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DoDAF 2.0 Modeling with IBM Rational System Architect

This course provides an introduction to using IBM Rational System Architect. Working with a simple scenario, you learn about the Rational System Architect environment, including an overview of:

  • Supported methodologies and notations, Encyclopedia concepts, Drawing techniques, Model components, Reporting.

The example spans the enterprise architecture (EA) layers. A number of standard notations are used to capture and present the information. Emphasis is placed in relating model artifacts, and basic analysis techniques. This course is a combination of lecture and hands on exercises.

Course Details

Classroom (Hands-on labs)

  • You should have:
    • Experience creating DoDAF 1.5 work products, or DoDAF 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, HQ133/QBV32 or earlier 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

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

Printed student manuals and workbooks

IBM Education Advantage Program Eligibility:

  • Yes – Education Pack – online account

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