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Benefits and Limitations of Current Techniques for Measuring the Readiness of a System to Proceed to Production

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Keywords Benefits and Limitations of Current Techniques for Measuring the Readiness of a System to Proceed to Production
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What is Technology?

The reason that use of “heritage” or “legacy” system is so often fraught with danger is that it is being asked to operate in an architecture or an environment that in all probability is different from that for which it was designed.

And because we have not done the upfront analysis, we don’t know we are in trouble until we are already there!

This has prompted a different definition of technology based on the experience of the developers.

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2010
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36
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Introduction

Over the years, when things have dropped through the crack, processes have been “invented” to correct the problem - hence we have developed processes to identify:
Technology Maturity
Manufacturing Maturity
Capability Maturity
System Maturity
Etc.

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JB CONSULTING INTERNATIONAL
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