developed in incremental, rapid cycles. This results in small incremental releases with each release building on previous functionality. Each release is thoroughlytestedto ensuresoftware qualityis maintained. It is used for time critical applications.Agile SDLC methodology is based on collaborative decision making between requirements and solutions teams, and a cyclical, iterative progression of producing working software. Work is done in regularly iterated cycles, known as sprints, that usually last two to four weeks. For each iteration, engages a cross-functional group of developers functioning concurrently on various areas of product development such as: Planning Requirements, Analysis, Design, Development, Unit Testing, Deployment. Every two weeks we have sprint for two hours. Every sprint includes: 1. Sprint Planning Meeting (Requirement Analysis)–– This is where hired team members including project manager, Business Analysis, Tech lead, Developer and Testers meet up with product owner to overview the first sprint of the application requirements and determine its objective .This meeting determines what the goalsare for that sprint.2.Daily Standupalso known asdaily scrum––– Daily scrums enable team members to ensure the right things are being worked on by the right people at the right time. Every morning of the sprint the project team gets together for a short daily standup meeting (under 15 minute). This meeting takes place at the same time every day and includes everyone on the project. Everyone stands up for the meeting to keep everyone focused and to keep the meeting short. Often a timer is set so that the meeting does not run long. Each person on the team is tasked to answer 3 simple questions:A. What did I do yesterday to help achieve the sprint goal?