A well documented Final Analysis will deliver an improved difference to any system. A well documented report of a systemsí assessment and the recommendations needed to bring those applications and services within the engineered specifications with the following tools: baseline metrics, performance tuning, distributed real-time testing, gap analysis and a final analysis.
Base-line metricThe initial stage to any new software engineering development: determine the software and hardware components as the required targets and apply appropriate deployment, testing, performance and monitoring tools for data acquisition to establish a baseline metric.
Gap AnalysisIdentify and test: software stacks - FOSS or commercial or some combination of software tools, toolkits and frameworks for a customized development or performance analysis of the target systems.
Final analysisGap Analysis Follow-up: after the completion of the Gap Analysis newly developed and JUnit tested software modules can be installed, rigorous performance testing and appropriate tuning techniques may be applied resulting in a well documented Final Analysis.
Final analysis is a software engineering concept garnered from many years of software development and software engineering on many projects varying widely in scope and range of function.
Planned for future expansion are several links to demo web-based applications running under different Servlet containers: Tomcat, JBoss and Glassfish.
The demo application servers are deployed for demo web applications and for testing purposes only.Current deployed applications are deployed publicly using SSL/https for the login url. This includes a Servlet server application that I am using on a daily basis: David's Blog
My blog is back!...After several weeks of struggling with working with re-installing Pebble I have it back up-and-running. There's more...
Updated my blog with the RIF bad news...FirstAm Flood Data Services: I got RIF'd today along with 2 or 3 other long time employees
Updated my website with this new page!This page was a lot of work because of the effort needed to jump the Gimp/Photoshop learning curve. In the Final Analysis I used both popular graphics programs to spruce up my site. I have more work to do...
My blog is back! (again...)After a little more than a year hiatus from shutting down my blog when I was @ SUCK-T the Dave Blog is back with all of the unplublished replublished! Pebble is one cool little blog