We have with us Jira, and some plugins, like Bamboo, greenhopper, crucible (fisheye), Tempo, icTime, logwork. We have been using it for a while.
We are also in the process of achieving CMMI Level 2. We wanted to know, how best can we utilze Jira for CMMI artifacts. I searched, for some white paper or some links which could give us some insight to this topic.
Could anyone share some guidelines in this regards.
The Level 2 process areas are, Requirement Management, Project planning , Project monitoring and control, Configuration management, measurement and analysis, process & Product quality, Supplier aggreement & Management.
Like for instance, how do we mange change management in Jira, How to address measurement and analysis specific practices and goals
I'm not a CMMi expert but I've worked in companies which implement it. First I'd like to underline a worldwide trend to shift from CMMi to Agile methodologies; For example two of the major IT service companies in France don't invest in CMMi anymore since 2 years. I understand this is not the answer you're looking for.
For that reason, you probably won't find comprehensive guides on how to implement CMMi in JIRA/Confluence/Stash. Those products easily allow full traceability from requirements to delivery: Write requirements in Confluence, plan iterations with JIRA Agile, manage change with JIRA, trace the source code in Stash, ensure repeatable quality with Bamboo builds... Upstream planning activities (with massive concepts such as capability planning, program and portfolio management) are less covered. Process management is rather considered as overwhelming paperwork and Confluence's "Retrospectives" activities only cover parts of this concept.
In any case we hope you can post feedback after you implement your solution.
Hi Prasanna, I am sure JIRA has loads of features that can be explored for being compliance to multiple best practices of CMMI. I have an enough experience in working with CMMI from Level 2 to 5. Please let me know what exactly is your problem statement so that I can help you and help myself as well. Please reach me at email@example.com My linked In profile is https://in.linkedin.com/in/vsantosh4u
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