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What is SDLC

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is a software development process used by the software companies to design, develop, test and deploy quality softwares. SDLC aims to produce high-quality software which meets or exceeds customer expectations and the process completion in pre-defined time and estimated cost.

SDLC consists of a detailed plan describing how to design, develop, maintain, and enhance a software. The life cycle defines different methods for software development process and improving the quality of software. The few advantages of SDLC are project planning, scheduling, estimating, project tracking and control, increase the development speed, project management and provide the visibility of development process for clients.

The different phases of SDLC are,
Phase 1: Planning and Requirement Analysis
Phase 2: Defining the Requirements
Phase 3: Designing the software architecture
Phase 4: Building the software
Phase 5: Testing the software
Phase 6: Installation/Deployment of the software and
Phase 7: Maintaining the software

Popular SDLC Models are -
Waterfall Model
Iterative and Incremental Model
V-Model
Agile Model
Spiral Model and 
Big Bang Model

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