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Agile Data Integration Maximizes Business Value In The Era Of Big Data

Adopting Agile may require a cultural shift and in the beginning can be disruptive to an organization.  However, as I mentioned in Part 1 of this blog series, Agile Data Integration holds the promise to increase chances of success, deliver projects faster, and reduce defects.  Applying Lean principles within your organization can help ease the transition to Agile Data IntegrationLean is a set of principles first explored in the context of data integration by John Schmidt and David Lyle in their book on Lean Integration.  First and foremost Lean recommends an organization focus on eliminating waste and optimizing the data integration process from the customers’ perspective.  Agile Data Integration maximizes the business value of projects (e.g. Agile BI, Data Warehousing, Big Data Analytics, Data Migration, etc.) because you can get it right the first time by delivering exactly what the business needs when they need it.  Break big projects into smaller more manageable deliverables so that you can incrementally deliver value to the business.  Agile Data Integration also recommends the following: (more…)

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