The Business Value of the Jazz Architecture: How the Right Architectural Choices Unlock the Value of Lifecycle Tools

Almost as soon as software development entered the business mainstream, it evolved from being the work of a small handful of programmers to the product of a team operating within a recognizable lifecycle, incorporating identifiable activities of requirements definition, design, coding and test. Just as rapidly, practitioners and project managers alike recognized an essential truth: coordination between team members and across the lifecycle is both essential to delivering business value but extremely hard to achieve. Today, software delivery is both more complex and more business critical than ever.

Provided by: IBM Topic: Software Date Added: Sep 2011 Format: PDF

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