Create and deploy a new modeling product 10 times faster than with a classic web development
No need to deploy anything on users’ desktops, your modeling tool is accessible through a web browser
Tools created with Obeo Cloud Platform allow multiple users to collaborate in a secured mode
Obeo Cloud Platform is a generic technology that makes it possible to easily equip teams who have to deal with complex architectures or systems in multiple specific domains.
Modeling tools created with Obeo Cloud Platform can address domains such as software development, systems engineering, enterprise architecture, robotics, electronics, safety, … and many more.
Obeo Cloud Platform relies on a cloud-based stack to create cloud-based modeling tools:
Eclipse Sirius is an open-source technology that dramatically reduces the time and effort for creating domain-specific modeling workbenches.
With Obeo Cloud Platform, modeling tools are defined with Sirius Web, the web-based flavor of Sirius, deployed to the Cloud, and then rendered in a web browser.
By default, a project created by a user is Private and is only visible to him.
To share a project with other users, its owner can make it Public and/or define access rights.
Visual indicators show you in real-time the other users who are currently working on the same diagram as you.
Indicators also show you who is on the objects that you are editing and which properties are currently changing.
Permissions on a project (read, write, admin) are defined by creating Teams.
It allows the administrators of a project to manage users depending on roles shared by a set of other users (rather than defining the permissions at the individuals level).
To control users' login and password, you can connect to your internal access directory managed with LDAP or OpenId Connect.
It guarantees secured management of how users can access your models.
Expose your models, even created from a Desktop client, for a quick access, in read-only mode, from OSLC or web clients: diagrams, details of published model elements, navigation through relations between objects.
Links between published models and objects defined in third-party repositories can be established directly through standard OSLC APIs.
Based on Obeo Cloud Platform, Publication for Capella provides a smart integration between Requirements Management Systems and the Capella MBSE workbench.
It allows you to easily link requirements defined in your ALM tools with elements of your systems architecture.