A team has been delivering a steady stream of small value increments and has completed several solution components, with some still remaining. The solution owner examines the reactions to the delivered components from customers, and decides that the need has been met and the remaining potential components won’t deliver enough additional value to justify doing them.
The solution owner will: A . Request Strategy Horizon input about what action to take B . Accept the work is complete and cancel remaining work C . Fully document the working initiative D . Ask the team to come up with new, more valuable, solution components for the initiative
The team establishes ground rules for considering business analysis performance improvements. They agree that speed and accuracy of executing analysis activities becomes very important at the following horizon: A . Feedback horizon B . Strategy horizon C . Initiative horizon D . Delivery Horizon
Making decisions based on a realistic understanding of current organizational strengths, capabilities, and challenges, is represented in the agile analysis principle of: A . See the whole B . Individuals and interactions over process and tools C . Think as a customer D . Understand what is doable
Which two diskgroups will not suffer from any data loss throughout the patching process even if there is a single disk failure on one of the cells A . DBFS_DG B . DATA3_DBM1 C . DATA2_DBM1 D . DATA_DBM1 E . RECO_DBM1
HIGH redundancy provides protection against 2 simultaneous disk failures from 2 distinct storage servers or 2 entire storage servers. HIGH redundancy provides redundancy during Exadata storage server rolling upgrades.
Which two settings must be configured before enabling a Cisco UCS Manager domain for Cisco Intersight connectivity? (Choose two.) A . SMTP servers B . SMTP reply-to address C . NTP servers D . syslog redirection E . DNS servers
While quality checking the written user stories, the team ensures one of the components included in the attributes of a user story is: A . The explanation of the story’s cost B . The stakeholder responsible for testing C . The benefit or business value received by the user when the story is implemented D . The title describing the goal of the delivery cycle
During a team meeting, the team discuss a technique where real or perceived benefits to the customer, direct costs and opportunity costs are assessed.
Which technique are they discussing? A . Minimum Viable Product B . Impact Mapping C . Kano Analysis D . Value Modeling
Value Modelling models value creation for stakeholders who use the solution. Value Modelling is also referred to as Customer Value Model. Value Modelling follows a basic structure: Customer value = Benefits C Cost Benefits can be real (solves a problem or completes a job) or perceived (increases status, reputation, likability).
Two key components of assessing solution options at the Initiative Horizon include: A . Shared understanding of the need and a very broad description of solution options B . Shared understanding of the need and a description of the selected solution C . Shared understanding of the need and a detailed description of all potential solutions D . Shared understanding of the need and top three solution options
The team demonstrates they value customer collaboration over contract negotiation by: A . Constantly refining their understanding of the need based on stakeholder feedback B . Learning what works by trying things out C . Making people the center of the work D . Updating the backlog based on the solution created