May 17 - 21, 2010 | Minneapolis, MN
This course is designed to broaden awareness of Department of Defense acquirers about the benefits of adopting software architecture technology as a means of reducing acquisition risk and achieving system qualities. This course is also appropriate for defense contractors who want to increase their competitive advantage by gaining insight into how the government may incorporate software architecture technologies into acquisitions.
Course Overview: The course is divided into two parts.
The first part will cover software architecture fundamentals and concepts, and the benefits of adopting architecture-centric practices. Topics include:
The second part describes how an acquisition organization can adopt an architecture-centric approach in a system acquisition. This focuses on answering four key questions:
This "Why, When and Where, How, and What" approach provides the knowledge to apply these techniques in an acquisition context.
Wayne Longcore, Chief Architect at Consumers Energy, to Keynote at SATURN 2010
SATURN 2010 Technical Program blog post
Conference technical chair Ipek Ozkaya talks about the SATURN 2010 technical program
Presentation by Len Bass linked on the SATURN Network Blog
Read about software architecture for acquisition people
Architecture certification track to be included in SATURN 2010
Jim Highsmith, Leader of the Agile Movement, to Keynote at SATURN 2010
Minneapolis Hilton chosen as conference site
Learn about the architecture of ultra-large-scale systems
Review the recent presentation given by SEI staffer Len Bass.
Watch a webinar on how to effectively evaluate software architecture and identify risks
This webinar was led by SEI staffer Felix Bachmann.
SATURN 2010 will be presented in collaboration with IEEE Software
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