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SATURN 2010 Presentations

Presentations from the program of SATURN 2010 (May 17-21, 2010, in Minneapolis, Minnesota)

Software Engineering Institute



SATURN 2010 took place from May 17-21, 2010 in Minneapolis, MN. 160 attendees enjoyed tutorials, presentations, and keynote speeches on the SATURN 2010 theme of "Architecting for Change."

Sessions and presentations included:

  • Agile Architecting: Using Agile Principles to Agilitize the Architecting Process, Amine Chigani
  • An Architectural Decision Modeling Framework for SOA and Cloud Design, Olaf Zimmermann
  • Architects: Accelerators or Anchors to Organizational Agility?, Jim Highsmith
  • Architecturally Focused Techniques for Managing System Evolution, William Koscho
  • Architecture and Agile, Friends or Enemies?, Ger Schoeber
  • Architecture Certification Panel: SATURN 2010, Mark H. Klein
  • Architecture Model Reconstruction Towards Change Scenario Evaluation, Heiko Koziolek, Emanuel Kolb, and Jens Doppelhamer
  • Assessing Commercial Off-the-Shelf Software in Industry Using ATAM and RUP Analysis, Marcel Derosier
  • Cloud Computing Architecture, Gerald Kaefer
  • Designing and Building Large-Scale Systems in an Agile World, Stevie Borne and Dave Hendricksen
  • Enterprise Architecture for the Smart Grid: A Status Update, Elizabeth Sisley
  • Introducing Software Architecture Development Methods into a TSP-Based Development Company, Isaac M. Aceves, Jaime Castillo, Humberto Cervantes, and Carlos M. de Oca
  • Lessons Learned Adapting an Existing Architecture in a Changing Business Landscape, Arthur Wright
  • Lessons Learned from Service-Oriented Systems for Engineering Systems of Systems, Grace Lewis
  • Managing Scale and Agility: Transformational Architecture for the Smart Grid (Keynote), Wayne Longcore
  • Managing Software Interfaces of On-Board Automotive Controllers, Anthony Tsakiris
  • Promoting Data-Centric Architectures, Uwe Hohenstein, Michael Jaeger, Gerald Kaefer, and Ravi Madipadaga
  • Quality Attribute Workshop Experiences and Reflections, Pia Stoll, Anders Wall, and Roland Weiss
  • Software Architecture and Agility: A Clash of Two Cultures?, Philippe Kruchten
  • The Architect as Change Agent, Linda Rising
  • The Use of Change Cases in Software System Architecting, J.D. Baker
  • Using the Attribute-Driven Design for Automated Predictive Maintenance and Diagnostics of Complex Software Systems, Aldo Dagnino

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