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Large-Scale Agile Frameworks

Agile Frameworks, Agile Infrastructure and Pragmatic Solutions for Digital Transformation

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  • © 2023

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  • Provides a hands-on presentation of the most successful large-scale frameworks, agile working methods and tools
  • Based on current scientific findings
  • With over 65 illustrations

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Table of contents (8 chapters)

  1. Digital Transformation with Large-Scale Agile Frameworks

  2. Agile Infrastructure

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About this book

The book Large-Scale Agile Frameworks provides practical solutions for cross-team and cross-functional prioritization of requirements and documentation for enterprises. It reflects the interplay of current technology trends such as cloud computing and organizational requirements for microservices. Organizations are increasingly required to align their IT strategy with customer needs for customer-centric and service-oriented products and services. 

The book analyzes the unique requirements of a differentiated software service offering and shows how agile principles are effective in addressing these issues. The book also highlights the importance of large-scale agile development and provides guidance to organizations on how to transform their structure towards agile prioritization. The book covers various appropriate models, methodologies, and agile tools and provides recommendations for cross-functional prioritization of requirements. It also considers the need for IT security and shows how it can be integrated into the overall agile development process.



Authors and Affiliations

  • Hamburg, Germany

    Sascha Block

About the author

Sascha Block is an IT architect and has several years of practical experience as an agile coach in digitization projects. As a business information scientist with a Master of Science in IT Management and Consulting from the University of Hamburg, the author combines his science-oriented approach with practical experience in agile IT projects to work on innovative and future-oriented solutions in a targeted manner.

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