The possibilities of using agile software development for data warehouses implementations

Jacek Maślankowski

Abstract


Although the complexity of information systems has increased, a tendency to simplify procedures of their implementation can be observed. Therefore there is a need of using agile software development methods. The article shows the analysis of using agile methods for data warehousing implementations regarding changes of user requirements.

Keywords


data warehouses; implementation methods; agile software development

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21936/si2014_v35.n2.686