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Agile Release Management

Duration: 1 Day
Course Price: $580

Continuous delivery of business-valued products at the earliest opportunity is a principle of Agile development and implies radical change to release management practices. In this training course, you learn how to become an effective Agile release manager by overcoming long deployment tails, external dependencies, fixed release date constraints, and other impediments.

You Will Learn How To
Apply the “Definition of Done” to ensure quality standards
Make judgments about when to release product increments
Utilize minimal marketable features to manage risk and maximize feedback
Coordinate product backlogs with fixed release dates
Organize an Agile Release Train (ART) across multiple development teams


Hands-On Experience:
Crafting the Definition of Done
Sizing stories for development
Managing risk for Sprint Reviews and releases with minimal features and feature sets
Choosing features for a fixed-date release
Running an Agile Release Train

Continuous delivery of business-valued products at the earliest opportunity is a principle of Agile development and implies radical change to release management practices. In this training course, you learn how to become an effective Agile release manager by overcoming long deployment tails, external dependencies, fixed release date constraints, and other impediments.

You Will Learn How To
Apply the “Definition of Done” to ensure quality standards
Make judgments about when to release product increments
Utilize minimal marketable features to manage risk and maximize feedback
Coordinate product backlogs with fixed release dates
Organize an Agile Release Train (ART) across multiple development teams


Hands-On Experience:
Crafting the Definition of Done
Sizing stories for development
Managing risk for Sprint Reviews and releases with minimal features and feature sets
Choosing features for a fixed-date release
Running an Agile Release Train

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