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This talk shares a perspective on the trends influencing the need for change, the related architectural challenges, and the applicable research and practices.
This webinar introduces the Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL), the architecture modeling language used to specify safety-critical systems. We show its use in the Open Source AADL Tool Environment (OSATE).
In this 2008 presentation, Grace Lewis provides an overview of SOA and explains the implications that SOA adoption has on the processes used to develop service-oriented systems.
The objective of this tutorial is to provide guidance on the architecture and design of service-oriented systems. Part I covers basic concepts and impact.
The second part will focus on SOA infrastructure-design considerations, decomposition of an enterprise service bus (ESB) into patterns and tactics as an example of SOA infrastructure, and principles of service design.
Mike Gagliardi shares a SoS architecture definition and evaluation approach that involves stakeholders in augmenting end-to-end mission threads with quality attribute considerations.
In this talk we report on three case studies of real-world projects—two industrial and one open-source—where we attempted to measure the consequences of various architectural approaches to security.
This presentation on software architecture and the TSP was delivered by Felix Bachmann, Jim McHale, and Robert Nord at the SEI's SATURN 2011 workshop.
In this 2009 webinar, Felix Bachmann discusses how using the Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method (ATAM) can help identify risks early in a product's life cycle.
At this 2012 event, Felix Bachmann discussed the concepts used by an Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method (ATAM) that make an evaluation successful, which can be integrated into the architecture design process to ensure the creation of successful systems.