In order to implement an effective framework management system, corporate IT managers must have a complete understanding of its functions and utilization. Specifically, framework development has three distinct stages which are very important for day to day management of the IT environment.
First, a company must make a correct analysis of domain and domain relationships. This analysis can be used to pinpoint current and future requirements for IT deployments. In order to have an accurate picture of domain framework requirements, past standards and technology tools must be assessed. Software implementations, application systems, and hardware technology should also be taken into consideration during domain assessment. In this way, IT managers and corporate planners will be able to project the needs of new framework development. Target output and utilization of new frameworks can also be integrated into the plan.
After domain analysis, the second step should be the creation of framework design. This is very important because design will dictate how the new framework will affect current applications deployments. Appropriate framework designs must include the creation of several hot spots so that IT management will also be flexible.
Finally, the framework design should be implemented carefully. It should be tested on several enterprise applications. If testing has been proven successful, then the development can be applied on the entire technology architecture. Implementation involves making the framework instantaneous and executable for easier utilization.
Managers must be able to understand these stages and steps should be taken to ensure that proper framework deployment will result to maximum benefits for the company.