In a recent Web seminar “The Role of Databases in Agile Development,” Matt Aslett, research director for 451 Research, outlined the benefits of an agile approach, the issues of combining relational databases with agile practices and how agile can be a driver for alternative database practices.

Agile came about as a software development methodology, where teams work in sprints, using the framework of “code, test, deploy, review,” and constantly adapting as they go. This adaptive approach is the polar opposite of the traditional waterfall model, “requirements, design, code, test, deploy.” 

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