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PRINCE2 Principles

The purpose of PRINCE2 is to provide a project management method that can be applied regardless of project scale, type, organization, geography or culture. This is possible because PRINCE2 is principles-based. You can think of Principles as a framework for good...

ITIL General Management Practices

In ITIL, management practices are defined as “set of organizational resources designed for performing work or accomplishing an objective.”. These Management practices are the core or main component of Service Value System (SVS). In the Earlier ITIL versions the...

2020 taught us to be Agile

Most of us wanted 2020 to go away as soon as possible. 2020 will be remembered as an year of catastrophe. We all got affected in some way or the others. Some of us lost our friends, neighbors, family members, acquaintances… Someone whom we knew was...

Myth about Scrum only being useful for small projects

It is a common mis-conception that Scrum is only useful for small projects. The real fact is that Scrum is used for solving complex problems. Complex problem is a problem where there are “unknowns” about requirements or the solution. For solving complex problems, the...

DevOps End of Service / Product Life

Agile Teams use DevOps to implement Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery which helps them to launch their products at a faster rate into the market. The main reason DevOps is adopted are Predictability, Maintainability, Time to market, Quality Improvement...

Scrum Guide 2020 – What’s New?

Excitement is in air. The new scrum guide is out. Like always there is a great curiosity among agile enthusiasts to see how the guide to scrum is evolving. This article attempts to capture this very aspect. Here, in this article I have articulated my understanding and...

Configuration Management in DevOps

Configuration management is all about trying to ensure that the files and software you are expecting to be on a machine are present, configured correctly, and working as intended. When you have only a single machine this is fairly simple. When you have five or ten...