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Life Cycle

The Seven Phases Of SDLC

sdlc phases

1.Planning

The planning phase involves aspects of project and product management. This may include:

  • tick Resource allocation (both human and materials)
  • tick Capacity planning
  • tick Project scheduling
  • tick Cost estimation
  • tick Provisioning

The outputs of the planning phase include: project plans, schedules, cost estimations, and procurement requirements. Ideally, Project Managers and Development staff collaborate with Operations and Security teams to ensure all perspectives are represented.

2.Requirements

The planning phase involves aspects of project and product management. This may include:

The outputs of the planning phase include: project plans, schedules, cost estimations, and procurement requirements. Ideally, Project Managers and Development staff collaborate with Operations and Security teams to ensure all perspectives are represented.

3.Design and Prototyping

The planning phase involves aspects of project and product management. This may include:

The outputs of the planning phase include: project plans, schedules, cost estimations, and procurement requirements. Ideally, Project Managers and Development staff collaborate with Operations and Security teams to ensure all perspectives are represented.

4.Software Development

The planning phase involves aspects of project and product management. This may include:

The outputs of the planning phase include: project plans, schedules, cost estimations, and procurement requirements. Ideally, Project Managers and Development staff collaborate with Operations and Security teams to ensure all perspectives are represented.

5. Testing

The planning phase involves aspects of project and product management. This may include:

The outputs of the planning phase include: project plans, schedules, cost estimations, and procurement requirements. Ideally, Project Managers and Development staff collaborate with Operations and Security teams to ensure all perspectives are represented.

6. Deployment

The planning phase involves aspects of project and product management. This may include:

The outputs of the planning phase include: project plans, schedules, cost estimations, and procurement requirements. Ideally, Project Managers and Development staff collaborate with Operations and Security teams to ensure all perspectives are represented.

7. Operations and Maintenance

The planning phase involves aspects of project and product management. This may include:

The outputs of the planning phase include: project plans, schedules, cost estimations, and procurement requirements. Ideally, Project Managers and Development staff collaborate with Operations and Security teams to ensure all perspectives are represented.