10 Elements to Look for to Identify Agile Enterprise Integration Software
Agile can mean a lot of things to a lot of people. Luckily, contributor InformIT just added a book excerpt that can help you gain a gestalt understanding of the agile software requirements model.
The excerpt from Dean Leffingwell's book, entitled "The Big Picture of Agile Requirements," presents a summary of the lean, scalable development process. It explores top-level organizational and process-oriented elements of the model, including the:
- Team level, describing various configurations of members, from just a few teams to groups of collaborating teams called "pods"
- Program level, describing how multiple teams work together synchronously to create functionality releases
- Portfolio level, describing the mix of investment themes that are used to drive the investment priorities for the enterprise
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