At Cybermax Solutions we recognize the significance of development methodology on the success of the project undertaken. Given that each project has its own unique set of parameters based on client requirements, time and resource allocation, budget, it becomes incumbent on us to select the appropriate model for your project.
The waterfall methodology or traditional methodology is a linear software development process flowing steadily downwards through the stages of conception, initiation, analysis, design, construction, testing, production, and maintenance.
Here we can concentrate purely on the development process and product quality, without wasting time on secondary organizational activities.
We use this when it comes to the development of lightweight projects with clear and stable requirements.
For example, a small application that needs as little as 100 hours for implementation and clear-cut instructions as for how to do it.
Iterative waterfall model can be thought of as incorporating the necessary changes to the classical waterfall model to make it usable in practical software development projects. It is basically the classical waterfall model with changes made to increase the efficiency of the software development.
We employ iterative models in many of the web development projects alongside other development methodologies. This enables us to make production releases in a swifter fashion.
The teams are isolated across geographies. In many cases, the onsite teams are follow the Scrum and the offshore teams follow the traditional waterfall model.
The work is partitioned across cross-functional, isolated Scrum Teams by eliminating dependencies between the teams. The teams are interlinked by Scrum of Scrums where Scrum Masters from the isolated team meet regularly to exchange the updates of their Scrum Teams
Scrum teams are cross- functional with members distributed across geographies