Borland Software Corp. announced Monday the latest version of its enterprise software modeling solution, Borland Together 2006.
Borland, of Scotts Valley, Calif., announced the availability of the upgrade at the JavaOne conference here.
Together 2006 supports both BPM (business process modeling) and MDA (model-driven architecture) from a visual environment, the company said. In addition, Together 2006 is based on the Eclipse open-source development framework.
Borland officials said Together 2006 is built on the Eclipse 3.1 integration framework, which will enable users to integrate Together into their Eclipse environments.
he new Borland offering is targeted at business users and analysts, as well as software architects, designers and developers, the company said.
Together 206 also includes model-level audits and metrics for improved quality, and code-level audits such as Java best practices and an auto-correct feature, the company said. In addition, the Together 006 suite supports the QVT (query/view/transformation) specification, which is a component of MDA.
Moreover, Together 2006 also supports BPMN (Business Process Modeling Notation), a standard way of graphically depicting business process modeling in development efforts, enabling users to coordinate, track and visualize processes and messages.