CPSA® – ADVANCED LEVEL MODULE
ARCEVAL – Architecture Evaluation
How to determine whether architecture meets expectations
Credit Points for ARCEVAL Training Courses
How to determine whether the architecture meets expectations
The module architecture evaluation (ARCEVAL) – apart from the clarification of important basic terms, conditions, and goals – particularly deals with the requirements in architecture evaluation. Here the concept of quality as well as associated quality characteristics and scenarios play a major role. Participants also learn how to successfully prepare and conduct evaluation workshops. Reworking and utilization of results with the associated risks, a meaningful documentation of results and the subsequent communication of these results will also be examined.
The evaluation of existing systems or their parts is taught to the participants by learning to derive scenarios from existing problems, to verify the implementation of the architecture and to apply appropriate metrics and tools for architecture evaluation.
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