Learning the basics of Nexus
In this section, you will learn how the Nexus Framework extends the original Scrum Framework to support multiple Scrum Teams that are working in collaboration to build large, complex, and integrated products. Will start with an introduction to the NIT.
Defining a Nexus
A Nexus consists of a Nexus Integration Team (NIT) and approximately three to nine Scrum Teams. If Nexus is needed, then there is one product and one product Increment. Each individual team within a Nexus does not produce their own product Increment. Since the Nexus is a collaborative development effort, the individual increments must be integrated and tested as a whole to ensure accomplishment of the Nexus goal.
The NIT is responsible for completing an Integrated Increment that meets the definition of "Done" within each Sprint. In that role, the NIT must help the team assess and eliminate impediments and cross-team dependencies that would complicate their work and reduce...