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This course provides participants with a structured overview of the process of architecting a software-intensive system. It describes the tasks in which the architect is involved throughout the life of a project in conjunction with different approaches (waterfall, iterative, agile). It will discuss the specific concerns of the architect such as the definition of architecture, the characteristics of the architect, the benefits of architecting, documenting a software architecture, reuse, the relationship between requirements and architecture, and architecting at both a logical and physical level. It will also touch upon more advanced topics such as architecting complex systems. The course has been created by Peter Eeles, an executive IT architect for IBM Rational Software. Peter spends most of his time helping organizations improve their software development capability, with a particular focus on improving their architecting process. He has been in the software industry since 1985 architecting and implementing large-scale, distributed systems.