UAF in the context of the NATO Architecture Framework - Amsterdam 19th June
NATO has recently adopted version 4 of its Enterprise Architecture Framework - NAFv4, which adopted UAF DMM as one of two meta-models for building NAF architectures.
This complimentary information day on the morning of the 19th June in Amsterdam explores how to leverage MBSE with Architecture modelling in an integrated and disciplined approach, supporting NATO needs and enabling the modernisation of complex systems (Systems of Systems, C4I systems and complex industrial systems).
The infoday brings together thought leaders from NATO, national governments, system integrators, the UAF development team, and practitioners. Discussion will address the challenges, strategies, current and emerging practices, and will inform the user community about the path forward. Attendees will have the opportunity to exchange experiences and ideas.
MEGA's own Eugene McSheffrey will be presenting at the event on some of the challenges being addressed by the Open Group NAF-ArchiMate Mapping Group, in order to enable standardised NAF viewpoints to be implemented in a way that supports the use of the ArchiMate metamodel. This work will also be of interest to users creating architectures based on the UAF metamodel, because ultimately it is important to be able to demonstrate consistency between views created using the UAF and ArchiMate metamodels.
You can find out more information about the event on this link, including the full agenda and how to register.