We're planning on setting up UML for an upcoming project. We're going to need approximately 250-300 seperate UMLs. Each user will have access to his/her own UML. We're expecting about 50 users online at any given time. Is it feasible to use UML for this scenario, assuming the host machine is pwerful enough.
Is there any easy way to create UMLs for new users? Can the creation of a UML be automated? Would the maintenance of that many UMLs be too mcuh to handle?
This project is a security based project. Users will have access to their UML, and from there they should be able to run applications like nmap, hping, nessus against an internal target network. Can UML handle applications such as nmap or will there be problems?
Just wanted to ask before I dive into UML.
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