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  • 1. Architecture Frameworks: NetCentric Enablers AIAA NCO Program Committee Meeting Arlington, VA May 9, 2005 Rolf Siegers The Open Group Architecture Forum Chief Architect, Garland Engineering Center [email_address]

2. Topics

  • Challenges
  • Opportunities
  • TOGAF: Overview
  • Summary
  • Supplemental Charts

3. Challenges

  • How can we.
    • improve the designs of large-scale, highly complex NetCentric systems that require interoperability of communications equipment, data, and software for networking of people, sensors, and manned and unmanned platforms?
    • reduce risks in developing and deploying this systems?

4. Opportunity

  • Leverage from well-established architecture framework standards to facilitate the boundaryless information flow vision of NetCentricity
    • The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF)
    • Zachman Framework for Enterprise Architecture
    • (US) DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF)
    • (UK) MoD Architecture Framework (MoDAF)
    • (US) Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework (FEAF)

5. The Open GroupArchitecture Framework(TOGAF) Phase A: Architecture Vision Phase B: Business Architecture Phase H: Architecture Change Management Phase G: Implementation Governance Phase C: Information Systems Architecture Phase D: Technology Architecture Phase F: Migration Planning Phase E: Opportunities & Solutions Requirements Management Preliminary: Framework & Principles 6. The Open Group

  • A global consortium of industry, government, and academia with more than 200 member companies
    • http://www. opengroup .org
  • Key Activities
    • Defining, integrating and evolving standards to support Open systems
      • e.g., the UNIX specification
    • Certifications
      • UNIX, LDAP,
    • Conformance testing
  • Established in 1996 through the merger of
    • X/Open Company Ltd. (founded in 1984)
    • Open Software Foundation (founded in 1988)

7. The Open Group (2)

  • Forums
    • Architecture
    • Directory Interoperability
    • Grid Enterprise Services
    • Enterprise Management
    • Messaging
    • Mobile Management
    • Quality of Service
    • Real-time & Embedded Systems
    • Security
    • Platform
  • Work Areas
    • Each Forum is divided into Work Areas
      • e.g., the Architecture Forum has work areas for The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF), Architecture strategy and standardization, Mobile Architecture, Enterprise Architecture, IT Architect Certification, andTOGAF/DoDAF Alignment
      • Some Work Areas span Forums based on the need for collaboration

8. The Open Group (3)

  • Sampling of Open Group members
    • Defense Contractors
      • Lockheed-Martin, Boeing, Raytheon, Northrop Grumman
    • Government Departments and Agencies
      • Dept of Defense/DISA
      • US Navy
      • US Army Weapon Systems Technical Working Group (WSTWG)
      • Open Systems Joint Task Force
      • NATO C3 Agency
      • Jet Propulsion Laboratory
      • NASA Goddard
      • National Computerization Agency
      • UK Ministry of Defence
      • Australia Department of Lands
      • The MITRE Corporation
    • Academia & Industry
      • Carnegie Mellon University, Software Engineering Institute
      • Embedded Systems Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
      • Sun, Oracle, HP, Microsoft, Silicon Graphics, Nortel, Tivoli

9. The Open Group (4)

  • Sampling of Architecture Forum Members
    • Defense Contractors
      • Lockheed Martin Corporation
      • The Boeing Company
      • Raytheon Company
    • Governments
      • Dept of Defense/DISA
      • NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
      • Jet Propulsion Laboratory
      • US Army Weapon Systems Technical Working Group
      • UK Ministry of Defence
      • New South Wales Department of Lands
      • The MITRE Corporation
    • Organizations & Industry
      • Open GIS Consortium
      • Hewlett-Packard
      • Sun Microsystems

10. TOGAF: A Focus on Method

  • The TOGAF Architecture Development Method therefore does notprescribe any specific set of enterprise architecture deliverables - although it doesdescribe a set, by way of example. Rather, TOGAF is designed to be used with whatever set of deliverables the TOGAF user feels is most appropriate. That may be the set of deliverables described in TOGAF itself; or it may be the set associated with another framework, such as Zachman Framework, FEAF, etc.
  • TOGAF 8.1 Introduction: The Role of TOGAF

11. TOGAF: Overview of ADM Phases

  • Preliminary: Framework & Principles
  • A: Architecture Vision
  • B: Business Architecture
  • C: Information Systems Architecture
  • D: Technology Architecture
  • E: Opportunities & Solutions
  • F: Migration Planning
  • G: Implementation Governance
  • H: Architecture Change Management

Phase A: Architecture Vision Phase B: Business Architecture Phase H: Architecture Change Management Phase G: Implementation Governance Phase C: Information Systems Architecture Phase D: Technology Architecture Phase F: Migration Planning Phase E: Opportunities & Solutions Requirements Management Preliminary: Framework & Principles 12. TOGAF: Brief History

  • Started with DoDs Technical Architecture Framework for InformationManagement (TAFIM)
    • Millions of $$, several years spent on its development
    • TAFIM 3.0 transitioned from DoD to The Open Group in 1995
  • Renamed to TOGAF
    • The Open Group leveraged from Volumes 2 & 3 of TAFIM
  • New revision released approximately each year
    • First 7 versions stayed focused on Technical Architecture
    • Version 8.0 extended into Enterprise Architecting
    • Version 8.1 released at the end of 2003
    • Version 9 planned for January 2006 release
  • There are Licensing & Membership guidelines for its use know them!
    • If using TOGAF in developing a system/enterprise for acustomer, you must either have a corporate commercial license,or be a member of the Architecture Forum
  • A comment on the IT verbiage
    • TOGAF uses the term IT in the broadest context, to distinguishthistype of architect from a civil architect

Phase A: Architecture Vision Phase B: Business Architecture Phase H: Architecture Change Management Phase G: Implementation Governance Phase C: Information Systems Architecture Phase D: Technology Architecture Phase F: Migration Planning Phase E: Opportunities & Solutions Requirements Management Preliminary: Framework & Principles 13. TOGAF : Format

  • 349 pages
  • On-line @ The Open Group web site
    • http://www. opengroup .