Release Date: Dec 19, 2016
Learn visually, navigate and develop deliverables for each development Phases. Using 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.
Visual Paradigm Enterprise provides 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.
Represents the time frame of individual sub-projects and the critical transitions, using a migration roadmap. You can also indicate the moment when a project reviewed and investment will take place throughout the project life-cycle. As well as presenting the project triggers through the production of deliverables.
Drill down from process activities to development steps for deliverable composition, Visual Paradigm Enterprise allows you to adopt 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.
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.
Visual Paradigm Enterprise support all the standard catalog of ArchiMate 3.0 and 2.0 Viewpoints. You can also customize your own viewpoints to fit your specific needs. Customizing can be done with just a few clicks.
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.
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.
Create models to support architecture development, using the ArchiMate enterprise modeling language. ArchiMate supports all the graphical notations you need to model businesses, information systems and physical technology architectures, and their inter-relationships.
Visual Paradigm 14.0 features a number of project management tools and models that enable your team to assess your team's capabilities and strengths, plan and schedule development activities.
Implementation Plan shows how a software project will evolve at a high level. It ensures that development team is working to deliver results that meet the customers' needs on time.
A popular project management tool used to represent, schedule and coordinate tasks involved in a project. In a PERT chart, tasks are represented as a network of nodes. The direction of connectors among tasks indicates and reflects the sequence of tasks.
What is the capability level of your development team? Which part of your team requires strengthening or optimization? What are the focus areas that will support your development activities? By creating a maturity model, you can easily find answers to all these questions.
Drag & drop and auto layout drawers in the cabinet, or visually drop documents or references for further viewing and achieving in the drawers - Documentation Cabinet provides a visual configurable repository for documentation taxonomy along with color coding.
Want to visually denote a type of shapes such as 'High Priority Tasks'? Color legend allows you to instantly indicate and recognize the grouping/types of shapes. Quickly glance over at what the shapes are about, without having to create additional shapes for grouping.
Stay up to date with any user story and be notified via email upon changes made by others.
The administrator interface of Teamwork Server and VPository has been completely redesigned. Now with a fresh new look to improve navigation and to seamlessly manage your projects and members in the cloud/local Teamwork Server.
Organize and manage your projects by grouping them together into different folders.
Configure and manage your server settings quickly using our new and improved interface. The new menus on the left focus on options, which you may access the most often.
Teamwork Server and VPository support clients who uses SAML identity provider. You can now perform SAML authentication through SAML identity providers like Okta and Microsoft Azure (or any other SAML 2.0 identity providers).
Illustrate solution concepts by drawing business concept diagrams.
Teamwork users can now add project reference to, and not limited to another teamwork project, but a specific revision of a teamwork project. This is particularly useful when you need to associate your design with an earlier version of work.
Want a more efficient task management support? With the tasks listed under the Task tab of a user story, you can see all the to-do work at a glance. Of course you can also plan and manage development activities by creating tasks there.
The Matrix diagram has been enhanced to support a new Directory View that lists elements in a hierarchical structure.
Visual Paradigm brings enhanced scaling for systems running at higher DPI (dots per inch) settings, ensuring the consistency of interface fonts, visual components and layout.
Business Rule Grid represents rules in a list. A business rule is a statement that describes a business policy or procedure. Rule Grid is an ideal tool for accommodating a large amount of business rules in a manageable manner.
Decision Table provides a neat representation of business rules and regulations. Its tabular layout makes complicated rules crystal clear to everyone, making it an ideal reference for business and system logic.
Fact Diagram provides a graphical view of the core concepts of a business (known as "term") and their logical connections (known as "facts"). It helps to structure business knowledge and communicate more effectively with other project stakeholders across the entire organization.