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Development Methodology

Our team is well-versed in agile, lean, and DevOps methodologies and understands how to apply them in a range of different contexts. We use these methodologies to streamline our processes, reduce waste, and ensure that we are able to deliver high-quality solutions in a timely and efficient manner. By embracing these methodologies, we are able to respond to changing customer needs and market conditions, and we are able to continuously improve our products and services.

Agile Development

Agile Software Development methodology is one of the best software development approaches that is used to design a disciplined software management process which also allows some frequent alteration in the development project. This is a type of software development methodology that is one conceptual framework for undertaking various software engineering projects.

Agile Development is used to minimize risk by developing software in short time boxes which are called iterations that generally last for one week to one month.

DevOps Methodology

DevOps can be described as a loosely held set of best practices that merge development and IT operations to deliver faster and better software. Jez Humble, the co-author of several influential books on DevOps, describes it as “a cross-disciplinary community of practice dedicated to the study of building, evolving, and operating rapidly changing resilient systems at scale.” 

DevOps defines an agile relationship between development and operations. It is the process practised by the development team and operational engineers together from the beginning of a project to the final stage of the product. 


Prototyping Model

The prototype model requires that before carrying out the development of actual software, a working prototype of the system should be built. A prototype is a toy implementation of the system. A prototype usually turns out to be a very crude version of the actual system, possibly exhibiting limited functional capabilities, low reliability, and inefficient performance as compared to the actual software.

In many instances, the client only has a general view of what is expected from the software product. In such a scenario where there is an absence of detailed information regarding the input to the system, the processing needs, and the output requirement, the prototyping model may be employed.

There are many more development methodologies used by teams - these are the Waterfall model, Kanban, Scrum Methodologies, Extreme Programming, Iterative Process, Spiral Model, etc.

Selecting the right methodology depends on multiple factors such as:

  • Requirements

  • Solution or the end product

  • Feedback on the work done

  • Frequency of change requests or enhancements

  • Cost of Delay

  • Experience on projects

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