SATURN Conference 2012

May 7-11, 2012 | St. Petersburg, FL


In 2012, the SEI Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) Conference celebrated its 8th year. What began as a small gathering of practitioners and SEI technical staff members has grown to an international conference that attracts researchers, practitioners, and industry experts.

As projects continue to grow in scale and complexity, effective collaboration across geographical, cultural, and technical boundaries is increasingly prevalent and essential to system success. SATURN 2012 explored the theme of “Architecture: Catalyst for Collaboration.” SATURN 2012 included presentations, courses, and tutorials on

  • collaboration in software development, for example, architecture in an Agile project
  • collaboration in the context of mobile computing, cloud computing, social networking, open frameworks, and service-oriented architecture
  • knowledge management for effective collaboration
  • systems of systems and ultra-large-scale systems: how to achieve collaboration across independently funded and managed organizations
  • multi-agent systems and collaboration among non-human entities such as software and networks
  • collaborative design and architecture tools

SATURN 2012 took place May 7-11, 2012 in St. Petersburg, Florida, at the St. Petersburg Bayfront Hilton hotel. The conference was held in collaboration with IEEE Software magazine.

To learn more about SATURN and SEI work in architecture-centric engineering, join the SATURN LinkedIn group, visit the SATURN blog, or visit the SEI's software architecture website.


SATURN 2012 Conference
May 7-11, 2012


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