Release Burnup Chart

By admin, August 10, 2014

One of the most common forms of tracking progress to a particular date, the release burnup tracks the total number of points for a MVP or release, how that scope changes over time, how the team is delivering over time and whether the team is likely to deliver all the scope by a particular date given their current throughput rate.

The top line shows the scope in story points.

The purple bars show the actual velocity.

The blue bars show the predicted velocity.

The purple line shows the cumulated actual velocity and then the predicted cumulative velocity.

Where the scope and the predicted cumulative velocity crosses over is the current predicted delivery date of the release or MVP.

Submitted by: @AgileRenee

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