Development teams focus on achieving small defined objectives quickely and then move to the next objective.
Every team has members from different areas of experties for creating a project plan.
Are you releases small and itrative to existing product features?
Is your development and release cycle based on feature updates?
Change Management: Do you need to seek approval before changing any part of the project plan?
How is your team composition
Applications are divided into large components, with one team responsible for building the component.
Planning and Execution: If a new feature request comes in the middle of the delivery cycle what does your team do?
Design and planning are done upfront and then handed over to teams for execution. Managers handle the communication between various teams.
Are your applications divided into components, communication with networking?
Is your system very big and tightly coupled? Changes in one component can break down something else.
Is your application divided into features, and each feature is broken down into deliverable chunks.
Do you have central logging or tracing in place, using which you can avoid connecting to each server and check for logs?
How do you monitor applications running in production
How the softwares ships from the development teams to running in the production environment.
How is your release cycle based on time duration to running things in production.
How does your engineers create and create new infrastructure, also how quickly it can be deployed.
Do you use containers in your organization including containers orchestration using Kubernetes.
Your production environment consist of which type of infracture
How do you provision infrastructure and manage upgrades/changes
What is your First Name ?
What is your Last Name ?
What is your Email ID?
In which company you work in ?
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