The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF™ 9) and the US DoD
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This White Paper provides a comparative analysis of the two frameworks that describes where DoDAF products can be employed throughout the TOGAF ADM phases to develop a visual, integrated model of an architecture. The intended audience is the DoD architect who can benefit from a formal methodology to guide architecture efforts and result in a quality architecture description in a DoD-compliant format, and the TOGAF architect who can benefit by a formal set of defined models to capture output for each of the ADM phases. This document provides the architect with a map of the specific DoDAF 2.0 model that should be produced or consumed in a specific phase of TOGAF 9 with enough context to understand the fundamental concepts of both DoDAF and TOGAF.  Access >>>

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  • The Open Group Architecture Framework Version 9 (TOGAF 9) 8
  • US Department of Defense Architecture Framework 2.0 (DoDAF 2.0)
  • TOGAF 9 ADM with DoDAF 2.0 Models

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