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First Software Solutions Conference, Arlington, Va., Nov. 16-18, 2015

Software: Catalyst of Change

With the increasing reliance on and penetration of software into everyday lives, the need for organizations to predictably develop, acquire, and sustain high-quality software systems has never been greater. To address this need, the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute (SEI) is pleased to announce that it will host its first Software Solutions Conference (SSC) at the Hilton Crystal City in Arlington, Va., from Nov. 16 through 18.

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Rich Program Earns Praise from SATURN 2015 Conference Attendees

See this summary of the SATURN 2015 Conference on the SEI website.

Link Roundup, 1-20-15: Clouds at Hyperscale

Clouds at Hyperscale

For media services everywhere, January is the time to write summaries of the previous year and make forecasts about the next one. Lisa Wirthman of Forbes Magazine helps us transition to the new year with How the Top 5 Cloud Trends of 2014 Will Impact the Enterprise in 2015. The fourth of Wirthman’s five trends is about the maturing cloud market in 2014 and the growth of a few cloud providers operating at a global scale in 2015. This SATURN link roundup offers a few recent blog posts on clouds at hyperscale.

A Rare Peek Into The Massive Scale of AWS: Amazon Web Services has revealed the size and scope of its cloud, and Timothy Prickett Morgan at EnterpriseTech reports that it is really, really big. Morgan runs through some of the numbers and discusses the datacenter architecture of the AWS cloud. You can also watch AWS Senior Vice President Andy Jassy’s keynote talk from the AWS Re:Invent 2014 Conference. Continue reading

Link Roundup, 10/21/14: The Watson Explorer

The Watson Explorer

The Watson Developer Cloud brings Watson to developers and the cognitive cloud to Internet applications. Watson offers a variety of services for building cognitive apps, including language identification and translation, interpreting meaning based on context, and communicating with people in their own styles. Here are some reviews and links to APIs and sample code.

IBM’s Watson Supercomputer Gives Developers Access to Cognitive Cloud: George Lawton at TechTarget provides an early review of the Watson Explorer’s unified view of enterprise information. The cloud allows the technology to be accessible for a greater variety of applications and improves the scale and time to market of those applications.

IBM Debuts First Watson Machine-Learning APIs: Serdar Yegulalp at Java World previews the eight services that developers can access for building cognitive apps based on Watson’s machine intelligence service. He focuses on visualization rendering as the service least limited by data training. Continue reading

Link Roundup, July 29, 2014: The Cloud

The Cloud

The Future Looks “Foggy” for Cloud Computing: Greg Otto at FedScoop reports on cloudlets and cyberforaging, potential solutions for bandwidth problems at the edge of the cloud, from a talk given by the Software Engineering Institute’s Grace Lewis at the Federal Cloud Computing Summit.

Virtual Machines, JavaScript and Assembler: In a keynote presentation at the 2014 O’Reilly Velocity ConferenceScott Hanselman “explores the relationship between the cloud and the browser, many languages and one language, how it might all fit together, and what comes next.”

SMBs Tie Cloud Computing To Increased Revenue: Charles Babcock at InformationWeek reports on research by Oxford Economics and Windstream Communications that found that small and midsized businesses credit cloud computing with increasing revenues.

The Uneven Future: 2 Telling Views of Cloud Adoption: Bernard Golden at CIO gives three reasons for the uneven growth of cloud computing.

Link Roundup, July 10, 2014: Internet of Things

Internet of Things

Being Forgotten in the Internet of Things: Nick Malik at Microsoft Developer Network’s Inside Architecture discusses a complication in European citizens’ new “right to be forgotten” and proposes a solution.

Nest: A Small Company and a Big Disruption Enabled by Cloud: Gery Menegaz at IBM’s Thoughts on Cloud explains how the Nest Learning Thermostat made innovative use of cloud technology to turn a profit, help power companies solve a problem, and satisfy a government mandate.

Microsoft Backs Open Source for the Internet of Things: Patrick Thibodeau at Computerworld reports that Microsoft has joined the AllSeen Alliance to help promote an open source code framework to standardize device communications.

Internet of Things Done Wrong Stifles Innovation: Frank Palermo at InformationWeek considers the “dark side” of the Internet of Things. How will the IoT address security and privacy?

SATURN 2014 Insights in Evolution Session (notes)

Notes by Scott Shipp

Past, Present, and Future of APIs for Mobile and Web Apps
Ole Lensmar, SmartBear Software

Ole Lensmar is from Sweden and has been in the API space since the late ’90s. He has created one of the most popular API testing tools in the world SoapAPI. He also is the CTO of SmartBear solutions.

Once upon a time, people tried to connect distributed systems with

  • DCE/RPC
  • CORBA
  • COM / DCOM
  • J2EE / RMI

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Exciting Events Added to SATURN 2014 Program

The international software architecture community has responded to this year’s SATURN technical program with another year of strong registration for the SEI Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) Conference. SATURN, now in its 10th year, will be held at the Marriott Downtown Waterfront in Portland, Oregon, from May 5 through 9, 2014, and registration is still open. Currently 180 people are registered to attend, and it is likely that this year’s conference will come close to or exceed the record attendance of 207 in Minneapolis in 2013.

We are excited to inform you about two late additions to the technical program.

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Fourth Keynote Added to SATURN Program: Dianne Marsh of Netflix

We are happy to announce that we have added a fourth keynote speaker to the SATURN 2014 technical program. Dianne Marsh, director of engineering for Netflix in Los Gatos, Ca. will speak about Engineering Velocity: Continuous Delivery at Netflix at 9:00 am on May 8, 2014 in Portland, Oregon.

Dianne

 

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1st ACM International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering and Systems (MobileSoft 2014)

1st ACM International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering and Systems
MobileSoft 2014
http://www.sigsoft.org/mobilesoft2014
June 2-3, 2014 Hyderabad, India

Co-located with ICSE 2014 May 31- June 7, 2014
http://2014.icse-conferences.org

Important Dates
!!! EXTENDED !!!
Submission: January 27, 2014
Notification: February 24, 2014
Camera: March 3, 2014
Conference: June. 2-3, 2014

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