The world is really rich and the possibilities are mostly endless. By having an open mind we can observe what others have already done and leverage that knowledge. So, we should take a look at some of the concepts proposed by other methods, frameworks, philosophies, and approaches. Let us think about how we can use them in our Scrum environments.
Site Reliability Engineering started within Google in approximately 2003. The publication “Site Reliability Engineering: How Google Runs Production Systems” went into print in 2016.
Amongst others, one of Site Reliability Engineering principles is ‘Service Level Objectives’ (SLO). In short, you can view them as a form of internal Service Level Agreement (SLA) on how your systems perform when it comes to reliability in a given period of time. …
A fancy-pancy controversial intro by none other than the author himself!
Just before I’ll dig a bit deeper into the topic I’d like to pose a multiple-choice question:
What is Scrum*?
A. — a process?
B. — a process framework?
C. — a framework?
D. — oh baby, don’t hurt me? (Haddaway reference intended)
E. — a 1mln+ $ training & consulting business?
F. — a religion?
G. — a professional and cultural movement?
see Appendix 1 for potential hints
Now, cheesy jokes aside, let’s dig deeper into scientific research which strives to be neutral and is open for constructive criticism from fellow scientific peers. …