Planning and Releasing Software with JIRA

Planning and Releasing Software with JIRA
Planning and Releasing Software with JIRA
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 04m | 150 MB

Jira has several powerful features for release management, including agile release cycles. This course explains how to plan and release software in a scrum development environment using a base Jira project and some useful plugins and add-ons. It also shows how to use principles of continuous integration, delivery, and deployment to guide the release management strategy at your company. Instructor Robert Anthony shows how to create boards and reports for sprints, use Portfolio for Jira to manage multiple software projects and cross-project dependencies, and manage code repositories with Bitbucket, which integrates with version control systems like Git and Mercurial. Challenges videos at the end of each chapter allow you to practice your newfound Jira skills.

Topics include:

  • Creating new Jira boards
  • Creating cross-project release plans in Portfolio
  • Managing Portfolio dependencies
  • Configuring Bitbucket for code management and version control
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Welcome
2 What you should know before watching this course
3 Getting started

Boards
4 Intro to Boards
5 Sprints and story points
6 Releases
7 Reporting
8 Challenge - Create a new Scrum board and release, and assign some issues to it
9 Solution - Create a new Scrum board and release, and assign some issues to it

Portfolio
10 Intro to Portfolio
11 Creating your plans in Portfolio
12 Portfolio dependencies and cross-project releases
13 Challenge - Create a new portfolio plan with a cross-project release
14 Solution - Create a new portfolio plan with a cross-project release

Bitbucket
15 Intro to Bitbucket
16 Configuring Bitbucket
17 Advanced workflows
18 Challenge - Create a release management workflow using the branch created trigger
19 Solution - Create a release management workflow using the branch created trigger

Conclusion
20 Next steps