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Free UML modeling environment from Telelogic

Posted in General,testing tool by testing in London on January 3, 2007

From American Digital Networks

Telelogic, a leading provider of software solutions that align advanced systems and software development with business objectives, has announced the release of Telelogic Modeler(TM), a free Unified Modeling Language(TM) (UML(TM)) design environment for engineers, designers, testers and developers of embedded, real-time, and enterprise IT applications. The tool substantially increases the opportunity for companies to start to increase productivity and shorten design cycles. It can be downloaded from http://www.telelogic.com/modeling/modeler.

Telelogic Modeler can be customised to include a user’s domain-specific terminology. Based on UML 2.1 profiling, this advanced Modeler capability gives users an extremely flexible design solution for a wide range of industries. Additionally, Modeler promotes the future reuse of intellectual property by allowing designs created in Modeler to be migrated to Telelogic’s Rhapsody and Tau Model-Driven Development (MDD) environments. These leading products support the use of advanced MDD functions such as simulation, automatic code generation of the complete application, requirements traceability, and model-based testing. For a nominal fee, development teams that use Modeler across multiple design configurations can upgrade to Telelogic Modeler Corporate Edition, which includes interfaces to popular configuration management products, such as Telelogic Synergy(TM), and full customer support.
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  1. No Magic, Inc. said,

    Good post.. Keep on posting


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