Agile Software Development with HP Agile Manager
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Agile development practices have been widely adopted in a variety of organizations, yet only a few tools are available to help make the practical process of managing agile teams less painful and more successful. HP Agile Manager is a purpose-built SaaS-based agile planning tool that provides a simpler, smarter way to manage collaborative development. Agile Manager can work for small startups and midsize teams and can scale up for bigger organizations as a cost-effective and flexible tool to apply agile techniques to improve your software development process.
This book combines agile software development practices with HP’s Agile Manager tool, when used as a SaaS product or an on-premise solution, and will explain how to master key functionalities of Agile Manager. It teaches you how to build and plan releases, create a product’s backlog, and manage day-to-day R&D activity such as addressing user stories and defects and reviewing the team activity with the help of informative dashboards. While this book is not designed to teach agile software development per se, it starts out with a chapter that covers agile software development practices and specifically focuses on the Scrum agile methodology and its related concepts.
Who This Book Is For
This book assumes no previous knowledge of agile tools, or agile in general, so developers, quality engineers, development team leaders, and other stakeholders in an R&D team will find this book serves them well in learning and applying agile methodologies in their teams and in successfully building and adopting an agile development framework in their software projects. This book will also be of great help for teams already using an agile framework who want to further improve on their delivery with a more flexible agile tool such as Agile Manager.
Young team leaders and engineering managers will especially benefit from this book by learning and understanding how to adopt Scrum agile processes for successfully delivering results in their teams.