Non-Functional Requirements: Often Considered the “Missed” Requirements
July Session V
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
7PM to 10PM Eastern Time Zone
In a perfect world every system would have no failures, be up 24/7, would respond before I was ready to do my next action, would never allow those into the system they don’t belong, etc. But these quality attributes of a system may not be attainable, or if they are, at an extreme cost. There must be a balance between these competing characteristics. To consider delivering the right functionality is not enough. We will explore beyond the functional requirements and address the various types of non-functional requirements (quality attributes, design constraints and external interfaces) that are often the “missed” requirements in a project.