Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect for model-based design

Supporting a wide range of modeling standards, Enterprise Architect can be used for model-based design of software, architectures, and business processes. Enterprise Architect's particular strengths are evident in environments where no specialized lifecycle tools are in use.

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UML modeling of software systems

Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect provides a graphical environment for modeling software with UML including support for all model types defined in UML 2.5. Many widely used programming languages are supported, such as Ada, C and C++, C#, Visual Basic, Java, and more.

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Modeling beyond software

With support for SysML, BPMN, and other open standards, Enterprise Architect also enables the modeling of system architectures and business processes surrounding the software systems being developed.

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Integrated support for other lifecycle disciplines

Enterprise Architect also includes capabilities for requirements, change, and project management, as well as for testing and document generation. If other specialized tools are already in use, such as IBM DOORS Next, it is advisable to also consider alternative modeling solutions, for which seamless cross-tool integration has already been field-tested many times.

Short access time with large models

Enterprise Architect's repository is optimized to minimize access times. Even very large models load within seconds, and editing response times are very short.

Support for a range of standards

Enterprise Architect supports a wide range of domain-specific standards. There is only one single tool used across multiple domains, providing you with a fully integrated, unified view of your business, software, systems, and processes.

Modeling for databases

Enterprise Architect includes a data modeling profile as an extension to UML. Use this profile to intuitively establish relationships between UML elements and database elements, and to model relational database functions. Many widely used database management systems are supported, including DB2, Informix, MySQL, Ingres, Oracle, PostgreSQL, MS SQL Server, and more.

Short access time with large models

Enterprise Architect's repository is optimized to minimize access times. Even very large models load within seconds, and editing response times are very short.

Support for a range of standards

Enterprise Architect supports a wide range of domain-specific standards. There is only one single tool used across multiple domains, providing you with a fully integrated, unified view of your business, software, systems, and processes.

Modeling for databases

Enterprise Architect includes a data modeling profile as an extension to UML. Use this profile to intuitively establish relationships between UML elements and database elements, and to model relational database functions. Many widely used database management systems are supported, including DB2, Informix, MySQL, Ingres, Oracle, PostgreSQL, MS SQL Server, and more.

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For model-based development of complex systems, embedded into an environment of highly specialized and powerful engineering tools, many of our customers also rely on solutions based on IBM Engineering Systems Design Rhapsody. These are:

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