Introduction to Enterprise Architect, UML Modeling Tool
The UML Tool Guide
Enterprise Architect is a Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tool for designing and constructing software systems, for business process modeling, and for more generalized modeling purposes.
This UML tool is based on the latest UML 2.1 specification (see www.omg.org). UML defines a visual language that is used to model a particular domain or system (either proposed or existing).
Enterprise Architect is a progressive tool that covers all aspects of the development cycle, providing full traceability from the initial design phase through to deployment and maintenance. It also provides support for testing and change control.
What differentiates Enterprise Architect from other UML tools?
- Comprehensive UML 2.1-based modeling
- Built-in Requirements Management
- Extensive Project Management support, including resources, metrics and testing
- Testing support: test cases, JUnit and NUnit support
- Flexible documentation options: HTML and Rich-Text (RTF) report writers
- Code engineering support for many languages out of the box
- An integrated Debug Workbench for profiling executable Java and .Net applications, instantiating run-time model objects and recording sequence diagrams from a stack trace
- Extendable modeling environment that can host user-defined profiles and technologies
- Speed: Enterprise Architect is a spectacularly fast performer
- Scalability: Enterprise Architect can handle extremely large models and many concurrent users with ease
- Price: Enterprise Architect is priced to outfit the entire team, making collaboration and team development a real possibility.
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