|Title :||Software Disposal Process|
|Process group :||6.4|
|Lower-level process of :||none|
|Replaced by process :||none|
|Specialization of :||none|
|Conforming instance of :||none|
Purpose : The purpose of the Software Disposal Process is to end the existence of a system’s software entity. This process ends active support by the operation and maintenance organization, or deactivates, disassembles and removes the affected software products, consigning them to a final condition and leaving the environment in an acceptable condition. This process destroys or stores system software elements and related products in a sound manner, in accordance with legislation, agreements, organizational constraints and stakeholder requirements. Where required, it maintains records that may be monitored. NOTE The objective is to retire a system's existing software products or services while preserving the integrity of organizational operations.
List of outcomes : As a result of successful implementation of the Software Disposal Process: a) a software disposal strategy is defined; b) disposal constraints are provided as inputs to requirements; c) the system's software elements are destroyed or stored; d) the environment is left in an agreed-upon state; and e) records allowing knowledge retention of disposal actions and any analysis of long-term impacts are available.warning.pngLa chaîne de représentation As a result of successful implementation o […] alysis of long-term impacts are available. est trop grande pour ce site.
NOTE The Software Disposal Process in this International Standard is a specialization of the Disposal Process of ISO/IEC 15288. Users may consider claiming conformance to the 15288 process rather than the process in this standard.
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