SEI Webinar Series: How to Effectively Evaluate Software Architecture and Identify Risks

The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) will present a free webinar on Thursday, September 10 from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT. Here is the abstract:

Software architecture is critical for business success. Solid architecture prevents defects and system failures. It saves money and gets quality products to the market faster.

Most software-reliant systems are required to be modifiable and reliable. They may also need to be secure, interoperable, and portable. How do you know whether your software architecture is suitable or at risk relative to its target system qualities?

The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) is hosting a webinar to discuss how using the Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method® (ATAM®) – practical and proven architecture-centric evaluation techniques – can identify risks early in the life cycle. The SEI ATAM is used widely in many different settings. The ATAM is a tested process that has been used in many evaluations over the past 10 or more years. If executed as defined, positive results can almost be guaranteed.

Felix H. Bachmann, a senior member of the technical staff at the SEI working in the Research, Technology, and System Solutions Program, will lead this webinar. He is an SEI-Certified ATAM Leader as well as a contributor to and instructor for the SEI’s ATAM Evaluator Training.

You can register for this webinar here.

– Bill Pollak, SEI

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