The Melody ecosystem is a field-proven modeling solution offering an environment with a high added-value for engineers working on system, software and hardware architectures. At the center of this ecosystem is a graphical modeling workbench supporting the Arcadia engineering method. Arcadia mainly focuses on functional analysis, (complex) architecture definition and early validation. Both the method and its supporting ecosystem are currently widely deployed in the Thales Group, in all domains across several countries, thanks to a massive rollout of model-based approaches.
This talk illustrates the customization capabilities of Papyrus with FAST and TOPHOO, 2 environments developed for AIRBUS system and software engineers. It also intents to share our return of experience in terms of development, deployment, maintenance and support of these environments.
There is an infinity of different computer programs out there. Each one is unique, thus it is impossible for an analysis tool to provide specific visualizations for every single one of them. The programmer knows his application best. If an analysis tool could tap into the programmer's knowledge, it would be able to lay out a mountain of useful, relevant information. With the Eclipse Tracing and Monitoring Framework (TMF), this becomes possible.
Supporting a large user base implies catering to a lot of different needs.
In Ericsson's case this means building over 20 different eclipse distributions and creating a corporate wide p2 repository to make it easy for our users to get all the plugins they need.
This talk focus on how we automatically create this p2 repository aggregating over 30 external repos, describe the wide variety of technologies being used (b3 aggregator, artifactory, jenkins, tycho, p2 tools, etc.) and talks about the challenges encountered.
In this talk we will explain how Polarsys technologies dramatically changes the way architects can work on complex systems.
By using the Polarsys and Eclipse Modeling stacks (Sirius, GenDoc, Acceleo, xText, OCL, ...) industry solutions can be created which fully fit the needs of architects (design, analysis, verification, simulation, etc.) in many domains (Transportation, Space, Insurance, Telecom, etc).
The development of safety and mission critical systems is governed by stringent standards which require evidence of the quality of the developed artifacts across the full development life-cycle. Thus an integrated solution is needed in order to provide the required quality and evidence thereof. The engineering challenge of creating today’s most advanced systems demands more a collaborative, integrated approach and that challenge has been boldly answered!