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Analysis of the system development life cycle (SDLC) and why to use it?
The definition of system development life cycle is required for ascertaining the strategy to cause development in a system. It has various phases which are very important for the overall development, namely – feasibility study, analysis, design, development and maintenance. Of these five, feasibility study and analysis can be skipped for most common scenarios already covered by the IT company in their past projects but other than them design, development and maintenance are the core parts for any project and they take maximum amount of time, money and any other resources in various works. It is very essential to describe the stages which can be defined in a cyclic process. The stages totally are dependent on the quantity of the changes that have occurred until the task has finished.
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