Welcome to our new site version. Your web page bookmarks may have changed, please search for pages by title to update them. Having problems ? Please try clearing your web browser cache and hard-reloading your web page first before contacting our webmaster.

DoD Enterprise Architecting: Joint Issues Derived From SOF Air Analysis

[document] Submitted on 13 August, 2019 - 10:20
Keywords DoD DoD Enterprise Architecting: Joint Issues Derived From SOF Air Analysis
Standards groups

Military architectures/systems/personnel tend to focus:
on either operational level or tactical level, not both
Operational Level:
- Focused on major operations and providing the means by
which tactical successes are exploited
- Parts of Air Operations Center, Major Headquarters
Tactical Level:
- Focused on battles and engagements
- Squadron, Aircraft, Airman, Soldier

Metadata
Date published
UNKNOWN
Document type
presentation
Pages
16
Replaced/Superseded by document(s)
Cancelled by
Amended by
File MIME type Size (KB) Language Download
NDIA SE 06 - SOF_Air_Brief.pdf application/pdf   448.72 KB English DOWNLOAD!
File attachments
Cover images
Summary

The Architecture Team
- Lack of experience in the domain = architecting pain
- Need for an available network of SMEs (still in the field)
􀂄 Common Lexicon
- All users of the architecture must understand the
vocabulary
􀂄 Process Ownership
- When establishing an enterprise wide operational
architect, there needs to be a boss
􀂄 Appropriate Abstraction
- Architect at the highest level of abstraction which provides
the most insight for the user

Organisation(s)
Defines standard
Visit also