Publication for Capella provides a seamlessly integrated view of your system architecture to authorized stakeholders.
You can publish Capella models on a web server, and connect them with third-party repositories using traceability links to requirements, change requests, test cases, releases, and more.
The supported repositories include Siemens Polarion® and IBM Jazz.
Avoid errors by efficiently maintaining consistency and alignment between Capella models and artifacts managed in third-party repositories (like ALMs).
Break silos between teams by providing online access to system architecture and facilitating engineering teams to reuse work items and system elements.
Author system design and work items with dedicated but connected tools and make this data available across different engineering disciplines.
Define an integrated system architecture federated with third-party repositories, and decide when to expose this consistent content to other stakeholders.
Create requirements, issues, test cases, etc, in third-party repositories, and collaborate with systems engineers to align these artifacts with the system architecture.
Benefit from an integrated and consistent view of the system architecture: a detailed model with verified traceability relationships to related engineering artifacts.
Control how the Capella models are exposed to stakeholders, and how they can be integrated with various third-party repositories containing engineering artifacts.
From the Capella Workbench
From a Third-Party Repository connected to the Publication server
From a Web Browser
From the Publication Server
(versions 19 to 23)
Yes (if Global Configuration is not activated)
Evaluation required: the other tool needs to support OSLC-AM providers
Third-party repositories such as Application Lifecycle Management Systems (ALM) and Requirements Management Systems (RMS) allow you to efficiently capture, organize, and link artifacts: requirements, tasks, issues, change requests, test cases, releases, etc. Rather than spreadsheets, using such tools is the best solution to efficiently manage your projects.
To enable traceability with objects managed in other repositories, some ALM and RMS tools support OSLC (Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration), a set of specifications for APIs to interact with data on the web: searching, visualizing, and analyzing.
OSLC (Architecture Management) is an OSLC specification for exposing fine-grained architectural data to external systems via a modern Linked Data approach: no import/export between tools, resources are connected together to create a virtual continuity between repositories and to make it easier for tools to work together in different areas.
By supporting this specification, Publication for Capella enables the traceability between any system element in Capella and any artifact in OSLC-compliant tools.