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Global Software Processes Definition in a Distributed Environment

M.-A. Vanzin, M.B. Ribeiro, R. Prikladnicki, I. Ceccato, D. Antunes
29th Annual IEEE/NASA Software Engineering Workshop  
This paper presents the practices adopted to define a global software process for a distributed environment and the factors that impacted in the process definition. Lessons learned are also presented.  ...  In order to manage global teams effectively, it is necessary to define a software process adapted to different organizational cultures.  ...  A global software process is very important to guide the software development in a distributed environment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sew.2005.27 dblp:conf/sew/VanzinRPCA05 fatcat:dkm726f2zrhtjd3jlui3xf2chm

Distributed Information System Development: Review of Some Management Issues [chapter]

Deepti Mishra, Alok Mishra
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
in distributed development perspective.  ...  Due to the proliferation of the Internet and globalization, distributed information system development is becoming popular.  ...  Environments and processes in typical software development are not fully adapted to the needs of global software development [41] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-05290-3_40 fatcat:l4bpaoc4dvf7jcjhazraqml2cu

Improving Productivity of Local Software Development Teams in a Global Software Development Environment

Marcelo Ribeiro, Ricardo Czekster, Thais Webber
2006 2006 IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE'06)  
Our work introduces a simplified process to be used by local teams working globally.  ...  New guidelines and methods for teams and organizational structures are crucial to improve efficiency and scalability for globally distributed software development.  ...  Our work introduces a new process that could be used by local teams in order to enhance local coordination and motivation in a distributed environment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icgse.2006.261246 dblp:conf/icgse/RibeiroCW06 fatcat:zh7gfnjj2bdddndjsh4fkkpjci

The integration and distribution phase in the software life cycle [chapter]

G. Casaglia, F. Pisani
1985 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
of a suitable global software life cicle. 2.  ...  The environment described has shown the following caracteristics: Provides an efficient implementation process Implementation process, not integrated with the functional specs definition and plan definition  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-15199-0_24 fatcat:wggcftrsd5gb5asdu5hujusyey

How to get mature global virtual teams: a framework to improve team process management in distributed software teams

Javier García Guzmán, Javier Saldaña Ramos, Antonio Amescua Seco, Ana Sanz Esteban
2010 Software quality journal  
These practices integrate software development techniques in global environments with others such as explicit practices for global virtual team management, definition of skills and abilities needed to  ...  This paper defines VTManager, a methodology that provides a set of efficient practices for global virtual team management in software development projects.  ...  in order to work in a distributed environment.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11219-010-9096-5 fatcat:dbnesnudizettbsznqalbfzv4m

Software configuration management over a global software development environment

Leonardo Pilatti, Jorge Luis Nicolas Audy, Rafael Prikladnicki
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 international workshop on Global software development for the practitioner - GSD '06  
The objective of this paper is to analyze the software configuration management in a global software development environment, identifying the main challenges.  ...  In global environments, the software configuration becomes critical due to the characteristics of the distributed development (physical distance, cultural differences, trust, communication and other factors  ...  The definition of a SCM process based on the CMM model brought excellent results related to the distributed environments problems.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1138506.1138517 fatcat:yn56jh4orfcmxilhsclmf3qjui

Orchestration of Global Software Engineering Projects - Position Paper

Christian Bartelt, Manfred Broy, Christoph Herrmann, Eric Knauss, Marco Kuhrmann, Andreas Rausch, Bernhard Rumpe, Kurt Schneider
2009 2009 Fourth IEEE International Conference on Global Software Engineering  
Global software engineering has become a fact in many companies due to real necessity in practice.  ...  In this position paper we discuss reasons for global development, sketch settings for distribution and views of orchestration of dislocated companies in a global project that can be seen as a "virtual  ...  Thus views are a fundamental concept for virtual projects in global software engineering, definition of views is a challenging task.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icgse.2009.52 dblp:conf/icgse/BarteltBHKKRRS09 fatcat:puj4mwuyb5exlepb3z2jk3j5pi

Volcano, a Vowels-Oriented Multi-agent Platform [chapter]

Pierre-Michel Ricordel, Yves Demazeau
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we present a new multi-agent platform, called Volcano, based on the Vowels decomposition paradigm.  ...  The application of this paradigm to a building platform allows higher flexibility, better reuse, and reduces development costs. The entire building process is covered, from analysis to deployment.  ...  The Organisation brick is a very simple one with only a distributed component (e.g. an emergent spatial organisation brick), and the Environment brick contains a distributed component, an environment server  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45941-3_27 fatcat:plmtyj2lbvh2fc3lgsmbja6jfe

Scrum+: A scaled Scrum for the agile global software development project management with multiple models

César Jesús Pardo Calvache, Piedad Rocío Chilito Gomez, Daniel Esteban Viveros Meneses, Francisco José Pino Correa
2019 Revista Facultad de Ingeniería  
Nowadays, carrying out a project management is difficult in any situation, even more in global projects of software development, whose environment faces different aspects that make this type of projects  ...  With the aim of supporting agile global software development (AGSD) project management when multiple models are present, we have defined Scrum+, which is a guide based on Scrum and defines a set of activities  ...  However, until now in none of the found studies, there is evidence of the efforts made about its application in the definition of hybrid models, that allow supporting global software development environments  ... 
doi:10.17533/udea.redin.20190519 fatcat:yeiwxzq3knfwpoee5iuw6xelua

OntoDiSENv1: an Ontology to Support Global Software Development

Ana Paula Chaves, Igor Steinmacher, Gislaine Camila Lapasini Leal, Elisa H. M. Huzita, Alberto B. Biasão
2011 CLEI Electronic Journal  
This paper presents OntoDiSENv1, application ontology for a distributed software development environment.  ...  Global Software Development (GSD) brought competitive advantages to organizations, but it has also imposed some drawbacks due to the physical distribution.  ...  Introduction The Global Software Development (GSD) is a development approach in which teamsthat work collaboratively in a common project are geographically distributed.  ... 
doi:10.19153/cleiej.14.2.2 fatcat:zqaufgsl3vfyvhfhjofefuctpq

Do Scaling Agile Frameworks Address Global Software Development Risks? An Empirical Study [article]

Sarah Beecham and Tony Clear and Ramesh Lal and John Noll
2020 arXiv   pre-print
These persistent risks in the main belonged to the Environment quadrant highlighting t he inherent risk in developing software across geographic boundaries.  ...  Despite the growing adoption of various scalin g agile frameworks, there is little empirical evidence of how effective their practices are in mitigating risk, especially in global software develop ment  ...  Acknowledgment We are indebted to our Case Study organizations-Company A and Ocuco Ltd (Company B)-and the many members of those organizations we observed  ... 
arXiv:2009.08193v1 fatcat:dwid4ixxyrhgnagceks44fwviq

1st International Global Requirements Engineering Workshop (GREW'07)

T. Gorschek, S. Fricker
2007 International Conference on Global Software Engineering (ICGSE 2007)  
GREW´07 was held in conjunction with the International Conference on Global Software Engineering in Munich Germany.  ...  The workshop resulted in a number of findings that can play an important role to further develop the field of global product management and requirements engineering.  ...  Product Lines for Global Markets This session focused on addressing the definition, use, and evolution of product lines in a multi-site distributed environment.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icgse.2007.1 dblp:conf/icgse/GorschekF07 fatcat:spxc5tfmafctvb572ebmscgor4

Analysis of the effectiveness of global virtual teams in software engineering projects

H.K. Edwards, V. Sridhar
2003 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2003. Proceedings of the  
To understand the complex issues in a virtual project environment during the requirements definition phase of the software development cycle, we conducted an exploratory research study, involving 24 virtual  ...  teams based in Canada and India, working on defining business requirements for software projects, over a period of 5 weeks.  ...  These exercises help students better understand the distributed collaborative software development process [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2003.1173664 dblp:conf/hicss/EdwardsS03 fatcat:ct45bboyznaodk3bbvawoamsq4

Implementation And Evaluation Of A Component-Based Framework For Internet Applications

Mark Wallis
2018 Zenodo  
In previous publications we have introduced the concept of using a component-based software engineering paradigm to build Internet-enabled applications.  ...  We have proposed that this design allows for greater flexibility in deployment, better utilisation of resources and a reduction in total application development effort.  ...  If a software engineer wishes to build an application with multiple components executing in multiple cloud environments, with the current distributed component-based and Cloud Computing platforms, then  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1324083 fatcat:fjq6gjeyavafzjxxpm3hzowdhm

1st International Global Requirements Engineering Workshop --- GREW'07

Tony Gorschek, Samuel Fricker, Robert Felt, Claes Wohlin, Michael Mattsson
2008 Software engineering notes  
GREW´07 was held in conjunction with the International Conference on Global Software Engineering in Munich Germany.  ...  The workshop resulted in a number of findings that can play an important role to further develop the field of global product management and requirements engineering.  ...  Product Lines for Global Markets This session focused on addressing the definition, use, and evolution of product lines in a multi-site distributed environment.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1350802.1350807 fatcat:lyglyi2la5fshc7sfp7aprvaiq
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