This module introduces the concept of two value streams moving at different speeds: the physical and the digital value streams for automotive. It also provides a discussion of constrains (e.g. functional safety) and prerequisites (e.g. vehicle abstraction). A deep dive on two speed development and DevOps for the digital value stream is provided. Finally, the perspective of platforms for Value Stream Management is discussed.
Mapping to SdV 101 Framework
The following figure is mapping this module to the SdV 101 Framework.
Why is Value Stream Management so important to implement the SdV? And what does it have to do with sushi and bento boxes? Find out more in this lesson.
Value Streams in today`s software world
This lesson is looking at value streams in today`s software world and how they relate to the Software-defined Vehicle.
The following video is looking at the different stages of the SdV development value cycle in more detail, including value capture, mapping, creation & delivery of value, operation, and analysis and optimization.
Why is automotive software different?
This lesson is addressing key differences between traditional software development and software development in the world of automotive, including a short discussion on functional safety.
Automotive features: The product manager`s per perspective
This session is looking at the product manager`s per perspective, and how the product manager can best utilize value stream management to implement new features utilizing SdV.
What does this mean for VSM + SdV?
This lesson is doing a deep dive on the relationship between Value Stream Management and the Software-defined Vehicle.
Two speed delivery model
In the upcoming video, Sebastian Werner, Head of Automotive Software at Kearney & BinaryCore discusses the need of different development speeds in software development. He elaborates on the difference between those two and How to keep them synchronized during development cycles. Coming soon, Stay tuned.
Digital value stream: CI/CD DevOps
Sebastian Werner, Head of Automotive Software at Kearney & BinaryCore takes a deep dive on CI/CD DevOps tool chain best practices. He answers "Why is CI/CD so new to the embedded world ?". He highlights the success factors of an agile organization in automotive. He explains why integration is key & how do you setup the fast paced pipeline?. Coming soon, Stay tuned.
Aligning the two value streams
In the upcoming video, Sebastian Werner, Head of Automotive Software at Kearney & BinaryCore discusses talks about Aligning the digital & physical value streams. He elaborates How these two worlds are connected in the tool landscape and the main principles for tool selection. He elaborates How this translate into real development. Coming soon, Stay tuned.
The VSM Platform Perspective
In the following interview, Dominik Rose – VP Product Management & Platform Strategy - is looking at Value Steam Management from the point of view of the IT DevOps and VSM platform perspective.