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LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2
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    • 1. LUXproject Functionality Overview R12.2 Luxoft 23 December 2012
    • 2. What exactly is LUXproject?  LUXproject is a distributed web-based project management system created on the basis of specific commercial and non-commercial modules developed by third-party vendors and open- source communities (Atlassian JIRA/GreenHopper, Atlassian Confluence, Atlassian FishEye, Subversion/Perforce, Cruise Control, WebDav etc.) as well as Luxoft modules.  The System provides users with a friendly, multi-purpose environment for implementing key project tasks and ensuring communications.  The main LUXproject users are project executors as well as the Customer. LUXproject supports role access, i.e. each project team member depending on his/her project role has certain access permissions to the System functional.  LUXproject management mechanisms as well as availability of project artifacts at any time and from any geographic location allow company management to arrange transparent project management and always have current and reliable information.  Currently, LUXproject allows to choose one of several methodologies for software development and maintenance projects, deploy Service Desk.January 9, 2013 2
    • 3. LUXproject is all you need for  Release/Iteration/Milestone scope planning and management  Task management  Risk management  Communication management  Metric gathering and statistic analysis  Requirement gathering and management  Requirements classification  Requirement status management  Requirement test coverage management  Change management  Test specification creation and management  Defect Management  Continuous Integration  Version and non-version storage of project artifacts  Project knowledge base  Global search  Flexible project reportingJanuary 9, 2013 3
    • 4. Components and Architecture Telecom Energy Technology X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X XJanuary 9, 2013 4
    • 5. Supported Platforms  LUXproject supports 64bit operation systems, which ensures high performance and stability  Linux Fedora core 12 i386 is recommended to be used for the LUXproject server deployment. The server can also be used under Windows, Solaris  As there’s no thick client, LUXproject users can work with the System in any operation system  Operation is guaranteed in browsers – Internet Explorer 8.x – FireFox 3.x  The System works in browsers – Chrome – SafariJanuary 9, 2013 5
    • 6. Key Components of the Third Parties  JIRA 5.1.4  GreenHopper 6.0.6  Confluence 4.2.x  FishEye 2.2.х  SVN 1.6.5  Cruise Control 2.8.3  Crucible 2.2.1January 9, 2013 6
    • 7. Role Access Flexible security policies for accessing LUXproect Project Manager Access to LUXproject for all Customer project stakeholders, both the Analysts project team and the customer team Access to LUXproject from all geographic points where Internet is available Support team Developers team Testing team 7
    • 8. Project Template Concept1  Project template predefines a set of role settings, access permissions, information objects (including their attributes and workflow models), functional system modules, screens, reports, version control system, document templates and portal structure in compliance with a certain development methodology and the Customer requirements.January 9, 2013 8
    • 9. Project Template Concept2 The advantages of a project template:  Opportunity to choose a configured management environment with all required components by one mouse-click  Best practices from previous projects involvement  Capability of tailoring project templates in accordance with particular project needs  Capability of saving tailored templates for future projects LUXproject includes several project templates:  Project template for a traditional project which is based on RUP model with waterfall/iteration lifecycle (CMMI requirements support)  Agile/SCRUM project template  Support/Service Desk project templateJanuary 9, 2013 9
    • 10. Benefits for Customer  Capability of profound project team involvement to facilitate higher manageability needed to meet ever-changing priorities and business goals  Real- time access to project data from any geographic location, if Internet is available  Transparent lifecycle – from business requirements to system ones, from system requirements through tasks to source code, requirement links to test cases and defects  Visual representation of the reported data: flexible and easy visualization of product builds, project team data, and reports  Customization of project environment to meet the Customer requirements  Heightened project securityJanuary 9, 2013 10
    • 11. Program/PMO Report  Representation of progress in terms of project milestones as well as releases  Project statuses through color indication and % of completion  Direct links to the key project milestones and releases  Support of multi-release projects  Export to ExcelJanuary 9, 2013 11
    • 12. PMO/Program Dashboard for Agile Projects  Representation of progress of LP-managed and manual Agile- projects: – Project progress through color indication in terms of resolved issues – Correlation of created issues to resolved ones  Direct links to home pages of LP-managed projects and to iteration data manual input forms of manual projects  Capability to view project status charts showing the dynamics of project success parametersJanuary 9, 2013 12
    • 13. Benefits for Project Manager  Access to project data from any geographic location, if Internet is available  Project data are represented in real-time mode  Project activities planning and managing (via milestones/releases)  Resource & Time Management: on-the-fly statistics for tracking the timeline of tasks in several projects simultaneously  Ability to create tasks via email messages  Risk management  Release/build management  Generate Roadmap, Release Notes  Control Build status  Ability to keep project mail within the System and make references to it  Ability to archive completed projects and activate them back if needed  Ability to customize a project to your needs and add new functions by yourselfJanuary 9, 2013 13
    • 14. Unique Reports Creation  LUXproject allows project members to create unique reports according to their needs  When creating reports you can use requests with specific fields of the System entities, which greatly extends standard Jira functionalJanuary 9, 2013 14
    • 15. Milestone Management  From the Milestones screen Project Manager can: – Control statuses of project milestones – View tasks related to milestones – Navigate to View Issue Details screen of each task included in a milestone – Create new milestones and link them to tasks and other system entities  Project milestones and tasks can be synchronized with Microsoft ProjectJanuary 9, 2013 15
    • 16. Task Management  Project planning and control: create tasks, assign them and IT value chain monitor their statuses  Representation of different task statuses and tasks by status graphic statistics  Monitoring task deadlines  Auto-notification subsystem and events calendarJanuary 9, 2013 16
    • 17. Task Creation via Email  Project Manager can create tasks in LUXproject by sending a task description email with project address specified in СС – The task will be assigned to the email addressee automatically – The task name will be created on the basis of the email subject – The task description will be created on the basis of the email body – Email attachment will also be included in the task in LUXproject  Upon receipt of such email, the Assignee can log in LUXproject and start working with the task – change its status, comment on it, add artifacts as soon as they are createdJanuary 9, 2013 17
    • 18. MS Project Integration  Bidirectional data exchange between MS Project and LUXproject (Jira) via plugin THE-Connector (plugin should be installed at the user’s working place) – Downloading planned tasks and milestones from MS Project to Jira – Importing tasks from Jira to MS Project – Synchronizing status and time informationJanuary 9, 2013 18
    • 19. Workplan Plugin  Capability to set work start date, utilization % of a user, and work estimate  Capability to view the workload of: – a user IND – users within a certain US UT GY project T ION O RY EV NOL – a specific JIRA group E VO CH OL – users of a specific LU TE resource project in all TIO projects N  Capability toCOMPANY plan resources and EVOLUTION activities for futureJanuary 9, 2013 19
    • 20. Risk Management  Log of risks for their estimation and description  Automatic calculation of the next date of risk monitoring  Different status tables IND (triggered, active risks, US UT GY closed risks) and T ION O RY EV NOL graphic statistics E VO diagram. CH OL LU TE  Links between risks and TIO project artifacts N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 20
    • 21. Project Events Report  Report on the events registered in all System components  Filter for: – Who? – When? IND – In which US project? UT GY T ION O  Filter for project RY EV NOL E events: VO CH OL – Project item LU TE TIO updates (tasks, risks, N requirements, defects etc.) COMPANY – File updates EVOLUTION – Page updates – BuildsJanuary 9, 2013 21
    • 22. Benefits for Analyst  Centralized requirements repository  Easy to use tool to manage requirements - assign, review, approve, control the requirements online  Ability to notify all project teams about changes in requirements  Requirements traceability: from business requirements to functional requirements, from requirements through tasks to source code and defects IND  Ability to review requirements US UT GY T  Graphic representation of requirements statistics ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 22
    • 23. Requirements Management1  Requirements gathering and management: their creation, assignment, control  Requirements grouping by statuses and graphic representation of status statistics  Requirements Traceability IND US  Automatic tracking of changes UT GY T ION O RY in linked requirements EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 23
    • 24. Requirements Management2  Requirements list can be displayed as a tree structure  Requirement description can be represented as a wiki- page IND  Requirements and US UT GY change requests can T ION O RY EV NOL be created and E VO managed via Jira CH OL LU TE +WIKI or Jira + SVN TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 24
    • 25. Requirements Traceability – Matrix  Ability to link requirements to other dependent artifacts of this as well as a related project  Visualization of dependencies and their types IND  Links Coverage Matrix US UT GY allows to visualize T ION O RY EV NOL requirements coverage E VO by other artifacts such as CH OL LU TE test cases TIO  Identification of N suspected dependencies to define which COMPANY EVOLUTION requirements need to be reviewed and confirmed to relevant  Color indication of dependency typesJanuary 9, 2013 25
    • 26. Benefits for Developers  It’s obvious which tasks are to be performed and when it should be done  All documents and requirements needed to perform a task are linked to the assigned task  Extended functional for release/build management  Build management in Cruise Control right from LUXproject interface  Build reports in real-time mode IND  Ability to work with version control repository without installing a specific client US UT GY T ION O  RY Ability to link source code with tasks and defects from Jira EV NOL E VO  CH Ability to share experience or find the needed answer in the project knowledge base OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 26
    • 27. Release Management  Creation of release and build entities, linking project activities to them  Support of hierarchic structure of releases and builds IND  Attributes of important US UT GY T life cycle dates of ION O RY EV NOL releases and builds E VO CH OL  Control of release and LU TE TIO build implementation N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 27
    • 28. Build Management  Setting up Continuous Integration parameters (Continuous integration - Cruise Control)  Build status online  Results of automatic unit tests IND  Errors/Warnings US UT GY T ION O RY  Ability to download EV NOL E delivery package VO CH OL LU  Build/Release notes TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 28
    • 29. Source Code Management  Web-access to the project version control repository via FishEye  Flexible filter settings  Changelog (including a mechanism for comparing differences) IND  Diagram of code size US UT GY T ION O variation RY EV NOL E  Content Search by VO CH OL LU directories, commit TE TIO comments, files, file N names COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 29
    • 30. Code Review  Capability to arrange code review: – create review card – select source code files for review – define review participants and due IND dates US UT GY  Ability to add T ION O RY EV NOL comments to source E VO code lines, reviewed CH OL LU TE file, review in general TIO  Track reviews status N and statistics COMPANY  Reviews SearchEVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 30
    • 31. Benefits for Test Team  Test Assignment creation: − Assigning test cases that need to be performed − Assigning defects for validation  Testing reports  Ability to: IND − create a wiki-page with test plan description and link it to test cases US UT GY T − ION O RY access requirements quickly EV NOL E VO − CH access the centralized document storage and version control repository OL LU TE − TIO view the current build status N − access defect statistics COMPANY  Ability to link defects to other project entities EVOLUTION  Ability to control requirements coverage by test casesJanuary 9, 2013 31
    • 32. Test Management  Test cases creation  Control of test assignments implementation  Linking defects to requirements, tasks, and test cases  Test cases results report IND US UT GY  Statistics reports on testing T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 32
    • 33. Test Manager Workplace  Ability to analyze and predict release quality  Information on testing progress, test case creation, defect statistics is available to Test Manager in a convenient form IND  More than 20 metric US UT GY reports on testing T ION O RY EV NOL  Ability to export reports to E VO CH OL Excel, PDF, charts to LU TE graphics format TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 33
    • 34. Test Manager Workplace Sample Test Reports IND US UT GY T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 34
    • 35. Test Manager Workplace Sample Test Assignment Reports IND US UT GY T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 35
    • 36. Communication Management  Project news line  Project correspondence storage IND US UT GY T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 36
    • 37. Files Sharing Non-version File Storage  Possibility to share files within project team: – upload files – view files – manage files and folders IND US UT GY T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 37
    • 38. Time Tracking  Time spent on each project activity  Different time tracking reports IND US UT GY T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 38
    • 39. Time Tracking SLA Support Report  Capability to view the work time the issues spend in each of their statuses within the specified period  Capability to see bottlenecks in the IND lifecycle of issues and US UT GY stick to the SLA terms T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 39
    • 40. Business Processes Visualization  Ability to run an eye over a process workflow  Visualization of workflow transitions of a certain issue  Visualization of the latest changes history IND US UT GY T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 40
    • 41. Global Search  Search through all components and modules of system  Filter for detailed search by date, user, project etc. IND US UT GY T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 41
    • 42. System Administration Console  Manage project roles and team members  Manage security  Manage attributes, etc.  Manage IND components US UT GY T ION (SVN, Cruise O RY EV NOL Control, etc.) E VO CH OL  Project LU TE TIO configuration N export COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 42
    • 43. Localization Capabilities  Bilingual menu system – Русский – English  Availability of English and Russian project templates  Ability to select GUI IND US language for each user UT GY T ION O RY  User and Administrator EV NOL E documentation in VO CH OL LU Russian and English TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 43
    • 44. Agile Project Template  Task management – Product backlog – Iteration backlog – Personal backlog  Release and build management IND  Defect management; US UT GY  Communication T ION O RY EV NOL management (Scrum E VO and retrospective CH OL LU TE meetings); TIO  Configuration N management COMPANY  Project Status Charts EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 44
    • 45. Agile Project Template Additional tools - GreenHopper  GreenHopper is a plugin for Jira that allows to manage Agile projects – Backlog management – Sprint and release planning IND – Whiteboard US UT GY metaphora T ION O RY EV NOL – Easy work with cards E VO of Jira entities CH OL LU TE – Editing entities within TIO their cards as well as N editing entities in bulk COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 45
    • 46. Agile Project Template GreenHopper Task Board  Task Board displays tasks according to their statuses in a convenient form: – Cards – List – Minimized cards, as a full list of tasks IND – Color indication US UT GY T – Flexible filters ION O RY EV NOL E  It is possible to combine VO CH OL saved filters with custom LU TE TIO criteria to display only the N needed issues  It is possible to drag-and- COMPANY EVOLUTION drop cards from column to column in order to change task status  Kanban SupportJanuary 9, 2013 46
    • 47. Agile Project Template GreenHopper Burndown chart  Burndown chart shows current dynamics of tasks implementation and allows to predict the time when activities will be finished IND US UT GY T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 47
    • 48. Agile Project Template GreenHopper Cumulative Flow chart  Cumulative Flow chart allows to track cumulative change of work in progress by statuses and can be useful for identifying bottlenecks. IND US UT GY T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 48
    • 49. Project Knowledge Base  News  Tag cloud  Quick Search  Ability to import Word documents to wiki-pages  Voting ability (with capability IND to view the voters list, their US UT GY votes being anonymous ) T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL  Useful capabilities LU TE TIO – Confluence-SharePoint search N is a great example of LUXproject integration with COMPANY other knowledge management systems EVOLUTION – Confluence Watch list helps Confluence administrators manage a list of watchers on any wiki-page of the knowledge baseJanuary 9, 2013 49
    • 50. Project Knowledge Base Labels Groups Plugin  Possibility to organize labels into groups  Capability to use the predefined list of labels groups (page passport) to quickly label your WIKI content IND  Capability to use page US UT GY passport to search Wiki T ION O RY EV NOL pages by labels E VO CH OL  Capability to search Wiki LU TE pages by attachments TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 50
    • 51. Project Knowledge Base Labels Groups Plugin. Navigation Macros  Possibility to predefine search by particular label AND label group IND US UT GY T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTION Possibility to use navigation table to quickly search by predefined label AND label groupJanuary 9, 2013 51
    • 52. Help Desk Project Template  Requests creation  Log of request statuses  Graphic representation of request resolution statistics  Report on efforts spent on requests implementation IND  Knowledge base for each US UT GY project T ION O RY EV NOL  Ability to link requests to EVO activities of other projects CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 52
    • 53. Benefits Summary  Atlassian components used in LUXproject enjoy world-wide recognition due to diverse functional, supportability, scalability and reliability at a relatively modest price per user  The LUXproject platform integrates all components into one environment, which increases capabilities of the components, and provides missing functions: – Common interface and single sign on to all System components – Flexible security policies customized for each project member – Additional functional for risk management, test management, release management, requirements IND management US UT GY – T Extended capabilities for reports creation as well as ready-made reports ION O RY EV NOL – Quick search of the needed information in all System components EVO CH OL – Localization capabilities LU TE TIO – Ability to group projects into programs and monitor their statuses N – High level of data security  Unique project templates developed on the basis of the best Luxoft practices and COMPANY methodologiesEVOLUTION  Extended capabilities of System customization in compliance with unique Customer processes  Continuous System development and ability to add specific functions upon request  Diverse functional at a modest priceJanuary 9, 2013 53
    • 54. LUXproject Implementation Models LUXproject basic implementation is recommended when:  The Customer wants to use the best practices and processes of the Luxoft company and chooses one or several standard project templates: – Standard – Agile – HelpDesk IND US UT GY  The Customer does not have similar systems that must be integrated and/or a system to migrate T ION O RY EV NOL data from. E VO CH OL LU TE TIO LUXproject enhanced implementation with future System customization in compliance N with Customer’s specifics and/or data migration: COMPANY  The Customer considers his software development process to be mature and/or unique and EVOLUTION wants the existing template to be customized or a new project template to be developed.  The Customer has a different tracking system (for example, JIRA, ClearQuest, Bugzilla) and wants to save the historical data.January 9, 2013 54
    • 55. Server Requirements for LUXproject Installation  System requirements (up to 100 users) – CPU 1 x Dual Core XEON from 2.33GHz (server edition with х64 support) – RAM 4 GB FBD 667MHz Memory – ROM 100GB, SAS/SCSI, 15.000/10.000 rpm Hard Drive (2 in RAID1) – RAID Controller (RAID 1) – NIC 1x Gb NIC – Drive 8X DVD Drive  System requirements (up to 500 users) IND – CPU 1 x Quad Core XEON from 2.33GHz (server edition with х64 support) US UT GY T – ION O RAM 8 GB FBD 667MHz Memory RY EV NOL – E ROM 160GB, SAS/SCSI, 15.000/10.000 rpm Hard Drive (2 in RAID1) VO CH OL – RAID Controller (RAID 1) LU TE TIO – NIC 1x Gb NIC N – Drive 8X DVD Drive  Operation system requirements COMPANY – Linux Fedora core 15 64bit EVOLUTION – CentOS  Data base requirements – MySQL 5  Current configuration of the LUXproject production server in Luxoft – CPU 4x Phenom™ II 955, Memory 8GB, 2x200Gb HDD Raid1January 9, 2013 55
    • 56. Thanks ! Contacts: IND US UT GY LUXproject@luxoft.com T ION O RY EV NOL E VO CH OL LU TE TIO N COMPANY EVOLUTIONJanuary 9, 2013 56

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