Introducing an Agile Method for Enterprise Mash-Up Component Development

Wolfgang Ketter, Marko Banjanin, Rob Guikers, Alfred Kayser
<span title="">2009</span> <i title="IEEE"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="" style="color: black;">2009 IEEE Conference on Commerce and Enterprise Computing</a> </i> &nbsp;
The introduction of an enterprise mash-up (EMU) development in an organization requires special consideration to balance the agile aspects with the control of a defined approach. In this article a new agile method for EMU component development is presented and defined, as a result of the cooperation between Erasmus University and Jibes B.V. This article describes the approach taken, the held survey and case study, and the resulting method Mash|Match. The Mash|Match method is a combination of
more &raquo; ... ects of four different agile methods: XP, DSDM, PP, and FDD. Mash|Match can be seen as new rising agile guideline upon which enterprises can effectively manage their business processes. Based on this result, Erasmus University and Jibes will further develop this method, by applying the results in practice and by further academic research. Enterprise mash-ups A mash-up application can be characterized as a lightweight and tactical presentation layer that uses the Web platform -Web-Oriented Architecture (WOA) [2] -in order to integrate multi-sourced applications into one web-based offering. An enterprise mash-up (EMU) application is a mash-up application used to solve a specific real business problem with more emphasis placed on the tactical and strategic relevance, opportunistic, dynamic, and user-driven application development [3] . EMUs require enterprises to reconfigure their IT departments by placing emphasis on building scalable and reusable environment of mash-up components. Only then can EMUs be recognized as a corporate asset [4] . EMU application development can be performed by the end users, like normal mash-ups, but in this paper we focus on information specialists using this technology. Mash-up technology used in this way allows a very quickly develop of situational information applications combining existing information feeds, widgets, and services.
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