WK 6 CP - System Development Life Cycle

WK 6 CP - System Development Life Cycle - functionalities,...

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The term, system development life cycle (SDLC) is a method that organizations use for large scale IT projects. The structured framework of system development (SDLC) consists of sequential process which information systems are developed. The first step is system investigation if involves a feasibility study of the product. The system analysts are the IS professionals, their hob is to work with strategy makers to establish an agreed upon definition of the projects scope and define its goal and related objects. The second step requires specifications definition. The analyst makes refinements to previously defined goals during this step. The third step involves system analysts. At this point, the analyst reviews the end user requirements and develops a specific plan of action to address these information needs. The fourth step of the process involves the design of the system by the required
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Unformatted text preview: functionalities, features, and operations. They provide all the imported details on the information in the SDLC process. The fifth step is the implementation and is where the program code is written and developed. The work is assigned to specific team members. The sixth step consists of integration and testing. This is when the developers bring all the pieces together which include the coherent system, test case studies, interoperability, and bugs. The seventh step of this process is the operation of the SDLC product. This is where the team imports the software into the end user’s system and runs the business database. The eight step of this process is to maintain the product to allow the system not to have any interruptions on the inter platform. This step is to step up the system to last a lifetime....
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2011 for the course BIS 219 taught by Professor Chin during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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