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Alphabetic List of All SDLC Phases

(Total = 14)


SDLC Phase Name SDLC Phase Abstract
Phase A: Engage This phase covers all activities that need to be performed in order to engage Information Technology (IT) teams for the purpose of delivering anything that must move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) process.
Phase B: Strategy This phase covers all key activities associated with developing strategy for any deliverable solutions, such as but not limited to, Systems, Applications, Software, and Hardware, which must all move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) in order to be delivered.
Phase C: Research and Solutions Options This phase covers all key activities associated with performing research, studies and/or evaluations for any deliverable solutions, such as but not limited to, Systems, Applications, Software, and Hardware, which must all move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) in order to be delivered.
Phase D: Planning This phase covers all key activities associated with performing planning work (e.g. Program Planning, Project Planning, and/or Roadmap development) for any deliverable solutions, such as but not limited to, Systems, Applications, Software, and Hardware, which must all move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) in order to be delivered.
Phase E: Requirements This phase covers all key activities associated with performing Requirements Management work (e.g. collection, prioritization, analysis, etc.) for any deliverable solutions, such as but not limited to, Systems, Applications, Software, and Hardware, which must all move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) in order to be delivered.
Phase F: Design This phase covers all key activities associated with performing Design work for any deliverable solutions, such as but not limited to, Systems, Applications, Software, and Hardware, which must all move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) in order to be delivered.
Phase G: Procure and Build in Workspaces This phase covers all key activities associated with performing Procurement and/or Building work (e.g. Software Coding) in Federated Workspace (WS) Environments for any deliverable solutions, such as but not limited to, Systems, Applications, Software, and Hardware, which must all move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) in order to be delivered.
Phase H: Common Build or Centralized Build This phase covers all key activities associated with performing Common Build or Centralized Build (BUILD) Environment work for any deliverable solutions, such as but not limited to, Systems, Applications, Software, and Hardware, which must all move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) in order to be delivered.
Phase I: Systems Integration Testing This phase covers all key activities associated with performing Systems Integration Testing (SIT) Environment work (a.k.a. Integration Testing (INTEG) work) for any deliverable solutions, such as but not limited to, Systems, Applications, Software, and Hardware, which must all move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) in order to be delivered.
Phase J: User Acceptance Testing This phase covers all key activities associated with performing User Acceptance Testing (UAT) Environment work for any deliverable solutions, such as but not limited to, Systems, Applications, Software, and Hardware, which must all move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) in order to be delivered.
Phase K: Training and Education This phase covers all key activities associated with performing Training and Education (TRAIN/EDU) Environment work for any deliverable solutions, such as but not limited to, Systems, Applications, Software, and Hardware, which must all move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) in order to be delivered.
Phase L: Production This phase covers all key activities associated with performing Production (PROD) Environment work for any deliverable solutions, such as but not limited to, Systems, Applications, Software, and Hardware, which must all move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) in order to be delivered.
Phase M: Disaster Recovery This phase covers all key activities associated with performing Disaster Recovery (DR) or Business Continuity work for any deliverable solutions, such as but not limited to, Systems, Applications, Software, and Hardware, which must all move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) in order to be delivered.
Phase N: Closing and Post Mortem This phase covers all key activities associated with the ending of a Project or Release for any deliverable solutions, such as but not limited to, Systems, Applications, Software, and Hardware, which must all move through the Systems Development Life Cycle (or Lifecycle) (i.e. the SDLC) in order to be delivered.
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