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Software Development

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software development

Software Development is a set of tasks involves planning, creating, installing, and supporting software. At IT Ignite, we covers all dimensions of software development.

For development it includes tools, methodologies, and techniques essential to create software. At IT Ignite, we use Agile, DevOps, CMMI-Dev and PMI tools, and methodologies for Software Development.

Agile

At IT Ignite, we use agile software development method. Our developers break tasks into small increments with least planning and do not directly cover long-term planning. Iterations are short time frames that normally last from one to four weeks. Every iteration involves a cross-functional team working in all phases: planning, requirements/analysis, design, coding and testing. Lastly working product is demonstrated to stakeholders. This lessens overall risk and permits the project to acclimate to changes quickly.

DevOps

In general, DevOps fills the hole between development, quality assurance, and IT operations. Through DevOps practices, IT Ignite promotes communication and collaboration among these various teams. The DevOps Engineers are truly renaissance people of cloud infrastructure IT services. It is usually hard to acknowledge this role because the DevOps Engineer is the outcome of a dynamic workforce that has not yet

CMMI-Dev

In IT Ignite with the CMMI-DEV model, we provide an opportunity to eliminate barriers that help organizations improve their processes. CMMI for Development includes best practices that approach development projects involved in products and services. CMMI-DEV provides a complete unified set of instructions for developing products and services.

PMI

Project management exercises are important, some of the exercises are primary and answer important basic questions such as:

  • What are we going to do?
  • What will we have when it is done?
  • What will it cost, and how long will it go?
  • Who is going to do the work?
  • Who is empowered to make decisions that change the consequence?

Many projects may have improved outcomes if all of the project’s stakeholders have identical answers for all of these questions. Almost all successful IT Ignite teams use key project management practices to keep stakeholders synchronized on these important topics.

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