Project Management

Operating Procedures

Format: Specifications/Procedures

Operating Procedures are specific directions to the operations staff of the computer facility where the system will run. These directions define the steps to perform common operations tasks, such as data backup, error recovery and application restart, batch processing and report distribution. Here is a template to help you specify the basic system operations procedures.

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Distributed Application Development Process

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