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An Agile Team is a cross-functional group of individuals who work together to deliver software products. Scrum teams are self-organizing, they are responsible for determining how best to achieve their goals.
Agile Team Roles
Agile Product Manager/Owner is responsible for leading the development of a product in an Agile environment. They are accountable for defining and communicating the product vision, strategy, and roadmap, and working with cross-functional teams to bring the product to market.
Agile Scrum Master facilitates and coaches a Scrum team to effectively deliver products using the Scrum framework. They are responsible for ensuring that the team adheres to Scrum principles and practices, and for creating a collaborative and productive work environment.
Release Train Engineer
Release Train Engineer (RTE) oversees the release process of a software development organization that practices Agile methodologies, such as Scaled Agile Framework. RTE is responsible for coordinating the efforts of multiple Agile teams to ensure that software products are delivered in a consistent and efficient manner.
DevOps Engineer is responsible for ensuring that software products are developed, tested, and delivered in a fast, reliable, and efficient manner. They work at the intersection of development and operations, using automation and collaboration to streamline processes and improve the speed and quality of software delivery.
Agile Coach helps organizations and teams adopt and improve their use of Agile methodologies, such as Scrum or Kanban. Agile Coaches work with individuals, teams, and organizations to support their transition to Agile and to continuously improve their Agile practices.
Agile Project Manager
Agile Project Manager is responsible for leading software development projects using Agile methodologies, such as Scrum or Kanban. Unlike traditional project managers, Agile Project Managers focus on collaboration, flexibility, and continuous improvement, and work closely with cross-functional teams to deliver software products in an iterative and incremental manner.