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= EGI Software Component Delivery  =
 
= EGI Software Component Delivery  =
  
==Component roadmap and release plan==
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== Component roadmap and release plan ==
  
The Provider will publish a roadmap
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The Provider will publish a roadmap for each component it wishes to release to EGI. The roadmap may be consolidated into one document with the roadmaps for other components if the Provider releases more than one component to EGI. The roadmap must contain:  
for each component it wishes to release to EGI. The roadmap may be
 
consolidated into one document with the roadmaps for other components
 
if the Provider releases more than one component to EGI. The roadmap
 
must contain:
 
  
* All planned major component releases
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*All planned major component releases  
* All planned minor component releases
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*All planned minor component releases  
* Planned new features in the component
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*Planned new features in the component  
* Incompatibilities between releases
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*Incompatibilities between releases
  
 
<br>  
 
<br>  
  
The Provider will update the
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The Provider will update the roadmap(s) every half year (six calendar months) at least one calendar month before EGI publishes the UMD Roadmap on its scheduled dates [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania].  
roadmap(s) every half year (six calendar months) at least one
 
calendar month before EGI publishes the UMD Roadmap on its scheduled
 
dates [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania].
 
  
 
<br>  
 
<br>  
  
The Provider will make available a
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The Provider will make available a release plan for each component published in the Provider’s software repository. The Provider may consolidate release plans of more than one component into a consolidated series of one or more documents, for a better overview. The release plan must provide the planned release dates for all maintained software components for at least one year into the future and must include the release dates for  
release plan for each component published in the Provider’s
 
software repository. The Provider may consolidate release plans of
 
more than one component into a consolidated series of one or more
 
documents, for a better overview. The release plan must provide the
 
planned release dates for all maintained software components for at
 
least one year into the future and must include the release dates for
 
  
* All major releases
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*All major releases  
* All minor releases
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*All minor releases
  
Technology Provider agrees to inform EGI whenever the release plan is changed.
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Technology Provider agrees to inform EGI whenever the release plan is changed.  
  
 
<br>  
 
<br>  
  
Release delivery and format
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Release delivery and format  
  
The Provider agrees to deliver
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The Provider agrees to deliver releases on a regular basis and provides electronic access to the release contents as described in [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania]. The new release must be delivered by creating a tracker artefact in GGUS containing XML based technical description of the release [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania]. <br>  
releases on a regular basis and provides electronic access to the
 
release contents as described in [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania].
 
The new release must be delivered by creating a tracker artefact in
 
GGUS containing XML based technical description of the release [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania].
 
<br>
 
  
 
== Quality Assurance  ==
 
== Quality Assurance  ==
  
The Provider understands and
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The Provider understands and accepts the Software Provisioning Process as described in EGI-InSPIRE Milestone MS503 [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania] and its designated successors.  
accepts the Software Provisioning Process as described in EGI-InSPIRE
 
Milestone MS503 [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania] and its
 
designated successors.
 
  
=== Acceptance Criteria===
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=== Acceptance Criteria ===
  
The evolution of acceptance
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The evolution of acceptance criteria is a normal process considering the settings within which EGI and the Provider operate. <br> Through active participation in the TCB the Provider advises EGI on the effort required to implement any changes to generic or specific acceptance criteria that may affect any of the maintained software components that are part of, or considered to be part of, the UMD.  
criteria is a normal process considering the settings within which
 
EGI and the Provider operate.
 
<br>  
 
Through active participation in the
 
TCB the Provider advises EGI on the effort required to implement any
 
changes to generic or specific acceptance criteria that may affect
 
any of the maintained software components that are part of, or
 
considered to be part of, the UMD.
 
  
=== Test plans</span> ===
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=== Test plans  ===
  
The Provider agrees to formally
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The Provider agrees to formally provide or make available to EGI the complete test plans and results of continuous testing and integration of each maintained software component.  
provide or make available to EGI the complete test plans and results
 
of continuous testing and integration of each maintained software
 
component.
 
  
The test plan for a given release
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The test plan for a given release of one particular component must include:  
of one particular component must include:
 
  
* All tests available, or at least an executive overview of all tests available
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*All tests available, or at least an executive overview of all tests available  
* The complete, detailed list of all tests executed for the given release of given component
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*The complete, detailed list of all tests executed for the given release of given component  
* The complete, detailed result of each executed test
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*The complete, detailed result of each executed test  
* References to and descriptions of any required 3<sup>rd</sup> party software necessary to execute the test plans.
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*References to and descriptions of any required 3<sup>rd</sup> party software necessary to execute the test plans.
  
 
<br>  
 
<br>  
  
The test plan as described above must be made available to EGI prior to the planned release date for
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The test plan as described above must be made available to EGI prior to the planned release date for review:  
review:
 
  
* Major release: At least 20 working days
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*Major release: At least 20 working days  
* Minor release: At least 15 working days
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*Minor release: At least 15 working days  
* Revision release: At least 10 working days
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*Revision release: At least 10 working days  
* Emergency release: N/A
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*Emergency release: N/A
  
 
<br>  
 
<br>  
  
Prior to entering EGI’s Software Provisioning Process [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania]
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Prior to entering EGI’s Software Provisioning Process [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania] and upon request of EGI’s appropriate management unit, the Provider, in collaboration with EGI, agrees to the best of their ability to:  
and upon request of EGI’s appropriate management unit, the Provider, in collaboration with EGI, agrees to the best of their
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ability to:
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*Rerun the complete test plan for major releases
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*Run a subset of the tests of the test plan (chosen by EGI) for minor releases
  
* Rerun the complete test plan for major releases
 
* Run a subset of the tests of the test plan (chosen by EGI) for minor releases
 
 
<br>  
 
<br>  
  
==Issue management==
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== Issue management ==
  
The Provider has appointed personnel for technical issues concerning the maintained software
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The Provider has appointed personnel for technical issues concerning the maintained software components. Those technical contacts must be fully authorised to act as the Provider’s representative in collaboration with EGI DMSU [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania] regarding the triaging, assessment and resolution of any technical issues concerning the software components developed and maintained by the Provider. <br>  
components. Those technical contacts must be fully authorised to act
 
as the Provider’s representative in collaboration with EGI DMSU [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania]
 
regarding the triaging, assessment and resolution of any technical
 
issues concerning the software components developed and maintained by
 
the Provider.
 
<br>  
 
  
===Issue management infrastructure===
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=== Issue management infrastructure ===
  
EGI uses GGUS for 2<sup>nd</sup> level (DMSU) support. For 3<sup>rd</sup>-level support, EGI provides the Technology Provider with a
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EGI uses GGUS for 2<sup>nd</sup> level (DMSU) support. For 3<sup>rd</sup>-level support, EGI provides the Technology Provider with a provider-specific Support Unit (SU) in GGUS as 3<sup>rd</sup> level support interface. Monitoring and reporting of provider performance is implemented through this SU.  
provider-specific Support Unit (SU) in GGUS as 3<sup>rd</sup> level support interface. Monitoring and reporting of provider performance is implemented through this SU.
 
  
 
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=== Issue Resolution  ===
 
=== Issue Resolution  ===
  
The Provider constructively works in close collaboration with EGI DMSU on jointly investigating issues
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The Provider constructively works in close collaboration with EGI DMSU on jointly investigating issues raised against software components maintained by the Provider. The investigation includes triaging the issue or incident, the problem and any known impacts. The details of the process of collaboration with the DMSU are outlined in [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania].  
raised against software components maintained by the Provider. The
 
investigation includes triaging the issue or incident, the problem
 
and any known impacts. The details of the process of collaboration
 
with the DMSU are outlined in [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania].
 
  
 
<br>  
 
<br>  
  
In case the triage resolves to the
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In case the triage resolves to the production of a new release of the affected software component DMSU and the service provider jointly agree on an Estimated Time of Availability (ETA) of the necessary new release of that software component.<br>  
production of a new release of the affected software component DMSU
 
and the service provider jointly agree on an Estimated Time of
 
Availability (ETA) of the necessary new release of that software
 
component.<br>  
 
  
The Provider agrees to prioritise
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The Provider agrees to prioritise the effort to resolve and fix reported issues according to their priority as set in GGUS, in the following order, while respecting the constraint of the agreed ETA:  
the effort to resolve and fix reported issues according to their
 
priority as set in GGUS, in the following order, while respecting the
 
constraint of the agreed ETA:
 
  
 
#Top priority<br>  
 
#Top priority<br>  
 
#Very urgent<br>  
 
#Very urgent<br>  
#Urgent<br>
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#Urgent<br>  
 
#Less Urgent<br>
 
#Less Urgent<br>
  
==Vulnerability management==
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== Vulnerability management ==
  
The Provider has appointed
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The Provider has appointed personnel for vulnerability issues concerning the maintained software components. Those security contacts must be fully authorised to act as the Provider’s representative in collaboration with EGI SVG [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania] and related boards regarding the triaging, assessment and resolution of any vulnerability issues concerning the software components developed and maintained by the Provider.  
personnel for vulnerability issues concerning the maintained software
 
components. Those security contacts must be fully authorised to act
 
as the Provider’s representative in collaboration with EGI SVG [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania]
 
and related boards regarding the triaging, assessment and resolution
 
of any vulnerability issues concerning the software components
 
developed and maintained by the Provider.
 
  
<br>
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<br>  
  
Any appointed security contact for
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Any appointed security contact for any delivered software component must respond to any request by the EGI SVG and associated groups (e.g. RAT). The response must be as soon as possible, or at least within 2 working days.  
any delivered software component must respond to any request by the
 
EGI SVG and associated groups (e.g. RAT). The response must be as
 
soon as possible, or at least within 2 working days.
 
  
 
<br>  
 
<br>  
  
===Vulnerability Resolution===
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=== Vulnerability Resolution ===
  
The Provider agrees that any
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The Provider agrees that any software vulnerability found in their delivered software while running on EGI production infrastructure must be handled using the SVG process [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania].  
software vulnerability found in their delivered software while
 
running on EGI production infrastructure must be handled using the
 
SVG process [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania].
 
  
<br>
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<br>  
  
The Provider agrees that any
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The Provider agrees that any software vulnerability in their delivered software found otherwise must be reported to the EGI SVG. If the vulnerability is reported before a fix is available, the vulnerability must be treated and resolved as if found on EGI production infrastructure, i.e. it must be handled using the SVG process. If the vulnerability is reported after a fix is available, the Provider coordinates with SVG to make available the new release including an appropriate advisory for SW release on EGI production infrastructure.  
software vulnerability in their delivered software found otherwise
 
must be reported to the EGI SVG. If the vulnerability is reported
 
before a fix is available, the vulnerability must be treated and
 
resolved as if found on EGI production infrastructure, i.e. it must
 
be handled using the SVG process. If the vulnerability is reported
 
after a fix is available, the Provider coordinates with SVG to make
 
available the new release including an appropriate advisory for SW
 
release on EGI production infrastructure.
 
  
<br>
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<br>  
  
The Provider agrees to prioritise
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The Provider agrees to prioritise vulnerability resolution according to their risk assessment, in the following order:  
vulnerability resolution according to their risk assessment, in the
 
following order:
 
  
#Critical
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#Critical  
#High
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#High  
#Moderate
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#Moderate  
 
#Low
 
#Low
  
 
<br>  
 
<br>  
  
For any vulnerability found in any software component delivered by the Provider, the Provider agrees to the best of their ability that no information about the vulnerability shall be disclosed to the public without consent of the SVG. Other Software Vulnerability groups may be informed without prior consent of the EGI SVG, provided they have a non-disclosure policy, which is compatible with that of the EGI SVG. Also, IGE and any other vulnerability groups informed must ensure that a fix is available in the UMD prior to public or other widespread disclosure of the vulnerability.
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For any vulnerability found in any software component delivered by the Provider, the Provider agrees to the best of their ability that no information about the vulnerability shall be disclosed to the public without consent of the SVG. Other Software Vulnerability groups may be informed without prior consent of the EGI SVG, provided they have a non-disclosure policy, which is compatible with that of the EGI SVG. Also, IGE and any other vulnerability groups informed must ensure that a fix is available in the UMD prior to public or other widespread disclosure of the vulnerability.  
  
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Due to the expected small number of software Products contributed by IGE a sensible relation-based metering of objective targets is not possible. Instead, IGE and EGI agree that objectives undergo quarterly review collecting input across EGI management bodies and activities (SVG, RAT, DMSU, TCB, etc.) and a formal overall ratification that collected metrics are within reason.The performance of IGE in said activities will be individually reviewed and assessed on the following scale:  
 
Due to the expected small number of software Products contributed by IGE a sensible relation-based metering of objective targets is not possible. Instead, IGE and EGI agree that objectives undergo quarterly review collecting input across EGI management bodies and activities (SVG, RAT, DMSU, TCB, etc.) and a formal overall ratification that collected metrics are within reason.The performance of IGE in said activities will be individually reviewed and assessed on the following scale:  

Revision as of 12:43, 17 February 2015



DRAFT

EGI Software Component Delivery

Component roadmap and release plan

The Provider will publish a roadmap for each component it wishes to release to EGI. The roadmap may be consolidated into one document with the roadmaps for other components if the Provider releases more than one component to EGI. The roadmap must contain:

  • All planned major component releases
  • All planned minor component releases
  • Planned new features in the component
  • Incompatibilities between releases


The Provider will update the roadmap(s) every half year (six calendar months) at least one calendar month before EGI publishes the UMD Roadmap on its scheduled dates [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania].


The Provider will make available a release plan for each component published in the Provider’s software repository. The Provider may consolidate release plans of more than one component into a consolidated series of one or more documents, for a better overview. The release plan must provide the planned release dates for all maintained software components for at least one year into the future and must include the release dates for

  • All major releases
  • All minor releases

Technology Provider agrees to inform EGI whenever the release plan is changed.


Release delivery and format

The Provider agrees to deliver releases on a regular basis and provides electronic access to the release contents as described in [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania]. The new release must be delivered by creating a tracker artefact in GGUS containing XML based technical description of the release [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania].

Quality Assurance

The Provider understands and accepts the Software Provisioning Process as described in EGI-InSPIRE Milestone MS503 [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania] and its designated successors.

Acceptance Criteria

The evolution of acceptance criteria is a normal process considering the settings within which EGI and the Provider operate.
Through active participation in the TCB the Provider advises EGI on the effort required to implement any changes to generic or specific acceptance criteria that may affect any of the maintained software components that are part of, or considered to be part of, the UMD.

Test plans

The Provider agrees to formally provide or make available to EGI the complete test plans and results of continuous testing and integration of each maintained software component.

The test plan for a given release of one particular component must include:

  • All tests available, or at least an executive overview of all tests available
  • The complete, detailed list of all tests executed for the given release of given component
  • The complete, detailed result of each executed test
  • References to and descriptions of any required 3rd party software necessary to execute the test plans.


The test plan as described above must be made available to EGI prior to the planned release date for review:

  • Major release: At least 20 working days
  • Minor release: At least 15 working days
  • Revision release: At least 10 working days
  • Emergency release: N/A


Prior to entering EGI’s Software Provisioning Process [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania] and upon request of EGI’s appropriate management unit, the Provider, in collaboration with EGI, agrees to the best of their ability to:

  • Rerun the complete test plan for major releases
  • Run a subset of the tests of the test plan (chosen by EGI) for minor releases


Issue management

The Provider has appointed personnel for technical issues concerning the maintained software components. Those technical contacts must be fully authorised to act as the Provider’s representative in collaboration with EGI DMSU [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania] regarding the triaging, assessment and resolution of any technical issues concerning the software components developed and maintained by the Provider.

Issue management infrastructure

EGI uses GGUS for 2nd level (DMSU) support. For 3rd-level support, EGI provides the Technology Provider with a provider-specific Support Unit (SU) in GGUS as 3rd level support interface. Monitoring and reporting of provider performance is implemented through this SU.


Issue Resolution

The Provider constructively works in close collaboration with EGI DMSU on jointly investigating issues raised against software components maintained by the Provider. The investigation includes triaging the issue or incident, the problem and any known impacts. The details of the process of collaboration with the DMSU are outlined in [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania].


In case the triage resolves to the production of a new release of the affected software component DMSU and the service provider jointly agree on an Estimated Time of Availability (ETA) of the necessary new release of that software component.

The Provider agrees to prioritise the effort to resolve and fix reported issues according to their priority as set in GGUS, in the following order, while respecting the constraint of the agreed ETA:

  1. Top priority
  2. Very urgent
  3. Urgent
  4. Less Urgent

Vulnerability management

The Provider has appointed personnel for vulnerability issues concerning the maintained software components. Those security contacts must be fully authorised to act as the Provider’s representative in collaboration with EGI SVG [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania] and related boards regarding the triaging, assessment and resolution of any vulnerability issues concerning the software components developed and maintained by the Provider.


Any appointed security contact for any delivered software component must respond to any request by the EGI SVG and associated groups (e.g. RAT). The response must be as soon as possible, or at least within 2 working days.


Vulnerability Resolution

The Provider agrees that any software vulnerability found in their delivered software while running on EGI production infrastructure must be handled using the SVG process [Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania].


The Provider agrees that any software vulnerability in their delivered software found otherwise must be reported to the EGI SVG. If the vulnerability is reported before a fix is available, the vulnerability must be treated and resolved as if found on EGI production infrastructure, i.e. it must be handled using the SVG process. If the vulnerability is reported after a fix is available, the Provider coordinates with SVG to make available the new release including an appropriate advisory for SW release on EGI production infrastructure.


The Provider agrees to prioritise vulnerability resolution according to their risk assessment, in the following order:

  1. Critical
  2. High
  3. Moderate
  4. Low


For any vulnerability found in any software component delivered by the Provider, the Provider agrees to the best of their ability that no information about the vulnerability shall be disclosed to the public without consent of the SVG. Other Software Vulnerability groups may be informed without prior consent of the EGI SVG, provided they have a non-disclosure policy, which is compatible with that of the EGI SVG. Also, IGE and any other vulnerability groups informed must ensure that a fix is available in the UMD prior to public or other widespread disclosure of the vulnerability.


Metrics

Each metric is a positive integer number, including 0 (zero). “Secondary” metrics (i.e. metrics with an ID counter larger than 1) are constrained in that they cannot reach numbers greater than the pertinent “main” metrics (i.e. M.*.1).

All metrics are collected on a monthly basis, starting on the first calendar day of the month, and ending on the respective last day of the month.

  1. Metric ID
  1. Metric
  1. Explanation
  1. M.SVG.1
  1. Number of confirmed new vulnerabilities per month
  1. The total number of vulnerabilities discovered in all maintained software components, whether within EGI activities or outside, are collected and published.
  2. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.SVG.2
  1. Number of fixes delivered within TD
  1. All fixes that are delivered within TD and




have passed the SW Rollout process are counted.

  1. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.SVG.3
  1. Number of fixes delivered after TD
  1. All fixes that are delivered after




TD and have passed the SW Rollout process are counted.

  1. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.SVG.4
  1. Number of confirmed open vulnerabilities which have exceeded the TD
  1. Number of confirmed vulnerabilities, which have not been fixed and have passed the TD at the time of calculating.
  2. Current value taken at the end of the reporting month on the last working at 18:00 CE(S)T.
  1. M.SVG.5
  1. Total number of open vulnerabilities
  1. Current value taken at the end of the reporting month on the last working day at 18:00 CE(S)T.
  1. M.SVG.6
  1. Number of requests to the Provider
  1. The total number of requests for information and/or participation in investigation of issues to IGE concerning vulnerabilities.
  2. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.SVG.7
  1. Number of contact responses below 2 day target
  1. Each request made by the SVG or associated boards that were not reacted upon within 2 working days are counted.
  2. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.DMSU.1
  1. Number of issues assigned to the Provider
  1. The total numbers of confirmed issues that require the Provider’s effort to produce a new release are counted.
  2. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.DMSU.2
  1. Number of issues with revised ETA
  1. The total number of issues for which the Provider changed the ETA are counted.
  2. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.DMSU.3
  1. Number of fixes delivered within ETA
  1. All fixes that are delivered within ETA and




have passed the SW Rollout process are counted.

  1. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.DMSU.4
  1. Number of fixes delivered within ETA + 1 week
  1. All fixes that are delivered within ETA + 1




calendar week and have passed the SW Rollout process are counted.

  1. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.DMSU.5
  1. Number of fixes delivered within ETA + 1 month
  1. All fixes that are delivered within ETA (+ 1




calendar month) and have passed the SW Rollout process are counted.

  1. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.REPO.1
  1. Number of releases delivered to EGI
  1. The total number of releases made available to EGI through the SW Rollout process is counted.
  2. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.REPO.2
  1. Number of releases that passed the quality criteria verification.
  1. All releases that passed the quality criteria verification process are counted. Release submissions that result in changes of quality criteria applicable to the pertinent component are not counted in this metric.
  2. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.REPO.3
  1. Number of releases that passed StageRollout verification
  1. All releases that passed the StageRollout phase of the SW rollout process hence are accepted for production use, are counted.
  2. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.MISC.1
  1. Number of violations of service request response times
  1. Every occurrence of a violation of the service




request response times agreed to in section Błąd: Nie znaleziono źródła odwołania is counted.

  1. Aggregated during the reporting month.
  1. M.MISC.2
  1. Number of releases that failed any mandatory Generic Documentation Quality Criterion
  1. Documentation quality is a critical software quality criterion, but not part of the decision to accept or reject software based on technical failures.
  2. Aggregated during the reporting month.



Objectives

Objectives are decimal numbers with a precision of 2 decimals rounded. In case of any main metric, at the point of collection, has the value 0 (zero) the related objective shall have the value “0.00%”

Objectives are calculated using monthly metering of the metrics defined in section .

  1. Objective ID
  1. Objective
  1. Calculation
  1. Target
  1. O.SVG.1
  1. Proportion of issues fixed within TD
  1. 100 * M.SVG.2 /
  2. (M.SVG.2 + M.SVG.3 + M.SVG.4)
  1. n/a
  1. O.SVG.2
  1. Proportion of open issues beyond TD
  1. M.SVG.4 / M.SVG.5 * 100
  1. n/a
  1. O.SVG.3
  1. Responsiveness of security contacts to vulnerability issues
  1. (M.SVG.7 / M.SVG.6) * 100
  1. n/a
  1. O.DMSU.1
  1. Success rate of timely delivery within ETA
  1. (M.DMSU.3 / M.DMSU.1) * 100
  1. n/a
  1. O.DMSU.2
  1. Success rate of timely delivery within ETA + 1 week
  1. (M.DMSU.4 / M.DMSU.1) * 100
  1. n/a
  1. O.DMSU.3
  1. Success rate of timely delivery within ETA + 1 month
  1. (M.DMSU.5 / M.DMSU.1) * 100
  1. n/a
  1. O.REPO.1
  1. Formal quality of component releases
  1. (M.REPO.2 / M.REPO.1) * 100
  1. n/a
  1. O.REPO.2
  1. Functional quality of component releases
  1. (M.REPO.3 / M.REPO.1) * 100
  1. n/a
  1. O.MISC.1
  1. Service response time violation
  1. M.MISC.1
  1. 0
  1. O.MISC.2
  1. Documentation quality failure
  1. M.MISC.2
  1. 0




Due to the expected small number of software Products contributed by IGE a sensible relation-based metering of objective targets is not possible. Instead, IGE and EGI agree that objectives undergo quarterly review collecting input across EGI management bodies and activities (SVG, RAT, DMSU, TCB, etc.) and a formal overall ratification that collected metrics are within reason.The performance of IGE in said activities will be individually reviewed and assessed on the following scale:

  • Performance above expectations
  • Performance as expected
  • Performance below expectation

The review will include assessment of the past period, and expectations for the subsequent period.