Agile Model is the software development model in which development and testing process carries on simultaneously. In this model, both development related processes and testing related processes are parallel. This model provides the facility of more interaction between development team, testing team and end-users.
V-Model is the software development model in which testing takes place once the development process is fully complete or almost complete. In V-Model development and testing process are kept quite separate. It is not as reliable as Agile Model.
Difference between Agile Model and V-Model:
|It is software development model in which development and testing are concurrent.||It is also software development model but development and testing are not concurrent.|
|It consists of different sprints.||It has two phases Verification and Validation.|
|Testing is easy as compared to V-model.||Testing is hard as compared to Agile model.|
|It consists of total five phases.||It consists of five verification and five validation phases.|
|Communication is easy between end users, development team and testing team.||Development team and testing team don’t interact much with end users.|
|Developers ans testers are dependent on each other.||Developers and testers are independent.|
|It is iterative.||It is not iterative.|
|It is incremental.||It is not incremental.|
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