The measure of the software program’s capacity to increase or lower performance in response to modifications in its processing demands. Nonfunctional requirements — also referred to as quality attributes — determine how the system ought to work. Nonfunctional requirements include portability, disaster recovery, security, privateness and usefulness. This is the foundational design, which identifies the general structure of the system, its primary components and their relationships with each other utilizing architectural design tools.
Today we congratulate Design Technology Manager Doug Schone on his 27