Gathering & Analysis of Requirement
By conducting a thorough Gathering & Analysis of Requirements, software development teams can establish a clear understanding of what needs to be built, effectively communicate with stakeholders, and lay the groundwork for successful software development and delivery.
During this stage, a preliminary design is created for the software based on the requirements outlined in the previous stage. The system design identifies the necessary hardware and system requirements. It also assists in defining the overall structure of the software system, known as software architecture.
Developers write the code that brings the software design to life. It involves following coding best practices, utilizing version control, conducting testing, and leveraging modern development methodologies to create a functional and reliable software solution.
Is a critical phase where the software is systematically evaluated to identify defects, errors, or any deviations from the expected behavior. The primary goal of testing is to ensure the software meets the specified requirements, functions correctly, and delivers the intended value to the end-users.
Refers to the process of releasing the developed software into a live production environment, making it available for end-users to utilize. It involves the preparation, configuration, and installation of the software system to ensure its successful operation.