Team-based Model Reviews & Discussions with Pro Cloud Server and WebEA
Webinar April 2017
In this session, you will learn how to:
- Create Review elements to help organize model-based discussions
- View and participate in discussions and reviews
- Use Navigation elements to empower mobile & web users conducting reviews
Join us as we preview new collaboration and review tools for model-based discussions in Enterprise Architect and WebEA. Supporting mobile devices and large-scale teams, these new collaboration capabilities ensure all stakeholders can contribute to modeling projects from anywhere in the world!
Questions from the Audience
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What version of Enterprise Architect supports these Model Reviews?
Enterprise Architect 13.5 or later is required to use the Reviews tab and tools associated with the Reviews profile. There will be some backward compatibility, however, such that earlier versions of Enterprise Architect can still read models that contain Review elements. A separate MDG Technology download will be available for older versions to provide as a plug-in extension to support rendering of Review elements on diagrams.
What edition of Enterprise Architect is needed?
Review elements are supported in the Corporate and higher editions of Enterprise Architect. Also the EA Lite (read-only) edition allows users join and contribute to discussions, but they cannot create Review elements.
Is the Web Application free?
No. The WebEA interface is provided with the new Pro Cloud Server. It is a separately licensed, sever-based component for team-based deployments of Enterprise Architect.
What is the cost of the license per server?
Does the Pro Cloud Server integrate with other products like TFS?
Add-ons will be made available for this purpose in the future. Also note: The Web API for the Pro Cloud server is based on OSLC, so this facilitates third-party extensions as well.
What is the expected release date?
We expect both Enterprise Architect 13.5 and the Pro Cloud Server to be released together during Q2, 2017.s