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Thursday, May 5 • 10:30am - 11:00am
The Tale of Three ATAMs for the Same Project

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In the domain of Internet of Things connectivity and data processing for medical devices, an ​​enterprise IT project of significant size ​was experiencing problems ​with reliability and performance. Three reviews were performed on this project, in various stages, using the Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method (ATAM):

  1. an existing, old project ​with problems ​​(an architecture grown over the years​)​
  2. a reference architecture to be considered as a replacement of the old architecture
  3. an implementation architecture that used specific cloud solutions and services

This experience report contains lessons learned from

  • translating results of each ATAM into actionable changes in the organization
  • deriving technical decisions from each ATAM review
  • using ATAM results to help select solution, service, and technology providers
  • differences in ​the ATAM for the reference architecture and the ATAM for the specific implementation architecture​

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Andrzej Knafel

Roche Diagnostics International, Ltd.
Andrzej Knafel is Chief Software Architect at Roche Diagnostics International in Switzerland. His experience includes leading international teams and multisite software development projects with a focus on automation, connectivity, security, and data management in health-care applications; international cooperation with companies, consortia, and public organizations; and working with multicultural teams (living in six countries on two... Read More →


Thursday May 5, 2016 10:30am - 11:00am
Fairbanks B

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