May 11-13, 2016
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
The DoDAF 2.0 Modeling with IBM Rational System Architect V11.4 course shows how IBM Rational System Architect supports the development and analysis of DoDAF 2.0 described models. The course focuses on tasks such as keeping models consistent, integrating information between views, performing gap analysis, assessing the impact of change, and generating standard DoDAF reports. This course consists of both lecture and hands-on exercises.
Instructor: Ed Vail
Ed Vail is a proven consulting Enterprise Architecture innovator and thought leader with more than 40 years of industry, Big-6, commercial and government consulting project management experience. He works closely with IBM/IBM EA Business Partners in delivering Enterprise Architecture training and Repository-based EA consulting to their commercial and government clients world-wide. Ed’s articles have been published in several EA and Knowledge Management journals. He is the Principal at Repository-based EA LLC and he holds Certified Enterprise Architect and TOGAF 9 Certifications. He is based in New Orleans.
Seats Available: Note, only 24 seats are available for this class. Once the 24 seats are filled, additional applicants will be wait-listed.
Date/Time: May 11 – 13, 2016; 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM; Continental breakfast and deli lunch provided each day.
Location: Kossiakoff Center Classroom; Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory; 11100 Johns Hopkins Road; Laurel, MD.
The Primary target audience of this intermediate course are:
- System and software engineers
- Enterprise architects and engineers
Secondary target audience:
- Program or project managers
- Development team leads
- Software designers and testers
You should have:
- Experience creating DoDAF 1.5 work products, orDoDAF 2.0 described models
- Working knowledge of IBM Rational System Architect
You should complete the following courses:
- Fundamentals of IBM Rational System Architect, V11.4 (QB133)HQ133/QBV32 orearlier versions
- Model DoDAF 2.0 described models
- Capability modeling
- Operational modeling
- System/Service modeling
- Manage change across the DoDAF-described models
- Perform analysis on DoDAF models
- Report on information in the encyclopedia
- Collaborate with your team and stakeholders
- The basic theory of DoDAF 2.0
- The eight viewpoints of the DoDAF 2.0 architecture
- The levels of formal and informal architecture
- The mapping of new DoDAF 2.0 data elements to previous DoDAF data elements
- Support for DoDAF 2.0 in Rational System Architect
- Transitioning from DoDAF 1.5 to DoDAF 2.0
- Suggested DoDAF 2.0 development path
- Creating DoDAF-described models
- Analyzing and reporting on DoDAF models