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Name Description Status
Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) Business concerns associated with managing a viable software delivery that constitutes or realises a software application Proposed 16/2/2010
Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Business concerns associated with managing a product over its lifecycle to achieve the desired market and business objectives Proposed 16/2/2010
System An arrangement of deliverables or operating units regardless of scale Draft 29/3/2010
Product An item offered for sale which visible to customers, attracts a price and becomes the basis of a commercial transaction (contract) Draft 29/3/2010
Application Unit of (Software) delivery that provides some significant collection of functions. Draft 29/3/2010
Product identity & classification Recognised coding and description of products, such as within product types, families. Ultimately provides a unique identifier plus multiple means to describe, find and promote a product (for usage) Draft 29/3/2010
Content Information that represents the design or how to realise an application, a product or system. For instance could include a quality spec but would typically exclude the measured quality data gathered Draft 29/3/2010
Associate Establish and maintain a linkage Draft 29/3/2010
Pedigree An assessment of a product, system, application, artefact Draft 29/3/2010
Promotion Progressive sanction of a product, system, application, artefact  
Release Promote for usage. Usage can mean further realization, integration, distribution, sale etc Draft 29/3/2010
Availability Begin formal provision of a product, system or service to into the market, make shippable to customers Draft 29/3/2010
Workflow Instantiation of a business process as a series oif steps of activities performed by roles and IT Draft 29/3/2010
Transition Implement a business rule on an artefact, configuration or work item Draft 29/3/2010
Business Rule An objective evaluation of criteria Draft 29/3/2010
Variant Alternative configuration of a product or system by way of capability or capacity or location (NFRs) Draft 29/3/2010
Effectivity Indication of planned relevance of a release or change e.g. by date, release, product or system identity sequence  
Configuration TBD, Check ?  
Context TBD  
Baseline TBD  

See also OSLC Common Glossary

Topic revision: r3 - 08 Feb 2011 - 14:38:26 - SteveSpeicher
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