Fifty Enterprise Architect Tricks

Modeling Service Oriented Architectures

50 Enterprise Architect Tricks is a unique collection of hints and tricks that can help advanced users discover time saving functionality and put new users on the fast track to becoming power users.

Containing concise, handy hints covering elements, diagrams, tagged values, connectors and many other advanced topics, 50 Enterprise Architect Tricks is a convenient reference that provides valuable insights – even for the most advanced user.

Designed to help beginners and experienced users alike.

"Thanks for putting this resource together. I am a pretty savvy EA user and there were definitely some eye openers in this book. Again, awesome job!" (Carol D, Pittsburgh)

Available in electronic and printed formats.

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Author: Peter Doomen

Modeling Service Oriented-Architectures: An Illustrated Example using Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect

Modeling Service Oriented Architectures

In our third E-book, author Doug Rosenberg (Founder and President of ICONIX Software Engineering, Inc) presents a practical approach to modeling Service-Oriented Architecture solutions from concept to code.

Using an illustrated example, the reader is guided through the 'hands-on' ICONIX Process Roadmap for Service-Oriented Architecture. Each step of the roadmap is brought to life using Enterprise Architect Business and Software Engineering edition to derive concrete deliverables from visual models.

The author helps us to understand key SOA concepts and demystifies the "acronym soup" surrounding service-oriented development. Topics covered in this E-book include: domain modeling, business rules identification, process modeling and storyboarding, generating web service interfaces from visual models, BPEL engineering and behavioral code generation.

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Download the E-book, Roadmap, Project Template and Rental Car example as a zip file

Author: Doug Rosenberg

Embedded Systems Development using SysML: An Illustrated Example using Enterprise Architect

Embedded Systems Development using SysML

Embedded Systems Development using SysML is not just an overview of the SysML modeling notation - it is a practical guide for systems engineers! Author Doug Rosenberg (CEO of ICONIX), provides a well defined approach to systems development, and applies it to a detailed example Audio Player system.

In this e-book, the author introduces a new roadmap for embedded systems development – ICONIX Process for Embedded Systems. Each step of the process is clearly explained, drawing upon the Audio Player model constructed in the Systems Engineering edition of Enterprise Architect.

Topics covered in the e-book include SysML modeling concepts such as requirements, block definition, system behaviour, parametrics, state charts and software implementation, as well as advanced capabilities of Enterprise Architect's Systems Engineering edition.

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Download the E-book, Roadmap, Project Template and Audio Player example as a zip file

Authors: Doug Rosenberg with Sam Mancerella

20 Terabytes a Night: Designing the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope's Image Processing Pipelines

LSST Book

Since 2002, Sparx Systems has benefitted by having ICONIX as a member of its Global Partner Program. ICONIX CEO Doug Rosenberg is a luminary in the field of Software Engineering and noted author. Over the years he has contributed valuable expertise, helping to ensure Enterprise Architect provides world-leading support for the ICONIX process.

At Sparx, we have enjoyed the ‘hands-on’ experience Doug has related to us from years of successfully applying the ICONIX process to projects in industry. We’d like to share some of these insights with the broader Enterprise Architect community.

In this e-Book, we asked Doug to distill his experiences and lessons-learned from the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) project. The sheer size and complex nature of LSST, bring a unique set of challenges and a massive software modeling endeavor. However, the unchanging principles behind use of model abstractions, UML and the ICONIX process remain beneficial in such an undertaking, as highlighted throughout this account. We hope you also enjoy and benefit from Doug’s shared experience on the amazing LSST project!

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Authors: Doug Rosenberg with Matt Stephens