Architecture at all scales

Fifth SEI Architecture Technology
User Network Conference

May 4-7, 2009 | Radisson Greentree | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Looking For Ways To Improve Your Architecture?
You’re Not Alone.

As systems grow in complexity, ways for constructing applications continue to multiply. This presents increased challenges to architects, who develop system architectures that align with business needs and user requirements and enable systems to perform predictably. Solid architecture also prevents defects and system failures, saves money, and gets products to market faster.

Architecture practitioners and experts from around the world will convene at the fifth annual SATURN Conference to exchange best architecture-centric practices in developing, acquiring, and maintaining software-reliant systems. SATURN 2009 will cover enterprise, systems, and software architectures. If you want to learn from the best and brightest, secure your spot today.

Early-Bird Registration Ends March 31!

Don't miss your chance to hear from keynote speakers Jonathan A. Zachman and Rebecca Wirfs-Brock and attend presentations on the value of architecture, governance, significant requirements, architecture competence, design and evaluation, and much more.

Register now to save $350 off the conference fee.

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Eoin Woods Keynote


Listen to Eoin Woods discuss the software architecture practices in the Barclays Global Investors environment.

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