Past Conferences

SATURN 2017

203 attendees at SATURN 2017 represented 18 countries and 104 organizations. 92 participants started their conference experience by attending one of these one-day SEI courses: Big Data, taught by John Klein; a DevOps security course taught by Hasan Yasar of CERT; or a new SEI course on microservices taught by Paulo Merson.

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SATURN 2018

Plano, Texas

May 7-10, 2018

The 14th annual SATURN Conference continued its tradition of offering keynotes and sessions on both essential skills and cutting-edge methods for software architects. Talks covered topics on strong foundations in architecture as well as craftsmanship for those pushing the state of the art in the field.

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SATURN 2017

Denver, Colorado

May 1-4, 2017

In 2017, the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) Conference celebrated its 13th year. As the premier software architecture conference for senior engineers, SATURN 2017 offered keynotes and sessions on both essential skills and cutting-edge methods for software architects.

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SATURN 2016

San Diego, California

May 2-5, 2016

The 12th annual SATURN Conference, the premier software architecture conference for senior engineers, offered keynotes and sessions on both essential skills and cutting-edge methods for software architects. The conference named the first winner of the Linda M. Northrop Software Architecture Award.

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SATURN 2015

Baltimore, Maryland

April 27-30, 2015

The 11th Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) conference was designed for practitioners who are responsible for producing robust software architectures as well as for those who view software architecture as a critical element in the achievement of their business or organizational missions.

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SATURN 2014

Portland, Oregon

May 5-9, 2014

SATURN 2014, held in collaboration with IEEE Software magazine, had 198 participants from 20 countries and 111 organizations. Themes included evolution, architectural modeling, scalability, DevOps, and architecting in the enterprise. Attendees heard keynotes from Team Wikispeed, IBM Watson, and Netflix.

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