MONROE, N.J., Feb. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Methodologies Corporation, leader in the software modeling industry, published today the first commercial Cloud Computing Modeling Notation (CCMN) that is shipped along with other advanced modeling capabilities in the new SOMF 2.1 release.
Software development managers, analysts, designers, architects, and developers will be able to leverage the offered SOMF models for small or large scale projects. To read more about the new SOMF modeling capabilities refer to http://www.modelingconcepts.com/pages/download.htm
Mr. Ben Constable, the Chief Operations Officer of Sparx Systems, a leading vendor of modeling tools based on open standards, stated: "We are delighted to work with Methodologies Corporation and Cephas Consulting to support the latest SOMF 2.1 specification in Enterprise Architect. SOMF provides an excellent framework for enterprise service analysis, design, architecture. By working with two leaders in this modeling domain, we're combining the strengths of SOMF's holistic, visual notation with Enterprise Architect's end-to-end model driven development environment. Enterprise Architect users can expect to see SOMF 2.1 built into our version 9 release scheduled for the first quarter of this year."
Mr. Frank Truyen, President of Cephas Consulting Corporation a leading modeling and training institution with technical expertise in the Enterprise Architect modeling tool, added: "We are excited to work with Michael Bell and his team in making the Cloud Computing Modeling Notation (CCMN) available inside the Enterprise Architect modeling tool of Sparx Systems. The addition of CCMN expands the already strong value proposition SOMF 2.1, making it the compelling choice for modeling any enterprise level service portfolio."
Finally, Eric Pulier, the founder & Chairman, SOA Software, Inc., founder & CEO, ServiceMesh, Inc. concluded: "With this announcement, Michael Bell is bringing an extensive knowledge base to the vital intersection of enterprise scale SOA and the emerging cloud computing landscape. There is a transformation underway toward an 'everything as a service' operating model, and the need for a consistent Cloud Computing Modeling Notation (CCMN) is clear. I look forward to collaborating with Michael and his team to bring this exciting innovation to enterprise and government organizations around the world."
SOURCE Methodologies Corporation