Our Process

The software development models are the various processes or methodologies that are being selected for the development of the project depending on the project’s aims and goals. There are many development life cycle models:


The Waterfall Model

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The successive stages in a Waterfall model are as follows:
  • Requirement Gathering and Analysis
  • System Design
  • Implementation
  • Integration & Testing
  • Deployment of System
  • Maintenance

Every one of these stages are fell to each other in which progress is viewed as streaming steadily downwards (like a waterfall) through the stages.

The Agile Model

Agile SDLC is a gathering of programming development procedures in light of iterative and incremental advancement, where necessities and arrangements advance through joint effort between self-organizing, cross-functional groups.

Each cycle involves cross functional groups working simultaneously on different areas mentioned below:
  • Planning
  • Requirements Analysis
  • Design
  • Coding
  • Unit Testing
  • Acceptance Testing

The DevOps Model

DevOps – a mixture of Development & Operations. It is a software development methodology which hopes to coordinate all the product advancement functions from development to operations inside a similar cycle.

This calls for more elevated amount of coordination inside the different stakeholders in the software advancement process.

An ideal DevOps cycle would start as mentioned below:
  • The dev writing code
  • Building & deploying of binaries in QA environment
  • Executing test cases
  • Deploying onto Production in one smooth integrated flow