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SOFTWARE QUALITY ASSURANCESOFTWARE PROCESSIMPROVEMENT ANDCAPABILITY DETERMINATION    Seminar: Oana FEIDI    Quality Manage...
WHAT IS SPICE?   SPICE – Software Process Improvement & Capability    dEtermination        also known as ISO/IEC 15504 i...
AUTOMOTIVE SPICE   Automotive SPICE launched in April 2006       its usage will increase mainly driven by HIS (Audi, BMW...
THE GOAL OF PROCESS ASSESSMENT& IMPROVEMENT                                                         Rating       Process  ...
SPICE STRUCTUREThe measure of the capability is done according to the two-  dimensional evaluations scheme of ISO 15504 (S...
SPICE MODEL’S STRUCTURE   Process dimension     Characterized by set of purpose statements which describe in      measur...
PROCESS OVERVIEW AND HIS-SCOPE
PROCESS STRUCTURE
CAPABILITY DIMENSION
CAPABILITY LEVEL 1 & 2Level 1                          Level 2   The purpose of the process      The performance of the ...
CAPABILITY LEVEL 3   A documented standard process with tailoring guidelines    exists and is used in the project   Hist...
PROCESS DIMENSION OVERVIEW   Primary Life Cycle Processes Category     Acquisition     Supply     Engineering: ENG.4 (...
PROCESS ATTRIBUTES
MEASURE CAPABILITY LEVELS   The fulfillment of a process attribute (PA) is    measured along a scale from 0 – 100% in the...
SPICE ASSESSMENTS   Assessment input:   • purpose                                                    Assessment instrument...
TEST SPICE   http://www.pr-partner-koeln.de/media/downloads/sqs_te_testingexperience_0409_5796.pdf
DEBATE   Let’s rate the base practices for ENG.8 (Software    testing) in your organization
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  1. 1. SOFTWARE QUALITY ASSURANCESOFTWARE PROCESSIMPROVEMENT ANDCAPABILITY DETERMINATION Seminar: Oana FEIDI Quality Manager – Continental Automotive
  2. 2. WHAT IS SPICE? SPICE – Software Process Improvement & Capability dEtermination  also known as ISO/IEC 15504 is an international standard for SW process assessments  a model that identifies a set of software best practices and shows how they fit together to create an improvement path for the software development process  Mainly used in Europe and Australia by the automotive industry Goal  To provide assessment results that are repeatable, objective, comparable
  3. 3. AUTOMOTIVE SPICE Automotive SPICE launched in April 2006  its usage will increase mainly driven by HIS (Audi, BMW, Daimler Chrysler, Porsche, Volkswagen), Ford & Volvo, Fiat  If OEM’s target levels are not met, then:  Suppliers are requested to improve the development processes  In case of high risks/low capability levels, the suppliers are excluded from sourcing  (me) structure the way of working  (me) identify the main weakness within the development process and build improvement activities  (me) “link” between inputs & outputs
  4. 4. THE GOAL OF PROCESS ASSESSMENT& IMPROVEMENT Rating Process Assessment Improvement  The goal of an improvement is to change an organization’s processes so that they achieve a higher ability to meet its businesses goals  Assessments deliver the input for any improvement by detecting strength and weaknesses in the organizations processes  Assessments are also a tool used by customers to ascertain the ability of their suppliers to meet their needs
  5. 5. SPICE STRUCTUREThe measure of the capability is done according to the two- dimensional evaluations scheme of ISO 15504 (SPICE/ Automotive SPICE®):Process Dimension Capability Dimension Two-dimensional(Automotive SPICE®) (ISO 15504 SPICE) Evaluations Scheme It is possible to identify the capability of certain processesIncludes processes in groups independent of the others
  6. 6. SPICE MODEL’S STRUCTURE Process dimension  Characterized by set of purpose statements which describe in measurable terms what has to be achieved in order to attain the defined purpose of the process Process Capability dimension  Characterizes the level of capability that an organization unit has attained for a particular process or,  May be used by the organization as a target to be attained  Represent measurable characteristics necessary to manage a process and improve its capability to perform
  7. 7. PROCESS OVERVIEW AND HIS-SCOPE
  8. 8. PROCESS STRUCTURE
  9. 9. CAPABILITY DIMENSION
  10. 10. CAPABILITY LEVEL 1 & 2Level 1 Level 2 The purpose of the process  The performance of the process is planned and is generally achieved checked Work products proof  The responsibility for developing the work products implementation of base is assigned to a person or practices team No documented process  Requirements for the work products are identified, No planning or checks of documented and traced performance of the process  Work products are put under configuration management No quality requirements and quality assurance for work product are  No documented or defined expressed process
  11. 11. CAPABILITY LEVEL 3 A documented standard process with tailoring guidelines exists and is used in the project Historical process performance data is gathered Experience from the performance of the process is used for process improvement Resources and needed infrastructure for the performance of the process are identified and made available The process is not yet quantitatively understood or managed Process improvement is reactive
  12. 12. PROCESS DIMENSION OVERVIEW Primary Life Cycle Processes Category  Acquisition  Supply  Engineering: ENG.4 (Software requirements analysis), ENG.5 (Software design), ENG.6 (Software construction), ENG.7 (Software integration), ENG.8 (Software testing) Supporting Life Cycle Processes Category  Support: SUP.1 (Quality assurance), SUP.2 (Verification), SUP.8 (Configuration management), SUP.10 (Change request management) Organizational Life Cycle Process Category  Management: MAN.3 (Project Management), MAN.5 (Risk Management)  Process Improvement: PIM.3 (Process Improvement)  Reuse: REU.2 (Reuse program management)
  13. 13. PROCESS ATTRIBUTES
  14. 14. MEASURE CAPABILITY LEVELS The fulfillment of a process attribute (PA) is measured along a scale from 0 – 100% in the following predefined stages:  N (not achieved): 0 – 15%  The are no or only very limited indications of PA fulfillment  P (partially achieved): 16 – 50%  There are some indicators that the PA is implemented to the measured extent. In some aspects the process remains unpredictable, though.  L (largely achieved): 51 – 85%  There is evidence that the PA is implemented to the measured extend in a useful and systematic way. Process performance might still show some weaknesses  F (fully achieved): 86 – 100%  There is evidence for a complete and systematic PA execution to the measured extent. Process performance does not show any significant shortcomings due to the analyzed processes
  15. 15. SPICE ASSESSMENTS Assessment input: • purpose Assessment instrument • scope • process indicators • constraints • process management indicators • qualified assessor • extended process definition Process Planning Data collection Data analysis Process rating REPORT Assessment Assessment output • process capability level ratings Process model • assessment record • process purpose • practices
  16. 16. TEST SPICE http://www.pr-partner-koeln.de/media/downloads/sqs_te_testingexperience_0409_5796.pdf
  17. 17. DEBATE Let’s rate the base practices for ENG.8 (Software testing) in your organization

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