Application Lifecycle Management Software Fundamentals

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  • product lifecycle

    The product lifecycle is the collective stages that a product goes through from its conception and design through to its ultimate disposal. The lifecycle stages are generally categorized as beginning-of-life (BOL), middle-of-life (MOL) and end-of-lif... 

  • water-Scrum-fall

    Water-Scrum-fall is a hybrid approach to application lifecycle management that combines waterfall and Scrum development methodologies. 

  • application lifecycle management (ALM)

    Application lifecycle management (ALM) is the supervision of a software application from its initial planning through retirement. It also refers to how changes to an application are documented and tracked. 

About Application Lifecycle Management Software Fundamentals

Application lifecycle management (ALM) fundamentals cover best practices in the software industry for all phases of the software development lifecycle (SDLC). Regardless of SDLC methodology used, whether traditional waterfall, agile, or a combined approach, a project's success or failure can be dependent on the team's familiarity with ALM fundamentals and adherence to software development processes such as requirements, design, development, test, release, and maintenance. Knowing ALM fundamentals will provide the necessary skills to ensure a high quality software development project.