Course Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect

In the course Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect, participants learn to use the Enterprise Architect tool for system, architecture and business process modeling. The latest and most comprehensive version of Enterprise Architect is used in the course.

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  • Course Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect : Content

    Intro Enterprise Architect

    The course Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect starts with an overview of the structure of projects with views, models, packages, diagrams, elements and connectors. Also the most important features of Enterprise Architect are discussed such as links versus instances, requirements capturing, documentation generation, reverse engineering, database modeling and support for Model Driven Architecture.

    Requirements and Use Cases

    The course follows the development cycle of an application where the requirements are the starting point. Many diagrams in Enterprise Architect are based on the universal modeling language UML. For example, attention is paid to Use Case diagrams that describe the use of a system from an external actor.

    Domain Modeling

    Furthermore domain modeling with class and object diagrams and relationships between classes such as association, aggregation, composition and generalization are treated. The static structure of a system is the main focus here. Attention is also paid to the important difference between links and instances in Enterprise Architect. And also discussed is how you can map a model to data base tables with a live database connection.

    Interaction Modeling

    Then it is time for the treatment of Interaction Modeling with an emphasis on the dynamic aspects of systems. Typical diagrams such as sequence diagrams and collaboration diagram that are the realizations of the Use Cases are discussed here.

    MDG Technologies

    Enterprise Architect supports numerous modeling languages ​​for specific applications out of the box. For example the MDG (Model Driven Generation) technologies for Archimate, SysML and SoaML are supported and discussed. Special attention is also paid to Business Process Modeling. It is shown how business processes can be carried out by means of simulations.

    MDA Transformations

    Finally attention is paid to how Enterprise Architect provides support for Model Driven Architecture and the associated transformations. The difference between the Platform Independent Model (PIM) and Platform Specific Model and code generations to different languages are discussed.

  • Course Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect : Training

    Audience Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect Course

    The course Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect is intended for software engineers, software architects and other future users of Enterprise Architect.

    Prerequisites Course Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect

    To join the course Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect basic knowledge of UML and object orientation is desirable.

    Realization Training Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect

    The theory is discussed by means of presentation slides. The concepts are illustrated with demos and there is opportunity to practice. The course material is in English. The course times are from 9.30 up and to 16.30.

    Certification Enterprise Architect

    Participants receive an official certificate Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect after successful completion of the course.

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  • Course Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect : Modules

    Module 1 : EA Intro

    Module 2 : Requirements and Use Cases

    Module 3 : Domain Modeling

    What is Enterprise Architect?
    UML Modeling Tool of Choice
    Share Models
    Capture Requirements
    Generate Documentation
    Code Generation
    Reverse Engineering
    MDA Transformations
    Model Databases
    Link EA to IDE's
    MDG Technologies
    Understanding Requirements
    Vision Documents
    Functional Requirements
    Non-Functional Requirements
    Requirements Classification
    Use Cases and Actors
    System Context Diagram
    Identifying Use Cases
    Structuring Use Case Model
    include and extends
    Conceptual Classes
    UML Notation and Classes
    Roles in Associations
    Generalization and Specialization
    Aggregation and Composition
    Mapping to Databases
    Live Databases Connections
    Mapping to XML Schema

    Module 4 : Interaction Diagrams

    Module 5 : MDG Technologies

    Module 6 : MDA Transformations

    Realizing Requirements
    From Analysis to Design
    Object Sequence Diagrams
    Responsibilities and Methods
    Class Responsibilities
    Class Collaborations
    Interaction Modeling
    Collaboration Diagrams
    Translate System Operations
    Diagram Notations
    Sequence Diagrams
    MDG Products
    MDG Technologies
    Business Process Modeling
    BPM Simulations
    Architecture Modeling
    Standard Models
    MDG for Testing
    Gang of Four Patterns
    What is MDA?
    MDA Directions
    MDA Helicopter View
    Platform Models
    Basic Principles of MDA
    Building MDA Applications
    Platform Specific Model
    Marking a Model
    Model Transformations
    Generate Implementation
    Supported Languages
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