Developers can manage backlogs, tasks, dependencies, define test cases and collaborate with multiple cross-functional, distributed Agile teams.
Testers can design, plan and execute tests and track the test progress at release and iteration levels.
DevOps Engineers can configure and manage the CI/CD pipeline, track deployment progress, and identify failure points in order to take corrective action.
Product Managers/Product Owners can define vision, manage backlogs, and inspect/evaluate product progress through each iteration and release to meet objectives.
Portfolio Managers can make investment decisions regarding initiatives, have complete visibility into multiple products and roadmaps, and have the ability to scale Agile across the enterprise with Jile.
A Developer owns the code and is responsible for delivering a working, good quality software in a defined time-box. They interact with other team members and the Product Owner to implement user stories and validate them against the acceptance criteria and thereby, commit to release and iteration goals.
The development team that forms the core of Agile Development is empowered to self-organize and manage its work.
A Tester is part of the development team and is responsible for the quality of the software delivered. Testers usually perform functional and non-functional testing through manual or automated testing techniques to ensure defect-free deliverable.
With the onset of Agile practices in development and delivery, testing has become a continuous activity, determining the quality of every iteration and release.
As a single Agile DevOps platform, Jile includes Agile development and delivery features as well as Test Management capabilities. Agile test management includes 'Built-In Quality' by enabling the management of all testing activities, namely, test design, planning, execution and tracking in a continuous fashion.Learn More
There is also a Jile Marketplace that provides more than 16 different out-of-the-box plug-ins to popular 3rd-party build, test and deployment tools that add functionality to Jile, such as automated testing, and help build a DevOps pipeline.Learn More
A DevOps Engineer can be a release manager, software automation expert, or a DevOps evangelist. DevOps Engineers interact with the developers, testers, system admins, and other key IT members to oversee and ensure the code releases are on time, without any roadblocks. They are driven by the passion for scripting with the additional expertise of integrating DevOps tools to orchestrate and automate the CI/CD pipeline.
The Jile Marketplace provides more than 16 different out-of-the-box plug-ins to popular 3rd-party build, test and deployment tools that add functionality to Jile and help build a DevOps pipeline for complete software delivery value stream visibility. Learn More
A Product Manager/Product Owner owns the Vision, Roadmap and Product Backlog. Additional responsibilities include interfacing with customers, researching the market to identify business needs, and working with the team to articulate and clarify the backlog items.
In large enterprises, where a single person may not be able to handle both customer interfaces as well as the team interfaces, different individuals may do these roles.
A Portfolio Manager owns multiple products or value streams under a business domain. Portfolio Managers align portfolio strategy to business objectives, maintain the vision, track progress of initiatives across products, and therefore, can make informed decisions on future investments of those initiatives.