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User is offline Adrian M.
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Webinar: Trace operational and other non-functional requirements to business intent 
Modified By Adrian M.  on 7/21/2007 12:06:35 AM)

Compuware is offering a webinar on tracing operational and non-functional requirements business intent.

More and more there is increased pressure to develop applications that are closely tuned to business processes and yet can be changed on a moment’s notice to reflect new priorities.

Achieving balance between business goals and the associated operational requirements set has been a challenge. Too often different stakeholders are defining the business (domain experts) and operational (technical experts) perspectives. This can lead to disconnects in the systems delivered, requiring expensive rework either late in the development cycle or in post-production maintenance releases.

This webinar will outline some techniques/approaches that allow you to balance structured business requirements with operational and quality-focused requirements such as performance. Some highlights:

  • applying checklist quality models to your requirements
  • representing Service Level Objectives (SLOs) in conjunction with business service needs in your requirement set.
  • coordinating scaling and performance requirements with business goals
  • capturing business rules in context with end-user business goals
  • driving outsourced agreements, contract and vendor management.

Register for the webinar.

Adrian Marchis
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