Labnaf is a software and unified framework for visualizing your enterprise and for driving transformations.
It brings productivity, consistency and cross-discipline collaboration by merging and extending standards into one single process, modeling language and software.
Labnaf helps you understand your organization, envision its future, plan transformations and describe architecture solutions using multi-dimensional models, charts, analysis and reports.
The framework and the software are highly and easily customizable.
During this course, you will learn modeling with Labnaf and how to organize, share and reuse content throughout the repository content life-cycle.
OBJECTIVES OF THE TRAINING
What you will learn specifically:
· How to automatically optimize the user interface for Labnaf.
· How to create Labnaf diagrams to represent structure or connections.
· How to provide meaningful diagram names.
· How to change the type of an existing diagram.
· Multiple ways of creating Labnaf elements either one by one or in a row.
· Multiple ways of creating Labnaf connectors.
· How to generate connectors for child elements.
· How to manage connectors visibility on diagrams and prevent undesired connectors to appear.
· Understand how the repository is organized into portfolios, catalogs, elements and diagrams.
· How to manage the content structure and life-cycle from initial architecture work, to collaborative modeling, architecture approval, integration in the shared catalogs and updating architecture states (As-Is, Transition, To-be).
· How to create alternative architecture solutions
· Understand where to model what type of content
· Jump start modeling a specific model structure by reusing any part of the canonical folder structure
· Understand how the Labnaf productivity tools leverage the repository content organization during the architecture content life-cycle, including value calculation, diagram generation, Excel and CSV generation, Word, RTF and PDF generation, connector generation and HTML web site publication.
RESOURCES NEEDED FOR HANDS-ONS