MEGA has an excellent feature for controlling the behaviour of certain functionalities as export, protection of objects etc. The feature is called perimeters. A perimeter is actually used to determine the scope of these functionalities. Using perimeters is not a difficult thing to do and we will cover this in one of the next topics. However it’s […]
In the previous article in the series of increasing your productivity with MEGA we discussed the usage of Favorites. Today we will have a look at something completely different, however for a lot of people as unknown as the Favorites : How to perform bulk updates in MEGA with the query tool. Many people don’t […]
This is the first post in a serie of tips to increase your productivity while working with MEGA. Today we deal with the Favorites feature in MEGA. As you might know, I have been working years with MEGA. However it’s only recently that I really started out with using Favorites and this is just so […]
Stijn has submitted a workshop together With Joanne Dong, a Senior Business Architect, to be given at the Building Business Capabilities conference in November in Fort Lauderdaele, USA. The first part of the workshop is focussed on the Business Architecture Framework from JDStream Management Consulting, the second part will foucs on Tooling for Architecture.
MEGA is a large tool supporting many different disciplines of modeling like architecture, process management, risk management, audit etc. This results in an interface that might look overwhelming at the beginning. However MEGA has everything in house to actually tackle this. In this article we share you 8 valuable tips to make the tool lighter […]
Today we had a coaching session at Colruyt with the Indian team on the usage of perimeters. Administrators have to know the power of perimeters in order to keep everything under control. It’s such a great way to tailor the export process, the delete of objects, aligning objects across repositories, etc.