The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Is The Traditional Approach Used By Organizations To Plan Large IT Projects, Such As IT Infrastructure.
The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
- Consider the following scenario:
- Your school intends to develop a student management system. The system will need to hold all details of registered students, including personal information, courses taken, and examination grades.
Submit by Day 7 a 3- to 4-page paper that includes the following:
- A description of the core activities in the software development process
- An explanation of the distinction between systems analysis and systems design and a description of the activities involved in each
- An explanation of the benefits of information systems
- An explanation of what the information system’s requirements are
- An explanation of why the information system’s requirements are difficult to determine correctly
- An explanation of why the testing stage of systems development is so important.
- An explanation of the difference between the three stages of testing for an information system
- A description the role of programming, conversion, production, and maintenance in systems development
- An evaluation of which of the three (programming conversion, production, and maintenance) is most important to project success and why
- An explanation of which of the three (conversion, production and maintenance) is most difficult to do correctly and why
- An analysis of the benefits and limitations of each of the following methods of building information systems: traditional waterfall method, prototyping, and component-based development
- A recommendation for which method the school should use for developing a student management system and justification of your choice