Sparx Systems upgrades Enterprise Architect 7.5

Sparx Sytems recently announced the release of three new editions and an upgrade of its Unified Modeling Language (UML) based modeling and design tool, Enterprise Architect 7.5. Enterprise Architect is a modeling and design solution used for business, software

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and systems projects. Sparx announced that the upgraded version contains an expanded toolbox of modelers and designers, and provides new ways to analyze, design, manage, construct, test and deploy solutions.

In addition to the upgrade, Sparx released three new editions of Enterprise Architect, specifically meant to serve the business community, software developers and systems/hardware designers. The new "Suite" versions add domain-targeted executable code generation from UML Behavioral and Rule-based models, BPEL generation from BPMN 1.1 models and support for VHDL and Verilog. They also include plug-ins from Sparx Systems for SysML, DDS, DoDAF, TOGAF and MODAF. The familiar editions of Enterprise Architect have been reworked to streamline user experience.

This was first published in May 2009

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