Tables installed with Agile Development 2.0

Agile Development 2.0 adds the following two tables.
Table Description
Product Assignment Group

[m2m_product_group]

Stores relationship between products and groups.
Release Assignment Group

[m2m_release_group]

Stores relationship between releases and groups.
Agile Development 2.0 automatically activates Project Portfolio Suite if it is not already active. Hence, the following Agile Development tables are also installed as part of Project Portfolio Suite.
Table Description
Agile development tables
Application Model

[cmdb_application_product_model]

Represents whole product whose releases are being managed.
Release Product

[m2m_product_release]

Represents all managed products.
Story Dependencies

[m2m_story_dependencies]

Represents all related stories (prerequisite and dependent) to an existing story.
Scrum task

[rm_scrum_task]

Represents a discrete amount of work for a story carried out during a sprint.
Release team member

[scrum_pp_release_team_member]

Represents the list of users who are part of a release.
Sprint team member

[scrum_pp_sprint_team_member]

Represents the list of users who are part of a sprint.
Team

[scrum_pp_team]

Represents who completes scrum tasks and stories during releases and sprints.
Team name

[scrum_pp_team_name]

Represents the name of the scrum team.
Theme

[scrum_theme]

Represents either a tangible product (such as a trading application) or an abstract goal (such as performance tuning).
SDLC Scrum tables
Scrum release

[rm_release_scrum]

Represents individual versions (releases) of the product. Each release contains a list of sprints with a time range in which the stories in those sprints must be completed.
Sprint

[rm_sprint]

Stores sprints, which are the backlog items to be addressed together during a given time period.
Epic

[rm_epic]

Represents related stories or requirements that you have not yet transformed into stories.
Story

[rm_story]

Represents self-contained pieces of work that can be completed within a sprint.
Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) tables
Defect

[rm_defect]

Represents a deviation from the expected behavior of a product.
Documentation Task

[rm_doc]

Represents documentation tasks for the product.
Enhancement

[rm_enhancement]

Represents an improvement to an existing product.
SDLC release

[rm_release_sdlc]

Represents individual versions of the product.
Testing Task

[rm_test]

Represents testing tasks for the product.