EDGY 23 is an Open Source tool for collaborative Enterprise Design. Intersection Group provides a collection of tools, both developed with our member community and made by partners. Many of these tools are available for free, or included for free in otherwise commercial licenses. Those tools help you with facilitating workshops, modelling EDGY diagrams or storing your enterprise elements in a repository.
More and more tools will be made available over time, we encourage you to download them and try them out to see what value they add to your work.
EDGY 23 Documentation
You can download the EDGY 23 Language Foundation specification as a PDF or order it as an A4 landscape softcover book.
EDGY 23 Stencils
EDGY for Miro
Use this template in the Miroverse to create a collaborative whiteboard with EDGY stencils and example maps.
EDGY for diagrams.net and Confluence
Draw EDGY maps using the free diagramming software drawio.com. You can also use the Atlassian Confluence as a repository for storing your EDGY elements and link them to your EDGY maps, using the diagrams.net app for Confluence. Use the Intersection Railways example maps as a starting point to draw your own EDGY maps: download the PNG files and open them in drawio.com to edit.
EDGY for Google Slides and PowerPoint
Use your favourite presentation software to draw EDGY maps.
EDGY SVG Shapes
Import the EDGY shapes and icons to your favourite drawing software.
QualiWare provides a cloud based Enterprise Architecture management environment. Modelling repository content with EDGY 23 is supported and delivered out of the box with the full commercial license.
EDGY is not alone: in practice, it will be used together with other methods, approaches and tools. Here we provide mappings to use it together with complimentary tools and develop an integrated approach.
EDGY and ArchiMate®
This mapping allows combining EDGY with ArchiMate®, an open and independent modelling language for Enterprise Architecture developed by The Open Group®. It is supported by different tool vendors, and can be used to create EDGY maps using its built-in specialisation mechanism.