1 edition of Effective Software Maintenance and Evolution found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||May 7, 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
nodata File Size: 8MB.
The production of new management approaches to evolution, leading to understanding of the relationships between technology and business. For more information, see our eBook. Constraints of an existing system: Maintenance is performed on an operational system.
Conclusion Software Maintenance is an essential part of the software development life cycle; it is necessary for the success and evolution of your system.
Program Evolution: Processes of Software Change. Initial development — The first delivered version is produced. An exit strategy is devised and implemented, often involving techniques such as wrapping and data migration.
Restructuring, optimizing code and updating documentation are common preventive changes. Perfective Software Maintenance Perfective software maintenance focuses on the evolution of requirements and features that existing in your system.
Perfective software maintenance takes over some of the work, both adding features that can enhance user experience and removing features that are not effective and functional. Additional info for Effective Software Maintenance and Evolution: A Reuse-Based Approach Sample text.
This process should help clients understand it will have to undergo changes if proper functionality is desired.
It additionally discusses utilizing XML-based instruments, the jobs of software program parts, item know-how, and metaprogramming in enhancing structures upkeep, in addition to the best way to align software program with company objectives via strategic maintenance.