Because open frameworks can be updated so seamlessly, they give defense organizations the ability to quickly keep pace with changing missions, emerging threats, and new technologies.
However, it’s difficult to achieve the benefits of open frameworks unless they are truly open, rather than in name only. It’s not enough to be open at the edges; the internal components of the frameworks must be open, too. To achieve this, true open frameworks use approaches that promote loose coupling and modularization. They also ensure that the concept of operations (CONOPS), business logic, and data models are not hardwired into the system.
By bringing together the collaborative power of mission experts, software experts, and users, organizations can create frameworks that will help them be more proactive and adaptive as they stay ahead of rapid change.
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