63656-3 Improve software quality, lower costs, and get to market faster! Don't risk your software product's success through haphazard integration and release management! Software Release Methodology shows you "best practices" for every stage of a successful product release: source code control, product build, testing and defect tracking, code integration, software change management, and release engineering. No matter how large (or small) your project or software development organization, you'll find carefully designed, practical solutions that enhance quality, reduce costs, and get you to market faster. Coverage includes: *Why product builds are so difficult, and how to solve the problem. *Simple defect tracking techniques that make sure problems actually get fixed. *Managing releases on hard media, soft media, and "net" media. *Preventing problems on media masters. *Release numbering and naming: setting customer expectations and avoiding confusion. *Change control for managing your software development process from start to finish. *Organizational solutions that work in establishing release management and services.Bays presents expert techniques that have never been published before-and shows how to design a coherent integration and release process that's dramatically more effective than what you're doing now. If you're responsible for a successful software release, Software Methodology may be the most important book you'll buy this year.About the Author:
MICHAEL BAYS is the release engineering manager for Cisco Systems Enterprise Line of Business, based in Silicon Valley, California. He has more than ten years of direct and indirect experience in integration and product release methodologies for a wide range of software-based products, including applications, operating systems, development systems, embedded systems, and networking devices.
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Descripción Prentice Hall, 1999. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: 1. Introduction.The Basics of Software Products. The Basic Software Development Process. The Role of Software Integration and Release Methodology.2. Nontechnical Primer on Files, Tools, and Source.Files and Directory Hierarchies. What is a Tool? What is a Source File? The Need for Source Code Control. The Need for File Merging.3. Source Code Control.Core Set of Source Code Control Actions. Source File Management Protocols. Branch Management. Large-Scale Development Strategies.4. Builds.Development Environments. Tools. Product Building. The Source Tree. The Order of Operations in a Build. Build Strategies. The Runtime Environment. The Developer's Build Environment. Build Reproducibility. Build Automation.5. Defect Tracking.High Level Methods of Defect Tracking. Basic Elements of Defect Tracking. The Basic Elements of a Defect Record. Additional Elements for Advanced Defect Tracking Systems. Additional Uses of the Defect Tracking System. Defect Metrics.6. Modularized System Integration.When Do You Not Need Modularized System Integration. Product Modularization. System Integration Overview. Parallelism in System Integration. Major Aspects of the System Integration Cycle. Build Qualification. Coordination for Centralized System Integration. Using Computer Applications as Change Control Systems.7. Change Control.Independent Elements of Change Control. Comprehensive Aspects of Code Control in the Development Environment. Change Control Boards.8. Product Release Classifications and Numbering.Customer Release Classifications. Customer Support for the Release. Release Classifications and Release Numbering. Internal Release Numbers. Making Customer Release Number Decisions.9. Release Distribution.Media Types. Physical Distribution Media. Media Mastering. Network Media. Customer Distribution Options. Internal Distribution and Customer Deliverable Prototyping. Release Note Documentation.10. Release Engineering Service Strategies.What is a Release Methodology? Issues With Development Service Groups. Size and Complexity Considerations.11. Release Management and Planning.Release Management. Dictator Philosophy. Process Development and Deployment. Release Execution.Index. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0136365647
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