In this blog series, discover how the 2-week COBOL sprint is an Agile software development process that reduces timespan of the application development lifecycle into two-week iterations.
The digital economy’s increasing pace is forcing companies to innovate the tools and processes they use to develop and deliver software. This is feasible on the mainframe only by way of Agile and DevOps processes, such as the 2-week COBOL sprint, that support more efficient application development lifecycles. By breaking up the development of large chunks of application functionality into smaller features that can be developed in short amounts of time, mainframe shops can deliver minimum viable products much quicker to meet the immediate needs of their customers. This enables more frequent testing and leaves room for customers to provide feedback before an entire application or piece of software is developed.
If your organization seeks a way to improve the pace and efficiency at which it develops and delivers functionality to its customers, it’s worth considering how the 2-week COBOL sprint can help. Read the posts in this series to learn more about what this Agile process does and how it improves application development.