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AGILE and Red Hat


An introduction to Red Hat's Agile Practice

An introduction to Red Hat's Agile Practice

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  • 1. Agile An Introduction To Red Hat Consulting’s Agile Practice
  • 2. Construction If Real Estate Developers Employed The Same Practices As Software Developers, Manhattan Island Would Remain Incomplete
  • 3. waste According to analysts, global IT spending in 2010 was approximately $10 trillion. But nearly 70% of IT projects fail, and nearly 50% of IT work is unplanned work or rework. If we conservatively estimate that 20% of IT work is wasted, that’s $2 trillion of value each year that we’re letting slip through our fingers. Source: Gene Kim - IT Revolution Manifesto
  • 4. Empirical Henry L. Gantt, a management consultant Defined the “Gantt Chart” in 1910
  • 5. inspection Regular Inspection Of The Work Product Is The Pinnacle Means Of Measuring Progress
  • 6. iterative Iterative Development Is Required To Reduce Risk and Adapt To Change
  • 7. Productivity Productivity Requires Motivated and Empowered Teams
  • 8. collaboration Mutual Accountability Is Required For Effective Teams
  • 9. transparency Automated Tests and Life-Cycle Management Provide The Means To Report and Measure Progress
  • 10. Change Keeping Pace With Change Requires Disciplined Process Control
  • 11. innovation Innovation Requires Experimentation
  • 12. risk Risk Must Be Managed Through Ongoing Tests Involving Stakeholder Review Of Work Product
  • 13. improvement Continuous Improvement Requires Customer-Driven Design
  • 14. Done Customer Delight Is The True Definition Of Done
  • 15. Red Hat Red Hat Consulting’s Mission Is To Enable Our Client Company’s Effective Use Of Red Hat Software Through Agile We… Increase speed to market, Sustain high quality, Reduce risk, & Embrace change, at an ever - increasing pace
  • 16. Red Hat •  Agile Adoption Workshops and Coaching •  Project Audits and Score-carding •  Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) •  DevOps – Continuous Integration/ Continuous Delivery •  Cloudsourcing – Enabling Hybrid Onshore/ Offshore Teams