By Tom O' Reilly Chief Operations Officer, Sparx Systems Pty Ltd
In this session we will take a sneak preview into the up and coming release of Enterprise Architect. There has been a lot of changes both in Enterprise Architect and within Sparx Systems this year, I will take the time to introduce some of the new tools and capabilities introduced into Enterprise Architect in that time as well as talk about other initiatives that Sparx Systems has undertaken in recent times.
No, WebEA works independently of any Sparx EA License ....so the idea would be to have a bunch of EA licenses for the modellers, then the rest of the team who wish to consume and review the model, they would use the unlimited WebEA's that come with the Pro Cloud Server License
EA reviews and Prolaborate views, though serve the same purpose , are catered to different audience. EA reviews are intended for modelers and Prolaborate reviews is to socialize to non EA stakeholders for review and approvals.
I would suggested 4x EA Corporate edition licenses, with those you can download the Pro Cloud Server for free. The Pro Cloud Server can make it extremely quick to create a fire-bird model that is easily shared between all parties, regardless of if they are on the same network or not (local or remote users) alternatively you can easily create a MySQL database and do the same. This way it is easily expandable to use tools like WebEA and Prolaborate in future, you can even use tokens to unlock this functionality (as well as the integrations to other tools for a very small fee), Prolaborate does require additional license fees though.