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SDLC Unit 1

Systems Analysis & Design Unit 1

Agile Software Development Methodologies like waterfull, but performed repeatedly on smaller parts of the project
Analysis taking end-user business requirements and refining project goals into defined functions and operations of the intended system. first and most important step of SDLC where requirements and outcomes are understood
ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange - 256 characters with assigned decimal values used to represent letters, numbers, punctuation, and transmission codes between computers
Binary base-2
cloud computing large groups of remote servers are networked to allow centralized data storage and online access to computer services or resources
Copyright protects original works of authorship. can be inherited, sold and protected for life of creator + 50 years, or 75 years from date of creation if work for hire
creative commons attribution permits users to distribute remix tweak and build upon existing work (even commercially) as long as they credit for original creation is retained
creative commons no commercial nor derivative users can use it
creative commons no derivative redistribution (commercial and non-commercial) as long as it is passed along unchanged in its entirety with credit
creative commons non-commercial attribute share alike users can remix tweak build and distribute if non-commercial and credit given and licensed as non-commercial share alike
creative commons non-commercial users can remix tweak build and distribute if non-commercial and credit given and no other license is required
creative commons share alike attribution rights and distribute rights as long as new creation is also marked share alike
Data Unorganized facts that have been collected
Decimal base-10
Design describing the desired features and operations of the system including screen layouts, business rulers, process diagrams, pseudo code, and other documentation
Development involves taking all of the detailed design documents form the design phase and transforming them into the actual system. For programming, this is the coding stage.
Fair use use of copyrighted material for criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship and research for 1 year
Goals the evaluation criteria that determines if the project has been successfully completed
Hexadecimal base-16
Hybrid cloud provides both public and private services and applications.
Implementation Placing the system into production so users can begin to perform actual business operations with the system.
Information data which has been organized into a table, chart, or other product
Intellectual property products that come from the human mind
Knowledge understanding and additional questions generated when information is analyzed and compared
Maintenance Performing changes corrections, feature additions and upgrades to ensure the system continues to meet the business goals. This phase continues for the life of the system.
Patent protects new, useful, non obvious inventions and designs. generally protected for 17 years after issuance, but depends on type
Planning Most critical phase. plan of the intended project and determining project goals. Assessing project feasibility.
Private cloud cloud available only to subscribed individuals or people within a particular company's doman
project scope specify boundaries for the project, i.e., identifying things that the project will not include.
Public cloud cloud available to the general public
Public domain intellectual property with expired protection
RAD focus on involving users at every step, developing a prototype
SDLC The overall process for developing information system form planning and analysis through implementation and maintenance
Stakeholders all individuals that will use, or be affected by, the project
Testing Involves bringing all the project pieces together into a special testing environment to the test for errors bugs, and interoperablity and verify that the system meets all of the business requirements defined in the analysis phase.
Trade secret protect valuable information for a competitive edge as long as owner tries to keep secret. protected by state law as long as the owner tries to keep it secret
Trademark protects word, names, symbols used by manufacturers to uniquely identify their products. protected as long as the product is being produced
Virtual application applications provided in the cloud including and users access via an installed client software
Virtual service cloud services including operating systems programming languages execution environments database and web server. These are either virtual machines
Waterfall Methodology Each phase of the SDLC is performed sequentially
Created by: melissagoodall