Key Strategies in Software Development
There are 5 key strategies developers use to come up with cleanroom software. Each strategy handles a phase in the development stage, as explained in the steps below.
Step 1: Formal Specification
The user requirement specification guides the system configuration. Consider the size of the cleanroom in your plan, and zero down on hardware and software needed for the project.
Step 2: Incremental Development
This is the first unit testing of the system to quantify the system’s design specification. If it passes the test, the developer can go to the next stage. If not, the process starts all over again.
Step 3: Structured Programming
The next step is configuration, which is configuring the software into the cleanroom monitoring system. Verification, in this case, identifies the behavior of the software within the system. It must match the configuration testing to scale. If it works, the process moves to the next step.
Step 4: Static Verification
This is the functional testing of the complete cleanroom monitoring system. This step verifies its workability, with a specific focus on environmental monitoring. You need sample pharmaceutical products to test the system.
Step 5: Statistical Testing of the System
After certifying the first 4 steps, there is a final system requirement testing to verify every stage in the build-up. The developer once more goes through the user requirementspecifications and certifies the system for operations.