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Current Status of SysML and UPDM- A DoDAF Profile by Paula Obeid President Embeddedplus Engineering For INCOSE Orlando Chapter May 15, 2008. Why Model Systems?. Manage Complexity Ability to abstract detail, drill down for details Improve communications
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Current Status of SysML and UPDM- A DoDAF Profile by Paula Obeid President Embeddedplus Engineering For INCOSE Orlando Chapter May 15, 2008
Why Model Systems? • Manage Complexity • Ability to abstract detail, drill down for details • Improve communications • Between internal stakeholders/teams • With customers • Reduced ambiguity and errors • Formal languages like SysML and UML offer precise notation • Models can seed detailed design and implementation – particularly for software components. • Models can be simulated, documents can not.
What is OMG SysMLTM? • SysML is an extension of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) that has been developed to support the systems engineering process. • SysML was developed by the Object Management Group (OMG) through an open process of standards development. • A graphical modelling language for Systems Engineering • a UML Profile that represents a subset of UML 2 with the extensions • Supports the specification, analysis, design, verification and validation of a broad range of complex systems • systems may include hardware, software, data, personnel, procedures, and facilities • SysML Standard Approved 2007 and currently being adopted by Systems Engineers • OMG Finalization task force completed efforts in 2007 • OMG Revision task force is wrapping up outstanding issues now
UML2 SysML <<implemented by>> UML not required by SysML UML4SysML - UML reused by SysML SysML Profile – extensions to UML SysML Toolkit Rational Software Modeler Rational Systems Developer Rational Software Architect <<implemented by>> Eclipse Platform Relationship between SysML and UML
allocate value binding satisfy verify Cross Connecting Model Elements 1. Structure 2. Behavior 3. Requirements 4. Parametrics
Provides SysML 1.0 Support Highly customizable and easily integrated with other tools Supports simulation via Simulation Toolkit Supports upgrade of Rose or RSX UML models to SysML Integrates with Requisite Pro and DOORS for SysML Requirements Sophisticated query and validation mechanisms for ensuring completeness of SysML models Compatible with other profiles such as SOA and DoDAF. Simulation Toolkit SysML Toolkit SysML Toolkit • - Systems Developer • Software Modeler • Software Architect IBM Rational Eclipse Platform
What is OMG UPDM? • An UML Profile for DoDAF/MODAF that provides industry standard UML/SysML representation and exchange of DoDAF/MODAF architecture artifacts and descriptions • Currently UPDM specifies two compliance levels corresponding to supporting a UML-based profile and a UML+ OMG SysML™ profile.
OMG UPDM Status • Charter of the Original UPDM FTF remains as is but the FTF ceased to exist on its existing, published deadline (Friday, March 21, 2008)". • A new team has spun up with the intention of submitting an RFC • Current UPDM Group Mission Statement “The UPDM RFC group is committed to creating a unified profile for MODAF and DoDAF, leveraging the capabilities of UML, SysML and other OMG standards.”
UPDM Group Goals Short Term Goals • Create a unified profile for DODAF (Department of Defense Architectural Framework) and MODAF (Ministry of Defense Architectural Framework) and submit it to the OMG (Object Management Group) RFC (Request for Comment) process at the September meeting of the OMG. We will use the approved standard of DODAF 1.5 and soon to be released standard of MODAF 1.2.[FD1] • Create an RFP (Request for Proposal) for the next generation UPDM profile to include changes proposed by DOD, NATO, the Canadian Department for Defense, the IDEAS group, and others for the September meeting of the OMG. Mid Term Goals • Create a profile addressing the requirements of the next generation RFP UPDM for submission to the OMG. • Address the future needs of Military Architectural Frameworks by making use of Business Process Modeling, Motivational Modeling, and other concepts. Long Term Goals • Continue to publicize our work in order to build a consensus, standardize the use and definition of Military Architectural Frameworks, and foster communication and understanding between defense related organizations. • Work to create a standards body with the purpose of specifying a standard MAF definition. [FD1]I suggest removing references to specific version of DODAF. also, the statement :"We will use the approved standard of DODAF 1.5“ • is not very accurate, DoDAF is neither "official" approved, it is promulgated to DOD via a memo, a construct diff than that of having docs approved by DOD, and it is not a standard. suggest you just remove the sentence alltogether: "We will use the approved standard of DODAF 1.5 and soon to be released standard of MODAF 1.2."
Why UPDM? • Significantly enhance the quality, productivity, and effectiveness associated with architecture and system of systems modeling • Promote architecture model reuse and maintainability • Improve tool interoperability and communications between stakeholders • Reduce training impacts due to different tool implementations and semantics
Capabilities • model architectures for a broad range of complex systems, which may include hardware, software, data, personnel, and facility elements • model consistent architectures for system-of-systems down to lower levels of design and implementation • model service oriented architectures • support the analysis, specification, design, and verification of complex systems • improve the ability to exchange architecture information amongst related tools that are UML based and tools that are based on other standards
Why UPDM Level 1 ? • SysML was created as a simple language and extended from UML to provide functionality required for Systems Engineering • Systems Engineers are more likely to use SysML than UML given the momentum of SysML • Primarily systems engineers are responsible for DoDAF/MoDAF artifact creation • System Engineers would like to represent their DoDAF and MoDAF models using SysML constructs. • UPDM Level 0 compliance has redundant elements such as Requirements and Views which are already exists in SysML. • Redefining existing SysML elements for UPDM Level 0 would confuse System Engineers using SysML. • System Engineers views their model as Blocks and Systems rather than Class and Objects.
Provides UPDM Level 1 modeling Support Highly customizable and easily integrated with other tools Supports simulation via Simulation Toolkit Integrates with Requisite Pro and DOORS for Requirements Sophisticated query and validation mechanisms for ensuring completeness of UPDM models UPDM Level 1 Toolkit UPDM Level 1 Toolkit for RSDP SysML Toolkit UPDM (Level 0) • - Systems Developer • Software Modeler • Software Architect IBM Rational Eclipse Platform
ChallengeLifecycle IdentifyGap DevelopConcept ProcureSolution ValidateSolution DeploySolution ExtendSolution Network-Enablement Increases Complexity and Difficulty of Major Systems Development Complexity & Time-to-solution Diametrically Opposed Time-to-Solution Complexity Rapidly changing requirements establish the need for agile development of systems where IT bridges the gap
Enterprise Agility is Achieved Through Integration • Systems exist to support the end customer • Changes in client requirements or supplier delivery cascade through the SoS Enterprise • How does this impact engineering? • Migration to architecture and its influence upon enterprise and system lifecycles • Requirements and design: Analysis of alternatives, cost, impact and risk across the entire asset base including all tiers of supplier • Development: Make vs Buy vs Use trade offs involving assets across the enterprise • Validation: Virtual simulation of SoS early in the development lifecycle • Deployment: Harmonizing component dependencies over time • Reduced time-to-solution adaptive enterprises gain agility dependent increasingly upon frictionless flow of information
Enterprise Agility is Achieved Through Integration • Systems exist to support the end customer • Changes in client requirements or supplier delivery cascade through the SoS Enterprise • How does this impact engineering? • Migration to architecture and its influence upon enterprise and system lifecycles • Requirements and design: Analysis of alternatives, cost, impact and risk across the entire asset base including all tiers of supplier • Development: Make vs Buy vs Use trade offs involving assets across the enterprise • Validation: Virtual simulation of SoS early in the development lifecycle • Deployment: Harmonizing component dependencies over time • Reduced time-to-solution adaptive enterprises gain agility dependent increasingly upon frictionless flow of information Integration of this scale requires tooling that is as agile as the systems it seeks to help build.
Need for Frictionless, Predictive Enterprise Tooling • Various changes in the A&D community require integration of multiple systems across disciplines • To decrease latency of program operation • For reduced time from when a gap is identified to when a solution is deployed. • To increase program adaptability when new functionality is introduced • Doing this requires • Association between program management and supply chain between all the data of the systems • Automation of engineering processes to reduce time to solution • Begin architecture simulations earlier in lifecycle • Concept definition is validated earlier with MDSD and tooling supports standards • Systems and software development are done hand-in-hand Model Driven Systems Development (MDSD) is as collaborative & agile as the systems built !
Technology Need Simulations $ SystemArchitectureModel CostModels Performance Mod & Sim Frictionless Development Organization Concept Removing Friction • Linkage between Program Management, • Procurement,architecture and systems • Frictionless flow of information • Automation of the engineering and analysis processes • Information collaboration within Program including Supply Chain • Integrating all disciplines through enterprise artifacts • Tooling supports standards Global Enterprise Program Mission Statement Realization • Capability • Schedule • Cost • Risk Gaps Agile Tooling helps enterprise remove friction from the program
Use Modern Technology to Achieve a Paradigm Shift From • Execute • Break • Fix To • Manage • Adapt • Co-Align Future Past Tool Innovation - removes latency from program processes by providing real-time information access
EngineeringIPTs ProgramStaff ProgramManager Business &Contracts Org. Virtual Enterprise Info Repository IT&V IPT Client SubcontractorTeams Frictionless Information Flow: Allows Enterprise to Deliver Faster and Cheaper Processes and Tools for ALL Disciplines utilize the same Information Repository
Eclipse / RSA Enterprise Engineering Data Bus Information Integration and Process Automation across the Enterprise Adapters SoS Model Engineering Workflow Svcs Analysis Applications Engineering Data Repository Collaboration Systems Content & Imaging Web Services • Architecture • Views: DoDAF, MODAF, sysML, UML • Model-Driven CDRLs • Performance Requirements • iSight-F • WBI • Etc. • Technical • MatLab • NASTRAN • Foresight • Etc. • Cost • Risk • MSC SimMgr • Others • Lotus Notes • Microsoft Index Server • IBM Lotus Extended Search • Sametime • QuickPlace • Microsoft Exchange • DB2 CM Family • Domino.doc • Documentum • FileNet • Open Text • Stellent • Interwoven • Hummingbird
IBM Rational Rose/RoseRT UPDM (DoDAF) SysML Toolkit for IBM RSDP Level 1 A Standards Based Solution for Deploying Frictionless Model Driven Systems Development (MDSD) Tool Source- IBM- Embedded+- Telelogic Simulation Toolkit for IBM RSDP PDM System DoorKeeper Change Management Umbrella DK4RSDP • IBM Rational • - Systems Developer • Software Modeler • Software Architect IBM Rational ClearQuest Telelogic DOORS includes DK4CQ DK4Eclipse Eclipse Platform Project Management System Bridge DOORS to opencollaborative infrastructure Bridge DOORS to scalable CM infrastructure Tools for modelingand Integration
EngineeringIPTs ProgramStaff ProgramManager Business &Contracts Org. IT&V IPT Client SubcontractorTeams Frictionless Information Flow: Allows Enterprise to Deliver Faster and Cheaper Innovative MDSD reduces complexity and time-to-solution
Contact Information For more information, please contact: Paula Obeid Embeddedplus Engineering 480-517-9200 office 480-239-0660 cell www.embeddedplus.com email@example.com
Leverage SysML Constructs for DoDAF/MoDAF • Use of SysML blocks as the modular unit of structure to represent operational nodes, system nodes, systems, and other structural elements. This in turn enables the use of other SysML features such as flow ports, item flows, and value properties with units and distributions. • Use of SysML activities which includes extensions that support continuous flow modeling, activity hierarchies, and additional semantics to support enhanced functional flow block diagrams. • Use of SysML requirements that enable text based requirements to be captured and traced to other model elements using the satisfy, derive, verify and refine relationships. • Use of SysML parametrics that enable the integration of engineering analysis with the architecture models. In particular, the performance parameters in an SV-7 can be captured in parametric equations. • Use of SysML allocations to support various types of mappings. These are useful for modeling a variety of DoDAF and MODAF products such as an SV-5 that maps systems to capabilities or system functions to operational activities. • In addition, other features of SysML, such as the more formalized use of diagram frames and headers, labeling of compartments, and other features can be leveraged