Agile Process Model And Its Practices

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Agile Process Model and Its Practices in Software processes Ravindranath Thiyaagura, Varun Krishna Mareedu University of Houston Clear Lake thiyaagurar9312@uhcl.edu, mareeduv0326@uhcl.edu. Abstract—Our objective is to investigate on the agile models and their practices in the software technologies. Agile software methodologies are being widely accepted these days. In this paper we look at methodologies that promote agility. The study contains the quantitative analysis of the agile methodologies in practice and the benefits at present industry. In this paper we deal with What are the software practices that can be considered agile into the context of approaches to develop software? Index Terms: Dynamic System Development Method…show more content…
Developing organizations are looking for quick and dexterous method for advancement went with plug and play engineering practices to diminish the risks, resource utilization and deliver quality product. II. AGILE METHODOLOGIES During the last few years the adoption of agile methodologies in software development [1], [2], [3] has been increased. The most popular agile methodologies in practice are eXtreme Programming (XP), Scrum Development Process, Crystal Methodologies (CM), Dynamic System Development Method (DSDM), Lean, Kanban, Feature-Driven Development (FDD) [4], [5], [6], [7], [8], [9]. All these methods came into existence to tackle the obstacles in the software project like change in requirements, customer satisfaction, communication with client for good quality product and to support interactions [1], [6], [11]. Agile methodologies are viewed as the set of practices and techniques which have particular standards and values. These share the combined properties of both iterative and incremental development process which tackles requirement changes quickly to satisfy the customer for good quality products. Agile methods have four values: individuals and interactions over processes and tools, working software over comprehensive documentation, Fig1: Agile Methodologies [10] customer collaboration over contract
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