There's usually a review meeting at the end of each iteration, where the customer and the supplier get together to inspect the output, and adapt. A separate release review can exist at the end of each release, as long as there are multiple iterations inside each release. However, since a release is not more than the sum of a few iterations, the last iteration review practically works as a release review.
- SU: Starting up a Project Process
- IP: Initiating a Project Process
- SB: Managing a Stage Boundary Process
- CP: Closing a Project Process
- (DP): Directing a Project Process (note that not all activities in this process are shown in this diagram)
- The above image assumes that Scrum is used in the delivery level, which is not necessary.
- The number of stages, releases, and Sprints are just examples, as well as the exception in the third stage.
- The diagram is schematic and many details are not shown.