Today´s systems integration technologies enable the integration of (software+) engineering environments to support engineering processes across domain and tool boundaries. These engineering processes heavily rely on manual configuration of integration frameworks, resulting in costly, time-consuming, anderror-prone human work. In this paper, we introduce an extended model-driven approach for the automated derivation of integration technology configurations for supporting engineering processes. This allows both an efficient and effective derivation of initial configurations, as well as easy adaptations of existing configurations in case of changed engineering processes. Based on a standard software engineering process, we show the feasibility of the proposed approach and discuss the advantages and limitations for software(+) engineering.