A two-day Architecture Analysis training course is now available for delivery on-site. Centred around the Solution Architecture Review Method (SARM), it covers all aspects of architecture analysis including:
- Risk trade-off analysis
- Architecturally Significant Requirements and Decisions
- Quality Attributes and Quality Models
- Functional and non-functional requirements
- Stakeholder analysis
- Benefits realisation
- Cost benefit analysis
Over the two days, participants develop a case study working in groups, considering requirements, developing a service concept, applying design thinking methods to improve their designs, then collaborating on a trade-off analysis of the competing solutions. Following a single case study from inception through to evaluation of competing designs helps to build a comprehensive understanding of this critical capability.
A more complex worked example is also explored, enabling participants to see how analysis can be conducted on a substantial business system.
See here for a more detailed overview of the course agenda.