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I have 5 questions please give me the answer ,explanation,suggestions if any?? what is PMP(project management plan)? what is test matrix and test metrics?? what is CMM and different levels? explain what is ISO? I NEED EXPLANATION FOR EVERYTHING AND I NEED IT URGENT PLEASE SEND ME AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE TO MY MAIL ID VIJAY2SVK@GMAIL.COM

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What is PMP(project management plan)? The project management plan is a document that describes the project management system used by a project team. The objective of a project management plan is do define the approach to be used by the Project team to deliver the intended project management scope of the project. The project manager creates the project management plan following input from the project team and key stakeholders. The plan should be agreed and approved by at least the project team and its key stakeholders. The project management plan typically covers topics used in the project execution system and includes the following main aspects: - Scope Management; - Schedule Management; - Financial Management; - Quality Management; - Resource Management for resources like people, tools and others; - Communication Management; - Project Change Management; - Risk Management; and - Procurement Management It is good practice and mostly required by large consulting and professional project management firms, to have a formally agreed and version controlled project management plan approved in the early stages of the project, and applied throughout the project. What is Traceability Matrix? Traceability Matrix is one of the document will prepare by QA.To make sure all the requirements mentioned in the requirements document are covered in your testing, we will prepare the traceability matrix.this document contains the following columns.Req#, Brief description about the requirement, test script ( to know in which test script it is covered), Test case . What is test metrics? Test metrics accomplish in analyzing the current level of maturity in testing and give a projection on how to go about testing activities by allowing us to set goals and predict future trends. test metrics should cover basically 3 things: 1. test coverage 2. time for one test cycle 3. convergence of testing What is CMM and different levels? explain? The Capability Maturity Model (CMM) is a process capability maturity model which aids in the definition and understanding of an organization's processes. The CMM was originally described in the book Managing the Software Process (Addison Wesley Professional, Massachusetts, 1989). The CMM was conceived by Watts Humphrey, who based it on the earlier work of Phil Crosby. Active development of the model by the SEI (US Dept. of Defense Software Engineering Institute) began in 1986. The SEI was at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. The CMM was originally intended as a tool for objectively assessing the ability of government contractors' processes to perform a contracted software project. Though it comes from the area of software development, it can be (and has been and still is being) applied as a generally applicable model to assist in understanding the process capability maturity of organizations in diverse areas. For example, software engineering, system engineering, project management, risk management, system acquisition, information technology (IT), personnel management. It has been used extensively for avionics software and government projects around the world. The CMM has been superseded by CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration). The old CMM was renamed to Software Engineering CMM (SE-CMM) and organizations accreditations based on SE-CMM expired on 31 December 2007. Other variants of the CMM include Software Security Engineering CMM SSE-CMM and People CMM. Other maturity models such as ISM3 have also emerged.[1] What is ISO? ISO 9000 is a family of standards for quality management systems. ISO 9000 is maintained by ISO, the International Organization for Standardization and is administered by accreditation and certification bodies. Some of the requirements in ISO 9001 (which is one of the standards in the ISO 9000 family) include * a set of procedures that cover all key processes in the business; * monitoring processes to ensure they are effective; * keeping adequate records; * checking output for defects, wit

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