Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Some Good Reference Modeling Material courtesy of Sparx

MDA/SOA/UML Articles Author Description Link
Documenting the Component-and-Connector Views of Software Architectures Adrián Anacleto, Epidata Consulting Presents a UML profile and UML patterns for documenting the component-and-connector views of software architectures. Link
An Add-In for UN/CEFACT’s Modeling Methodology 2.0 Philipp Liegl, Thomas Motal and Rainer Schuster Discusses inter-organizational business process definition using the UMM Add-in for Enterprise Architect. Link
Enterprise Architecture for Architecture Driven Planning Terry Merriman, OAD Consulting, Inc. Discusses the role of Architecture Driven Planning and UML for Enterprise Architecture Link
Reuse and Return on your Analysis Investment Doreen Evans Associates, Inc. The benefits and employment of use cases across the system development lifecycle via a multi-level approach to use case development Link
Leveraging Analysis for User Acceptance Testing Doreen Evans Associates, Inc. Leveraging use cases developed during the analysis stages for accurate and rapid user acceptance testing Link
SOA Business Analysis Alex Jouravlev Discusses the Abstraction approach to business analysis in SOA, common challenges in implementing SOA and the role of modeling tools to meet these challenges. Link
Realizing CMMI® using Enterprise Architect and UML for Process Improvement Jack Hunnicutt and Ramsay Millar Addresses the approach and resulting benefits of employing UML to integrate work products with Sparx Systems' Enterprise Architect to achieve CMMI Maturity Level 2. Link
Aligning IT with the changes using UML and BMM on a Goal-Driven Service Oriented Architecture (GD-SOA) Birol Berkem Presents the steps of the Goal-Driven Development Process on a case study using Enterprise Architect, a UML 2 compliant case tool. Link

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