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Product Line Management in Practice

 
: Bayer, J.; Lehner, T.; Muthig, D.

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Created on: 12.12.2006


Kaiserslautern, 2006, VII, 15 pp.
IESE-Report, 127.06/E
Reportnr.: 127.06/E
English
Report, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IESE ()
PESOA; product management; product line management; product line maintenance; product line evolution

Abstract
Software systems provide to their users a number of accessible services. For service-oriented applications the services an application provides to its users are the major driver for understanding the requirements on the application and also for developing it. A service-oriented application can then be specified by selecting required services. The application is realized by combining all required services using a service-oriented architecture that maps services to software components.
The goal of the PESOA project is to design and implement a platform for families of related service-oriented applications. The envisioned platform is used to manage process variants for families of service-oriented applications and to enable the process-based instantiation of such service-oriented application families.
Product Line Management is used to manage, plan and control the life cycle of the product line and its members. This report outlines the product line management, especially the management of product line maintenance and evolution.

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1 Introduction S.1-25
- 1.1 Project Context S.1-25
- 1.1.1 Goal S.1-25
- 1.2 Outline S.1-25
2 Product Line Management in Practice S.1-5
- 2.1 Product Management S.4
- 2.2 Product Line Management S.5
3 Product Line Maintenance and Evolution S.6
- 3.1 Servicing S.6
Table of Contents S.7-13
- 3.2 Extension S.7-8
- 3.3 Reengineering S.9
- 3.4 Integration S.10
- 3.5 Migration S.11
- 3.6 Management Approach S.12-13
4 Conclusion S.14
References S.15