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  1. 1. Improving Government Enterprise Architecture Process Through Industry Best Practice – Can TOGAF™ Assist Implementation of FEA/FSAM? Presented by John Polgreen, Ph.D. Architecting the Enterprise Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  2. 2. Welcome! Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  3. 3. Agenda Introductions Presentation  TOGAF for Government  Strategic Process  Segment and Capability Process  TOGAF Value Proposition Panel Discussion / Q&A Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  4. 4. The Situation FEA has well defined reference architectures OMB, CIO Council has provided guidance on process FSAM provides guidance for segment architecturesBut architects need… More granular process information More templates, examples of outputs Common language Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  5. 5. A Potential SolutionAugment Practice Guidance, FEA, FSAM with TOGAF TOGAF ADM is a well defined process Templates and formats for outputs available Accepted globally – provides common language Popular EA tools have FEA and TOGAF modules TOGAF maps well to FEA, FSAM and FEA Guidance TOGAF is meant to to be tailored – don’t throw anything away TOGAF ADM can also map to DoDAF Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  6. 6. TOGAF 9 The Open Group Architectural Framework, v 9 Developed by consensus in The Open Group Federal roots - DoD’s TAFIM Architecture Development Method is well proven 80% of Fortune 50 use TOGAF Wide public sector use  UK Government  New York State Well accepted among Federal contractors Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  7. 7. TOGAF ADM PreliminaryRecommended Approach Establish EA program A Conduct ADM projects Vision Manage requirements H B Phases are iterative Change Business Management G Requirements Management C Implementation Governance Information F D Migration Technology Planning E Opportunities and Solutions Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  8. 8. Each Phase is Made Up of Steps Select Reference Models, Viewpoints Develop Baseline Description Develop Target Description Preliminary Perform Gap Analysis A Define Roadmap Components H B Business Resolve Impacts Conduct Stakeholder ReviewG Requirements C Finalize the Architecture Management Create Architecture Definition Document F D E Each step is described in detail Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  9. 9. Taxonomy of Artifacts part of the Content FrameworkArchitecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  10. 10. FEA Reference ArchitecturesApproachBusiness-Driven Performance Reference Model (PRM) Architecture Component-Based Business Reference Model (BRM) Service Component Reference Model (SRM) Data Reference Model (DRM) Technical Reference Model (TRM) Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  11. 11. Mapping FEA Practice Guidance to the TOGAF ADMADM Phases ADM Phase ADM PhasesPreliminary E – Opportunities and F- MigrationA – Vision Solutions G – ImplementationB – Business Architecture GovernanceC – Information Architecture H – ChangeD – Technology Architecture ManagementRequirements Management Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  12. 12. EA Process GuidanceFEA Practice Guidance – “does not cover enterprise architecture (EA)development and maintenance since there is already a broad body ofknowledge on these topics.” TOGAF – Hundreds of pages EA design and implementation Example - ADM Business Architecture Phase  9 major steps, many with sub-steps  21 described artifacts  Based on industry best practice worldwide Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  13. 13. USDA Case Study Conclusions“TOGAF and the FEA provided a good combination for planning a largegovernment-based modernization project.”“TOGAF’s ADM is an excellent complement to RUP, as it addresses thedevelopment and maintenance of an Enterprise Architecture and provideskey inputs to a RUP based, project-level plan.” Greg Lettow, Jim Odrowski Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  14. 14. Applying TOGAF to FEA/FSAM Strategic Architecture Strategic ADM iteration  Tailor FEA reference models Preliminary A  Develop strategic architecture H Architecture Change Management Architecture Vision B Business Architecture  Mile wide, inch deep Segment Architecture(s) G Requirements CC Information Information System Implementation System Management Architectures Governance Architectures  To-be states in all domains Preliminary F D  Gaps Preliminary Preliminary Migration Planning E Opportunities Technology Architecture A & Solutions Architecture  Transition Strategy H Architecture Change H Architecture Management H Vision A Architecture Vision A B Architecture BusinessB Vision Architecture Change Architecture Business B Management Architecture Subsequent ADM iterations Change Business Management C Architecture C G Information Information C Requirements System C Implementation G Governance Implementation G Management Requirements System Information Architectures C Information Architectures C System Information System Information Capability Architectures Management Requirements Architectures Governance System Architectures  Describe segments Implementation System Management Architectures Governance Architectures F D Migration Technology F D Planning Architecture Preliminary Migration F E TechnologyD  Describe other enterprise projects Migration Opportunities Planning Architecture Technology Preliminary E Planning & Solutions Architecture Preliminary Opportunities E & Solutions Opportunities A & Solutions Architecture H A Vision  Collectively describe rich EA Architecture Architecture A B H Change Vision Architecture Business Architecture H B Management Change Vision Architecture Business Architecture B Management Change Architecture Business Management C Architecture C G Information Information C Implementation Requirements System C System Information G Governance Management Requirements Architectures C Information Architectures C Implementation System Information System G Management Information Governance Requirements Architectures System Architectures Implementation System Management Architectures Governance Architectures F D Migration TechnologyD F Planning E Architecture Technology Migration F D Migration Opportunities Planning E Architecture Technology Planning & Solutions E Opportunities Architecture & Solutions Opportunities & Solutions Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  15. 15. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A Preliminary Phase • Establish EA Program • Define Principles H B • Define Framework • Define, Prioritize Segments • Choose Tools • Develop Governance • Obtain Approval G Requirements Management C F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  16. 16. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary Architecture Vision • Establish Project A • Identify Stakeholders • Define Scope H B • Define Vision • Obtain Sponsor Approval G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  17. 17. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A Business Architecture • Define Agency PRM • Define Agency BRM H B • Populate As-is BRM • Populate To-be BRM • Conduct Gap Analysis • Conduct Impact Analysis • Populate PRM Indicators G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  18. 18. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A H B Information Systems Architecture • Define Agency SRM • Populate As-is SRM G Requirements C • Populate To-be SRM Management • Conduct Gap Analysis • Conduct Impact Analysis • Define Agency DRM • Populate As-is DRM • Populate To-be DRM • Conduct Gap Analysis F D • Conduct Impact Analysis • Populate PRM Indicators E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  19. 19. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A H B G Requirements Management C Technology Architecture • Define Agency TRM • Populate As-is TRM • Populate To-be TRM • Conduct Gap Analysis F D • Conduct Impact Analysis • Populate PRM Indicators E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  20. 20. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A H B G Requirements C Management Opportunities and Solutions • Review gap analyses • Create Line of Sight • Identify solutions F D • Identify buy/build options • Identify portfolio options E • Define funding strategy Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  21. 21. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A H B G Requirements C ManagementMigration Planning• Project Impact Analysis • Costs • Benefits • Value • Risks F D• Transition Strategy E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  22. 22. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary AImplementation Governance H B• Not done for initial iteration G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  23. 23. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA PreliminaryArchitecture Change Mgt• Not done for initial iteration A H B G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  24. 24. Strategic Iteration of TOGAF ADM for FEA Preliminary A H BRequirements Management• All phases input, revise, output• Enter into repository• Evaluate traceability G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  25. 25. Subsequent ADM iterations Describe segments – use  FSAM  TOGAF  FSAM Tailored with TOGAF Describe other enterprise significant projects Collectively describe rich EA Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  26. 26. FSAM to TOGAF ADM Mapping Phase A Vision Phase B Business Architecture Phases C-D Data, Application, Technology Phases E-F Architectures Opportunities and Solution, Migration Planning2 TOGAF ADM Phase FSAM Step Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  27. 27. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary Preliminary Phase A • Validate previous iteration H B G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  28. 28. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary Architecture Vision • Establish Project • Identify Stakeholders A • Identify Risks • Define Scope, including H B • Segments • Cross agency initiatives • Define Vision • Plan Communications • Obtain Approval G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  29. 29. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary A Business Architecture • Populate As-is BRM H B • Populate To-be BRM • Conduct Gap Analysis • Conduct Impact Analysis • Populate PRM Indicators G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  30. 30. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary A H B Information Systems Architecture • Populate As-is SRM • Populate To-be SRM G Requirements C • Conduct Gap Analysis Management • Conduct Impact Analysis • Populate As-is DRM • Populate To-be DRM • Conduct Gap Analysis • Conduct Impact Analysis F D • Populate PRM Indicators E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  31. 31. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary A H B G Requirements C Management Technology Architecture • Populate As-is TRM • Populate To-be TRM • Conduct Gap Analysis • Conduct Impact Analysis F D • Populate PRM Indicators E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  32. 32. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary A H B G Requirements C Management Opportunities and Solutions • Review gap analyses • Create Line of Sight • Identify solutions • Make reuse/buy/build decisions F D • Make portfolio decisions • Create business case E • Define funding strategy Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  33. 33. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary A H B G Requirements C ManagementMigration Planning• Project Impact Analysis • Costs • Benefits • Value • Risks F D• Migration Plan E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  34. 34. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary AImplementation Governance H B• Establish Contracts• Launch implementation• Conduct compliance reviews• Measure performance G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  35. 35. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA PreliminaryArchitecture ChangeManagement A• Monitor change• Determine response • none H B • SDLC • ADM Cycle• Manage framework• Maintain Segment Architectures• Measure EA program value G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  36. 36. Subsequent Iterations of ADM for the FEA Preliminary ARequirements Management H B• All phases input, revise, output• Enter into repository• Evaluate traceability G Requirements C Management F D E Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  37. 37. TOGAF Architectural Domains TOGAF, FEA both driven by Business domain TOGAF completes four FEA domains  Business  Service Component (called Application in TOGAF)  Data  Technology Through tailoring  Can accommodate fifth FEA domain – Performance  Can be tailored for future domains - e.g. Security Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  38. 38. TOGAF Templates and Examples All ADM phases have suggested inputs and outputs Most outputs have templates and examples Most can be mapped to FEA/FSAM Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  39. 39. Value Proposition: TOGAF and FEA/FSAM ADM maps well to FEA, FSAM, CIO Guidance  provides a repeatable process  provides needed process detail Certified Tools can provide templates and outlines TOGAF is an open standard  technology and vendor neutral  intended to be tailored  Inexpensive to use Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  40. 40. Value Proposition: TOGAF and FEA/FSAM TOGAF is industry standard Consulting resources are available  10,000+ TOGAF Certified Architects globally  Many among large Federal contractors  Small firms also available TOGAF simplifies communication with  Architecture teams  Vendors  Consultants Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010
  41. 41. Next Steps For the Community  Study federal EA process problems – is TOGAF a fit? For Agencies  Visit www.opengroup.org – download TOGAF  Visit www.GTRA.org/blog (TOGAF for Feds)  Get someone on your EA team trained/certified  Tailor the FEA/FSAM using TOGAF  Develop, implement and manage your architecture Architecting the Enterprise Limited Copyright © 2010

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