Architectural Assessment in Concrete Terms
iSAQB Module ARCEVAL
The iSAQB module ARCEVAL provides you with all the necessary skills to independently document and assess the quality of software architectures in a methodologically sound manner. You will learn the relevant vocabulary to effectively describe architecture and non-functional quality characteristics of software. You will also acquire proven and comprehensible methods for scenario-based, code-based and metrics-based architecture assessment. This will enable you to ensure and further develop that requirements such as security, changeability and efficiency are met in the architecture of medium to large software systems.
In the CPSA-Advanced module ARCEVAL, we familiarise you with the basics and with the common vocabulary used to describe architecture quality. You will then learn to design quality scenarios and plan and conduct assessment workshops. Different assessment methods are used, including the Modularity Maturity Index (MMI) developed by WPS. Together we analyse the architecture of real software systems and discuss different assessment scenarios. In doing so, we leave enough room for exchanging experiences in communicating architecture quality.
In our two-day training, you will acquire all the necessary skills to identify, formulate and test software architecture requirements. You will learn to evaluate software architectures for medium and large systems using source code, scenarios and other quality criteria. You will also learn to effectively involve and support management and development teams in the assessment process. As part of the iSAQB Certified Professional for Software Architecture, Advanced Level (CPSA-A), you will receive 20 methodological credit points for your participation.
- Online Training: € 1.600,-* | Early Bird (3 months before training starts) € 1.400,-*
Maximum number of participants per date: 12 persons
*) Prices plus applicable VAT.
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