A movement of the Team’s Deliverable Results from the development environment to some other environment, for some other reason than development. Examples include alpha releases, beta releases, go-live releases, releases to a test lab, and so on. Actually Releasing something is not a part of Scrum; releasing product must be accomplished by doing Stories – there is no ‘release’ ceremony in Scrum.
After completing the last bit of work on our product, we were able to Release our new software at the end of the Sprint.
They say Google does 20,000 Releases a day; they release their Code into production as part of their Development Process.
Cite This Term
"Release." ScrumDictionary.com. AccessedOct 25, 2020.https://scrumdictionary.com/term/release/.