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The News section is used to submit information on all the latest Sparx Systems news, awards, upcoming events, partner offerings and updates. Use this link to submit the latest news, events and examples of Enterprise Architect in the media.

Friday, 28 June 2013 07:16

Sparx Systems Named in SD Times 100

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Sparx Systems is proud to announce it has been named to the SD Times 100 list for the fifth consecutive year. The list, which recognizes the top leaders and innovators in software development, awarded Sparx Systems in the ALM and Development Tools category. Geoffrery Sparks commented on the award recognition, "We have worked hard to offer a platform that delivers power to the modeler and helps realize the potential of model driven engineering, so it is especially pleasing to receive this recognition of our dedication.” The SD Times Editorial Board in its announcement stated, “Since 2003, the editors of SD…
We are proud to announce a new version of EnArPower Tools, the must-have extension for all Enterprise Architect power users. Version 2 of EnArPower Tools contains the “Package Dependency Generator“. It automatically generates dependencies between different packages and visualize them by creating a package diagram. Especially when reverse engineering applications with Enterprise Architect, this plug-in helps you to discover and better understand the structure of your system. Being aware of dependencies inside the systems’ components is crucial for maintaining or migrating the system. A dependency is generated if an element is directly connected (associations, generalizations, etc.) to an element of…
Thursday, 20 June 2013 00:39

OMG Technical Meeting Berlin

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Sparx Systems a long standing member and sponsor of the OMG is attending the current working group meeting in Berlin. This technical meeting provides IT architects, business analysts, government experts, vendors and end-users a neutral forum to discuss, develop and adopt standards that enable software interoperability for a wide range of industries. The Berlin meeting has over 300 attendees and Sparx Systems has several partners attending. These include Lieber Lieber, Ability Engineering, transentis and Trisotech. More information about these partners can be found at: http://www.sparxsystems.com/partners
Topic: Architectural Thinking - Balancing Theory & PracticeDate: Thursday, 11th July 2013 Time: 16.00 - 17.30 Venue: Cliftons, Canberra RSVP: Please join the Canberra-EAUG Meetup Group to RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Come along to our next Enterprise Architect User Group where Brad McCusker is going to address the central topic of public sector complexity, specifically looking at social, intuitional and information complexity. Brad will very briefly show the set of kernel theories that were used to develop the extended architectural model that is built on Sparx Enterprise Architect. He will show how the closed loop model can be used to integrate…
Topic: Enterprise Architecture in the Cloud Date: Thursday, 18th July 2013 Time: 16.00 - 17.30 Venue: Travelodge Hotel, Wellington RSVP: Please join the Wellington-EAUG Meetup Group to RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Come along to our next Enterprise Architect User Group where Martin Ehrenstein will walk you through cloud based architecture and architecture patterns. He will explain why working in the cloud is beneficial, but also share some limitations around the security arrangements and firewalls. Martin will show you some of his favourtie architecture patterns...more> Drinks and nibbles will be provided at the conclusion of the presentation - we look forward to…
Topic: Implementing a Pragmatic Enterprise ContinuumDate: Thursday, 4th July 2013 Time: 16.00 - 17.30 Venue: Catch Software, Level 3, 300 Queen Street, Auckland RSVP: Please join the Auckland-EAUG Meetup Group to RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Come along to our next Enterprise Architect User Group where Derek Cope will define the purpose of enterprise architecture and explain its importance for business strategy. He will show you a number of enterprise frameworks and architecture practices. You will come away from this User Group with inspiration on business planning, goals...... more> Drinks and nibbles will be provided at the conclusion of the presentation -…
Wednesday, 19 June 2013 00:00

Capability-based Planning using Enterprise Architect

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This morning I saw a survey from a worldwide modeling tool vendor which inquired about the perception that people have of Capability-based Planning, capabilities, capability maps, processes vs capability maps, etc... Capabilities are becoming the hot topics of the industry. They can be used to do: Planning Enterprise architecture Process design Benchmarking Activity Base Accounting (ABC) Software evaluations etc... Insurance Frameworks are making available to all insurance/wealth management clients, Sparx resellers and Sparx VARs an extensive Capability Map for the insurance and wealth management industry. It can even be applicable to the banking industry. Contrary to other modelling tool vendors,…
Friday, 07 June 2013 05:54

Sparx Systems Supports GML

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The Geography Markup Language (GML), adopted as an International Standard (ISO19136) in 2007, is an XML grammar used to express geographical features. As a modeling language for geographic systems, GML also serves as encoding to transport and store geographic information. The inter-dependancy of energy management and supply, geospatial and architecture, engineering and construction sectors is a factor that is essential to the success of the SmartGrid. Standards enable data interoperability between the stakeholders and the OASIS eMIX (Energy Market Information Exchange) standard uses the OGC Geography Markup Language (GML) Encoding Standard. The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) CIM (Common Information Model)…
Thursday, 06 June 2013 13:33

SysML Online Classes & MBSE Workshop

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We noticed many teams thrash around trying to figure out Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) on their own? So we are offering some help and guidance. Please read this! And we are bundling an MBSE workshop with our SysML course this month. Please see offer below. The OMG Systems Modeling Language (SysML) 2day Intensive US$ 779 Wed, Jun 19 to Thu, Jun 20, 2013 2-day Instructor-led, hands-on online course Uses Enterprise Architect (EA) v.10 What you will LEARN REGISTER NOW Workshop: Implement Highly Effective MBSE - A 7-Part Strategy US$ 1,299 Wed, Jun 26 to Thu, Jun 27, 2013 2-day Expert-led,…
Tuesday, 04 June 2013 20:49

Feedback from the EA User Group London 2013

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I went to the first EAUG (Enterprise Architect User Group) on the 15th of May, where around 100 people from the EA community of users and experts gathered in London. I summarised in this article a selection of talks I attended: "Modeling Software Intensive Systems" by Doug Rosenberg from ICONIX, hinting the concept of SwissML (SysML + UML) to reach the same amount of specifications for both software and hardware blocks of an embedded system. Doug discussed about the incompatibility of agile software development processes in a context where the delivered software is not the final product, but part of…
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