This document presents an in-depth comparison of the Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) and Zachman Frameworks. Excellent resource for the CIO to understand how to evaluate architecture frameworks. (100 pages)
This whitepaper provides a very good overview of the common enterprise architecture frameworks. You will have to step over the vendor tool specific discussion but it is well worth the time.
Enterprise architecture and Information Technology Service Management (ITSM) framework ITIL can – and should? – be integrated. This presentation introduces enterprise architecture, defines two enterprise architecture frameworks namely, Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) and Department of Defense Enterprise Architecture Framework (DODAF), discusses the infrastructure library process and framework (ITIL) and makes a connection between them all. Good Read!
This paper provides a brief overview of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and explains how to use Department of Defense Architecture Framework<br />(DoDAF) to describe a SOA.
This presentation discusses modeling and simulation for architecture design and evaluation.
This white paper describes a technical approach for improving how we specify system and system-of-systems architectures using frameworks in general, and the Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) in particular. The modeldriven approach to architectural frameworks explained here, which is based on UML™ 2.0, Telelogic TAU® Generation2™, and Telelogic DOORS®, can substantially improve productivity and quality.
This document provides an overview of the DoDAF Architecture Framework Version 2.02, provides a background to the framework, discusses what is new with version 2.02, and details the vision for its future development.
This document describes the Department of Defense (DoD) Enterprise Architecture, its current status, and the way ahead.
The Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) is a three-volume set. The attached Volume I introduces the DoDAF framework and addresses the development, use, governance, and maintenance of architecture data.
The Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) is a three-volume set. Volume II outlines the essential aspects of architecture development and applies the net-centric concepts to the DoDAF products.