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    1 : SDLC and Related Methodologies
    2 : Contemplative Questions What are the various approaches to developing Information Systems? Is there one best way? What is the difference between techniques, methodologies and tools? What does the popular term “SDLC” actually mean?
    3 : SDLC SDLC stands for Systems Development Life Cycle What does it mean?
    4 : SDLC SDLC stands for Systems Development Life Cycle First, SDLC is a Life Cycle. All systems have a life cycle or a series of stages they naturally undergo.  The number and name of the stages varies, but the primary stages are conception, development, maturity and decline. The systems development life cycle (SDLC) therefore, refers to the development stage of the system’s life cycle. Why are we so interested in the development stage? What about conception, maturity and decline?
    5 : Methodologies Is there a difference between the term SDLC and the term ‘methodology’? Whereas the SDLC refers to a stage all systems naturally undergo, a methodology refers to an approach invented by humans to manage the events naturally occurring in the SDLC.  A methodology is, in simple terms, a set of steps, guidelines, activities and/or principles to follow in a particular situation. Most methodologies are comprehensive, multi-step approaches to systems development There are many methodologies out there. See www.methodology.org .
    6 : SDLC vs. Methodology It is confusing, but unfortunately, the term SDLC is frequently used synonymously with the waterfall or traditional approach for developing information systems. “The SDLC approach” This approach essentially refers to a linear sequence of stages to develop a system from planning to analysis to design to implementation.  Stages are followed from beginning to end.  Revisiting prior stages is not permitted. 
    7 : Approaches to Systems Development Process-Oriented Approach Focus is on flow, use and transformation of data in an information system Involves creating graphical representations such as data flow diagrams and charts Data are tracked from sources, through intermediate steps and to final destinations Natural structure of data is not specified Disadvantage: data files are tied to specific applications
    8 : Approaches to Systems Development Data-Oriented Approach Depicts ideal organization of data, independent of where and how data are used Data model describes kinds of data and business relationships among the data Business rules depict how organization captures and processes the data
    9 : Approaches to Systems Development Process Approach: “Let’s look at all of our processes. Processes take precedence over data. Get the processes correct first. Then we’ll address what data is important.” Data Approach: “Forget the processes, let’s look at the data. Data comes first. Get the data correct, then see how the processes actually use the data.” Which is better, the Process Approach or the Data Approach?
    10 : Databases and Application Independence Database Shared collection of logically related data Organized to facilitate capture, storage and retrieval by multiple users Centrally managed Designed around subjects such as Customers or Suppliers Application Independence Separation of data from the applications, e.g. Payroll data is part of the enterprise-wide data model and can be used by many systems, not just the Payroll System
    11 : Systems Development Life Cycle Every textbook has different names for the stages of the SDLC Usually they stages are Planning (just after Conception) Analysis Design Implementation Maintenance (starting Maturity) 1.11
    12 : Systems Development Life Cycle This text highlights 6 distinct phases: Project Identification and Selection Project Initiation and Planning Analysis Design Implementation Maintenance
    13 : Stages of the SDLC IS 421 Systems Analysis IS 422 Systems Design
    14 : Phases of the Systems Development Life Cycle Project Identification and Selection Two Main Activities Identification of need Prioritization and translation of need into a development schedule Helps organization to determine whether or not resources should be dedicated to a project. Project Initiation and Planning Two Activities Formal preliminary investigation of the problem at hand Presentation of reasons why system should or should not be developed by the organization
    15 : Systems Development Life Cycle Analysis Study of current procedures and information systems Determine requirements Study current system Structure requirements and eliminate redundancies Generate alternative designs Compare alternatives Recommend best alternative
    16 : Systems Development Life Cycle Design Logical Design Concentrates on business aspects of the system Physical Design Technical specifications Implementation Implementation Hardware and software installation Programming User Training Documentation
    17 : Systems Development Life Cycle Maintenance System changed to reflect changing conditions System obsolescence A good way to learn the stages of the SDLC is to create deliverables (output) of each stage in the process.
    18 : Alternative Approaches Prototyping Building a scaled-down working version of the system Advantages: Users are involved in design Captures requirements in concrete form Rapid Application Development (RAD) Utilizes prototyping to delay producing system design until after user requirements are clear
    19 : Prototyping Fig. 1-6
    20 : Alternative Approaches Joint Application Design (JAD) Users, Managers and Analysts work together for several days System requirements are reviewed Structured meetings We will see a video on this when we cover Chapter 7
    21 : Alternative Approaches Evolutionary or spiral methodology The *** never gets done! Different versions, always in different stages.
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