Using Agile Methodology for IT Infrastructure Projects

Wednesday, March 20 | 2:30PM–3:15PM ET | Room 552
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
Developers have successfully adopted agile methodology to break down projects into manageable components to increase deliverables and value while minimizing risks and costs. What about IT infrastructure projects? During this session, we will examine how characteristics of agile methodology such as scrum, iterative releases, agility, automation, inclusion, and transparency can lead to successful deployment of large complex IT infrastructure projects. We will present a brief overview of agile methodology along with similarities and differences between software development and infrastructure projects, as well as challenges and real-world examples of introducing agile to IT organizations.

Outcomes: Learn new ways to manage IT infrastructure projects, whether they are large complex deployments or daily system administrator activities Identity benefits of Agile Methodology over traditional waterfall Use Agile methodology as an inclusion and empowerment tool for your teams Increase team productivity, increased value for your services while minimizing risks

Presenters

  • Amanda Caton

    System Engineering Team Manager, Lehigh University
  • Jim Monek

    Director, Technology Infrastructure & Operations, Lehigh University

Resources & Downloads

  • NERCOMP Agile

    Updated on 2/27/2024
  • Using Agile Methodology for IT Infrastructure Projects

    Updated on 2/27/2024