What Is Agile? Secondary Title
Agile is a software development philosophy that encourages the team to release the solution in increments throughout the project instead of delivering the solution all in one release at the end of the project.
Software projects are resource-intensive operations that can take a long time to execute from beginning to end. Traditional waterfall methodology requires the customer to wait until the project fully executes before they can see any results from the project they are funding.
This long wait introduces a number of challenges that agile is meant to help overcome.