The CDD Environment Architecture
The Capability-Driven Development (CDD) methodology is supported by the CDD environment, a set of tools that allow design and deployment of capabilities. The environment is constructed to support the CDD method by providing the functionality to model the capabilities and their contexts. Moreover, the environment also receives run-time support for the monitoring and adjustments of capabilities. The run-time functionality is meant to work in tandem with existing IT systems that an organization already has invested in. Thus, the environment tools have several interfaces that allow them to work together and with external systems. This chapter describes the main features of the CDD environment tools and their interfaces. Examples are given for each of the tools.
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