Environments Engineering



Definition

Environments engineering is the activity consisting of the cohesive collection of all tasks that are primarily performed to produce an endeavor’s environments.

Goals

The typical goals of environments engineering are to:

Objectives

The typical objectives of environments engineering are to produce and maintain the endeavor's:

Examples

Typical examples of environments engineering include:

Preconditions

Environments engineering typically may begin when the following conditions hold:

Completion Criteria

Environments engineering is typically complete when the following conditions hold:

Tasks

Environments engineering typically involves the following teams performing the following tasks in an iterative, incremental, parallel, and time-boxed manner:

Environments

Environments engineering is typically performed using the following environment(s):

Work Products

Environments engineering typically results in the production of all or part of the following work products in the environments work product set:

Phases

Environments engineering tasks are typically performed during the following phases:


Guidelines

  • This activity is documented using the typical configuration for large projects. It is intended to be configured (i.e., instantiated, extended, and tailored) to meet the needs of specific projects.
  • The preconditions of this activity should be the union of the preconditions of its constituent tasks.
  • The completion criteria for this activity should be the union of the postconditions of its constituent tasks.