Lattix unveils tool to visualize and maintain complex software

BOSTON, 6 Jan. 2007. Lattix Inc. in Boston is releasing Lattix LDM 3.0 software that enables managers, architects, and developers to visualize, specify, and maintain the architecture of a complex enterprise software system.

Jan 6th, 2007

BOSTON, 6 Jan. 2007. Lattix Inc. in Boston is releasing Lattix LDM 3.0 software that enables managers, architects, and developers to visualize, specify, and maintain the architecture of a complex enterprise software system.

Lattix has pioneered the Dependency Structure Matrix (DSM) approach, which uses dependencies to create an accurate and scalable blueprint of complex, mission-critical software applications. Lattix LDM 3.0 applies this approach for systems that span different domains, from the database to services and applications.

Lattix LDM 3.0 delivers architecture governance by providing the means to specify and test the architecture, detect violations during development, and prevent further architectural erosion.

Software engineers "will now be able to assess how changing one part affects the rest of the system. For example, it is now possible to answer questions such as which of my applications will be affected by changing a particular stored procedure in my database," says Lattix President Neeraj Sangal.

For more information contact Lattix online at www.lattix.com.

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