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sparxsystems

Sparx Systems


99 Albert Street
Creswick,
Victoria
3363
Australia
P: +61 3 5345 1140
F: +61 3 5345 1104
 
Sparx Systems specializes in high performance and scalable visual modeling tools for the planning, design and construction of software intensive systems. A Contributing Member of the Object Management Group (OMG), Sparx Systems is committed to realizing the potential of model-driven development based on open standards. The company’s flagship product, Enterprise Architect, has received numerous accolades since its commercial release in August, 2000. Enterprise Architect is the design tool of choice for over 380,000 registered users world-wide.
Tuesday, 09 February 2010 00:27

Enterprise Architect 8.0 Beta Release!

Sparx Systems is proud to announce the beta release of Enterprise Architect version 8.0. This beta  release introduces many new tools and technologies including powerful structured use case scenario  editing, workflow scripts, new UPDM  support, dynamic filters for diagrams, robust service-based key management and much more!
 
Go to http://www.sparxsystems.com/products/betas.html for more information and download

The Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect Community Site has undergone significant changes to support a better workflow and user experience, including a new process for revising published articles, interface design and support for new file types including video. Many of these changes have been in response to community feedback.

If you have any additional feedback please complete the form below:
http://community.sparxsystems.com/help/feedback

Editing a Published Article

Several authors requested the ability to be able to modify a published document.  Authors can now make changes to a published document by simply selecting the 'Workflow' tab and submitting a 'New Revision'. Your current, published document will remain live until your updated submission is approved and published by Sparx Systems. The new revision process provides authors with greater flexibility and control over published material.

New File Types Supported

The Community Site now provides support for .AVI,  .PPT and XML files.  Authors may now submit new and exciting content such as XML search definitions, presentations, seminars, video tutorials, interviews, video case studies and much more.  Rich media and XML support will allow the community to better showcase Enterprise Architect.

Interface Design Enhancements

The content submission interface has been given an overhaul to improve the layout and visual design.  Changes include a new theme and color palette, bread-crumbs, context sensitive help, section highlights and improved labeling.

Password Removed

The user name and password for the Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect Community Site has been removed to provide easier site access.

Submission Guidelines

Sparx Systems has worked in consultation with the community to develop a comprehensive set of submission guidelines that will help guide authors through the submission process.

For more information please examine the full submission guidelines below:

http://community.sparxsystems.com/help/how-do-i-contribute-community-resources/submission-guidelines

Sparx Systems is pleased to announce the creation of an innovative new "Sparx Systems Community Site" that provides access to free tutorials, white papers, case studies and community resources. This gives you access to download high quality resources that can help you become more productive and save time. With access to everything from model patterns, introductory tutorials and thought provoking white papers, the Community Site is an invaluable on-line resource to Enterprise Architect professionals around the world.

January 2010, The Dublin Port Company undertook a model based approach to enhance IT systems development as a pilot for the EFFORTS framework – an initiative to improve the competitiveness of European port operations. Discover how the team visualized processes and dependencies in Enterprise Architect to quickly develop an understanding of the problem domain and target system.

BAE Systems won a unique managed service contract in 2007, to maintain the UK's Royal Naval Command and Control system. BAE Systems' project team with Sparx Systems' partner ObjektDev, undertook a large-scale migration of the Navy's legacy system. Using Enterprise Architect, the project employed advanced model-driven approaches to improve productivity and keep the project ahead of schedule.

The AD4 Consortium needed to improve both the quality and safety aspects of the development of Air-Traffic Management systems. Challenged with geographically distributed development and targeting multiple execution platforms, the AD4 project team used Enterprise Architect as an integral part of its tool chain – providing the backbone for MDA adoption within the project.

The LSST project included a critical design challenge to accommodate high-intensity processing of massive data sets, complex development across 10 locations and full traceability of requirements at science, system and sub-system levels. Using Enterprise Architect and ICONIX process, the LSST team successfully completed its second annual Data Challenge, preceding telescope construction in 2010.

Sunday, 06 September 2009 23:00

DMV Virginia - CSI Systems Redesign Project

The Department of Motor Vehicles Virginia (DMV), is undertaking a top-priority, multi-year redesign project to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its services, by integrating processes behind three of its major business areas: driver, vehicle and motor carrier services. Learn how the DMV leveraged Enterprise Architect to reach cost-effective and highly traceable re-engineering milestones.

Wednesday, 27 May 2009 23:00

ESRI - Location Based Service Delivery

Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) is a world leader in Geographic Information System applications. Using Enterprise Architect, ESRI Professional Services (EPS) worked with a leading retail firm to successfully develop and deploy a wireless workforce management system. Learn why EPS has standardized on Enterprise Architect as its tool of choice for object modeling.

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