2 edition of Enterprise software delivery found in the catalog.
Enterprise software delivery
Alan W. Brown
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Alan W. Brown|
|LC Classifications||QA76.758 .B7625 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012012882|
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The book kicks off with a nice overview of the complexities involved with software delivery at an enterprise level. It then details what a typical software delivery project looks like and highlights target areas of potential by: 3.
Get the New Book. Globalization, rapid technology churn, and massive economic shifts have made it more difficult than ever to deliver high-value enterprise software.
If you’re an enterprise software leader, strategist, or practitioner, this book can help you improve every facet that is crucial to performance, including agility, quality, predictability, innovation, and value.
Enterprise Software Delivery takes an end-to-end view on software delivery. It provides insight that help to manage and improve the software supply chain, to satisfy business needs.
Whether you are using waterfall development, or are migrating to or using agile, this book is useful to get more business value from enterprise software delivery/5. Globalization, rapid technology churn, and massive economic shifts have made it more difficult than ever to deliver high-value enterprise software.
In Enterprise Software Delivery, IBM Distinguished Engineer Alan W. Brown - Selection from Enterprise Software Delivery: Bringing Agility and Efficiency to the Global Software Supply Chain [Book]. This book fills a gap in our knowledge and understanding of global software delivery. It is suitable for software development managers, program and product managers, architects, and systems analysts responsible for the development, integration, quality, and delivery of.
Enterprise software, also known as enterprise application software (EAS), is computer software used to satisfy the needs of an organization rather than individual users. Such organizations include businesses, schools, interest-based user groups, clubs, charities, and governments.
Enterprise software is an integral part of a (computer-based) information system; a collection of such software is Type: software package. This book provides solutions for activities that are needed to deliver software and satisfy the needs of all involved stakeholders, in a disciplined and agile way.
(Full book review is published on Dzone, and at Disciplined Agile Delivery) Disciplined Agile Delivery is a hybrid approach, which includes practices from several agile methods/5. Globalization, rapid technology churn, and massive economic shifts have made it more difficult than ever to deliver high-value enterprise software.
In Enterprise Software Delivery, IBM Distinguished Engineer Alan W. Brown guides decisionmakers in understanding these new challenges, choosing today's best solutions, and successfully anticipating the future.
Chapter 1. Why Is Enterprise Software Delivery So Difficult. Chapter Summary This chapter introduces the book’s main themes: globalization of the enterprise, cost efficiency in delivery, and agility in meeting - Selection from Enterprise Software Delivery: Bringing Agility and Efficiency to the Global Software Supply Chain [Book].
To provide the context for this book, it is important to have a clear view of the current challenges faced in enterprise software delivery. To enable this view, I take a specific enterprise software delivery organization and describe how it executed a particular enterprise software delivery project.
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What Is the Focus of an Enterprise Software Delivery Organization. How Are the Needs for Enterprise Software Delivery Evolving. Conclusions Chapter 2: Anatomy of an Enterprise Software Delivery Project Introduction MyCo and the MyProj Enterprise Software Delivery Project Business and Availability: Live.
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He believes an enterprise's software delivery framework should principally be a series of steps that ensures value is created for the organization. Kersten is CEO of Tasktop, a value stream management tool provider, and his book provides an outline for how to determine those aforementioned steps.
Anatomy of an Enterprise Software Delivery Project 15 Chapter Summary I present an example of a typical enterprise software delivery project.
I examine its key characteristics and analyze speciﬁ c areas for improve-ment. I explore both the enterprise- level and project- level issues within this speciﬁ c example, and conclude the following:File Size: KB.
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This is important first because much of enterprise software is about customer experience in some way and also because the items we’ve covered so far should be driving the left (infrastructure/delivery) side of the Canvas- and that’s the part which directly drives our next section on process design.
DevOps, like Agile, has transformed enterprise software delivery. Thanks to sprints, prioritization, CI/CD and release automation, organizations are building and deploying software products faster than ever. That pesky bottleneck between code commit and deploy has been all but eliminated, which should ensure better time to value for customers.
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Enterprise software or enterprise application software (EAS) is an application software used by organizations to conduct their line-of-business operations, such as planning, human resources, inventory/materials management, business intelligence, purchasing, manufacturing, finance& accounting, customer relationship management, marketing, sales&services rise applications are usually /5(28).
Enterprise software is an over-arching term for any software used in large organizations (whether business or government).
It is considered to be an essential part of a computer-based information system, and it provides business-oriented tools such as online payment processing and automated billing systems.
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I also help large organizations transform their IT infrastructure and processes to reduce. vi Contents Chapter3: TheSoftwareSupply Chainand Software Factories 29 Introduction 30 Toward a Software Supply Chain 31 Industrializing Enterprise SoftwareDelivery: AnAnalogy 33 ASoftware Factory Approach to Enterprise Software Delivery 34 AligningBusiness and Engineering 35 AutomatingProcesses andTasks 35 Leveraging Assets across the Enterprise 35 DevOps for the Modern Enterprise Book Review and Q&A with Mirco Hering, Advancing the state of measurement practice is an important foundation for improving software delivery economics.
This paper summarizes a position on DevOps measurement that we intend to be a catalyst for accelerating more mature guidance on measuring and steering.
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