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