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Course #503-13-Online-2

DoD Architecture Framework Implementation

Instructor: Dr. Alex Levis BIO

Dates: Jul-30-2013 - Aug-27-2013

Location/Hours:

This is an on-line course

 The first session of class on July 30th will be 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. EDT and will serve as an introduction to the terminology and tools which will be discussed in class.

The remaining sessions, each Tuesday August 6-27 will be held online 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. EDT.

Fees:
$2,400 Non-Government Rate
$2,200 Non-Government AFCEA Member Rate
$1,900 Government Rate
$1,800 Government AFCEA Member Rate

This course qualifies for Continuing Education Units.
Note: Prior to class registered students will be provided with logon information so they can get familiar with the online class room arrangements. Assignments will be assigned for completion between class sessions. Dr.Levis will be available to discuss assignments between classes. Please check http://cio-nii.defense.gov/docs/DoDAF%20V2%20-%20Volume%201.pdf for read ahead material. To download a copy of DoDAFv2-02 --- http://www.afcea.org/education/PDC/documents/DoDAF_v2-02_web.pdf

Course Description:

The course has undergone a major revision to prepare participants in developing and evaluating architectures that are conformant to DODAF 2.02.

The course is focused on developing an understanding of the architecture models and viewpoints and their linkages, explaining how the various models describe the architecture viewpoints, and addressing the practical aspects of generating the architecture data. Finally, the derivation of executable models from the DoDAF compliant designs is described as a foundation for architecture evaluation. Measures of Performance and Measures of Effectiveness are discussed and their computation from the executable model analyzed.

The course consists of lectures, interactive sessions, and work sessions in which participants,work through problems and produce an architecture from which selected models and viewpoints described in DODAF 2.02 compliant form are generated.

This course focuses on architecture design using a systems engineering approach based on object orientation and includes service orientation. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is used as the architecture description language. In addition to the development of a DoDAF compliant architecture description that is Fit-for-Purpose, the derivation of executable models from the architecture data is presented and their role in architecture evaluation is illustrated. The approach will then be applied to the evaluation of system-of-systems architecture and resilient architectures for C2.  The design of architectures has become a fundamental component of the architecture-based systems engineering approach required by DoD and other government agencies. The architectures should be described in accordance with the current version (2.02) of the DoD Architecture Framework.

 

OBJECTIVES
(a) To address the process, tools and techniques for designing and describing architectures consistent with the guidelines of the current DoD Architecture Framework (2.02). (b) To present Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) and highlight their role in addressing net-centricity. (c) To provide a hands-on experience to the attendees in developing key models and views of a service based architecture using object orientation.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The course is designed for professionals who are or will be involved in developing architectures consistent with the DoD Architecture Framework for or in support of DOD organizations. It is also for professionals responsible for such architectures because, through the interactive and work sessions, it helps them gain an appreciation of the time and resources needed to bring an architecture effort to a successful conclusion. AFCEA 503 is a "hands-on" course; all participants are expected to join one of the teams.

COURSE TOPICS: DoD Architecture Framework Implementation

PART I:  THE DOD ARCHITECTURE FRAMEWORK

  • Architecture-based Systems Engineering
  • The Evolution of the DoDAF                                             
  • The DoD Architecture Framework v. 2.02                                                        

PART II: THE BASICS

  • Capability and Project Viewpoints                          
  • Operational Concept and Use Cases                      
  • Rule Modeling                          
  • Dynamics Modeling                

                               

PART III:  UML AND THE OBJECT ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PROCESS

  • The Unified Modeling Language – Part 1                           
  • The Unified Modeling Language – Part 2                           
  • Architecture Design Approaches and the Object Oriented Architecture Design Process                          

 

PART IV: ARCHITECTURE DESIGN AND SERVICE ORIENTATION       

  • OO Architecture Design: Operational and Data Viewpoints
  • Loosely Coupled Systems and Service Oriented Architectures                        
  • OO Architecture Design: Services Viewpoint                   
  • OO Architecture Design: Systems Viewpoint                                               

 

PART V:  ARCHITECTURE MANAGEMENT AND EVALUATION

  • Discrete Event Systems and Executable Architectures                         
  • Business Process Management                                
  • On Architecture Management                                   
  • Architecture Evaluation Concepts                                        
  • Arch. Evaluation: Resilient Architectures for C2                                       
  • Architecture Evaluation: Systems of Systems                                   
  • Closure                                       

 


SPECIAL NEEDS:

AFCEA complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Attendees with special needs should call (703) 631-6130 or email the PDC outlining requirements.

COURSE CANCELLATION POLICY:

AFCEA will confirm that a course session is a "go" no later than Jul-16-2013, 14 days prior to the start date of the course. Please see the PDC FAQ for additional course cancellation details.

STUDENT CANCELLATION POLICY:

Please see the PDC FAQ for registration cancellation instructions and other PDC policies.

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