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Scrum is an iterative and incremental framework for project management mainly deployed in agile software development. The scrum methodology emphasizes functional software, the flexibility to change along with emerging business realities, communication and collaboration.
The three fundamental roles in scrum methodology are product owner, scrum master and team member:
Besides the main roles, scrum teams also involve stakeholders and managers. These players do not have any formal roles in the scrum and are involved in the process only infrequently. Their roles are often referred to as ancillary roles.
The major artifacts within the scrum methodology are: