WICSA/CompArch 2015 – 12th Working IEEE / IFIP Conference on Software Architecture and 9th Federated Conference Series Component-Based Software Engineering and Software Architecture
Call for Workshop Papers
May 4-8, 2015 Montreal, Canada
WICSA | CompArch 2015 workshops provide a unique forum for researchers and practitioners to present and discuss the latest R&D results, experiences, trends, and challenges in the field of software architecture, component-based software engineering, and software system qualities.
To help developers make the most of the Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL), two SEI researchers published Model-Based Engineering with AADL (Addison-Wesley Professional 2012), about which we blogged here in October.
The book has been selected for Intel Corporation’s Recommended Reading List for the first half of 2013.
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Notes by Jack Chen
Design and Implementation of an Agile Price Management Platform for Banking
Thipor Kong, Credit Suisse
Ulrich Hildebrand, Credit Suisse
Abstract and presentation slides
Two strategic directions being pursued:
- consolidate IT operations on existing legacy applications in-house
- trying to stabilize, renew, rebuild existing applications with new capabilities
Core banking processes
- we don’t sell brokerage, payments, or custody as isolated offerings
- key focus in Premium Private Banking on sophisticated banking solutions by bundling and integration
Posted in Architecture-Centric Engineering, Architecture-Centric Practices, SATURN Conference
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