Understanding the ALM Process
Application lifecycle management (ALM) is an agile methodology through which the process of software development, testing and maintenance is recorded and controlled. Unlike more traditional software development processes, ALM includes continuous management of an application from inception through retirement.
The ALM process involves:
- Requirements definition and design
- Development and testing
Though these phases occur in all software projects regardless of methodology, with ALM the difference is in the ways these tasks are approached. ALM introduces a governance system designed to ensure that software development meets business needs as part of the enterprise's total technology strategy.
Learn more about the ALM process and about Zephyr, the test management solution for ALM, by downloading the FREE Buyer's Guide. Just click on the image at the right.