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I'm going to start with the flippant answers before I give you the real ones. The flip answers are no less correct, they're just not something you're likely to want to hear. There is no standard because it's a meaningless metric. There is no standard because it's a meaningless metric. There is no standard because it's a meaningless metric. Now for the ...
From application perspective you need to look at below states for DB to be validated with basic cases Clean up Scripts (Clearing Previous Run Data) Initial Data population (From a fresh install whatever initial configuration you need to do) Prerequisites Validations Tests (Checklist to validate before you start run - Services up / DB's accessible, able to ...
ISO 15288 covers the System lifecycle, while ISO 12207 covers the Software lifecycle. As of 2008, the two are "harmonized for concurrent use". For instance, 12207 can be used "either alone or in conjunction with ... 15288" In a bit more detail, what this means is that 15288 covers all aspects of developing a system, where examples of system components are ...
This link can provide you some guidance on IT requirements for regulatory compliance such as SOx, HIPPA, etc. http://www.metricstream.com/insights/IT_sys_val.htm
I think you should research about CMMI for Acquisition: http://cmmiinstitute.com/cmmi-solutions/cmmi-for-acquisition/
If you're looking for a framework to give you some structure, ITIL would be a good place to start. It's flexible in that you're empowered to adapt ITIL to your own situation and needs. There are many level's of ITIL implementation, but check over this link on the fundamentals and see if it's what you're looking for: ITIL Foundation
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