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ALM-PLM areas of concern

  • 7 Areas hve been identified to date - these are proposed as common supporting capability rather than primary business capabilitiies
  • These are proposed as areas of concern to support focusing of scenarios
  • The Glossary includes key terms within
  • The Attached document expands these 7 areas
  1. PLM product or System identities used within the ALM environment such as to name (e.g. identify, classify or associate) activities and artefacts
  2. Location of ALM content from a PLM or system context and/or location of relevant PLM content from an ALM or system context
  3. ALM deliveries of product or system content (artefacts) into a PLM setting such as part of a release managed by PLM
  4. Flows of plans, requirements, quality info and changes activities and items between ALM and PLM or System context
  5. Analytics, reporting from ALM to PLM, from PLM to ALM or combinations including a System context
  6. Organisation, role, approvals and authorities affecting ALM in a PLM setting or System context
  7. Establishment, association and maintenance of configurations, variants, options and their effectivity
We envisage selecting and prioritising from these areas of concern to select initial scenarios of interest to run up the wokrgroup operations to encorage adoption of existing OSCL Community Specs and to build out Specs to support ALM-PLM
Topic attachments
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pdfpdf OSLC_PLM_Workgroup_Areas_Concern_V0.2.pdf manage 40.1 K 30 Mar 2010 - 10:48 GrayBachelor V0.2 Updated 30th March see Changes page
Topic revision: r2 - 30 Mar 2010 - 10:48:22 - GrayBachelor
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