Companies of all shapes, size and color need to develop software to support their business. No matter what the case is (in-house vs third-party development, application portfolio size, development technologies, etc), all have the same needs with different levels of complexity:
Kiuwan Architecture makes the Kiuwan platform a unique solution for the enterprise, providing different stakeholders with a comprehensive view, trends and insights of their application portfolio, allowing them to focus resources on areas of critical concern, starting from the initial phase of production all the way to delivery.
Kiuwan Architecture provides a corporate view of an enterprise’s software assets allowing this information to be accessed at different levels. From a single program or file up to the whole enterprise level.
This is possible thanks to Kiuwan Architecture’s ability to generate the complete map of your applications’ software components and relationships.
Kiuwan Architecture automatically builds a map of a software system (or “Application” in Kiuwan terms)
This is done by analyzing the source code and applying extraction rules in order to identify and insert into the model all components (artifacts) and relationships (dependencies).
That model is uploaded to Kiuwan cloud so you can use Kiuwan Architecture dashboards and pages to fully exploit all the above mentioned functionalities.
Once the model is uploaded, you can go to Kiuwan Architecture module, select the application and inspect the model by making use of the three available submodules:
Next, we will go through the different section of Kiuwan Architecture.
For didactic purposes, we will follow some examples based on WebGoat 7.1. source code. You can get it at https://github.com/WebGoat/WebGoat/releases