Checking date: 25/04/2024

Course: 2024/2025

Software development and operation
Dual Bachelor in Computer Science and Engineering, and Business Administration (Plan: 437 - Estudio: 233)


Department assigned to the subject: Computer Science and Engineering Department

Type: Compulsory
ECTS Credits: 6.0 ECTS


Requirements (Subjects that are assumed to be known)
Software engineering (Course: second - semester: first) Software Development (Course: second - semester: second) Software development projects management (Course: fourth - semester: first, recommended)
The subject objective is to obtain the necessary knowledge and skills to design, plan, build, deploy and operate a software system, ensuring the quality requirements in the different environments and architectures defined for its construction.
Skills and learning outcomes
Description of contents: programme
- Basis and concepts withing the development and operation of software systems -Planification of software systems -Architecture and development of software systems -Deployment of software systems -Operation and monitoring of software systems -Quality assurance of software systems
Learning activities and methodology
Theoretical-Practical Lectures: 1 ECTS - Review of contents before class Practical Lectures: 1 ECTS - Exercise resolution - Partial oral presentation of the project Team Work: 1 ECTS - Project development - Project review Individual Work: 1 ECTS - Contribution to team project - Individual practical exercises - Study and preparation of theoretical exams Tutoring: 1ECTS -Individual or group based tutorship sessions with the professor
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 0
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 100
Calendar of Continuous assessment
Extraordinary call: regulations
Basic Bibliography
  • Christof Ebert; Gorka Gallardo; Josune Hernantes; Nicolas Serrano. DevOps. IEEE Software. 2016
  • D. Farley. Modern software engineering: doing what really works to build better software faster. Addison-Wesley. 2021
  • G. Kim, K. Behr, and G. Spafford. The phoenix project: a novel about IT, DevOps, and helping your business win. Portland, OR: IT Revolution. 2018
  • J. Davis and K. Daniels. Effective devOps: building a culture of collaboration, affinity, and tooling at scale. O¿Reilly. 2016
  • M. Richards and N. Ford. Fundamentals of software architecture: an engineering approach. O¿Reilly Media. 2020
  • Martin Eigner. System Lifecycle Management. Springer. 2021
  • N. Ford, M. Richards, P. J. Sadalage, and Z. Dehghani. Software architecture: the hard parts: modern trade-off analysis for distributed architectures. O¿Reilly Media. 2021
  • N. Forsgren, J. Humble, and G. Kim. Accelerate: the science behind DevOps: building and scaling high performing technology organizations. Portland, Oregon: IT Revolution. 2018
  • R. C. Martin and R. C. Martin. Clean architecture: a craftsman¿s guide to software structure and design. Prentice Hall. 2018
  • Thomas M. Shortell. INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook: A Guide for System Life Cycle Processes and Activities. Willey. 2015
Recursos electrónicosElectronic Resources *
Additional Bibliography
  • B. Beyer, C. Jones, J. Petoff, and N. R. Murphy. Site reliability engineering: how Google runs production systems. O'Reilly. 2016
  • C. Rosenthal and N. Jones. Chaos engineering: system resiliency in practice. O¿Reilly Media. 2020
  • K. Morris. Infrastructure as code: managing servers in the cloud. O¿Reilly. 2016
  • M. T. Nygard. Release it! design and deploy production-ready software. Pragmatic Bookshelf. 2007
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The course syllabus may change due academic events or other reasons.