- This course provides an overview of each of the models and artifacts for two dominant frameworks in the United States Government; DODAF and FEAF. Participants will learn enterprise architecture frameworks help to support a structured approach for the investigation and analysis of stakeholder concerns as a part of viewpoints and views. Concept exploration around the selection of model kinds and types includes identification of appropriate model notation(s). Students will learn how to create a set of core (e.g., required) enterprise architecture models/artifacts to help frame and address stakeholder concerns.
Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Describe the FEAC concept of core architecture models/artifacts and their relationship to one another.
- Demonstrate how to select supporting architecture models/artifacts to support the implementation
- Identify the elements of an ontology and meta-models and how they support rigorous modeling
- Describe the DoDAF Viewpoints and associated Views
- Describe the FEAF Sub architecture domains and associated artifacts.
- Select and develop views that support Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) design.
- Demonstrate how to implement cybersecurity and risk management into architectural design