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Anatomy of the Agile Enterprise

White Paper Published By: HP
Published:  Jun 05, 2015
Type:  White Paper
Length:  16 pages

The goal of Agile software development is to achieve high predictability and quality by knowing the status of your projects at any point in time. It works by constraining key variables:
• Time: Development is done in sprints, which are short, equal-length periods of development, so you always know when a sprint starts and ends.
• Costs: You can create your teams up front and constantly monitor their capacity, so you can control total project costs and avoid over-committing and exhausting the team.
• Quality: Agile software development incorporates unit testing, an essential part of coding. Code without unit tests is not production code, and this is embodied in the definition of “Done” for each deliverable.

However, by maintaining a backlog of work that is constantly groomed and re-prioritized, we ensure that the features that are most valuable to the customer are always developed and delivered first. Teams deliver working software frequently, so they can commit to releasing on a particular date and avoid over-committing themselves; however, all content the team does deliver is production quality.

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