As modern systems become increasingly complex, the need for Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) emerges rapidly from many organizations’ search to understand different design tools and methodologies. MBSE is now popular even outside of Aerospace and Department of Defense programs. At the same time, software development demands to be quick, agile, and cheap. Coupled with the need to address testing, delivery, fielding, and operations of the systems early in the design process, programs usually face an insurmountable task of integrating all of the best engineering practices. In this series of articles, I will walk you through how I adapted my modeling methodology to accommodate my former organization’s need to implement Agile DevOps.
To set the context, I was one of the lead systems engineers on a large military aircraft program. My responsibilities included architecting a thread of system features related to the aircraft’s control, guidance, and navigation. During program execution, the Software organization sometimes took over the role of systems engineering and management. And so, we started to get acquainted with agile and DevOps.
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