Agile SDLC Model - Development Life Cycle

At NOTO Solutions, we ensure our clientele about the quality, coding standards and transparency at every iteration. And to manage them, we followed the Agile SDLC Model, which is a combination of traditional SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle) model and alternate agile model (module version).

Agile SDLC Model allows us to understand requirements deeply and get connected with the clients through iterative model. In this iterative model, each module contains a complete SDLC process to get accurate results or bug-free performance.

Agile Methodology refers to?

Agility simply refers to more accuracy, transparency and quality in terms of productivity in Software development industry and it uses an alternate way to traditional SDLC process which is known as Agile Methodology.
Agile methodology allows a developer to improve, accept challenges and understand the requirements, from the base, through a continual module working process. Where developers followed a complete process from planning to testing, and able to resolve errors, bugs or coding issues into a module, easily.

Agile SDLC Model

Agility allows us to break up a complete project into several modules and follow a continual iteration of development and testing process, which helps to enhance product performance. More than that, each module consists a complete development life cycle that includes:

Step by step Process @ Agile SDLC Model



Design & Coding

Go Live


  • Idealization: Conceptualizing

    At NOTO Solutions, we are highly focused on agility and our agility begins with the idealization of clients’ requirement. Our concept phase incorporates:

    • Conceptual understanding: As a beginning, we always try to gather all possible information regarding clients’ idea. This may consist possible hurdles, market concern, future expansion and basics as well.
    • Idea Expansion: After gathering all requirements, we moved to our next step, which consist resource arrangement. This phase helps to identify, if our resources are enough to initiate or we have to acquire something for expansion.
    • Optimum possibilities: We have understood the concept and even done a proper allocation as well, now we move towards further detailing, which consists optimum possibilities of that concept. In this step, we explore feasibility in terms of economical, technical, operational and political conditions.
  • Blueprint: Planning

    After calculating conceptual requirements, we initialize the process and begins with the Blueprint phase, which incorporates:

    • Initial Gatherings: To continue a project, first we gather all required updates about resources, team players, product feasibility, scope and obvious the cost occurs in planning and development.
    • Client interaction: To understand the basics and client requirements, we happily include a client into each phase of product development. It will help us to craft complete product as per client requirement and help a client to moderate anything @ any time.
    • Team Preparation: After preparing a process chart or project document, we initialize team preparation, where we add all essential resources including senior project managers to testers.
    • Initial Architectural Design: Now it’s time to confirm technology platform to initiate further stage of SDLC model. In this phase, we communicate with the teammates and clients as well, to identify which platform best suited the project.
    • Initialization and Estimation: We have finalized the platform, experts and collect all required resources, now we can initialize the process and estimate the project.
  • Design & Coding Structure: Crafting

    Through Pre-Planning & Planning phases, we have gathered all required resources such as experienced team players, detailed understanding of project and direct communication with end client. As a next iteration, we have design & development phase, where we begin the crafting process, which incorporates:

    • Initial collaboration: We initiate crafting process with collaborating other developers and project managers, which reduce risk in development and implementation of different methods.
    • Prioritized implementation: To make a bug-free functional project, we prioritized each sub-module to implement standard codes and to manage a coding hierarchy.
    • Code Structuring: Product finalization has done, resources collected and client’s feedbacks are already gathered along with prioritization, which encourage us to analyze and structured coding standards.
    • Quality Assurance: While crafting a final product as per client’s requirement, our agileexpert ensures the quality by implementing standard coding hierarchy, database schema and best suited user interface.
    • Continual updates: To make things work flawlessly, we used to provide crafted sub-modules to the colleagues or other collaborations, which assures about the performance.
    • Rapid Testing: From start to finish of a module or sub-module, we followed a multi-testing procedure, which ensures the working and enhance the performance. It allows us to upgrade coding at any time.
  • Go Live! – Releasing

    As a next step, our Agile SDLC model allows us to release beta version of the product, where customers can test product functionalities (customer can be end user or the colleagues). This will help us to improve functional issues and recover drawbacks from the iterations. Our “Go Live - Releasing” iteration incorporates:

    • Final Beta Testing: For more accuracy and performance, we allow beta testing at client side to get better results in terms of user satisfaction.
    • Beta Module Release: After acceptance testing, we release a beta module for the users to get reviews and feedbacks from their side and improve functionalities.
    • Client-side Feedbacks & Defect Report Generation: Through beta release, we collect client-side feedbacks and generate defect reports. Although each and every defect isn’t possible to resolve, but this help us to resolve several from the report and get a better product.
    • Modification & Release: Agile SDLC model allows our developers to recheck product iterations and modify their functionalities as per client’s feedbacks and release again to get more.
  • Handover - Wrapping

    Final wrapping comes next in the Agile SDLC model, where we wrap the process, handover the final product to the client, ended the development support and move forward with newer opportunities. Our Agile model’s handover iteration incorporates:

    • Replace previous versions: As a final release, Handover iteration allows us to replace previous versions of the product, which aren’t as accurate as the final release.
    • Pack-up development support: Final pack-up of development and release ended up the development-support, which means we had done with the development and released final product as accepted by the client.
    • Wrap agility and move forward: With the acceptance and wrapping, we also wrap our agile features for the product or that module and move forward with next opportunities with a new team or similar.
    • Modification & Release: Agile SDLC model allows our developers to recheck product iterations and modify their functionalities as per client’s feedbacks and release again to get more.