Showing 1 - 9 of 9 results for Publish Year - 2012 Software Product Lines
This document describes the activities and practices in which an organization must be competent before it can benefit from fielding a product line of software systems.
This bibliography lists SEI and non-SEI resources that have informed the SEI Product Lines efforts. Examples cover diverse domains and show the kind of improvements you can achieve using a product line approach.
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.
This presentation introduces the STRategic Ecosystem Analysis Method (STREAM), which uses the architecture construct of a view to reduce model complexity.
In this webinar, we will show how the SEI's architecture methods can be used to improve an existing software system.
In this episode, Felix Bachmann and James McHale discuss their work on a project between the SEI and Bursatec to create a reliable and fast new trading system for Groupo Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, the Mexican Stock Exchange.
John Klein reviews the SEI perspective on architecture-centric engineering, and discusses how this approach scales from its original software context through systems-of-systems.
Ipek Ozkaya shows you how to spot the sources of technical debt in your project, track it, and use it to your advantage.
Although software architecture is a key factor in determining the success or failure of a software system, software professionals throughout the industry continue to struggle with questions like: What exactly is a software architecture? Why is software architecture important?