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.. . An integrated system demo I I UI 11 11 1 Happens after the teams' demo (may lag by as much as one Iteration, maximum) Demo from the staging environment, or the nearest proxy Full system '5<''.,to,() o-?r :----- SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 5-57
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New system increment every two weeks Every two weeks, teams evaluate the status of the new, integrated system increment. Features are functionally complete or 'toggled' so as not to disrupt demonstrable functionality New Features work together, and with existing functionality Architectural Runway work in process is scaffolded and toggled System is continually verified via Story and Feature acceptance tests All practical NFR testing is done continuously ,' ,,------- --------- -- f---------- -------- , ,,' System Increment (:===== ====?1 1 Team: : : Increment : I I SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-58
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Separate deploy from release Separate deploy to production from release Hide all new functionality under feature toggles Enables testing background and foreground processes in the actual production environment before exposing new functionality to users Deploy Release SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. -- 5-59 Create your DevOps culture with a CALMR approach SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 5-60
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Connect actions to Continuous Delivery Pipeline - One group selects Continuous Integration - One group selects Continuous Deployment - One group selects DevOps Using the articles in the workbook, create a poster of actions you can take as a PO/PM to increase these capabilities within your enterprise PREPARE SHARE SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-61 Iteration Retrospective At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to become more effective, then tunes and adjusts its behavior accordingly. -Agile Manifesto 1 hour or less Pick 1 - 2 things that can be done better, target for next Iteration Enter improvement items into the Team Backlog SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-62
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Timebox: 3 - 4 hours per Pl I --!l- "'?-1'4-9=s;::+- The Innovation and Planning (IP) Iteration Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday - Pl planning Business context Planning adjustments Product I solution vision . . T earn breakouts Architecture vision and development practices Final plan review and lunch Planning requirements and lunch Program risks Inspect and Pl confidence vote adapt workshop Team breakouts Draft plan review Plan rework if necessary - Management review and problem-solving Planning retrospective and moving forward SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 5-63 Inspect and Adapt Three parts: The Pl System Demo Quantitative measurement The problem-solving workshop Attendees: Teams and stakeholders SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 5-64 100 © Scaled Agile, Inc.
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5.5 Release on Demand SCALED AGILE . - . · .. Map out your program events on a calendar, and socialize with another team Think about the PO and PM roles, and place the program events in the column in which that role would add the most value for them to attend/participate Prepare to share with the class SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc PREPARE SHARE 5-65 101 © Scaled Agile, Inc.
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SAFe Definition of Done Team IncrementSystem Increment Solution I ncrement Release Acceptance tests passed (automated where practical) Unit and component tests coded , passed , and included in the BVT Cumulative unit tests passed Assets are under version control
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