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TeamForge® Integration with VersionOne


By integrating TeamForge with VersionOne, enterprises can create complete transparency and traceability for each work-item in the development and delivery lifecycle. Development teams using VersionOne can then leverage the integrated work environment for application lifecycle management along with TeamForge.

This integration helps teams deliver high-quality products to customers at a faster pace.

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Integration overview

In an Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) ecosystem, the choice of systems and the collaboration between the cross-functional teams play a significant role. While tool choices impact the productivity of a team, the cross-functional collaboration helps the teams get complete context of the business requirements.

Best-of-breed systems such as TeamForge and VersionOne bring a rich feature set to the ecosystem. By integrating TeamForge and VersionOne, enterprises can seamlessly manage product development at a faster pace.

How TeamForge – VersionOne integration is beneficial for an enterprise

  • Simplifies administration and creates visibility for all teams across the development and delivery chain
  • With the product team having complete visibility into stories, any gap between the actual requirements and what is being developed can be immediately addressed
  • Accelerates the development and delivery cycle

How OpsHub Integration Manager integrates TeamForge and VersionOne

OpsHub Integration Manager integrates TeamForge and VersionOne bi-directionally. It ensures all data is available to each user, in that user’s preferred system—with full context—in real-time. All features created in VersionOne synchronize to TeamForge. The features can then be broken down into user stories with estimated effort, delivery timelines, and comments associated for further planning. The user stories along with all associated details synchronize to VersionOne. All teams involved in the application development and delivery process now have end-to-end insight into how the work is progressing.

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Use Case: TeamForge integration with VersionOne

Problem statement: Cross-functional teams in an enterprise are using different software development systems. Since they are working in silos, none of the teams have a complete picture of all the customer needs and the end goal they must achieve as an enterprise.

Solution: When TeamForge and VersionOne are integrated, cross-functional teams involved in the end-to-end application lifecycle have clear visibility into each other’s focus and tasks, and therefore, it becomes easier for them to collaborate.

  1. The product management team creates a feature in VersionOne. They enclose all customer e-mails as attachments for reference and add comments related to expected delivery timeline for the development team.
  2. The feature synchronizes to TeamForge. The development team creates releases and iterations under the planning folders. These details synchronize to VersionOne as iteration.
  3. The development team, at the start of the new iteration, breaks down the feature into multiple user stories – each with estimated effort hours and other contextual information.
  4. The user stories synchronize to VersionOne along with all these details.
  5. The product management team reviews the user stories definitions and adds comments. They also validate the effort hours estimated and spent.
  6. As the user stories are completed, the development team updates the status of the stories to ‘complete.’
  7. When all stories are completed, the status of feature in VersionOne also changes to ‘closed.’

Benefits of integration for TeamForge and VersionOne users

TeamForge users

  • Visibility into full the development plan along with estimated and actual effort hours
  • Seamless coordination on iteration start and end date
  • No manual efforts needed to track the development work

VersionOne users

  • Clear visibility into planning and customer input
  • Seamless coordination on iteration start and end date
  • No manual efforts needed to update each team in the development and delivery cycle individually

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