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Troux 14

Troux 14 Introduces a New Portfolio-driven User Experience 

Combining the visualization depth of Troux Insight with the core enterprise architecture functions from Navigate, the new user experience provides a single place for analyzing and managing capabilities and technology. A modern design makes navigating easy. The experience is driven by two new concepts: Portfolios give users an easy way to focus on the relevant components; ribbons and tiles bring an intuitive at-a-glance view for  quickly analyzing these portfolios from different perspectives. Maintaining data is straightforward with an editable grid for every component type. By making the underlying technology information more accessible, the new Troux 14 user experience extends enterprise architecture information to users across the organization. 

Intuitive Navigation 

Replacing Troux Navigate’s tab-based user interface, Troux 14 streamlines the banner, simplifies menus, and elevates key workflow tasks, making it easier for users to find the information they need and focus on what they need to accomplish. 

Portfolio-Based User Experience 

With a new portfolio concept at the core of the Troux 14 user experience, enterprise architects and business users get a focused user experience to analyze, compare, and manage technology. With portfolios, users can group items into the sets they want to manage together, for example “all applications that use Oracle as a database” or “all technologies installed in the Chicago datacenter”. Troux 14 then drives the user’s grids, metrics, and visualizations based on these portfolios. As a result, users can get to the right set of applications or technologies by simply switching between portfolios.

Ribbon-Driven Analysis 

The new ribbon gives users a powerful, intuitive solution for quickly analyzing each portfolio. Each ribbon consists of tiles that provide a specific perspective of the portfolio. By moving through these tiles, users evaluate the same set of components from different points of view.