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REFSQ'19 industry talk Nokia


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25th International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality was held in Essen. One of the industry talks were given by Nokia.

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REFSQ'19 industry talk Nokia

  1. 1. © 2018 Nokia1 Challenges in managing quality requirements in industry context and how to overcome them REFSQ’19 Industry Talk Sanja Aaramaa 20-03-2019 <Document ID: change ID in footer or remove>
  2. 2. © 2018 Nokia2 Sanja Aaramaa Bio PhD Information Processing Science 2017 MSc Mathematics 2008 Nokia RF Platforms – Operations Owner University of Oulu – project manager, project researcher, PhD student Publicly funded projects - Q-Rapids 11/2016- - FiVi 2016 - MERgE 2012-2016 - AMALTEHA 2011-2014 - ITEI 2008-2011 <Document ID: change ID in footer or remove>
  3. 3. © 2018 Nokia3 <Document ID: change ID in footer or remove> ICT – telecommunication domain The context • Highly competitive business sector • Complex products/ solutions • Unique customers • Constant time pressure • Increasing component prices
  4. 4. © 2018 Nokia4 <Document ID: change ID in footer or remove> The great number of requirements The variety of requirement sources • 3GPP standard • Customers / Areas • Internal innovations • System level thinking (ASRs & reusability) • SW – embedded, middleware & application layers
  5. 5. © 2018 Nokia5 <Document ID: change ID in footer or remove> Challenges • Agreeing upon standards is a slow process • Area specific and customer specific needs • HW & SW has different development pace • Constant flow & changing requirements • Changing priorities
  6. 6. © 2018 Nokia6 <Document ID: change ID in footer or remove> Addressing challenges • Assess, learn, change • Global processes, practices & tools • Generic HW, customise with SW • High quality • Out of the box thinking – research collaboration Case Q-Rapids
  7. 7. © 2018 Nokia7 Case Q-Rapids H2020 funded project <Document ID: change ID in footer or remove>
  8. 8. Nokia Internal Use This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 732253. H2020 Q-Rapids REFSQ 2019 Essen (Germany), March 20th, 2019 Sanja Aaramaa
  9. 9. Nokia Internal Use Define an empirical-based data-driven quality–aware rapid SW development framework with three tangible outcomes H2020 project Q-Rapids Project website Twitter LinkedIn SlideShare 12 3
  10. 10. Nokia Internal Use Nokia vision: o Real-time automatic predictive process analysis for the feature development with an integrated quality from the viewpoint of a feature Objective o Proactive visibility of real time process performance utilising big data analytics o Visualisation of the R&D ecosystem to support decision making o Further scale up the agile practices taking into both SW and HW viewpoints. Nokia as a use case provider
  11. 11. Nokia Internal Use Defined Quality Model Deployed Q-Rapids components (WIP) Objectives partially achieved Status Product quality Code quality (product factor) Duplication Comments Complexity Software stability (product factor) Bug density Blocking Blocking code (product factor) Blocking files Testing status (product factor) Test success Test performance Process performance Testing performance (process factor) Test per product Unit test duration CI Feedback time Issues’ Velocity (process factor) Resolved issues throughput Strategic Indicator Product /Process Factor Assessed Metric Raw Data Data Source
  12. 12. © 2018 Nokia12 <Document ID: change ID in footer or remove> Main take away Today, Nokia operates at the convergence of technologies, disciplines and markets Check out open positions from our public website, you may find great opportunity in one of over 100 countries we employ people To succeed in the highly competitive business sector one has to constantly look for improvement possibilities Research collaboration within publicly funded projects is a way to bring new insights for practitioners and pilot various solutions
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