SATURN 2007

The third SEI Software Architecture Technology User Network Workshop was held May 14-16, 2007 at Sheraton Station Square in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

This SATURN workshop included four tutorials, two keynote presentations, 11 presentations on practitioner experiences in using SEI software architecture technology methods and techniques, a panel on experiences in using the SEI Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method® (ATAM®), and four working sessions. Participant presentations covered topics in software architecture such as architecturally significant requirements, system of systems architecture, architecture design and evaluation, and architecture competence. Working sessions covered promising future directions in software architecture technology and practices. They provided participants opportunities to discuss these topics with colleagues in other organizations and to give feedback to the members of the SEI about their work in this area. In 2007, SATURN brought together professionals from over 30 organizations.

Software Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) Workshop
May 14 - 16, 2007
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

The SEI Software Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) workshops bring together engineers, architects, technical managers, and product managers to exchange best practices in developing and acquiring software architectures and using them to build predictable, high-quality systems.

 

SATURN workshops provide a unique opportunity for participants to learn from each other through presentations, tutorials, and working sessions. Participants share how they successfully use software architecture practices within their organizations to ensure predictable product qualities, cost, and schedule. SATURN workshops also give participants an opportunity to give practical feedback to the SEI about future directions in software architecture technology and practices.

 

This year’s SATURN workshop included four tutorials, two keynote presentations, 11 presentations on practitioner experiences in using SEI software architecture technology methods and techniques, a panel on experiences in using the SEI Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method® (ATAM®), and four working sessions. Participant presentations covered topics in software architecture such as architecturally significant requirements, system of systems architecture, architecture design and evaluation, and architecture competence. Working sessions covered promising future directions in software architecture technology and practices. They provided participants opportunities to discuss these topics with colleagues in other organizations and to give feedback to the members of the SEI about their work in this area. This year, SATURN brought together professionals from over 30 organizations.

 

We hope you found the SATURN 2007 experience beneficial and look forward to seeing you at future workshops.

 

Workshop Co-chairs
Ipek Ozkaya, Software Engineering Institute
Rob Wojcik, Software Engineering Institute

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