Mcdaav Systems follows IEEE standards while designing the system. We deliver the project with full documentation which helps our client in understanding all the details of the Softwares.
Systems analysis is the science dealing with analysis of complex, large scale systems and the interactions within those systems. We have a talented team of System Analysts who does requirement analysis, business analysis and system analysis so that all the requirements of the stakeholders can be properly identified and documented so that the designing team can efficiently works on the proposed project.
The very first step is to do the Requirement Analysis of the proposed problem.
The purpose of the Requirements discipline is:
- To establish and maintain agreement with the customers and other stakeholders on what the system should do.
- To provide system developers with a better understanding of the system requirements.
- To define the boundaries of (delimit) the system.
- To provide a basis for planning the technical contents of iterations.
- To provide a basis for estimating cost and time to develop the system.
- To define a user-interface for the system, focusing on the needs and goals of the users.
We have a dedicated group of system developers who works on J2EE platform, Dot NET platform. Our Database designers works on MS Access, SQL Server, Oracle and DB2.
Systems design is the process or art of defining the hardware and software architecture, components, modules, interfaces, and data for a computer system to satisfy specified requirement. One could see it as the application of system theory to computing. Some overlap with the discipline of system analysis appears inevitable.
Steps taken while Designing the Proposed Project are as under:
Use Case Analysis
Use Case Design
Design Of User Interface
Design Element Identification
Design Mechanism Identification
Incorporate Existing Design Element
Unit testing of the software is done by the designers so that our clients get error free software products.
The Test discipline acts as a service provider to the other disciplines in many respects. Testing focuses primarily on evaluating or assessing Product Quality,which is realized through these core practices:
- Validate that the software product works as designed.
- Validate that the requirements are implemented appropriately.
- A good test effort is driven by questions such as:
- How could this software break?
- In what possible situations could this software fail to work predictably?
Test challenges the assumptions, risks, and uncertainty inherent in the work of other disciplines, and addresses those concerns using concrete demonstration and impartial evaluation. You want to avoid two potential extremes:
an approach that does not suitably or effectively challenge the software, and exposes its inherent problems or weaknesses an approach that is inappropriately negative or destructive - adopting such a negative approach, you may find it impossible to consider the software product of acceptable quality and could alienate the Test effort from the other disciplines
Testing software is very difficult. How do you quantify the different ways in which a given program can behave?
After completion of the project and doing User Acceptance Testing the whole software setup is installed on the user?s site as per the instruction mentioned by the client at the beginning of the software development.
Implementation follows the following steps :
Analyze Run Time Behavior
Execute Developer tests
Implement Design Element
Verification of Hardware and Softwares on the Client's site.
The purpose of implementation is:
- define the organization of the code, in terms of
- implementation subsystems organized in layers
- implement the design elements in terms of implementation elements (source files, binaries, executable programs, and others)
- test the developed components as units
- integrate the results produced by individual implementers (or teams), into an executable system
Software maintenance is the process of enhancing and optimizing deployed softwar, as well as remedying defects. Software maintenance is one of the phases in the software development process and follows deployment of the software into the field.
The software maintenance phase involves changes to the software in order to correct defects and deficiencies found during field usage as well as the addition of new functionality to improve the software's usability and applicability
Anand Prakash is the author of Mcdaav Systems. He has written many articles and press releases for McDaav Systems.
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