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Aquaculture in Malolos: Development of Serverless Web-Based Inventory Management System for Coastal Areas

EasyChair Preprint no. 12151

4 pagesDate: February 17, 2024


Aquaculture is the practice of raising aquatic species in nets, cages, tanks, or ponds to improve food security, economic stability, and environmental sustainability. However, the current technologies assisting this industry are scarce, especially in the Philippines. This study explored the potential of a serverless inventory management system in monitoring the aquacultures of Malolos, Bulacan. As well as deriving meaningful insights from its harvest data that will benefit aquaculture owners, fish exporters and relevant government offices. The website was developed using SCRUM Methodology while the gathered data was processed using Descriptive Analytics and displayed through a dashboard. The ISO/IEC 25010:2011 Software Quality Evaluation Criteria was used to assess its acceptability which resulted in an overall weighted mean of 4.54 or “Excellent” despite the low scores obtained from the Performance Efficiency and Compatibility criteria which tied at 4.49. This rating could be partly due to the unavailability of the system for mobile users which the present study believes could be improved upon by future researchers.

Keyphrases: Aquacultures, Inventory Management System, Serverless

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  author = {Kathleen Mae Rocha and Joyce Abby Roque and Nicole Nicholas and Jam Zyrene Manahan and Gillian Marlon Nicodemus and Lilibeth Antonio and Sarah Alma Bentir},
  title = {Aquaculture in Malolos: Development of Serverless Web-Based Inventory Management System for Coastal Areas},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 12151},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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