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Agile and ITIL

 
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In the company where I work as a CMS developer I always see ITIL courses and practices mentioned. As the objective of Agile and ITIL seams to be very similar, could you suggest what the difference is between ITIL and Agile and what is best and for what???
 
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Who's using ITIL in your organization? I think our operations and support people are building practices based on ITIL but I haven't heard anything about it in application development.
 
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