Explore system performance in a pass/fail scope.
- [Instructor] In this section we're covering…engineering for performance.…The challenge for a program manager is performance…is the ultimate unbounded problem.…So it's up to you as a program manager…to bound that problem by determining…what is acceptable performance.…How do you measure that performance?…And how much can you spend?…Spending manifests itself in two manners.…First is how much project money can you spend…and second is how much systems money can you spend…in terms of the hardware to run your solution.…
And let's always keep in mind what happens…after the release.…After your system goes out into the world things change.…Network traffic increases, server traffic increases,…number of users increase.…Size of the data increases.…So it's always important to keep in mind what happens…after the release and things change.…This will help you bound your problem.…So there's a number of levers that can pull…to bound the problem.…The first is establishing project bounds.…When you're holding the pen and writing the plan…
- Hard skills and soft skills needed for program management
- Reporting and managing risk
- Phases of program management
- Understanding customers
- Running effective team meetings
- Working with partners
- Engineering, architecture, design, and code reviews
- Managing delivery and release
- Competitive analysis
- Measuring results
Skill Level Intermediate
Make IT Work in Your Businesswith Scott M Burrell1h 43m Intermediate
Cert Prep: SNCP Foundations (S10-110)with Hubbert Smith2h 21m Intermediate
1. Career in Program Management
Reporting and managing risk3m 46s
2. Concept Development: Project Phase 0
3. Plan and Scope: Project Phase 1
4. Development and Execution: Project Phase 2
5. Delivery and Release: Project Phase 3
6. Operate: Project Phase 4
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