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Business Service Modelling in a Nutshell

Partner-led By: finius GmbH
Wednesday, 26 April 2017
01:00 PM BST, 02:00 PM CEST
Die finius GmbH hat über die letzten Jahre eine Methode entwickelt, die es Unternehmen ermöglicht, ihre gewachsenen Prozesslandschaften in eine zukunftsfähige serviceorientierte Architektur zu wandeln. Der Fokus dieser Methode liegt auf der Konzeption und Modellierung einer fachlichen Service Architektur, getrieben nicht von der IT sondern von den Geschäftsbereichen.

Dieses Webinar erläutert die Motivation um aus einer tayloristischen Prozesskultur eine fachlich getriebene Servicearchitektur zu entwickeln. Unter Zuhilfenahme der UML Erweiterung SobaML ® wird demonstriert, wie man im Business Service Modelling vorgehen kann um erste fachliche Services innerhalb des Unternehmens zu identifizieren und zu modellieren.

The session demonstrates
  • Evolution des Fachservices
  • Was ist eine Architektur
  • Identifikation von Fachservices
  • Modellierung mit SobaML®
The session is hosted by Pierre Wienke, Senior Consultant at finius GmbH
Business Service Modelling in a Nutshell

Pierre ist seit 2016 Senior Consultant bei finius. Hauptsächlich ist er einer der Architekten der methodischen Vorgehensweise von Business Service Modelling und mitverantwortlich für die Konzeption und Durchführung der Trainings.

Bevor er bei finius diese Aufgaben übernahm war er als IT Spezialist, Business Analyst und Projektleiter in verschiedenen Unternehmen der Finanzbranche tätig und legt seit mehreren Jahren seinen Fokus auf modellbasierte Anforderungs- und Prozessanalyse und Geschäftsarchitekturen.

Creating Templates in Cameo Collaborator

Thursday, 20 April 2017
03:00 PM BST, 09:00 AM CDT, 10:00 AM EDT, 04:00 PM CEST

Cameo Collaborator is the web-based product designed to present models in a simplified form for stakeholders, sponsors, customers, and engineering teams. The product makes it easy for users to review models and diagrams in a transparent, collaborative environment – keeping the entire project team up to date on any changes made to the model.

In real life, organizations using model-based solutions need to publish models in they own way. Thus, it is vital for them to have tools, which enable to create custom templates for publishing these models. In this webinar, you will learn how to create custom templates for publishing models to Cameo Collaborator, by utilizing the modeling infrastructure.

The session demonstrates
  • Main concepts
  • Organizing template structure
  • Gathering contents (what and how)
  • Applying template

The presentation takes about fifty minutes and the question-answer section – about ten. The audience are able to submit questions in a written form throughout the webinar.

The session is hosted by Jovaldas Januskevicius, Systems Analyst at No Magic Europe
Creating Templates in Cameo Collaborator
Jovaldas works on research and development of the Cameo Collaborator templates engine. For more than 15 years of experience, he has gained a lot of knowledge in software development, and now has a large expertise in software and systems engineering, model-based enterprise architecture solutions, business process modeling techniques and adopting modeling solutions for enterprise level organizations.

Jovaldas has experience as the Analyst Team Lead at Alna Software, one of the largest IT companies in Lithuania, that builds custom IT Solutions for public sector organizations.

Jovaldas has a master degree from Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania), and also is OMG Certified UML And Business Process Management professional.

Scelta di un Approccio MBSE: Qualche Idea di "Best Practices" in Ingegneria di Sistemi

Partner-led By: Carmelo Tommasi
Wednesday, 05 April 2017
03:00 PM BST, 09:00 AM CDT, 10:00 AM EDT, 04:00 PM CEST

Oggigiorno, l'MBSE (Model Based System Engineering, ovvero l'Ingegneria di Sistemi basata su Modellazione) è resa possibile dal SysML (System Modeling Language).

Tuttavia il SysML non costituisce né un framework architetturale, né una metodologia. Ciò apre una discussione su come strutturare il modello, che viste costruire, quali manufatti produrre e in quale sequenza. Ogni società tratta questi argomenti in modo diverso. Le organizzazioni che non osservano l'approccio standardizzato finiscono per avere modelli strutturati differentemente con un set di viste difformi. Questo finisce per impedire la capacità di interscambio dati e di comunicazione tra differenti team di progetto, causando costi addizionali di personalizzazione dei tool e necessità di percorsi di addestramento specifici. Oltretutto i modelli diventano impossibili da integrare, condividere e riutilizzare.

In questo webinar analizzeremo alcune "Best Practices" di Ingegneria dei Sistemi, illustrandole e dimostrandole con esempi pratici tramite il tool Cameo Systems Modeler.

The session demonstrates
  • Introduce le trappole dell'MBSE e come evitarle
  • Spiega i principali concetti e diagrammi del SysML
  • Mostra come eseguire il tracciamento di elementi di modello tra viste differenti
  • Dimostra un esempio pratico di modellazione

La presentazione dura circa trenta minuti e la sessione di domande-risposte circa cinque. I partecipanti possono inoltrare domande in forma scritta durante il webinar.

The session is hosted by Carmelo Tommasi, pioniere del SysML in Italia e membro di INCOSE Italia
Scelta di un Approccio MBSE: Qualche Idea di

Questa sessione sarà presentata da Carmelo Tommasi, rappresentante di No Magic in Italia e pioniere dell'applicazione del SysML all'Ingegneria dei Sistemi, al MBSE, alla gestione dei requisiti, design, verifica/validazione e tracciabilità.

Carmelo ha più di 30 anni di esperienza di lavoro con multinazionali di software, ha fondato, tra le altre, le filiali italiane di Telelogic, Artisan Software Tools, Atego, delle quali è stato amministratore delegato.

Carmelo ha introdotto la tecnologia MBSE in numerosi progetti dell'Esercito, dell'Aeronautica e della Marina Militare, oltre a essere mentore dell'adozione di tale metodologia presso le maggiori aziende del gruppo Finmeccanica/Leonardo.

Conduce regolarmente training e consulenza su MBSE e certificazione avionica ed è docente in Master universitari sul System Engineering.

Product Line Engineering with Cameo Systems Modeler and pure::variants

Thursday, 23 March 2017
03:00 PM GMT, 10:00 AM CDT, 11:00 AM EDT, 04:00 PM CET

Nowadays systems are growing in complexity, and managing them becomes exceedingly difficult. The complexity rises even further, when the system or product has many variations, for example, coffee machine may have multiple editions with different coffee brewing options. Having multiple system models of each product variation is very difficult to maintain. Therefore, a “150% model” of the system is developed to describe every possible variation. The Product Line Engineering (PLE) integration is then used to “cut” the model to a specific variant realization.

This webinar overviews the basics of Product Line Engineering, but mostly focuses on demonstrating the integration between Cameo Systems Modeler and pure::variants from pure systems.

The session demonstrates
  • Creating feature and product model in pure::variants
  • Linking the product model to the system model in Cameo Systems Modeler
  • Defining specific variation points in the system model
  • Realizing a specific variant (product) of the system model

The presentation takes about fifty minutes and the question-answer section – about ten. The audience are able to submit questions in a written form throughout the webinar.

The session is hosted by Darius Petrauskas, Solution Architect at No Magic Europe
Product Line Engineering with Cameo Systems Modeler and pure::variants

Darius Petrauskas is a solution architect at No Magic working with Software Engineering and Enterprise modeling solutions, also is an OMG Certified UML professional. The main focus during his studies and career was on business analysis, process modeling/simulation and designing supporting Information Systems and Embedded solutions.

Before joining No Magic in 2016, he acquired a substantial multinational experience on operational analysis and improvement, consulting, project management and designing various software and hardware systems. Tangible amount of his time was devoted to scientific publishing and patent applications.

At No Magic Darius does training for local and international public and private sector enterprises such as Lithuanian Police, Lithuanian Post, Lithuanian Registry Center. He is a frequent guest speaker at Kaunas University of Technology where he holds a Bachelor’s in Information Systems Design.

C/C++ Code Generation for Embedded Devices

Partner-led By: LieberLieber
Wednesday, 08 March 2017
03:00 PM GMT, 09:00 AM CST, 10:00 AM EST, 04:00 PM CET

The well known LieberLieber Embedded Engineer solution is now available for Cameo Systems Modeler/MagicDraw too. Generating code from UML to be executed on embedded targets is now possible! Yet the best feature of the package is the ability to “debug” UML behavior on real devices with hardware debuggers.

The session demonstrates
  • Why should I use it?
  • Code Generation (C/C++)
  • UML Debugging
  • How does it compare to other solutions?

The presentation takes about fifty minutes and the question-answer section – about ten. The audience are able to submit questions in a written form throughout the webinar.

The session is hosted by Daniel Siegl, CEO at LieberLieber
C/C++ Code Generation for Embedded Devices
Daniel has been involved with model-based engineering since 2000. He first experienced model-based engineering with Together, and then moved on to other tools!
He gained deep experience handling critical software projects around the world in the IT, apparel and footware industries.

In 2006, Daniel joined European-based LieberLieber, the Model Engineering Specialists. Three years later, he became CEO, and in his role as developer of international business he also became CEO of LieberLieber Software Corp, based in Houston, TX, in 2014.

Daniel is heavily involved with LieberLieber's Automotive and Logistics clients, helping them to build tools to develop their products in a more efficient way. He is passionate about UML/SysML, embedded systems, and industry standards like AUTOSAR.

He is an experienced speaker, a founding member of the Enterprise Architect User Group and represents LieberLieber at the Object Management Group.

Daniel lives with his family in Vienna, Austria.