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Configuration management

  1. 1. Configuration Management Presentation to CMMI DEV V1.2 Intermediate Class Israel Jan.2007 Kobi Vider - Picker
  2. 2. Agenda• Class Assignment Objectives• Organization Mission• Organization Structure – High Level• Organization Structure – Technical• Multi Product Environment• Configuration Management In The Product Development Life Cycle• High Level Process Description• Interpretation Issues• Key Activities• Difficulties Encountered And Plans For Implementation• CMMI DVE V1.2 CM Coverage• References
  3. 3. Class Assignment Objectives• Exercise: Describe implementation aspects of a Process Area• Purpose: Provide a demonstration of your understanding of model and PA concept implementation and your presentation skills.• Duration: 10 minute• Scenario: organization that is in the process of implementing CMMI-compliant processes that satisfy the PA you have been assigned, prepare a presentation that describes how the PA-related practices are being implemented across your projects’ or organization’s processes. – BRIEF overview of organization structure – Interpretation issues encountered and how addressed – Key activities that were necessary to implement the CMMI-compliant processes in your organization – Difficulties encountered and plans for completing the implementation
  4. 4. Organization Mission• Focus on three highlights: – Advanced printing Technology – Advanced Publishing and Archiving Technology – Advanced Imaging Systems• worldwide group of ~300 product development people• Working on systems and not just software
  5. 5. Organization Structure Vice President Project Officer QA& QC Project Officer AccountOperation Support Mange. R&D Program 1 Program 2 Program 3 Program management Product B1 Core Team Product A - Core Team Joint Project with R&D Core Team Product B2 - Core Team New Generation Core Team
  6. 6. Organization Structure - Technical R&D Engineering Design Validation Software System Development Subsystem System Optic Mechanics Laser System IndustryArchitect Teams Materials Electronics
  7. 7. Multi Product Environment Features Features Product X Needs Product Y Needs System A System B System C
  8. 8. Configuration Management in the Product Development life Cycle First Baseline CR Process New Baseline Pre-Planing Phase 0 Phases 1 – 2 Phases 3 – 4 Phases 5 – 6 Phase 7 Life-Cycle Management Gate 4 Gate 6 Gate 7 Gate 8 Gate 2 Gate 0 Purpose of Each Phase Life-Cycle Pre-Phase 0 Phase 0 Phases 1 – 2 Phases 3 – 4 Phases 5 – 6 Phase 7 Management• Develop market- • Analyze and refine • Define the whole • Develop the • Verify that the • Deliver the • Ensure a long based portfolios a specific, scope, product offering and whole product whole product and product to run for the (including , product functional impact, its business case and it’s its supporting customers in a product and platform plans, and unambiguously supporting functional controlled manner provide feedback links to technology processes processes are and prepare for into the product • Develop an management) forceful before and be able to family planning integrated, cross- launch manufacture, process functional plan that can deliver it • Validate technology feasibility and robustness
  9. 9. Milestone Baseline• A reviewed and approved release of artifacts that constitutes an agreed basis for further evolution or development and that can be changed only through a formal procedure, such as change management and configuration control.
  10. 10. By tracing features to needs andrequirements to features, we can better set priorities and verify that we don’tdevelop unnecessary requirements and don’t omit important ones
  11. 11. High Level Process Description
  12. 12. Motivation• Improve: – Quality – Time to market – Reduce Costs (development & testing)• By: – Enhance control on product versions development – Adaptation to development and testing processes – Enhanced integration between development groups 12
  13. 13. Highlights• Task oriented management• Additional product oriented layer – Isolate development and product/testing env. – Controlled & stable build environment – Defined permission/restriction policy – Defined responsibilities• Build server• Product/version creation• Development cycle workflow 13
  14. 14. Current development cycle Design Dev PDR Ready CDR Ready Int + ProgramerPackage 1 preliminary design PDR detailed design CDR Implementation IntegrationUnittestPackage 2 preliminary design PDR detailed design Implementation Integration Unittest CDRPackage 3 preliminary design PDR detailed design CDR Implementation Integration UnittestPackage 4 preliminary design detailed design PDR CDR Implementation Integration UnittestPackage 5 preliminary design PDRdetailed design CDR Implementation Integration Unittest Integration Test AlphaTest Sys Alfa Test Beta Test EP Release 14
  15. 15. Configuration Management Process Flow
  16. 16. Change Request Flow
  17. 17. Interpretation issues• How to define multidiscipline baseline• Configuration items definition in system environment• How to Track change requests cross different products on the same configuration item
  18. 18. Key activities• Identify needs and goals• Obtain senior management commitments• Specify scope for pilot – Project – Product / product family• Select and prepare improvement team• Understand the current implemented processes And Practices.• Identify processes and practices improvement opportunities (and strengths) in the organization unit.• Evaluate degree of satisfaction of CMMI process area goals• Develop the implementation plan and set success criteria• Execute the improvement plan, monitor it and refine as needed
  19. 19. Difficulties encountered and plans for implementation• How to define multidiscipline baseline• Configuration items definition in system environment• Cross product change control of same configuration item
  20. 20. CMMI DVE V1.2 CM CoverageCMMI DEV. V1.2 Organization ProcessSG 1 Establish Baselines Gate 2 checklist and configuration plan - Baselines of identified work products with first base lineare establishedSP 1.1 Identify Configuration Items Gate 2 checklist and configuration plan- Identify the configuration items, with first base line captured in the CCDBcomponents, and related work productsthat will be placed under configuration (as described in slide 15)managementSP 1.2 Establish a Configuration Using the tools with process descriptionManagement System document, templates and guidelines as- Establish and maintain a configuration described in slide 15management and change managementsystem for controlling work productsSP 1.3 Create or Release Baselines Using the tools with process description- Create or release baselines for internal document, templates and guidelines asuse and for delivery to the customer described in slide 15
  21. 21. CMMI DVE V1.2 CM CoverageCMMI DEV. V1.2 Organization ProcessSG 2 Track and Control Changes Using the tools with process description- Changes to the work products under document, templates and guidelines asconfiguration management are tracked described in slide 16and controlledSP 2.1 Track Change Requests Using the tools with process description- Track change requests for the document, templates and guidelines asconfiguration items described in slide 16SP 2.2 Control Configuration Items Using the tools with access rights and- Control changes to the configuration process description document, templatesitems and guidelines as described in slide 16
  22. 22. CMMI DVE V1.2 CM CoverageCMMI DEV. V1.2 Organization ProcessSG 3 Establish Integrity- Integrity of baselines is established andmaintainedSP 3.1 Establish Configuration As the result of the tools reportsManagement Records- Establish and maintain recordsdescribing configuration itemsSP 3.2 Perform Configuration Audits Using the tools with flows, checklists,- Perform configuration audits to templates and guidelines as described inmaintain integrity of the configuration slide 15baselines
  23. 23. CMMI DVE V1.2 CM CoverageCMMI DEV. V1.2 Organization ProcessGP 2.1 Establish an Organizational Policy Policy document that describe the business motivation and expected resultsGP 2.2 Plan the Process process description document, templates and guidelinesGP 2.3 Provide Resources Tools, checklists, templates, funding and Subject Matter ExpertsGP 2.4 Assign Responsibility With established and maintained communication and focal point contactsGP 2.5 Train People User guides, guidelines, formal training and orientation trainingGP 2.6 Manage Configurations Relevant documents are managed in the CC tool (Clear Case) such as process flow and configuration planGP 2.7 Identify and Involve Relevant Stakeholders With established and maintained communication and roles and responsibilities matrixGP 2.8 Monitor and Control the Process Through core team and Change Control Board meetingsGP 2.9 Objectively Evaluate Adherence Through Quality Engineer external audits, work products review and observationsGP 2.10 Review Status with Higher Level Management Through core team meetings, status meetings and gate reviewGP 3.1 Establish a Defined Process One process description for all products and projects in the divisionGP 3.2 Collect Improvement Information Through Quality Engineer monthly reviews and meetings
  24. 24. CMMI DVE V1.2 CM CoverageCMMI DEV. V1.2 Organization ProcessGP 4.1 Establish Quantitative Objectives We have defined targets with tightfor the Process relationship to our business objective, currently we are in the process of implemntation our measurements and targets as defined in our planGP 4.2 Stabilize Subprocess Performance We have selected critical subprocess for this, currently we are in the process of training for itGP 5.1 Ensure Continuous Process Not in phaseImprovementGP 5.2 Correct Root Causes of Problems Not in phase
  25. 25. References• Software Configuration Management Strategies and IBM® Rational® ClearCase® Second Edition A Practical Introduction – By David E. Bellagio, Tom J. Milligan – Publisher: Addison Wesley Professional – ISBN: 0-321-20019-5• Software Configuration Management – by Jessica Keyes – Auerbach Publications – ISBN:0849319765• Designing a Change and Configuration Management Infrastructure - Delivery Guide – Microsoft press• Software Configuration Management Patterns: Effective Teamwork, Practical Integration – By Stephen P. Berczuk, Brad Appleton – Publisher : Addison Wesley Pub – ISBN : 0-201-74117-2• MILITARY HANDBOOK - Configuration Management Guidance – MIL-HDBK-61• MILITARY STANDARD- Configuration Management – MIL-STD-793• IEEE Std 828-1990 standard for software configuration management plans• IEEE Std 828-1998 Standard For Software Configuration Management Plans• Configuration Management Principles and Practice – By Anne Mette Jonassen Hass – Publisher : Addison Wesley Pub – ISBN : 0-321-11766-2 Pages : 432
  26. 26. Thank YouQuestions?
  27. 27. Backup slidesFor more detailed insight in to the process
  28. 28. Task oriented management• Clear Activities name conventions – MS project task (feature) = CC activity – Bug ID = CC activity – Examples: • Improve_Paper_ disposal_ sequence_integration • Insert_right_click_diag • Problem_in_Plate_Grounding_in_Cassette – Activities grouping (Basket orientation)– TBD – Baseline viewing upon activities – Promotion/Delivery upon activities state 28
  29. 29. Enhanced model basic diagramProduct Layer Development Layer DC ver X.XX Coding Stream DC ver X.XX Integration Stream D E V S T D R E E V M S T R Unitest E M Product X 29 3.75.xx
  30. 30. Enhanced model ClearCase view 30
  31. 31. Build server• Controlled environment• Scheduled compilations on Coding and Integration• Compilation SW products managed in ClearCase• Build results notification – by e-mail to specific e-mail list• Manual build option 31
  32. 32. “CC-CD” = ClearCase CD– Target Baseline – code & SW products– Install Shield – automatic “CC_CD” creation– Notification of “new CD” to QA list– Device version installation from “CC_CD”. 32
  33. 33. Developer Environment– Development Stream for each developer– Activity oriented = development effort– Activity name = task name from WP– Local compilation– Local debugging on machine– Re-base and merge in Dev Stream– Activity Delivery to Coding Integration Stream– Verify successful build in Coding Stream 33
  34. 34. Coding environment– Scheduled build – Scheduled as listed– Build Notification - Distribution to list– Delivery Package Notification - Distribution to list– Base line if new deliveries – Distribution to list– Check-In build results – compilation products – Distribution to list– Create “version image = “CC_CD” - Distribution to list– New “CC_CD” Notification – Distribution to list– Install shield from “CC_CD” – Distribution to list– Delivery Package status management – Distribution to list– Promote Tested Delivery Package to Integration Stream 34
  35. 35. Integration environment– Scheduled build – every night * (weekly)– Build Notification - management list (PM,QA,TL)– Delivery Package Notification - management list– Base line if new deliveries – TL *(weekly)– Check-In build results – compilation products – TL– Create “version image = “CC_CD” - TL– New “CC_CD” Notification – management list– Install shield from “CC_CD” – for integration&Alpha tests– Delivery Package status management – QA&TL 35
  36. 36. Cross project deliveries• Promote/Deliver delivery pack between different projects Coding streams !• Notification Upstream (to higher version of the DC)• The target project is the delivery initiator 36
  37. 37. Cross project deliveries ver X.XX Coding Stream ver X.XXIntegratio n ver X.XY Stream Coding Stream ver X.XY D Integratio E n V Stream D S E T V R D E E S M V T Unitest R D S E E T M V RProduct E A S M T Unitest R E M Product Aa 37

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