What are the phases of application lifecycle?

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For application lifecycle is the superset of SDLC - what is the complete cycle phases?
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  • TheRealRaven
    An Internet search for [application lifecycle is the superset of SDLC] provides numerous descriptions and would have provided answers much quicker. However, it's not clear what you are asking.

    For SDLC alone, the "complete cycle phases" can include many phases. My first training in it covered three large 3-ring binders that detailed every known alternative step in the process ("known" by that multi-billion dollar, multi-national corporation). A "complete" SDLC is likely to be applicable mostly only to the large organization that uses it as a standard process, and different organizations may cover different paths.

    Then Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) generally includes a form of SDLC as just one part of its "complete" cycle.

    Please clarify what you mean by "complete".
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Assuming you are in a learning process. This is basically software related question. For your question, this may help: https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/zosbasics/com.ibm.zos.zappldev/zappldev_11.htm

    But this is not enough, providing just a quick reference. You have to read your study materials and gather solid knowledge for your future career. Providing here a name of a book, you can buy it, 'The Ultimate Guide to the SDLC', by Victor M Font Jr.

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  • ToddN2000
    I agree with Raven there really is not a one size fits all for a "complete" cycle phase..it can vary by company I worked for companies that had sales of 400 mill to 130 billion. I have also worked for companies that did not follow any set rules either, Is there a specific aspect you are looking into? 

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