Automated Error Prevention (AEP) is an industry best practice that improves application quality
through the automatic prevention of errors during the entire software development lifecycle.
AEP automates the development process to help software organizations learn from their and
everyone elses mistake to prevent errors from being repeated in software.
Automation is the innovation that allows AEP to overcome the main obstacle of other software quality
initiatives whose manual implementation is typically so difficult and time consuming that
they cannot feasibly be integrated into most development organizations and software product lifecycles.
The introduction of automation is essential to making error prevention a practical strategy for
the software industry.
When key error prevention practices are automated, organizations can ensure that
they are performed thoroughly and precisely, with minimal disruption to existing processes and projects.
As a result, error prevention practices can become a practical,
enduring part of a teams development process rather than an idea that is appreciated in principle,
but never truly embraced and implemented.
To learn how you can apply AEP to improve your own team's software development lifecycle