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Kanboard - Kanban Project Management on Linux CentOS 7.9

Kanboard - Kanban Project Management on Linux CentOS 7.9

By: Tidal Media Inc Latest Version: 1.0.2
Linux/Unix
Linux/Unix

Product Overview

A Kanban board is a visual way to manage tasks and workflows, which utilizes an analog or digital board with columns and cards. The cards represent tasks, and the columns organize those tasks by their progress or current stage in development.

It was originally a scheduling system to execute just-in-time manufacturing. It was designed to improve efficiency by limiting supplies and resources to what was needed for the immediate task. Today, Kanban boards are used in nearly every industry, most notably software development.

Teams enjoy using this system due to its ease of use, visual interface and ability to instantly see what everyone is working on. It also provides visibility into task progress, and whether a specific task is holding up the project.

The benefits of Kanban are myriad. As mentioned, it offers a visual means to manage workflow. The Kanban board puts the whole process on one page or screen, so it's easy to see who is working on what and where that falls in the project cycle. A team effort can be focused solely on the task that is needed now so that work is done faster.

This image comes completely pre-configured and can be instantaneously deployed on AWS Marketplace.

Disclaimer: The respective trademarks mentioned in the offering are owned by the respective companies. We do not provide a commercial license for any of these products. Kanban is a complete and separate project from Tidal Media Inc.

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1.0.2

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Linux/Unix, CentOS Linux CentOS 7.9

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