SDLC Scrum Process Pack plugin

The SDLC Scrum Process retains all functionality of the existing SDLC Scrum plugin and enhances it by adding a formal scrum process.

If you already have a customized version of SDLC Scrum plugin, you should evaluate the SDLC Scrum Process Pack plugin on a development instance where you have deleted your customizations.

The SDLC Scrum Process Pack uses these tables to manage the scrum process, represent releases, and represent product backlog items to be included in a sprint.

Table 1. SDLC Scrum Process Pack Tables
Table Name Definition
Application Model [cmdb_application_product_model] Represents whole products whose releases are being managed.
Release Product [m2m_product_release] Represent all managed products
Scrum Release [rm_release_scrum] Represents all available releases. Each release contains a list of sprints with a time range for the stories in the sprints to be completed.
Sprint [rm_sprint] Stores sprints, which are the backlog items to be addressed during a given time period.
Team [scrum_pp_team] Represents who completes scrum tasks and stories during releases and sprints.
Epic [rm_epic] Represents related stories or requirements that you have not yet transformed into stories.
Theme [scrum_theme] Represents either a tangible product (such as a trading application) or an abstract goal (such as performance tuning).
Story [rm_story] Represents self-contained pieces of work that can be completed within a sprint.
Scrum task [rm_scrum_task] Represents a discrete amount of work for a story carried out during a sprint.
Defect [rm_defect] Represents a deviation from the expected behavior of a product.
Enhancement [rm_enhancement] Represents an improvement to an existing product.
Figure 1. SDLC Scrum Process Pack Tables