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Use this form to apply to become an SEI-Certified Instructor for Implementing Goal-Driven Measurement.
The SEI provides architectural coaching to customers who have decided to integrate architecture with their development practices. This fact sheet explains how.
Attribute-Driven Design (ADD) is a systematic, step-by-step method that helps you design an effective architecture for software-intensive systems.
Fact sheet describing the SEI approach to documentation software architecture that centers on the concept of a view as its fundamental organization principle.
The SEI's architecture evaluation methods can help you improve software development and quality and gain early confidence in achieving system-related business and mission goals.
A Mission Thread Workshop conducted by the SEI is an effective way of understanding stakeholder needs and reducing the risks associated with software architectures.
To provide insight into the viability of software architecture, the SEI developed Active Reviews for Intermediate Design (ARID), blending architecture evaluation and specification review.
Before you build a software system, you need to clarify the capabilities it must deliver. The SEI Quality Attribute Workshop helps you identify important quality attributes before there is a software architecture.
The SEI's Cost Benefit Analysis Method (CBAM) helps organizations invest their resources to maximize their gains, meet their schedules, and minimize their risks.
This brochure describes the Architecture Analysis & Design Language and the Open Source AADL Tool Environment, two tools that support model-based engineering.