It is already quite common to describe infrastructure in code with e.g. Puppet or Chef. These days there is another option for that: Docker. Especially for Docker it is important to keep track of the infrastructure’s configuration, because sources for your containers might have changed or vanished. Therefore you should test your infrastructure to ensure that it is as expected. Serverspec offers you the ability to do exactly that.Read more
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Finding out about all requirements of a product and ensuring their implementation is the key to a happy customer and to satisfied stakeholders. Therefore it is advisable to invest enough time into investigating and finding out about requirements. In the first post about requirements engineering we introduced the "Requirements Traceability Matrix" that allows you to keep track of your requirements. To fill this list with content we now want to take a closer look at possible sources and the classification of requirements.Read more
Whenever you start a project, the first step is to find out the initial requirements. Sometimes there is already a detailed functional concept, sometimes just a vague idea. The importatnt thing is that the requirements are explicit so that the final product will be able to meet them. If requriements are vague it is hard to be sure that they are being met.Read more
If you want to automate activities or execute infrequent tasks, you can use the scm-script-plugin. It allows you to write and execute scripts for SCM-Manager in Groovy and ECMAScript. Scripts require less overhead than plugins, but their performance can be weaker.Read more