ASL: A Framework for Application Management

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The Stationery Office, Feb 23, 2004 - Business & Economics - 172 pages
Application management refers to the maintenance and enhancement of information systems, and accounts for a large proportion of IT expenditure. This publication contains information on the ASL (the Application Services Library) framework, which is currently the only public domain application management standard in the world. Aspects discussed include: the structure of the ASL framework, maintenance processes including configuration, capacity and continuity management; impact analysis, design, testing and implementation; connecting processes such as software control and distribution; application cycle management; organisations cycle management; relationships with other forms of management; application and introduction of ASL.
 

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Contents

ASL position and messages
13
The ASL framework
21
The maintenance processes
27
Enhancement and renovation
53
Connecting processes
77
Management processes
87
Applications Cycle Management ACM
109
Organisation Cycle Management OCM
127
Relationships with other forms of management
147
CHAPTER 11
159
ASL processes
165
ASL Foundation
171
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Remko van der Pols is the creator of the Application Services Library framework.

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