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 The SEI Technical Strategic Plan

By Kevin FallDeputy Director, Research, and CTO This is the second installment in a series on the SEI's technical strategic plan. Department of Defense (DoD) systems are becoming increasingly software reliant, at a time when concerns about cybersecurity are at...

 A Five-Year Technical Strategic Plan for the SEI

The Department of Defense (DoD) and other government agencies increasingly rely on software and networked software systems. As one of over 40 federally funded research and development centers sponsored by the United States government, Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute...

 The 2014 Year in Review: Top 10 Blog Posts

In 2014, the SEI blog has experienced unprecedented growth, with visitors in record numbers learning more about our work in big data, secure coding for Android, malware analysis, Heartbleed, and V Models for Testing. In 2014 (through December 21), the...

 Information Resilience in Today's High Risk Information Economy

Earlier this month, the U.S. Postal Service reported that hackers broke into their computer system and stole data records associated with 2.9 million customers and 750,000 employees and retirees, according to reports on the breach. In the JP Morgan Chase...

The term big data is a subject of much hype in both government and business today. Big data is variously the cause of all existing system problems and, simultaneously, the savior that will lead us to the innovative solutions and...

 Android, Heartbleed, Testing, and DevOps: An SEI Blog Mid-Year Review

In the first half of this year, the SEI blog has experienced unprecedented growth, with visitors in record numbers learning more about our work in big data, secure coding for Android, malware analysis, Heartbleed, and V Models for Testing. In...

 The Importance of Software Architecture in Big Data Systems

Many types of software systems, including big data applications, lend them themselves to highly incremental and iterative development approaches. In essence, system requirements are addressed in small batches, enabling the delivery of functional releases of the system at the end...

 Architecting Systems of the Future

The power and speed of computers have increased exponentially in recent years. Recently, however, modern computer architectures are moving away from single-core and multi-core (homogenous) central processing units (CPUs) to many-core (heterogeneous) CPUs. This blog post describes research I've undertaken...



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