Evidence from Risk Management in Software Product Lines development: A Cross-Case Analysis

Luanna Lopes LobatoPaulo Anselmo da Mota Silveira NetoIvan do Carmo MachadoEduardo Santana de AlmeidaSilvio Romero de Lemos Meira

Software Product Line Engineering is a paradigm in software development that enables rapid development of new applications, by means of systematically reusing the assets. In order to take effect and deliver the promised benefits, it demands for substantial upfront investments, and also manageable processes. Such a scenario leads to the need of a rigorous risk management, to be employed with the aim of decreasing the impact of problems that may occur during the projects' development, thus improving the use of resources. This work presents an analysis of two case studies of Risk Management practices in Software Product Line projects, carried out in academic and industry settings. In order to synthesize evidence and increase validity of the results, the outcomes were compared by means of a cross-case analysis, in which we analyzed the identified risks, their assessment and the activities used to mitigate them. The results were mapped in order to highlight the insights in both studies.

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