May 16-20, 2011 | San Francisco Airport Marriott in Burlingame, California
Two SEI courses were offered at SATURN 2011.
This course is the most fundamental of the six courses in the SEI Software Architecture Curriculum. Software Architecture: Principles and Practices emphasizes the importance of the business (or mission) context in which systems are designed and introduces participants to software architectures in a real-world setting. "Industrial-strength" case studies illuminate the key technical and organizational issues regarding software architectures. This course is based on the book Software Architecture in Practice, 2nd Edition.
This class provides a starting point for people tasked with the design and implementation of service-oriented architecture in the following areas:
If implemented correctly, SOA adoption can provide business agility, reuse of business functionality, and leverage of legacy systems for an organization. The key word in the previous statement is "IF". There is still widespread belief that SOA can be implemented "out of the box", that SOA is all about technology, that securing service-oriented systems is accomplished via "out of the box" tools, and that testing service-oriented systems is no different than testing any other type of system.
Before registering for this course, participants must have
May 16-20, 2011
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