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An Industrial Roadmap for Continuous Delivery of Software for Safety-critical Systems

Abstract : Traditionally, promoted by the internet companies, continuous delivery is more and more appealing to industries which develop systems with safety-critical functions. Since safety-critical systems must meet regulatory requirements and require specific (re-)certification processes in addition to the normal development steps, enabling continuous delivery of software in safety-critical systems requires to solve specific challenges. In this paper, we describe relevant challenges for realizing continuous delivery in software-intensive safety-critical systems, and sketch a roadmap how to implement such a continuous delivery pipeline using an incremental approach.
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Marc Zeller, Daniel Ratiu, Martin Rothfelder, Frank Buschmann. An Industrial Roadmap for Continuous Delivery of Software for Safety-critical Systems. 39th International Conference on Computer Safety, Reliability and Security (SAFECOMP), Position Paper, Sep 2020, Lisbon, Portugal. ⟨hal-02931767⟩



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