Four Stages Of The Software Development Life Cycle Case Study
Plan – This stage of the SDLC requires a cross sectional team to identify all possible requirements of a project, from what information needs to be input to the information the system needs to output. Once these requirements are all identified and documented the team can move on to the next step in the SDLC.
Design - This stage of the SDLC is where all the requirements from the planning stage are compiled and the technical specifications are identified. In addition, the infrastructure requirements are also identified. Once these infrastructure/technical specifications are documented …show more content…
An organization whose IT strategy is to outsource as much of their IT as possible
CIO – A CIO should remain in-house to manage and provide direction for the IT department. This will help ensure continuity as the personnel changes.
SLA manager – A SLA manager should stay in-house to manage all of the service level agreements. This will help ensure the company gets the most out of outsourcing.
Quality Assurance – A Quality Assurance person/team should be part of an IT staff to ensure the products/services that the company is receiving is meeting the quality standards set forth in the SLA.
Desktop Support – A desktop support person should remain in-house to assist with issues that cannot be addressed remotely. For example, if a monitor dies someone on site will need to address that issue.
b. An organization whose IT strategy is to develop proprietary, in-house applications that directly support their business and operation.
Application Developer – For an IT department to be completely in-house an application developer will be needed to developer the various proprietary software the company would like to use.
Helpdesk – Any IT department that wants to be self-sufficient will require a helpdesk to address any issues that