Visual Paradigm Enterprise v16.0 Build 20190861 ThinApped

Visual Paradigm Enterprise v16.0 Build 20190861 ThinApped

Visual Paradigm Enterprise v16.0 Build 20190861 ThinApped
Visual Paradigm Enterprise v16.0 Build 20190861 ThinApped


Capture functional requirements with UML use case diagram tool. Each use case in a use case diagram represents a high level business goal that yields a measurable result of business values. (UML) Actors are connected with use cases to represent the roles that interact with the functions.

Class Diagram
The UML modeling tool lets you model the structure of system by modeling its classes, their attributes and operations in a UML class diagram. UML class diagram is a blueprint of the classes (code level) required to build a software system. Programmers implement a software system with the help of both the class diagram and the class specification.

Sequence Diagram
Visualize the interactions between users, systems and sub-systems over time through message passing between objects or roles. If class diagram represents the skeleton of classes by showing their attributes and methods, UML sequence diagram complete the classes by representing the programming logic to be filled in methods' body.

Communication Diagram
Collaboration between objects in runtime can be modeled in the UML tool, with a UML communication diagram. In a communication diagram, objects, called lifelines, are connected to represent the need of communication during the execution of an interaction. Messages can be added on top of the connectors to list the calls made from and to those lifelines.

Activity Diagram
Use UML activity diagram, a flowchart-based diagram to model the flow of control. Partition actions according to the type of participant involved.

State Machine Diagram
State machine diagram is a critical design model for event-driven systems. Well-designed state machine shows accurately the essential states of objects as well as the triggers of state change, which facilitates the development of error-free state machine.

Component Diagram
Components diagrams are used to model the structure of systems by showing how little parts of the system gear up in forming a bigger part, or forming the entire software systems.

Deployment Diagram
Models the physical deployment of software components with UML deployment diagram. In deployment diagram, hardware components (e.g. web server, mail server, application server) are presented as nodes, with the software components that run inside the hardware components presented as artifacts.

Package Diagram
Arrange and organize model for large-scale project with package diagrams. Package diagram is also good in visualizing structure and dependency between sub-systems or modules.

Object Diagram
View a snapshot of instances of classifiers in UML class diagrams. Similar to class diagrams, object diagrams show the static design of a system from a prototypical perspective.

Composite Structure Diagram
Visualize the internal structure of a class or collaboration with UML composite structure diagram. Model a system from a micro point-of-view using UML composite structure diagram.

Timing Diagram
Timing diagrams model the behavior of objects throughout a given period of time. It is a commonly used UML tool for designing real-time and distributed systems. Just drag to move a time unit back and forth. Have a timing frame updated automatically according to your change.

Interaction Overview Diagram
View the sequence of interactions with UML interaction overview diagram. Interaction overview diagram helps represent complex scenario that involve multiple interactions presented as multiple UML sequence diagrams.

Model Element Referencing

Add diagrams, shapes, model elements as internal references
Make internal links between different kinds of project artifacts. Those references work both in Visual Paradigm and in any document and Web contents generated from your design.

Add business documents as external references
Maintain reference between software design and the business documents to help find out why a design decision was made.

Mark in shape body when have reference added
Glance over a design. The tiny marker that appear in shapes' body indicates that the shapes have references added.

Reference model element in description
Insert model element references to rich text description. The referenced model elements will be linked and highlighted.

TOGAF ADM Process Navigator
Learn visually, navigate and develop deliverables for each TOGAF ADM phase. Our TOGAF software allows you to use the standard TOGAF® ADM diagram to traverse and get your enterprise architect growing intuitively without going back and fourth with stacks of documentation and standard references.

Actionable Guided Process
Our TOGAF software provides enterprise architects visual and actionable activities for developing all the deliverables for the entire TOGAF Architecture Development Method (ADM) with instructions, modeling tools, samples, guidelines and techniques.

Deliverable Composer
Drill down from process activities to development steps for deliverable composition, Visual Paradigm lets you take the recommended steps for performing the deliverable development. Or alternatively, architect can have the freedom to customize the content of any section by inserting text or diagrams whenever it is desirable.

Auto Versioning And Deliverable Generation
All your work will be saved with versioning from different teams as the architecture work progresses. You can generate deliverable upon the completion of a deliverable activities.

Shape Legend
Create the right type of shapes quickly through the use of the shape legend. It's just a drag-and-drop to create a shape from shape legend and you're done. It also ensures the correctness of your work since it only displays the element type available under the selected viewpoint for the diagram.

Color Legend
Now you use shape legend as a form of annotation illustrating diagram shape being used, you can also create diagrams with a set of pre-defined shapes for a specific viewpoint. This way you can focus on shapes that are important for that particular viewpoint without being distracted by the huge collection of shapes for visual modeling language.

Reuse Elements with Model Extractor
Save time from unnecessary re-work, meanwhile improving the efficiency of progress, through re-using the same elements across architecture models. As part of the shape legend, the model extractor will analyse your project and lists out the existing elements that can be re-used in current design. Choose, confirm, and that's it! No more re-work.

Architecture And Documentation Repository
Visual Paradigm allows you to configure the standard TOGAF architecture repository structure or any other kinds of documentation taxonomy as needed for your organization by configuring, categorizing, drag & drop files visually to the documentation cabinet.

Develop your own map of actionable work items
Flexibly configure your own development process in a two dimensional work item map. Simply configure the columns and rows of the map, and then add the work items you need into the map. We provide a rich set of work items that support most, if not all, typical IT projects and processes, covering PMBOK, TOGAF, project management, BMM, etc. All the work items are actionable. Process worker follow the steps and instructions defined in each work item to get the process done.

Simply AGILE - Just-in-Time, Just-Enough
Need to adopt an agile development process? You can build a map in an agile fashion! Instead of adding all the work items into process map upfront, just form an initial map with the work items required at the beginning, and gradually add more as your project progresses. Just in time, just enough!

Work items for data collection
Work items mainly serve two purposes: Process data collection and problem analysis.

Collection of process data is achieved by using work items that support form-filling, like the figure shown below. Typical examples of form-filling work items include project charter, issue log, lessons learned report. All the work items are well-designed and ready-to-use. You can include them in your process map without further customization needed.

Work items for analysis
A typical use case of work items is for problem analysis (e.g. cost benefit analysis, maturity analysis). This kind of work items provide process workers with steps and instructions needed to conduct an end-to-end analysis. The finding of analysis will then be summarized and feed into a deliverable to be generated.

Massive work items help you start quickly
Hundreds of well-designed actionable work items are available to help you get started in developing your own process map instantly. Simply drag the work items from the gallery onto your map and that's it! We provide a rich set of work items that cover different processes and problem domain, which include TOGAF® ADM activities, PMBOK® and other general project management activities.

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