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Enterprise Architecture Specifications

The objective of the Enterprise Architecture Specification demonstration is to show the major steps of its development through the use of the Metabase System. the overall steps associated with this demonstration include:

  • Activate the Metabase System's module Mission-Organization-Function Position
    • Selecting the DBMS to be employed during the demonstration
    • Enter the Use Name and Password
    • Review and revise Mission networks as appropriate
    • Review and revise Organization networks as appropriate
    • Review and revise Function networks as appropriate
    • Review and revise the intersections between Missions and Organizations as appropriate
    • Review and revise the intersections between Missions-Organizations and Functions
    • Review and revise management positions as appropriate
    • Review and revise staff assignments to positions as appropriate
    • Close the Mission-Organization-Function Position module
  • Activate the Metabase System's module Resource Life Cycle Module
    • Selecting the DBMS to be employed during the demonstration
    • Enter the Use Name and Password
    • Review and revise Resources as appropriate
    • Review and revise Resource Life Cycles nodes as appropriate
    • Review and revise Resource Life Cycles nodes networks as appropriate
    • Review and revise the association between Resource Life Cycle Nodes and Database Objects as appropriate
    • Review and revise the association between Resource Life Cycle Nodes and Business Information Systems as appropriate
    • Review and revise management positions as appropriate
    • Review and revise the association between Resource Life Cycle nodes and Information Needs as appropriate
    • Close the Mission-Organization-Function Position module
  • Activate the Metabase System's module Business Information System
    • Selecting the DBMS to be employed during the demonstration
    • Enter the Use Name and Password
    • Review and revise Business Information Systems as appropriate.
    • Review and revise Business Information System hierarchies as appropriate
    • Review and revise Business Information System interconnections with Business Events as appropriate
    • Associate Business Information Systems with Business and Event calendars.
    • Characterize the Business Information System as to Level, Construction Method, Status, Application Type, Environment Type, Predominant User Class, DBMS Environment, and Data Architecture Class
    • Allocate Business Information System Associations with Mission-Organizations-Functions.
    • Allocate Business Information System Associations with Resource Life Cycle Nodes.
    • Allocate Review Business Information System Associations with Database Views.
    • Allocate Review Business Information System Associations with Database Object Information Systems.     

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