An Introduction to Hyper-Agile SDLC
Avoid the red tape when it is not needed. The hyper-agile SDLC is an end-to-end process for developing and delivering applications of varying risk and complexity into an organization using citizen development.
The citizen development hyper-agile SDLC is different from traditional or agile SDLCs. It extends the principles of agile delivery by identifying unique characteristics of citizen development to optimize quicker decision making and lighter project governance. It transforms how software is developed and reshapes how development teams are assembled and operate, with business resources taking the lead and minimal IT approvals required.
Software development life cycle (SDLC) Definition
As explained by Alexandra Altvater in “What Is SDLC? Understand the Software Development Life Cycle,” SDLC is a process that produces software with the highest quality and lowest cost in the shortest time possible. SDLC provides a well-structured flow of phases that helps an organization to quickly produce high-quality software that is well tested and ready for production use.
What makes SDLC Hyper Agile?
- It delivers on the promise of design and development as a single activity, removing the need for extensive requirements gathering, multiple handoffs and unnecessary documentation.
- Smaller teams, real-time development and lighter governance result in less
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