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10 Unex SFIC 2009

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Presentación de la Universidad de Extremadura en el SFIC 2009

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  • 1. Key Technologies and solutions for software factories admin@zentipede.org Software Factories International Congress
  • 2. • In 2004, SGAE had great technological challenges to overcome. • They needed an increase of their workforce to cover all of them • With the objective of an efficient increase, they implemented a software factory • And, they decided to open it in Cáceres • The relationship between SGAE and UEX began in 2005 • Professors were involved in management and control of the factory • Project leaders realized that time spent on these tasks were too much • Zentipede: process management and monitoring tool • JACA: technology for increasing the development efficiency Software Factories International Congress
  • 3. Index • SGAE-UEX experience • Collaboration SGAE-UEX • Factory Management Process • Needs and Problems • Lessons Learned and Key Success • Zentipede: process management and monitoring tool. • JACA: technology for increasing the development efficiency. • Conclusions Software Factories International Congress
  • 4. SGAE-UEX experience. Collaboration • SGAE was developing an application to manage authors rights (TESEO) • It was developed internally • With the latest and greatest technological advances • In 2004, they detected the necessity of increase their workforce • Outsourcing • Business complexity • Project leaders, designers, developers, were already involve in the project • Software factory • Business needs were easier to transmit • Workforce could be increased easier • The factory was created in Cáceres, beginning the collaboration between SGAE and UEX, which lasted from 2005 to 2007 Software Factories International Congress
  • 5. SGAE-UEX experience. Collaboration • This relationship began with the signature of a contract between SGAE and a UEX research group • Under this contract was established that: • SGAE contributed with 30 grants • UEX contributed with installations for the factory • In this sense both obtained some benefits: • SGAE achieved a group of developer trained in their business and needs • UEX achieved: • On research, attracting real problems • On teaching, giving the possibility of real and practical training Software Factories International Congress
  • 6. SGAE-UEX experience. Factory Management Process • First step, hiring developers • Students, from Computer Science, were selected • Second step, organizing working teams • 4+1 teams • Highly flexible and reconfigurable • Third step, projects were assigned to teams. • They were usually designed in Madrid and developed in Cáceres • In order to keep a perfect control of project: • One face to face meeting per week, between project leaders and SGAE staff • Electronic applications were used to monitor projects • Another internal meeting per week, between project leaders and team leaders. • Analyzing problems detected in other meetings • Analyzing work done during the week • Showing documents with use cases completed or productivity per project Software Factories International Congress
  • 7. SGAE-UEX experience. Needs and Problems • Needs: • Total transparency from the factory to SGAE. • Generating weekly reports with use cases sent to the factory, completed use cases, pending use cases, productivity of each worker, etc. • Problem: • Time wasted by each team leader on the generation of these reports • Solution: • Generating these reports automatically.  Zentipede Software Factories International Congress
  • 8. SGAE-UEX experience. Lessons Learned and key success • Lessons Learned • Fruitful relationship for both • SGAE: • Improving its image in Extremadura • Developing applications at lower costs • University: • Educating a highly skilled group of engineers • The research group was strengthened by real problems • Other companies are collaborating with the university (Communi.tv,Indra,Insa,etc) • Key success: • The transparency and control of the factory • Definition of clear communication protocols • The effort of each people from University and SGAE Software Factories International Congress
  • 9. Technologies and solutions for software factories • Result of this experience: • R+D of new technologies that can be applied to these environments Software Factories International Congress
  • 10. Zentipede. Motivations Software Factories International Congress
  • 11. Zentipede. Technical proposal Software Process Modelling Software Process Execution Software Process Management Case Tools Documentation ENTERPRISE SERVICE BUS Software Factories International Congress
  • 12. Zentipede. Process Management • It is a web application that represents the core of Zentipede • It is responsible for: • Managing projects • Controlling the participation of developers in projects • Managing developers and their daily work • Generating reports and statistics Software Factories International Congress
  • 13. Zentipede. Process Management • Managing Projects and developers Software Factories International Congress
  • 14. Zentipede. Process Management • Generating reports and statistics sep oct nov dic ene 62,99% 81,25% 83,84% 80,41% 72,26% 0,00% 20,00% 40,00% 60,00% 80,00% 100,00% % Months Average monthly occupancy rate %Desoccupation %Occupation Contribution of each project to occupancy rate 2005 T MMB 2005 Alabama 2005 Codificacion 2005 WER 2005 IPI/TIS 2005 Global Connector 2005 ELOS 2005 CMM 2005 T MMB 2005 Alabama 2005 Codificacion 2005 WER 2005 IPI/TIS 2005 Global Connector 2005 ELOS 2005 CMM Average resources allocated to each project for months 0,00 1,00 2,00 3,00 4,00 5,00 6,00 7,00 8,00 TMMB Alabama Codificacion WER IPI/TIS Global ELOS CMM TMMB Alabama Codificacion WER IPI/TIS Global ELOS CMM TMMB Alabama Codificacion WER IPI/TIS Global ELOS CMM TMMB Alabama Codificacion WER IPI/TIS Global ELOS CMM sep oct nov dic Nº Recursos Software Factories International Congress
  • 15. Zentipede. Eclipse Plugin • Plugin that help developers to know pending tasks • At the end of each task, it automatically stores time spent, progress made and source code changes. Software Factories International Congress
  • 16. Zentipede. Documentation Center • It helps developers to reduce duplication of effort and risks of inconsistencies • Reusing data stored in Zentipede Process Mangement • Keeping documentation in sync with the state of projects Software Factories International Congress
  • 17. Zentipede. Benefits 1. General Objectives • Reducing efforts and automating a part of the process • It must be adapted to the software process used by each factory but, at the same time, it has to be flexible enough to allow modifications on it • Optimizing the use of resources 1. Specific objectives • Automating as many tasks as possible. • Generating a huge amount of reports Software Factories International Congress
  • 18. JACA. Motivations Software Factories International Congress
  • 19. USEFUL ZONE JACA. Motivations + Reliability + Strength + Maintainability + Adaptability BENEFITS - Dependencies - Learning - Develpment cost LIABILITIES LENGTH PRODUCTIVITY UserInterface Business Logic Data Persistence Software Factories International Congress
  • 20. USEFUL ZONE USEFUL ZONE JACA. Motivations PRODUCTIVIDADPRODUCTIVITY DURABILIDADDURABILIDADLENGTH + Reliability + Strength + Maintainability + Adaptability BENEFITS - Dependencies - Learning - Develpment cost LIABILITIES UserInterface Business Logic Data Persistence Software Factories International Congress
  • 21. JACA. Technical proposal UserInterface Business Logic Data Persistence TechnologicalIndependenceManager DevelopmentAssistant Manager to connect with the service bus Components Repository Development Rules Repository Software Factories International Congress
  • 22. JACA. Benefits 1. General Objectives • Improvement of JEE corporate developments • Unified platform and architecture for corporate developments • Standard development practices 1. Specific objectives • Implementing guides for the use of the unified platform and architecture • Implementing repositories of commons used components Software Factories International Congress
  • 23. Conclusion • A real case of collaboration between university and industry generating R+D technology. • Zentipede • Improving process performance and quality • JACA • Improving developers reliabilities and efficiency Software Factories International Congress
  • 24. http://www.zentipede.org admin@zentipede.org Software Factories International Congress

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