LieberLieber and Intland Software today announce their codeBeamer ALM – Enterprise Architect Integration 2.0. This new version of the integration brings several important updates for users of both systems.
Vienna/Stuttgart, January 15, 2020 — Intland Software, developer of the market-leading codeBeamer Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solution and LieberLieber Software, specialist for the widely used modeling platform Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect further strengthen their successful partnership with this step.
This updated integration, released in November 2019, enables users to synchronize requirements, model attributes, as well as links and references across codeBeamer ALM and Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect. With the integration set up, users can easily navigate back and forth between the two platforms while their development data syncs automatically. The new integration is an important milestone on Intland’s innovation roadmap announced in May 2019.
“Open architecture and maximum integrability has always been a key value offering of codeBeamer ALM. With this new Enterprise Architect integration, we’re taking that to a next level, enabling our users to realize efficiencies in the engineering of modern technology products.” says Andreas Pabinger, VP of Sales at Intland Software. “We’re proud to provide unparalleled traceability for developers of system-of-systems products across this popular modelling tool and our industry-leading ALM platform.”
Daniel Siegl, Managing Director of LieberLieber Software, adds: “Git-style workflows and integrations are big in the MBSE community at the moment! When it comes to Application Lifecycle Management, we think codeBeamer ALM is the best solution for these processes. So it was very logical for us to work together with Intland to bring additional capabilities to the ALM – MBSE integration game.”
Integration offers great advantages
This codeBeamer ALM – Enterprise Architect Integration 2.0 provides widespread benefits to various stakeholders involved in systems engineering. For System Architects and Engineers, the integration provides the ability to create accurate models based on codeBeamer requirements, to ensure that those requirements are covered by models, and to determine the impact of requirements changes. It enables Requirements Engineers to verify and report on coverage, and to determine the impact of requirement changes using suspected links to model elements. Using the integration, they can also derive system requirements from an architecture imported from Enterprise Architect. As for Test Engineers, the integration helps them define accurate test cases based on the design or architecture imported from EA.
Text and model artifacts are connected
Overall, the new codeBeamer ALM – Enterprise Architect Integration 2.0 closes the loop between textual and model artifacts in an MBSE environment.
For developers of end products involving complex systems engineering processes, this new software integration offers traceability, transparency, and enhanced speed of delivery. References between requirements are available in Enterprise Architect, while connections between requirements and architecture are available in codeBeamer, enabling users to simply oversee and manage complex product delivery processes even in regulated industries.
Webinar codeBeamer ALM – Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect Integration 2.0
About Intland Software
Intland Software is the developer and vendor of leading software tools for the delivery of safety-critical technology. The company’s flagship product codeBeamer ALM is a fully integrated end-to-end Application Lifecycle Management software platform with regulatory compliance support. The recently released Intland Retina provides all-in one ALM, quality management, audit control, and risk management for regulated industries. Intland Software’s tools help reduce the time, risks, and costs of product innovation and regulatory compliance.
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