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2012 Agile Conference
Agile Data Warehouse -- The Final Frontier: How a Data Warehouse Redevelopment Is Being Done in an Agile and Pragmatic Way
Dallas, TX USA
August 13-August 17
ISBN: 978-1-4673-2622-3
Although much progress has been made to plan and execute Software Development projects in an agile manner, Data Warehouse or Business Intelligence projects seem to still execute in a more traditional manner. Data Warehouse projects are quite different than Software Development projects and need a set of Agile practices that are distinctly their own. This paper is an account of Data Warehouse redevelopment project at a major Health Benefits provider and a walkthrough of the Agile Data Warehouse practices that were used; both successfully and unsuccessfully. The intent is to share the practices developed and used on the project so they can be evaluated and used by other projects.
Index Terms:
Data models,Databases,Data warehouses,Adaptation models,Software,Standards,Business,Data Model,Agile,Data Warehouse,Business Intelligence,Operational Data Store
Citation:
Terry S. Bunio, "Agile Data Warehouse -- The Final Frontier: How a Data Warehouse Redevelopment Is Being Done in an Agile and Pragmatic Way," adc, pp.156-164, 2012 Agile Conference, 2012
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