Agile Approach to Develop Data Lake Based Systems

Wiesława Gryncewicz , Monika Sitarska-Buba , Ryszard Zygała


The chapter presents the incremental approach and agile principles as the alternative methodology for developing an analytical system in light data lake environment. The evaluation of the proposed LDL system building procedure was carried out in a case study in the European restaurant operating in several European countries. The obtained models of data analysis performed in sprints are reliable and the whole approach is very effective. In addition, this approach gives companies great flexibility as they can develop each dimension of the system independently and with varying degrees of intensity, according to the needs and financial resources
Author Wiesława Gryncewicz (BM / DISD)
Wiesława Gryncewicz,,
- Department of Information Systems
, Monika Sitarska-Buba (BM / DISD)
Monika Sitarska-Buba,,
- Department of Information Systems
, Ryszard Zygała (BM / DISD)
Ryszard Zygała,,
- Department of Information Systems
Publication size in sheets0.75
Book Hernes Marcin, Rot Artur, Jelonek Dorota: Towards Industry 4.0 — Current Challenges in Information Systems, Studies in Computational Intelligence, no. 887, 2020, Springer, ISBN 9783030404161, [9783030404178], 266 p., DOI:10.1007/978-3-030-40417-8
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Keywords in EnglishAgile Approach, Analytical System, Data Lake, Light Data Lake Architecture
Languageen angielski
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UwagaThe project is financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland under the programme “Regional Initiative of Excellence” 2019–2022 project number 015/RID/2018/19 total funding amount 10,721,040.00 PLN.
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