Advanced Capabilities for Information Development Deliverable Template
From MIKE2.0 Methodology
The Advanced Capabilities for Information Development task defines the need for more advanced capabilities in the area of Information Management. This includes both architectural implementations (e.g. reusable services) and more enabling technologies (e.g. modeling data in motion). In defining the future-state conceptual architecture, it is important to take note of the timeline when different capabilities will be deployed, as this should be represented in the final blueprint.
The goal should not to be to provide an exhaustive list and spend too much time on analysis, but to ensure that the major business requirements map to the functional capabilities.
Foundation Capabilities for Information Development are separated from advanced capabilities MIKE2.0 to ensure there is coverage of the basics. The model shown to the right is an example capability list.
Requirements Mapping Model
A simple requirements mapping model can be defined as shown to the right although use of a tools-based approach is generally better than the approach shown in this model. This is particularly important to accommodate change control and many-to-many relationship for requirements mapping.
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