SAFe®, for Scaled Agile Framework, is a knowledge base of proven and integrated practices for Lean, Agile and DevOps at enterprise scale. Indeed, as agile teams become mature and grew, they became challenged in monitoring larger programs which combine multiple related projects. The Scaled Agile Framework serves the business imperative of making organizations more agile in responding to digital disruption.
Nowadays’ complex products increasingly require the integration of hardware and software development processes. This makes ALM-PLM coherence one of the hot topics of industrial companies. Coordinating the processes involved in product development makes necessary the need of Application and Product Lifecycle Management software solutions synergies.
The promise behind agile approaches is to provide greater value within shorter time frames. In other words, to increase ROI by delivering the most important things first, those that bring the most value. But the value is only delivered when it is in production, when it is in the hands of actual users. This is why it is important to connect the “development” team with the “deployment” IT team.
As developers we all know that reviewing code is a beneficial and necessary process. Remember: Code review can help make your entire team more efficient, your software more maintainable (and maintenance is 70% of the cost of software), and your job more rewarding! At least in theory! In practice, nobody really wants to review code—a task perceived as tedious and time consuming.
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IBM to acquire Red Hat for $34 billion. This deal is the biggest Linux and open-source acquisition ever. Recent news as the acquisition of RedHat by IBM shows once more time that "Open source is the default choice for modern IT solutions [ ...]." as says Jim Whitehurst, Red Hat's...