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As-Is to To-Be Enterprise Architecture Migration

Duration

One Day

The focus of the As-Is to To-Be Enterprise Architecture Migration presentation is the creation of migration projects. The cornerstone of the migration projects is the Reource Life Cycle Node networks. At the outset of this last presentation two Resource Life Cycle Node networks will exist. The As-Is and the To-Be.

The goal of the migration then is the creation of a collection of projects that transform the artifacts associated with the As-Is network to those identified in the To-Be network.

The migration projects are constructed using the standardized collection of project, deliverable, and task templates that are delivered as part of the Whitemarsh Project Management System's version, MB0706 which was released in mid April, 2015.

Estimating the migration projects involves the assignment of persons and their skill levels, and the assignment of work environment factors.

Once the assignments are made, the collection of Migration projects must be sequenced to match the need-to-completion milestones that are inherently present in both the Resource Life Cycle Nodes, and also in the precedence vectors that map a node from one Resource Life Cycle to another node in a different Resource Life Cycle.

Once these sequences are established, the Whitemarsh Project Management System can calculate the schedules.

Metabase System Deployment

Included in this presentation is the identification of the relevant Metabase System data model tables, and the various Metabase System functional modules and processes necessary to capture, store, update, and report appropriate captured data along with an instructor led demonstration followed up by workshop exercises on enterprise architecture work products.

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