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Title

Evolving a New Model (SDLC Model-2010) for Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

Author

PKRagunath, S.Velmourougan, P. Davachelvan ,S.Kayalvizhi, R.Ravimohan

Citation

Vol. 10  No. 1  pp. 112-119

Abstract

Structured project management techniques (such as an SDLC) enhance management’s control over projects by dividing complex tasks into manageable sections. A software life cycle model is either a descriptive or prescriptive characterization of how software is or should be developed. But none of the SDLC models discuss the key issues like Change management, Incident management and Release management processes within the SDLC process, but, it is addressed in the overall project management. In the proposed hypothetical model, the concept of user-developer interaction in the conventional SDLC model has been converted into a three dimensional model which comprises of the user, owner and the developer. In the proposed hypothetical model, the concept of user-developer interaction in the conventional SDLC model has been converted into a three dimensional model which comprises of the user, owner and the developer. The “one size fits all” approach to applying SDLC methodologies is no longer appropriate. We have made an attempt to address the above mentioned defects by using a new hypothetical model for SDLC described elsewhere. The drawback of addressing these management processes under the overall project management is missing of key technical issues pertaining to software development process that is, these issues are talked in the project management at the surface level but not at the ground level.

Keywords

Sofware Development ,SDLC Model-2010, Project Management, SDLC models, SDLC Phases

URL

http://paper.ijcsns.org/07_book/201001/20100115.pdf