Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
A variety of SDLC models and methodologies exist. A one-size-fits-all does not exist; rather each have their strengths and weaknesses. RTI has proven experience in the most common SDLC methodologies (Agile, Iterative, Spiral, Waterfall and V-shaped), across a variety of program and product domains and host platforms (distributed, fixed, and mobile). We can choose the model that best suits your project and then then tailor that model to meet your specific requirements.
The Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is a continuous process, which starts at project launch and ends when the project is completed. The model utilized is a function of how well known requirements are prior to program execution, program complexity, and product type. The model chosen is also influenced by, and tailored to, the customer’s specific needs, taking cost, schedule, and performance into consideration.
RTI also has expertise in employing degrees of Developmental Operations (DevOps) [combining development with operations], providing Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) as a function of the customer’s culture, degree of holistic organizational direction, and chosen SDLC model(s).