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UML TRAINING IN CHENNAI


GT offer UML training in Chennai for Individuals and Corporate. We also provide need based training programs to cater your specific training needs to optimize your resources in most cost effective manner.


Course Name : UML Training

Duration : 40 Hours

Payment: Pay after the 1st day of class or 1st session of class if you are satisfied.


Syllabus for UMLTraining

UML Level 1
• Module 1: Introduction to UML and Object Oriented Design
• Module 2: Use cases, Actors, and 4+1View.
• Module 3: Object and Classes.
• Module 4: Use case Diagram
• Module 5: Activity Diagram
• Module 6: Interaction Diagram
• Sequence Diagram
• Collaboration Diagram
• Module 7. Object Diagram
• Module 8. Class Diagram
• Module 9. Components and Component Diagram
• Module 10. Nodes & Deployment Diagram, Case study
UML Level 2

• Module 1: Interfaces
• Module 2: Templates
• Module 3: Interaction Timing Diagram
• Module 4: Interaction Overview Diagram
• Module 5: Composite Structure Diagram
• Module 6: Managing and Using Your System’s Parts.
• Module 7: State Machine Diagram

UML Level 3

• Module 1: Adopting UML profiles
• Module 2: Object Constraint Language
• Module 3: Frame Workse
• Module 4: Network Configuration
• Module 5: Allocating Process to Nodes
• Module 6: Defining Distribution Mechanism


Object Oriented Analysis And Design with UML

Syllabus for Object Oriented Analysis and Design part1

Module 1: UML and modeling Process
• Module 1.1: The Unified Modeling Language
• Module 1.2: Process and visual Modeling
• Module 1.3: Analysis & Design Key concepts
Module 2: Concept of Object Orientation
• Module 2.1: Relationship
• Module 2.2: Class
• Module 2.3: Polymorphism
• Module 2.4: Interface
• Module 2.4.1: Provided
• Module 2.4.2: Required
• Module 2.5: Structured classes and ports.
Module 3: Architectural Analysis
• Module 3.1: Key Concepts
• Module 3.2:Define high-level organization of the model.
• Module 3.3: Identify analysis mechanism
• Module 3.4:Identify key abstractions
• Module 3.5:Create use-case realization.
Module 4: Use case Analysis
• Module 4.1: Supplement the Use case Realization
• Module 4.2:For Each Use case realization
• Module 4.2.1:Find Classes from Use case Behavior
• Module 4.2.2:Distribute Use case behavior to classes
• Module 4.3: For each resulting analysis class
• Module 4.3.1: Describe Responsibilities
• Module 4.3.2:Describe attributes and associations
• Module 4.3.3: Qualify Analysis mechanisms
• Module 4.4:Unify analysis classes.

Object Oriented Analysis & Design Part 2
Module1.1: Persistent Data Base Cater
• Module1.1: Identify classes and Sub systems
• Module 1.2: Identify subsystems Interfaces
• Module 1.3 Update the organization of the Design Models
Module2: Identify Design Mechanism
• Module 2.1: Categorize clients of analysis mechanism
• Module2.2 Document architectural Mechanism
Module 3: Distribution
• Module 3.1: Define the network configuration
• Module 3.2: Allocate processes to node.
• Module 3.3: Define the Distribution mechanism
Module 4: Use case Design
• Module 4.1: Describe interaction among design objects
• Module 4.2: simplify sequence diagram using subsystems
• Module 4.3: Describe persistence-related behavior
• Module 4.4: Refine the flow of events description
• Module 4.5: Unify classes and subsystems
Module 5: Subsystem Design
• Module 5.1: Distribute subsystem behavior to subsystem elements.
• Module 5.2: document subsystem elements
• Module 5.3: Describe subsystem dependencies
Module 6: Class Design
• Module 6.1: Create Initial Design Classes
• Module 6.2: Define Operations
• Module 6.3: Define methods
• Module 6.4: Define States
• Module 6.5: Define Attributes
• Module 6.6: Define Dependencies
• Module 6.7: Define Associations
• Module 6.8: Define Internal Structure
• Module 6.9: Define Gene rationalizations s
• Module 6.10: Resolve use-Case Collisions
• Module 6.11: Handle Nonfunctional Requirements in General


Data Modelling Using UML Training

Course content
•Module 1: Data Modelling
•Module 2: How are Data Model used in Practice
• Module 3: Normalizing to reduce data redundancy
• Module 4: DeNormalizing to improve performance
•Module 5: Evolutionary/ Agile Data Modelling from Domain modelling to Physical Modelling
• Module 6: Applying UML for Relational Data Modelling
Data Base Design
• Module 1: Persistent Data Base Cater
• Module 2: Data Models
• Module 3: OBJECT  Relational data base Model
• Module 4: ORDB Modeling primitives
• Module 5: Module 5: Relational database Model
• Module 6: Referential Integrity

System Analysis and Design Training

Syllabus for System Analysis and Design Training
• Module 1: Introduction to System Analysis and Design
• Module 2: Project initiation, Feasibility Analysis.
• Module 3: Project Management (Scoping and Signing our Project).
• Module 4: Requirement Determination.
• Module 5: Use Case Analysis
• Module 6: Data Modeling.
• Module 7: Moving into Design
• Module 8: Architecture Design
• Module 9: User Interface Design.
• Module 10: Program Design.
• Module 11: Data Storage Design.
• Module 12: Moving into implementation
• Module 13: Transition to New system.

Software Requirement Analysis & Design Using RUP

Syllabus for Software Requirement Analysis & Design Using RUP
• Module 1: Unified Process
• Module 2: Stake Holders, Project, Product Tools &
  Process in Software Development
• Module 3: A Use case Driven Process
• Module 4: An Architecture in Centric Process
• Module 5: An Iterative and Incremental Process
• Module 6: Requirement Capture: From vision to Requirements
• Module 7: Capturing the Requirements as Use cases
• Module 8: Analysis
• Module 9: Design
• Module 10: Implementation
• Module 11: Testing
• Module 12: The Generic Iteration Work Flow
• Module 13: Inception Launches the Project
• Module 14: The Elaboration phase makes the Architecture
• Module 15: Construction leads to Initial operational Capability
• Module 16: Transition Result in Product Release
• Module 17: Making the Unified Process Work.

Business Architecture

Syllabus for Business Architecture Training
• Module 1: Enterprise Architecture
• Module 2: Enterprise Architecture Process & Methodology
• Module 3: Enterprise Architecture Tools
• Module 4: Business process Notation (BPMN)
• Module 5: Concepts of Strategic Planning
• Module 6: Strategic Planning in Information Technology
• Module 7: The value chain in Information Technology
• Module 8: Recent Technological Developing in Information
• Module 9: Technological issues in Communication Technology
• Module 10: Technological issues in the Internet
• Module 11: Operating systems and Databases
• Module 12: Enterprise Resource Planning
• Module 13: Software as service model (Saas models)
• Module 14: Software As service & Saas adoption
• Module 15: Saas An Enterprise prospective
• Module 16: Session Management
• Module 17: Load Management
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