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SATURN 2009 Presentations

Presentations from the program of SATURN 2009 (May 4-7, 2009, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)

Software Engineering Institute



SATURN 2009's program featured presentations on everything from aligning software, system, and enterprise architectures to governance and architecture competence, design, and improvement. These were presented by practitioners who deal with these issues every day and know firsthand what works and what doesn't.

Sessions and presentations included:

  • A Framework for Making Architectural Decisions in a Business Context, Jeromy Carriere, Rick Kazman, and Ipek Ozkaya
  • Architectural Measurements & Metrics at All Scales, Joseph Starwood
  • Architecture Governance and Rules Enforcement Using AOP and SonarJ—A Case Study, Srini Penchikala
  • Architecting for Highly Available, Scalable, and Reliable Mission-Critical Applications, Diego Dagum
  • Architecting the Organization, Kenneth Kunkel
  • A Simple and Flexible Specification for an Enterprise Architecture Practice, David Cuyler
  • Bottom-Up Software Product Line Design: A Case Study Emphasizing the Need for Stakeholder Commitment, Jens Doppelhamer, Heiko Koziolek, and Roland Weiss
  • Bridging Systems and Software Architecture, Anne-Marie Buibish, Caleb Conley, Amy Lange, James Lewis, and Elizabeth Penisten
  • Career Track for Architects in IT Organizations, Shankar Kambhampaty
  • Dealing with Quality Attribute Requirements as the Hero, Not the Witch, Andre Gous
  • Experience with the Architecture Improvement Workshop, Lawrence G. Jones and Rick Kazman
  • How Acquisition Practice Can Impede SOA Governance, Lloyd Brodsky
  • How to Conduct a Contextually-Driven Systems Architecture Review, Michael F. Dedolph
  • Improving the Definition of Quality Attribute Scenarios by Using Requirements Patterns, Aldo Dagnino
  • Integrating Usability Supporting Architectural Patterns in a Product Line System's Architecture, Len Bass, Elspeth Golden, Bonnie E. John, and Pia Stoll
  • Leveraging ADD for Objective Technology Evaluation and Decision Analysis, Elizabeth Kielczewski
  • Limits to the Use of the Zachman Framework in Developing and Evolving Architectures for Complex Systems of Systems, Philip J. Boxer and Suzanne Garcia-Miller
  • Software Architecture Beyond Blueprints, Issac Eldo
  • The Impact of Conducting ATAM Evaluations on Army Programs, John K. Bergey, Stephen Blanchette, Jr., Mark H. Klein, and Robert Nord
  • The Role and Development of an Enterprise Architect: A Devil's Advocate’s Perspective, Robert Ellinger

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