-1 Vision CV1.xsd
  • CV-2 Capability Taxonomy CV2.xsd
  • CV-3 Capability Phasing CV3.xsd
  • CV-4 Capability Dependencies CV4.xsd
  • CV-5 Capability to organizational Development Mapping CV5.xsd
  • CV-6 Capability to Operational Activities Mapping CV6.xsd
  • CV-7 Capability to Services Mapping CV7.xsd
  • DIV-1 Conceptual Data Model DIV1.xsd
  • DIV-2 Logical Data Model DIV2.xsd
  • DIV-3 Physical Data Model DIV3.xsd
  • OV-2 Operational Connectivity Description ov2.xsd
  • OV-3 Operational Information Exchange Matrix ov3.xsd
  • OV-4 Organizational Relationships Chart ov4.xsd
  • OV-5 Operational Activity Model ov5.xsd
  • OV-6a Operational Rules Model ov6a.xsd
  • OV-6b State Transition Description ov6b.xsd
  • OV-6c Event-Trace Description ov6c.xsd
  • PV-1 Project Portfolio Relationships PV1.xsd
  • PV-2 Project Timelines PV2.xsd
  • PV-3 Project to Capability Mapping PV3.xsd
  • StdV-1 Standards Profile StdV1.xsd
  • StdV-2 Standards Forecast StdV2.xsd
  • SvcV-1 Services Interface Description SvcV1.xsd
  • SvcV-2 Services Communication Description SvcV2.xsd
  • SvcV-3a, Systems-Services Matrix SvcV3.xsd
  • SvcV-3b, Services-Services Matrix SvcV3.xsd
  • SvcV-4 Services Functionality Description SvcV4.xsd
  • SvcV-5 Operational Activity to Services Traceability Matrix SvcV5.xsd
  • SvcV-6 Services Data Exchange Matrix SvcV6.xsd
  • SvcV-7 Services performance parameters Matrix SvcV7.xsd
  • SvcV-8 Services Evolution Description SvcV8.xsd
  • SvcV-9 Services Technology Forecast SvcV9.xsd
  • SvcV-10a, Services Rules Model SvcV10a.xsd
  • SvcV-10b, Services State Transition Description SvcV10b.xsd
  • SvcV-10c, Services Event-Trace Description SvcV10c.xsd
  • SV-1 Systems Interface Description SV1.xsd
  • SV-2 Systems Communications Description SV2.xsd
  • SV-3 Systems-Systems matrix SV3.xsd
  • SV-4 Systems Functionality Description SV4.xsd
  • SV-5a Operational Activity to Systems Function Traceability Matrix
  • SV5.xsd, SV-5b Operational Activity to Systems traceability Matrix SV5.xsd
  • SV-6 Systems Data Exchange Matrix SV6.xsd
  • SV-7 Systems Performance Parameters Matrix SV7.xsd
  • SV-8 Systems Evolution Description SV8.xsd
  • SV-9 Systems Technology Forecast SV9.xsd
  • SV-10a Systems Rules Model SV10a.xsd
  • SV-10b Systems State Transition Description SV10b.xsd
  • SV-10c Systems Event-Trace Description SV10c.xsd

TONEX DoDAF Training Programs

COURSE NAME LENGTH
DoDAF 2 Training- Hands-on Project Based DoDAF Training 3 days
DoDAF Certification, Project-based Hands-on DoDAF Training Courses 3 days
DoDAF Training- DoDAF 2.02 Migration Training 3 days
DoDAF Workshop – Business Process Management with DoDAF 2.0 3 days
Enterprise Architecture Training 3 days
Introduction to DoDAF Training 3 days
Introduction to SoS Operational Test and DoDAF 3 days
MODAF (UK Ministry of Defence Architectural Framework) Training 3 days
NAF Training – NATO Architecture Framework 3 days
NASCIO Training – NASCIO Enterprise Architecture Development Training 2 days
Systems Engineering with DoDAF Training 3 days

 

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