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03-23-05 page 1 Architecture Transition Framework (ATF 1.0) A presentation at SOA for E-Gov Conference, October 30 – 31, 2006 Satish Gattadahalli, Senior.

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1 page 1 Architecture Transition Framework (ATF 1.0) A presentation at SOA for E-Gov Conference, October 30 – 31, 2006 Satish Gattadahalli, Senior Enterprise Architect, EDS, US Government Solutions

2 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 2 Agenda ATF Goals The Framework Domains and Transition Elements (including notional waves) Recommended Actions Closing Thoughts/Key Messages

3 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 3 ATF Goals Identify the scope for enterprise transition strategy--sequence planning Enable the strategic role of IT in Business Transformation Conceive a system of systems and ecosystem approach (mitigate risks and oversight concerns) Inform CXOs, LOB managers, enterprise architects, chief engineers, solution architects, CPIC staff, etc for planning and governance activities Address demands for innovation, flexibility, and agility (e.g., SOA) Promote cross-LOB/cross-organizational dialogue related to transformation Leverage industry and government best practices and evidence related to enterprise-scale transformation

4 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 4 The Framework 9 Pillars/Domains: 6 core, 3 enabling (end-to-end and supporting the core) Domains are decomposed into product states or milestones – Transition Elements (TEs) delivered as a product, service, or a capability; can be resourced and associated with a timeline Each TE is ranked within their logical domain: –Sensitivity to Costs –Alignment with Business Strategy –Sensitivity to business drivers and federal/legislative mandates –Benefits, effectiveness, and contribution to overall business value –Sensitivity to risk –Ability to measure performance –Cross-functional/LOB impact –Operational necessity –Ability to optimize resources –Time to implement –Dependency relative to business life cycle

5 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 5 Framework: Domains Vision/Strategy Architectural Models And Blueprints Architectural Models And Blueprints Systems Engineering Systems Engineering Infrastructure Systems and Operations Management (Lessons Learned) Systems and Operations Management (Lessons Learned) Transition and Transformation Projects Transition and Transformation Projects Knowledge Management and Tools Governance and Program Management Organization Change Management

6 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 6 Vision/Strategy Ratify agency/departmental strategic/scenario plan Ratify CONOPS Ratify Drivers (business and technology such as SOA) Ratify principles Approve business case for transformation Baseline customer and stakeholder analysis (business questions inventory) Define Critical Success Factors Formulate IT Strategies {SOA is a key component} in support of business strategy

7 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 7 Architecture Models and Blueprints (incremental build) Complete baseline (as-is) models: business, information, apps, infrastructure, etc Complete applications and interface inventory; and portfolio analyses Abstract as-is requirements Complete transition architecture models Establish future state models: business process architecture, information, interoperability, service models, security architecture (SOA impacts), etc Complete services taxonomy [also, cross-walk with FEA/SCM] Ratify IT policies, technical (e.g., SOA), and interoperability standards profile Baseline to-be architecture requirements Identify target applications portfolio

8 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 8 Systems Engineering Baseline and allocate business rules and system requirements Develop integrated (end-to-end) process for managing requirements Ratify systems life cycle methodology Implement capacity planning and performance engineering capability Deploy simulation capability (e.g., business process, infrastructure) Validate selected architecture (following trade-off analyses) Establish systems quality and SOA metrics Establish Integration and Testing Strategy (including COTS, GOTS) Incorporate usability and human factors engineering Establish risk management process Formulate configuration management strategy

9 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 9 Systems Engineering (contd.) Collect and manage life cycle costs Develop interface engineering and management strategy Develop a strategy for reliability and survivability engineering Develop data migration strategy Develop acquisitions strategy (with SOA implications); build vs. buy Achieve CMMI goal – at-least level 3

10 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 10 Infrastructure: Keep a Strategic Perspective Ratify infrastructure rationalization plan Publish deployment architecture Complete network modernization (LAN, CAN, WAN, wireless, AutoID) Migrate/consolidate infrastructure (e.g., exchange, e-auth, IPV6) Modernize data centers (incorporate COOP) Establish software development environment, common office, and integrated collaborative environment Stabilize production environment; implement virtualization Implement process automation (workflow, BPM, BPEL, Business Rules, BAM) Select and implement Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)

11 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 11 Infrastructure (contd.) Select and implement messaging and application servers Select and implement data/content integration fabric Implement SOA governance infrastructure (e.g., provisioning, auditing, QOS) Implement Business Intelligence Infrastructure Implement Identity Management Infrastructure Implement Common and Shared Services (business and infrastructure): person service, organization service, notification etc Deploy Security Infrastructure

12 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 12 Transition and Transformation Projects Complete transition projects: code re-factor, re-architect, re-host, re- interface, incremental updates to select systems Implement SQA Processes Complete phased implementation of transformation/projects [involves significant process reengineering, OMB 300s with milestone reviews] Implement E-Gov/LOB consolidation and inter-departmental projects Implement self-service, composite, and other applications at the edge Perform decommission analysis Begin phased decommissioning of legacy IT systems/projects

13 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 13 Systems and Operations Management Ratify Enterprise System Management (ESM) framework --- leverage ITIL Implement ESM capability Implement feedback mechanisms (e.g., fault, failure, performance) Implement SLAs Implement workload and policy management Implement service monitoring and auditing Analyze system metrics (e.g., SOA metrics) Implement single management console Document lessons learned Conduct post-implementation reviews

14 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 14 Knowledge Management and Tools Publish enterprise glossary (e.g., SOA, BI, KM vocabulary) and ontology Implement developer portal (with best practices, templates, patterns) Deploy modeling suite intended for collaboration Implement asset repositories (EA, RM, etc) with high degree of interoperability, integration, and collaboration Implement registries (services, interface, metadata, standards) Implement EA visualization and analytics (with data collector interfaces) Implement patterns library (e.g., infrastructure, ESB usage) Implement standard terminology and master data management services Implement semantic-web technologies Develop a strategy for Intellectual Property Management

15 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 15 Governance and Program Management Develop and ratify program plan with resource and budget Ratify IT modernization plan: apps, infrastructure, data, services Identify operational and enabling capabilities Ratify governance model Establish Governance Boards (Business Architecture, Requirements, ARB, CCB, SOA, Data Management); data and metadata stewardship Institute processes: service registration, approval, certification, and publication; business case analysis; data standardization; EA compliance Establish policies: SOA, software engineering, security, interoperability, etc Establish MOUs and Business Partner Agreements Implement Data Center Governance Formulate enterprise license and smart-buy strategies Publish CPIC Guide

16 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 16 Notional Waves of Implementation Architecture, Systems Engineering, Knowledge Mgmt., Governance, Organization Change, Systems Management Wave 0: Vision/Strategy, Basic Infrastructure, Program Plans, Engineering Processes Wave 1: Interim Infrastructure, Middleware, ESB, Security, Common Services Wave 2: Full-blown Infrastructure and Initial Business Apps Wave 3: Mission-critical and Enabling Apps (HR, Finance, etc); LOB/E-Gov Wave 4 n: Stabilize, Optimize, and Begin Decommissioning Legacy

17 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 17 SOA Waves Service Vocabulary, SOA Strategy, Business Case SOA Foundations: SOA Framework/Reference Architecture, road map, SOA models 100 day projects, apps and DB/info integration, CM, Security, initial governance, ESB, messaging, infrastructure service, etc Business Process Automation: BPM, BPEL, Rules, Workflow, Composite Apps, Shared/Common Services, Patterns SOA Metrics, SOA Management, Legacy Migration, LOB/E-Gov Efforts, robust governance, partner service Optimization, ITIL, Utility Compute, SOA-based Pricing, Sensor Data Integration

18 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 18 Organization Change Management Reengineer facilities Reengineer standard forms Establish skills and competency database (human capital management) Develop training and marketing materials; and implement training program Implement quality management (e.g., Six Sigma, Benchmarking) Implement communications strategy Establish SOA mentors and coaches Establish centers of excellence (e.g., SOA competency center) Institute awards/incentives Develop user groups Develop strategies for academic, advisory, and industry alliances; and standards advocacy

19 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 19 Recommended Actions Engage broader community of stakeholders and customers for input and vetting Use collaborative workshops for ranking Leverage ATF to construct enterprise sequence plan Cross-walk with system and release plans Populate the content into a tool to create a true collaborative, integrated, and dynamic environment Institutionalize and enable IT management and operational decisions Provide input to mature OMB and GAO EA Maturity Model Framework Continue to mature ATF as more evidence is gathered, lessons learned

20 Oct 2006 ATF 1.0 – pathway to IT Transformation page 20 Closing Thoughts/Key Messages IT must play a strategic role in business transformation IT Transformation must be viewed from a system of systems and ecosystem perspective SOA is pivotal to IT and business transformation– establish sound foundations to enable agility Services must be business driven– alignment with business goals, drivers, business architecture (including business processes) are key Shared services and common components are critical to Government and Industry transformation Getting infrastructure right is strategic to long-term transformation ATF is a catalyst for all of the above

21 page 21 EDS EDS Drive, A3N-C54 Herndon, VA Satish Gattadahalli, Senior Enterprise Architect, USGS


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