Smarter Product Development Part 1: Agile and traceability


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Smarter Product Development Part 1: Agile and traceability

  1. 1. Smarter Product Development Part 1: Agile and traceability Date: May 8, 2014 11:00 AM ET / 8:00 AM PT (Duration: 1 hour) Traceability practices are crucial in the development for high-quality smarter products. Traceability enables impact analysis and the ability to estimate effort and cost effects of proposed changed. It also provides quality assurance by demonstrating the consistency of different work products created by different people or teams, such as showing the all requirements are met by the design, all requirements are verified by test cases, the implementation is met by the design, and safety/reliability/security concerns are addressed by requirements, design, implementation and test. Agile literature has little to say about how to capture or use these crucial practices. This talk will address the value and the agile implementation of traceability in the development of smarter products on which we can depend.  The value of traceability in agile development  Implementation of traceability in agile development  Key traceability practices for agile development Presenter: - Bruce Douglass Bruce Powel Douglass is the Chief Evangelist for IBM Rational® with over 30 years specializing in the development of real-time and embedded systems and software. He is the author of the IBM Rational Harmony™ for Embedded RealTime Development (Harmony/ERT) process. He and Peter Hoffmann developed the original Harmony process that combined systems and software engineering with a well specified hand-off for a smooth, integrated workflow. Bruce is a well known speaker and member of the Advisory board of the Embedded Systems Conference and UML World Conference. He is also an invited speaker at many other conferences, such as Embedded World (Germany), Embedded Systems (Japan), SET (Switzerland), OOP (Germany), and Software Development. The special "Bruce's night" at the Embedded World show has been popular for many years. In his role at IBM, he provides both consulting and advanced training in the application of UML®, SysML, and DoDAF to not only IBM Rational customers, but also to IBM's own professional service engineers and application engineers, R&D, and marketing. Bruce developed the IBM Rational Rhapsody® DoDAF profile that currently ships with the product as well as a Safety Analysis Profile that allows engineers to include Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) diagrams, Fault Means and Effect Analysis (FMEA), and hazard analysis in their models. Bruce's key areas of expertise include agile development and agile in systems engineering. Webinar URL - Sponsored by –
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