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 JSEA  Vol.7 No.8 , July 2014
Requirement Change Management in Global Software Environment Using Cloud Computing
Abstract: The successful implementation of any software project depends upon the requirements. Change in requirements at any stage during the life cycle of software development is taken as a healthy process. However, making out this change in a co-located environment is somewhat easier than the distributed environment where stakeholders are scattered at more than one location. This raises many challenges i.e. coordination, communication & control, managing change effectively and efficiently and managing central repository. Thus, cloud computing can be applied to minimize these challenges among the stakeholders. We have used a case study to evaluate the framework using cloud computing.
Cite this paper: Bibi, S. , Hafeez, Y. , Hassan, M. , Gul, Z. , Pervez, H. , Ahmed, I. and Mazhar, S. (2014) Requirement Change Management in Global Software Environment Using Cloud Computing. Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, 7, 694-699. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2014.78064.
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