Modelling & Architecture Tools

Open ModelSphere

Open ModelSphere is an exciting and unique modeling tool that combines many features, such as business process modeling, data modeling and UML modeling, and provides a flexible model management environment. Designed in Java and working on a standard virtual machine, Open ModelSphere can be installed on most platforms like Windows, Linux and Unix. It provides better usage of your machines, especially when different platforms are used in the same development environment.

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ATL

ATL (Atlas Transformation Language) is a model transformation language and toolkit.

MDT Papyrus

Papyrus is a graphical editing tool that provides UML2 editors and environment to create and combine any graphical editor (domain-specific modeling language) defined from Ecore metamodel or from UML2 profile. It is Eclipse-based and it uses the Eclipse Graphical Modeling Framework.

ModelioSoft

Modeliosoft is an open source tool that meets your needs through its high quality solutions for modeling, and report, architecture or code generation. Modeliosoft Solutions integrate UML, BPMN, requirements analysis and many other modeling extensions and enable you to configure a bespoke solution for your needs.

ArchiMate

A free and open source modelling tool to create ArchiMate models and sketches. The Archi modelling tool is targeted toward all levels of Enterprise Architects and Modellers. It has been designed to elegantly provide the main features required for ArchiMate 2.1 modelling and is used globally by banks, insurance companies, industry, EA consultants, training organisations, universities, and students

Apache Subversion

Subversion has rapidly become the version control standard and it is rapidly replacing open source and commercial solutions around the world.
Subversion enables globally distributed software development teams to efficiently version and share source code. The open source Subversion project was started in early 2000 by CollabNet, the primary corporate sponsor of Subversion.

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