All posts by : Inbar Oren
Hello Everyone, As we developed the SAFe DevOps class with SAFe contributor Marc Rix, we had a lot of conversations about the skills Agile teams and Agile Release Trains need in order to improve the flow of value through the Continuous Delivery Pipeline. As a result, we enhanced the guidance in all four dimensions of the pipeline (Continuous Exploration, Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment and Release on Demand), but none more so than Continuous Deployment. As the course is now released, we.
Hello Everyone, I’d like to talk to you today about how we can help you assess the health of your DevOps’s implementation. DevOps and the ability to Release on Demand is critical in today’s environment. But embracing DevOps and building a Continuous Delivery Pipeline is a significant journey for most enterprises. How do we know how well we are doing, where we are on this journey, and what the next step toward improvement should be? In.
Last June, we released SAFe Version 4.5 of SAFe, bringing DevOps and Continuous Delivery to the forefront. It is our firm belief that in order to accelerate time-to-market, DevOps and Continuous Delivery must be a core competency of every Agile Release Train (ART). Now, with the release of the new two-day course SAFe DevOps with SAFe DevOps Practitioner (SDP) certification, we have the right training to support this mission. This course combines DevOps with the power of.
Hello everyone, Those of us involved in courseware development at Scaled Agile strive to keep learning more about how to teach and convey the key concepts of the Framework. This is an important aspect of how we apply the spirit of continuous learning. Feedback from the community is critical to that effort and we’re excited to announce updates to the Leading SAFe® and Implementing SAFe® courses based on our learnings and input we’ve received since introducing.
Hello everyone, You may have read Dean’s recent blog post about the expansion of our thought leadership capabilities to keep advancing the Scaled Agile Framework and associated courseware. As SAFe Methodologists, we – Richard and Inbar – feel privileged to not only be working with such a great team of experts but also for our opportunities to engage with many other influential thought leaders. For example, at the October SAFe Summit in San Antonio we.
Earlier this year we spiked a concept called Essential SAFe, a set of minimal practices without which SAFe might no longer be ‘safe’. Essential SAFe serves as an assessment point, but it can also act as an easy entry point for organizations that aren’t ready for full-on SAFe, but want to start practicing and getting the benefits as soon as possible. Over the last several months we’ve been busy gathering feedback on the idea, including hosting a dedicated.
As we all know, Scrum Masters are critical players in the SAFe Lean-Agile enterprise. They can make all the difference when it comes to an effective SAFe implementation. Indeed, the role of the Scrum Master in the SAFe enterprise is larger than with traditional Scrum, as a deep knowledge of SAFe is essential when it comes to producing optimal results for the business. To this end, we are releasing SAFe® 4.0 Scrum Master, complete with SAFe.
Hi All, Introducing SAFe to people that are unfamiliar with it can sometimes seem like a daunting task. People build really big systems with SAFe, so SAFe is not a trivial framework. As part of our efforts to make SAFe more accessible (for one such example, see the blog post on Essential SAFe), we’ve just released a short, informal five-minute video, which gives a brief overview of SAFe and how it works. You can find it here. SPCs have.