Maintenance

The maintenance is an activity designed to keep a system running smoothly. A number of different systems can be used to build and maintain application or database systems. The maintenance is generally performed by people who are comfortable and familiar with the system.

The maintenance is the process of monitoring and maintaining the application and database systems. Monitoring means that the performance of the system is observed. If the performance of the system falls below an acceptable level, tuning or reorganization of the system may be required.

Though it varies by industry, IT spend represents a significant percent of revenue for virtually all businesses and the majority of that spend is for software maintenance. Software maintenance keeps the lights on in every organization, but it also represents the enhancements and improvements to existing software that provide the competitive edge needed to stay ahead and succeed in any industry.

Application Maintenance is a support service that ensures the stability of software applications and IT systems according to the client’s operational requirements and provides system enhancements at the client’s request.

Database Maintenance is a term we use to describe a set of tasks that are all run with the intention to improve your database. There are routines meant to help performance, free up disk space, check for data errors, check for hardware faults, update internal statistics, and many other obscure (but important) things.

We are developing and maintaining biometrics applications in a comprehensive view, backend/frontend application, biometrics database design and implementation, and also maintenance of our own systems or third party application systems.

Maintenance of biometrics systems should include doing the necessary diagnostics on all systems, critically assessing the network, the database, environmental factors, and the impact of other devices on the biometrics and related systems. We are also able to proactively address or make provision for changes in organisational processes and infrastructure. Identified challenges would need to then be addressed in a way that improves overall performance.

Maintenance operations on three unique levels:

  • organizational level maintenance

  • intermediate level maintenance

  • depot level maintenance

The scope of maintenance activity at each maintenance level requires equipment, facilities, funding, personnel, and technical data at specific levels of sophistication.


tip"Maintenance is the process of modifying a software system or component after delivery to correct faults, improve performances or other attributes, or adapt to a changed environment."