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  • Software Process & System Engineering

    Abstract

    Software Development Process Plan (SDPP) is the planned enactment of the software process for a project to be. The goal is to define project management, process management, and product development. A project process plan starts with the bidding and proposal activities. The proposal development is followed by planning, assessing risks and most of all defining the project. The planning and systems requirements are analyzed, and software requirements are defined as the next logical phase. The test planning encompasses architectural and detailed designs, software requirements and design implementation. The software creation then starts; the code unit test and intermediate testing are part of the testing plan. Dry runs are used before validating the software. This process is called formal qualification test (FQT) of the Computer Configuration Item (CSCI). The next round of tests is the system integration tests, which is followed by the release and support of the delivered software. A parallel path of process control and evaluation of the project is enacted from the bid proposal to the retirement of the product. SDPP helps the engineers and management ensure quality software products, create secure software products, and improve process management and product integrity in an organization.

    Azul Fellaouen
    Vourouma

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    Software Process

    1.0 Overview
    1.1 The Process
    The purpose of a Software Development Process Plan (SDDP) is to execute assigned work items in accordance with the Project Management, Process Management, and Product Development Plans. The SDPP defines the basic elements of the software process as defined by the common process documentation for Methods, Artifacts, and Activities. The Software Development Process plan presents the three categories of process activities defined as Project Management, Process Management, and Product Development and illustrates the integral process mechanisms for Risk Management, Change Control, Metrics Collection, Quality Assurance, Technical Validation, and so forth.

    The Project Management Activities consists of:
    • Bid and Proposal Development or initiation
    • Define Project
    • Assess Risk
    • Plan Project
    • Monitor and Control Project
    • Retiring the project

    The Process Management Activities consists of:
    • Evaluate Quality
    • Perform Configuration Management
    • Support Project Tools
    • Archive Project and Records
    • Train Project Personnel

    The Product Development Activities consists of:
    • Analyzing System Requirements
    • Defining Software Requirements
    • Creating Preliminary Design
    • Creating Detailed Design
    • Planning Testing
    • Creating Computer Software
    • Performing Intermediate Testing
    • Performing CSCI Testing
    • Supporting System Testing
    • Releasing Software and
    • Supporting Delivered Software

    Azul Fellawen
    Vourouma

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