SEPT - ISO/IEC 42010 CHECKLIST*
* IN EDITABLE MICROSOFT WORD - Software Engineering Process Technology - Evidence PRODUCT CHECKLIST for Standard ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010:2011 Systems and Software Engineering - Architecture Description
|Publication Date:||10 January 2012|
he process of defining what is necessary for compliance with a process standard such as ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010:2011 is often confusing and laborious because the directions contained in the standards... View More
he process of defining what is necessary for compliance with a process standard such as ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010:2011 is often confusing and laborious because the directions contained in the standards are unclear or ambiguous. To aid in determining what is actually required by the document in the way of physical evidence of compliance, the experts at SEPT have produced this checklist. This checklist is constructed around a classification scheme of physical evidence comprised of policies, procedures, plans, records, documents, audits, and reviews. There must be an accompanying record of some type when an audit or review has been accomplished. This record would define the findings of the review or audit and any corrective action to be taken. For the sake of brevity this checklist does not call out a separate record for each review or audit. All procedures should be reviewed but the checklist does not call out a review for each procedure, unless the standard calls out the procedure review. In this checklist, manuals, reports, scripts and specifications are included in the document category. When the subject standard references another standard for physical evidence, the checklist does not call out the full requirements of the referenced standard, only the expected physical evidence that should be available.
The Checklist clarifies what is required for compliance through a product evidence list that will assist any organization in meeting the requirements of this standard. Use of the Checklist will save time and money, and may aid in meeting certain governmental requirements. This is an aid that will pay dividends. A quality product at a reasonable price! The ISO/IEC 20000 series draws a distinction between the best practices of processes, which are independent of organizational form or size and organizational names and structures.
The ISO/IEC 20000 series applies to both large and small service providers, and the requirements for best practice service management processes are independent of the service provider's organizational form. These service management processes deliver the best possible service to meet a customer's business needs within agreed resource levels, i.e. service that is professional, cost-effective and with risks which are understood and managedView Less