Delivery Phase



Definition

Delivery Phase
the application development cycle phase during which the development organization delivers one or more copies of the application to the customer organization and places them into use by the user organizations

Goals

The typical goals of the delivery phase of an application development project include:

Objectives

To meet these goals, the typical objectives of the delivery phase on an application development project include:

Preconditions

The following preconditions should typically be satisfied before the delivery phase of an application development project can successfully begin:

Postconditions

The delivery phase of an application development project is typically complete when the following postconditions have been met:

Milestones

The typical milestones of the delivery phase of an application development project include:

Work Products

During the delivery phase, the following primary work products are typically produced and delivered during an application development project:

Secondary Work Products

During the delivery phase, the following secondary work products are typically produced and delivered:

Teams

The following teams typically collaborate during the delivery phase of an application development project:

Activities And Tasks

The following application development engineering activities and associated tasks are typically performed during the delivery phase in an iterative, incremental, parallel, and timeboxed manner:

Administrative Activities and Associated Tasks

The following administrative activities and associated tasks are typically performed during the delivery phase in an iterative, incremental, parallel, and timeboxed manner:

General Engineering Activities and Associated Tasks

The following general engineering activities and associated tasks are typically performed during the delivery phase in an iterative, incremental, parallel, and timeboxed manner:

Guidelines