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Engineering standards followed NFRs met No must-fix defects Stories accepted by Product Owner integrated Completed features meet acceptance criteria NFRs met No must-fix defects Verification and validation of key scenarios Included in build definition and deployment process Increment demonstrated , feedback achieved Accepted by Product Management criteria Deployed/installed in the staging environment NFRs met System end-to-end integration , verification , and validation done No must-fix defects Included in bu i ld definition and deploymenUtransition process Documentation updated Solution demonstrated , feedback achieved Accepted by Solution Management End-to-end integration and solution V&V done Regression testing done NFRs met No must - fix defects Release documentation complete All standards met Approved by Solution and Release Management © Scaled Agile ,In c. SCALED AGIL B " ©Scaled Agile, Inc. 5-67 Stories satisfy Stories completed by all Capabilities completed by all All capabilities done and acceptance criteria teams in the ART and trains and meet acceptance meet acceptance criteria Release on Demand Continuous Delivery Pipeline . ...... · > · . ........ A .. ·• • • • • • • · "'(' ·• • • • • • · > · ........ . . . . . ...... • • .......... .. . . J ... . • • • • ......... • • • • • • • . < · ....... • • • Continuous Continuous Continuous Exploration Integration Deployment Release on Demand For more on the Continuous Delivery Pipeline, watch the "Introduction to Continuous Delivery Pipeline" video on the SAFe Community Platform SCALED AGIL B " ©Scaled Agile. Inc 5-68 [ J
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Your Release on Demand strategies: What can you do to evolve your Definition of Done? What can you do better to architect the system for incremental release? What might you change in the future? PREPARE SHARE SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-69 Summarize key learnings and insights from this lesson in your workbook. Share with your table DURATION SCALED AGILE f ©Scaled Agile, Inc 5-70
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