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  • 1. Tigerstripe Richard Craddock, Eric Dillon (Cisco) Integrated Model-Driven Engineering
  • 2. Need a bit of context?
    • Technology Incubation Project
    • Focus on Model Driven Engineering
    • Existing User Community from Telecom Industry
    • Stabilizing after 1 st year as Eclipse project
      • Initial contribution by Cisco in Dec’07
    • Used in production
        • Telecom Standards for OSS/BSS Interfaces
        • Model-Driven Network Mgmt Platforms (E.g. Cisco ANA)
  • 3. User Environment
    • Big, detailed models for everything
      • Devices, Network Equipment, Technologies, Protocols
      • Service Performance, Policies, etc…
      • Software packages, Systems, Configurations
    • Models shared across Eco-System
    Standard Bodies Vendors Partners Integrators
  • 4. So! MDE Tooling needs to...
    • Enable distributed modeling
      • Distributed Teams & Organizations
      • Enforce Conventions
      • Fine grain control on model content/sharing
    • Allow componentized models
      • Strong versioning across lifecycle
      • Manage dependencies, builds, deployments
  • 5.
    • For modelers: Workbench
      • UML-based Metamodel
      • Class Diagrams, Instance Diagrams
      • Model Scoping, validation
      • Integrated Code/Content Generation
    • For Developers: base Framework…
      • APIs, Ext. Points to customize env.
      • Headless, Buckminster, Maven, Ant
    • … Annotation Framework
      • EMF-based Model/Resource Annotation
    Tigerstripe Framework
  • 6. Introducing…The Workbench references
  • 7. Model Scoping Out of Scope
  • 8. Template-based Code/Content Generation
  • 9. Instance-based vs. Class-based Generation
  • 10. Beyond the Workbench
    • Use APIs to
      • Import/Export models
      • Customize model auditing, naming conventions, decorations
      • Enhance modeling palette with templates
    • Continuous Model build Environment
      • Headless generation, Maven, Ant driven
    • Buckminster Integration
      • Materialize components, build them.
  • 11. Flexible Model Annotations
    • Stereotypes vs. Annotations
      • Stereotypes: part of the model
        • Intrinsic model information
      • Annotations: decorations, separate from the model
        • Additional info related to specific use of the model
        • Namespace based
  • 12. Annotations: A Closer Look
    • Principles
      • Associate Arbitrary EMF object with URI
      • Independent of Tigerstripe Core
      • Allow for custom UI, both as property view or on GMF diagrams
      • Control where they are persisted
    package org.eclipse.tigerstripe.annotation.core; import org.eclipse.emf.common.util.URI; import org.eclipse.emf.ecore.EObject; public interface Annotation extends EObject { … URI getUri(); void setUri(URI value); … EObject getContent(); void setContent(EObject value); … String getId(); void setId(String value); } // Annotation
  • 13. Install Annotations… … and annotate the model. Selection-based view Native EditPart on GMF Diagrams Annotation “routed” to .ann file
  • 14. Customized Workbench
  • 15. Wrap-up
    • Achievements
      • EMF-Based Annotation Framework
      • Partial “framework-ization” of existing code
      • Buckminster integration
    • What’s next?
      • Continue on the path of “framework-ization”
      • Tigerstripe Specifics through EMF-APIs
      • Expand Communities
  • 16.
    • More details? Questions?
      • http://www.eclipse.org/tigerstripe
      • http://wiki.eclipse.org/TigerstripeAtEclipseSummit08